Vacation Villas by Gina has eight ocean front 3-bedroom luxury villas, four ocean front studio villas and one ocean front 4-bedroom villa in the luxurious Ocean Villas development at the Turtle Bay Resort on Oahu, Hawaii. They are all beach front properties with dramatic ocean views and pool views.
Nestled above shimmering Honokeana Bay, Napili Point Resort is a 115 unit low rise condominium where every condo has an incredible ocean view. In the distance, the islands of Moloka’i and Lana’i rise from the warm waters of the blue Pacific, silhouetting spectacular legendary Maui sunsets. Relax at one of our two ...
We offer what hotels and other resorts don't; true privacy. The Palmwood evokes an intimate feeling as if you have arrived home to your tropical country estate, experiencing luxury in an indigenous setting, complimentary to the unsurpassed beauty of the island.
Description: The Keauhou Kona Surf and Racquet Club Resort is a 4-star resort located in Keauhou on the sunny Kona Coast of the Big Island, Hawaii. The resort is adjacent to a sandy beach and was once the residence of four Hawaiian kings including the Great King Kamehameha. There are 197 privately-owned units at the ...
Aloha and welcome to paradise!
Experience our relaxing and tastefully furnished accommodations, ideal for visiting couples or small groups desiring healing retreats or extraordinary corporate meetings.
Amenities include ocean views & Hawaii's only lava heated steam saunas.
Discover the wild side of Hawaii! From volcanoes to waterfalls, the Hilo Seaside Hotel provides adventure in paradise. Bask in warm Polynesian hospitality while enjoying the lush tropical gardens, paths and ponds of the hotel.
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While the Big Island doesn’t traditionally pick up the same amount of tourist interest as some of Hawaii’s other destinations, the state’s namesake is still qualified – in our opinion – to call itself paradise. read more