Royal Kona Resort
Royal Kona Resort 75-5852 Alii Drive Kailua Kona, HI 96740 The Oceanfront Royal Kona Resort is an architectural marvel set on twelve oceanfront acres overlooking Kailua Bay in the heart of historic Kailua-Kona town on the Big Island of Hawaii. As part of the Resorts multi-million dollar revitalization project, the Alii and Lagoon Tower guestrooms received a mini makeover including re-designed bathrooms, updated room amenities, and plush bedding. Each of the Resorts spacious guestrooms features a large lanai with beautiful mountain vistas or magnificent ocean views. Take in the breathtaking views of the Pacific while dining oceanfront at our open-air Don the Beachcomber Restaurant open daily for breakfast and dinner. Sample scrumptious cuisine presented by award-winning chef Mikel Lamb and his team of culinary experts. Step next door to the newly remodeled Dons Mai Tai Bar for lunch and try the original Don the Beachcomber Mai Tai. You might even catch a glimpse of a dolphin or two at play in the warm waters fronting the Resort. Relax on the decks of our oceanfront, split-level swimming pool or at our private beach and saltwater swimming lagoon. Shop for unique treasures and souvenirs at our Resort shops or in nearby Kona town. Play a set of tennis or rejuvenate with a treatment at the spa. On select evenings throughout the week, the Resort presents a stunning oceanfront Hawaiian Luau show. True adventure seekers will thrill at the opportunity to discover the Big Islands wealth of activity, history and diversity. Walk around a live volcano at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and explore lava tubes, steam vents, and ancient petroglyphs; see glorious landscapes including deserts, coffee plantations, macadamia nut orchards, hardened lava fields, wild orchid meadows and tropical jungles; view the night skies from the observatory on the summit of Mauna Kea; hike to magnificent waterfalls; walk along powder-white, black and green sand beaches; and even snorkel and play in the Pacific alongside sea turtles and manta rays. The Big Island is enigmatic, experience it once and you will be captured by the mysterious beauty of this Island and its people.