Mauna Lani Bay Hotel & Bungalows

Located on the Kohala Coast of Big Island, the Mauna Lani has a range of water sports and activities nearby as well as a kid's club.

Mauna Lani Bay Hotel & Bungalows

Situated 30 minutes from Kona Airport on the Kohala Coast of Big Island is the Mauna Lani Bay Hotel & Bungalows, a 350 room, suite and bungalow property. The Mauna Lani Bay is a resort style property with wonderful service and beautiful views from the upper floor accommodations.

At the Mauna Lani Bay enjoy complimentary inclusions such as use of the 25 metre pool, snorkelling equipment, beach cabanas, hula lessons, ukulele and lei making classes, sand volleyball, Hawaiian weaving classes, bicycles for use around the resort and fish and turtle feeding tours. There are also group cardio, yoga studio classes and use of the tennis courts, all available at an additional cost.

At the Mauna Lani Sea Adventures, book your sunset cruises, seasonal whale watching excursions and catamaran sailing trips. Golf enthusiasts will love playing at the Francis H. I’l Brown South Course with its over water hole and at the North Course, with its hole tucked into a natural lava amphitheatre. There’s also the family Keiki Golf Course of 9 holes, suitable for junior players and children.

Children aged 5 to 12 can book onto the Camp Mauna Lani where there are Hawaiian games and crafts as well as historic fish ponds to explore. Whilst children play here, visit the Spa, with the appearance of a Hawaiian Village with natural lava saunas, a Watsu pool and a salon.

Dine at the Canoe House Restaurant where a Hawaiian plantation-style menu is served and food is made using fresh, sustainable ingredients. In the summer, dinner is served Tuesday to Saturday with live entertainment, and a Captain’s Table blind tasting menu is available Thursday to Saturday evenings. Enjoy a buffet or an a la carte breakfast, lunch and dinner buffet (Sundays and Mondays only) at the Bay Terrace.

 


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