The Big Island: Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort
Want a Hawaii resort that offers golf, a state-of-the-art fitness center, heated infinity pool, and more than 60 restaurants, boutiques and shops?
Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort has everything you could ask for… and then some!
About Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort
Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort has 15 acres on the Anaeho’omalu Bay Beach; perfect for engaging in all of the exciting opportunities for water sports that make Hawaii vacations unique and memorable.
Just a few minutes’ walk from the Waikoloa Village, guests at this Big Island resort will find the shopping, dining, and nightlife to be an enthralling experience. Make sure to buy puka necklaces for all of your friends back home!
With guestrooms decorated in contemporary Polynesian and Asian décor with private lanais, refrigerators, high speed internet, and Kona coffee, you are sure to feel comfortable and relaxed while staying here. Apple Vacations travel agency has rated Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort as a 5/6 Red Apple hotel, making it one of the finest on the Big Island for Hawaii vacations.
Things to Do in Hawaii
Everyone is aware that you can go surfing in Hawaii; surf boards are as ubiquitously associated with the islands as tropical-themed shirts, flowered leis, and hula dancing. But did you know that the Pacific Ocean also offers a whole host of other activities for the relaxed and adventurous travelers?
For one thing, fishing enthusiasts must try to reel in some of the delicious, scaled creatures swimming offshore. Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort is also nearby some fishing ponds, as well.
Snorkel equipment, paddle boats, and sunfish sailing are also available for an additional fee, leaving tourists with multiple ways to explore the warm waters. Or stay at the resort for its infinity pool, as well as children’s pool and waterslide.
While at Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort, don’t miss the chance to go golfing at the Waikoloa Beach and Waikoloa Kings’ Courses, a mere half mile from the resort. Each is 18 holes with breath-taking scenic views of the Hawaiian landscape.
Finally, there are also tennis courts, jogging trail, hiking, Sunset Luaus, and all sorts of Island tours, from horseback to helicopter.