Hawaii Accommodations

Choose one of our iconic oceanfront resorts on the island of Hawaii, Hawaii's Big Island.

Properties on the Big Island

Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort & Spa

Here, luxury and nature go hand-in-hand. 

Guestrooms feature your choice of beautiful garden, mountain, pool or stunning ocean views. You’ll find the amenities you’d expect at a luxury resort, two championship golf courses nearby, an ancient Hawaiian fishpond, and petroglyphs as old as time – all fronting the golden sands of Anaehoomalu Bay. Ideal for swimming, diving and snorkeling. About any water sport you please.

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Marriott's Waikoloa Ocean Club

Welcome to a paradise in paradise!

A gracious Hawaiian-style greeting welcomes you to the world-class service and amenities you have come to expect from Marriott Vacation Club. Our newest Hawaiian resort on the Big Island brings you the perfect combination of adventure and relaxation for your next vacation. Enjoy spectacular amenities including an infinity pool and a children’s pool with a slide and partial sand bottom. Also on the resort grounds, you can let your cares drift away at the Mandara spa or savor a delicious meal at the indoor-outdoor Hawaii Calls restaurant. The white sands of Anaehoomalu Bay offer an ideal spot for swimming, diving and snorkeling. 

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Mauna Kea Beach Hotel, Autograph Collection

A landmark of luxury on Hawaii Island's golden Kohala Coast

Mauna Kea Beach Hotel, founded by conservationist and venture capitalist Laurance S. Rockefeller in 1965, paved the way for tourism on the Kohala Coast. Mr. Rockefeller knew the stunning beach at Kauna'oa Bay also deserved spectacular golf and exceptional dining to accompany the most exclusive and expensive resort of its day. At Mauna Kea, award-winning mid-century modern design blends seamlessly into the natural environment. Five decades after its founding, Mauna Kea Beach Hotel’s timeless magic remains legendary. “There is beauty of spirit here, the spirit of Aloha,” creator Rockefeller said.

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