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Hawaiʻi Island’s resorts offer world-class amenities and ample opportunities for wellness and rejuvenation. Here you can indulge in some of the finest restaurants, spas and golf courses Hawaiʻi has to offer. In fact, the island of Hawaiʻi is often called the “Golf Capital of Hawaiʻi,” because of the renowned tracks found along the Kohala Coast. Many of these resorts also front some of island’s best beaches, including Hāpuna Beach adjacent to the The Westin Hāpuna and Kaunaʻoa Beach near the Mauna Kea Beach Hotel. And you’ll also find the perfect venue for your wedding or honeymoon on the immaculate grounds and ballrooms of Hawaiʻi Island’s resorts. Whether you want your visit to be full of sheer relaxation or high adventure, contact the resorts of Hawaiʻi Island to see how they can accommodate your vacation.
Note that if you're staying in Kona and you plan to visit Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park, consider staying in Hilo, Puna or the Volcano area for a night since a one-day round trip will not give you enough time to explore the park.
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Note: Apartments, condominiums and homes are eligible to operate as short-term rentals if they are located in areas zoned for such use and/or they have obtained the required authorization(s) from the State of Hawaiʻi and/or the relevant County. It is recommended that before booking a property, you confirm with the owner or manager that the property is operating in compliance with all applicable laws.