First time at a Four seasons resort, they put the customer first and know how to run a business. So many complimentary amenities that other hotels nickel and dime you for so you just end up not doing them. Would certainly return and worth the premium paid.
We stayed for 6 nights. It was a wonderful experience. The pool was nice, the beach was wonderful. We snorkeled at the turtle point and saw many colorful fish and a sea turtle. A waiter told us that snorkeling at the left side of the beach was even better, but we knew it too late to try.
The food is extremely expensive though. However, you can drive down about 10 minutes south to find a plaza near Marriott hotel to find normal restaurants and a nice grocery store called Island Gourmet.
We definitely will stay here again if we come back to Big Island.
We stayed for 4 nights and wish we would have stayed longer. The room was enourmous with a large marble bathroom oozing of pure indulgence. The hotel was grand with a sense of tropical plantation paradise.The restauranrs are great as is room service. The pool is large with fantastic staff attending to all your needs, food drinks, sun lotion, free water etc. The hotel has a great gym, plenty of shops, spa services, free bikes, shuttle service, water sports and a tennis court. Great walking trails are around with plenty to see in the area. Close by is a lovey local shopping area with a gourmet deli, more shops and restaurants. We will be back and will search out Fairmont hotels where ever we travel in the future.
The staff were welcoming, professional and the most friendly and attentive we've experienced at a condo resort. They quickly responded to any requests, set up an air mattress in our room, and offered many nice touches including chocolates upon arrival and complimentary DVD rentals. The facilities were well attended to, and the care of staff was evident. Our condo was exceptionally clean. The condo was well-equipped, but a bit dated throughout. Perfectly comfortable.
Traveller from California
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We stayed for 8 wonderful days. We loved all the small touches that made this hotel special - the beautiful welcome, the comfy pool chairs and towels, watermelon slices at the beach, well thought out room, friendly staff, and perfectly curated menus, wine lists and gift stores. Oh, and mantas. We enjoyed the clambake and luau, though they were pricey. I loved the deep pool, and it was never crowded. Overall the hotel is sophisticated and relaxing - great for couples!
Everything was perfection. The staff were excellent. The rooms very nicely appointed - included incredibly comfortable beds, toto washlet (heated toilet seat with wash and dry functionality), kitchen with everything you could thing of, each room had its own washer and dryer, and an on site bistro with live entertainment - like I said, this place was a dream!
If ever we are on the Kona side of the island again, I'll be certain to stay here!
Traveller from central coast California
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Our room was a 2 bd, 2 ba, very spacious condo. Everything was clean and worked well. The location is quiet and a bit removed from restaurants and activities. The front desk, especially Danette, was very pleasant and welcoming. I found the king sized bed to be very uncomfortable. The towels were rough. The fitness room had up to date workout equipment. The grounds were well kept.
Luxury resorts, sprawling golf courses, and white sands line the Kohala Coast – Waikoloa. Hawaii’s sunniest coast is a must-go for beachgoers. It is also known as the cradle to King Kamehameha, Hawaii’s greatest king. His influence can be seen at the nearby Pu’ukohola Heiau National Historic Site, where visitors can see the temple of war he built before unifying the Hawaiian Islands.