|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
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Experience luxury and relaxation in our lovely villa, complete with your own pool, spa, 3 master suites, gourmet kitchen, fabulous entertainment system, and Hawaiian lifestyle outdoor living space, in the private oceanfront estate community of Ke Kailani in the world-famous Mauna Lani Resort Area on the Kohala Coast, on the Big Island of Hawaii. Our paired villa boasts two master en-suites in the main villa with spectacular golf, ocean, mountain, and sunset views, and a stand-alone hale (casita) with a third master en-suite in a lush garden setting. You will have access to the oceanfront amenity, The Grotto, the best kept secret on the Kohala Coast. Besides the two oversized spas, there is a sand entry infinity pool that is perched next to an ancient Hawaiian lava fishermen's trail. Lush gardens, thatched palapa umbrellas, lounging furniture, 2 hales, a kitchen, 3 BBQs and so much more. You will think you are at the end of the earth, with just the blue Pacific in front of you, and the whales that make their grand presence known during the winter months. Check out the Ke Kailani website to see The Grotto, and the newly completed Hana Pono Park, Ke Kailani's other amenities center that is a fitness buff's dream with state-of-the-art Life Fitness equipment, an outdoor yoga lanai looking over a tranquil pond, free weights, tropical pool, spa, outdoor shower, and BBQ. Also, you will have access to the private Mauna Lani Beach Club, a lovely white sand crescent beach with restaurant, bar, cabanas, and a beach shack to rent aquatic sports gear.
*Hawaii State GE Tax License: W27390742-01
Our beautiful villa is nestled within the prestigious Mauna Lani Resort Area, the perfect destination to base a relaxing Hawaiian holiday, or to launch your island adventures and explorations. With your stay at the villa, you will have access to the private Mauna Lani Beach Club, located on an exquisite crescent-shaped, white sand beach. You will have access to gated parking, cabanas, and lounge chairs. There is a beach shack for rental of aquatic equipment, including paddle boards, kayaks, snorkeling gear, and snorkel embedded boogie boards for easy viewing of the colorful reef fish. Na Pua restaurant is on the tropical grounds of the beach club and presents picture postcard views of the beach and of the adjoining ancient royal Hawaiian fishponds. The Mauna Lani Resort Area has world-class golf, dining, shopping (The Shops At Mauna Lani), and spas. (Try an outdoor couples massage at the Mauna Lani Spa!) Venture upcountry to Waimea (Kamuela), in the heart of Parker Ranch, which was at onetime the largest private cattle ranch in the US. Your short picturesque drive will amaze you as you pass various climatic zones up to Waimea at 2,500 ft. Home to fabulous farmers' market on several days throughout the week, purchase organic produce grown in the rich volcanic Waimea soil, and peruse the local arts and crafts. Waimea is home to Merriman's Restaurant, arguably the best restaurant in the state, and also other excellent choices like, Redwater Cafe, Fish and Hog, as well as causal offerings like Village Burger (gourmet burgers with local products and handcrafted shakes). Big Island Brewhaus is a micro-brewery that is trending with many US Open medals, and up to 15 distinct Brewhaus beers. Start with a beer flight to discover your own favorite! Foodies will have to make a few trips to Waimea. Venture to the north of the island to Kohala, the charming village of Hawi and Kapaau will let you see a glimpse of vintage Hawaii. Have dinner at Sushi Rock (best Sushi on the island), and try Hawaiian kava and homemade fudge at the Kava Bar, check out the lookout at Pololu Valley, and hike down the path to see a black sand beach. (Too rough to swim). There are zip-line, and ATV tours in Kohala. Traveling to the east side of the island, stop in at Tex's Drive-In and try the Portuguese malasada dough-nuts and Kona coffee. Continue you on to view the world-famous Akaka Falls, take the scenic route on to Hilo and stop for a visit to the Botanical Gardens, (well worth the stop!). Is seeing an active volcano on your buck list? Plan on at least a half-day excursion to Volcano National Park, hike Thurston Lava Tube (Jurassic Park-like setting!), see the caldera, and view the informative park presentations in the visitors centers. On your way back to the west side of the island, you can stop at Volcano Winery and sample wine made right in the town of Volcano! At South Point you can see a green sand beach. The seaside village of Kona is a good place to shop for souvenirs, enjoy casual dining, window shop at art galleries, check out the activities at the pier, and if you are lucky see wild dolphins skirting around in a playful pack. Don't forget a tour at one of the coffee plantations in the coffee belt just south of Kona. They will ship your purchase for you. Deep sea fishing tours can be arranged out of Honokohau Harbor, just North of Kona. Star gazing atop Mauna Kea's summit is spectacular! Tri-athletes have recognized the Kohala Coast as one of the premier locations in the world for biking, open-water swimming, and running. Pick a different Hawaiian adventure and pristine beach every day! Don't want to exert too much...your private pool, spa, and shaded lanais await you in the backyard of the villa.
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My Standard Rate
7 night minimum stay
|Property Damage Protection||C$131|
|Departure Cleaning||C$527 + Tax|
Gardening and pool services are provided and will be coordinated by property manager. There will be a mid-stay housekeeping service to refresh the villa by changing the linens and towels, sanitizing of the bathrooms, and the removal of trash and recycling. These mandatory services are free. Rent Tax 4.166% HI General Excise Tax, & 9.25% Transient Accommodation Tax (13.416%)