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  • Bamboo Orchid Cottage Bed & Breakfast

    Located next to Volcanoes National Park, Bamboo Orchid Cottage Bed & Breakfast offers hidden-away Hawaii charm. Nestled among native rain forest in the little town of Volcano, the newly built craftsman-style home includes fireplaces, private bathrooms and touches such as fine linens and ... read more >>
  • Belle Vue Cottage & Suites

    With a plantation-estate look and green-pastureland Waimea setting, Belle Vue Waimea is classic Big Island upcountry style. Choose from spacious suites that include living rooms, kitchens, bathrooms, bedrooms and amenities such as TV and private patios. A stay also includes breakfast, a fruit ... read more >>
  • Belle Vue Kona Bed & Breakfast

    Set on an upland bluff overlooking historic Kealakekua Bay, Belle Vue Kona bed and breakfast offers classic Kona charm. Enjoy breathtaking ocean views from the lush, 5-acre coffee farm setting, only 20 minutes south of Kailua-Kona. Two guest suites each include a private entrance, living room, ... read more >>
  • Castle Halii Kai at Waikoloa

    An oceanfront setting and exclusive location are just two reasons to choose Halii Kai at Waikoloa. Tucked away from the crowds yet with full access to Waikoloa Beach Resort’s many amenities, Halii Kai offers luxurious villas with gourmet kitchens, living rooms, washer/dryers and air ... read more >>
  • Classic Resorts at Mauna Lani

    Luxuriate at one of the Kohala Coast’s finest properties: Classic Resorts at Mauna Lani. A tropical landscape spread across 3,200 acres, Mauna Lani offers a special experience with one- to three-bedroom vacation villas, townhomes and estates with up to four times the space of a hotel room. ... read more >>
  • Courtyard King Kamehameha’s Kona Beach Hotel

    A landmark hotel in Kona and now a Marriott property, Courtyard King Kamehameha’s Kona Beach Hotel offers a heart-of-town location, affordability and cultural prestige. The recent total renovation earned the hotel award recognition, and a brand-new restaurant now overlooks the bay. Guest ... read more >>
  • Da Log House

    Yes, it’s a real cedar-log home! The Native-Hawaiian owned Da Log House is located only 10 miles south of Hilo, not far from the slopes of Kilauea Volcano, and offers rustic charm as well as upscale luxuries. Two beautiful guest rooms each include a private bath and unique architectural ... read more >>
  • Dolphin Bay Hotel

    Want an alternative to big hotels? Try the charmingly simple, family owned Dolphin Bay Hotel, nestled near the heart of downtown Hilo. Four types of rooms are available, and each features a fully equipped kitchen, bath with shower, cable TV, ceiling fan, tasteful Island décor and free WiFi. ... read more >>
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