Located upcountry and in the heart of the Kona Coffee Belt, the estate at Holualoa Inn includes over 30-acres, a 6-room inn, cottage and open-air pavilion. This is the ideal setting for your dream wedding, elopement or vowel renewal. Enjoy lush gardens and breathtaking views and sunsets of the Kona Coast.
Need a spot to host your bridal event? If you answered “I do,” then look no further. At Buca di Beppo the enticing aroma of authentic Italian specialties will seduce you, the sweet sounds of Frank Sinatra will serenade you and our staff will positively spoil you.
Authentic Hawaiian Ranch on the beautiful Kohala coast offering 4 gorgeous, historic plantation era bungalows surrounded by stunning old growth landscape and sweeping ocean and sunset views. Puakea Ranch is an ideal location for special private events and weddings.
Haiku Mill is a sugar mill ruin dating back to 1857 that has been transformed into a fairytale wedding and reception venue. An intimate setting, surrounded by lush blossoming vines with a waterfall flowing in the background. Perfect for your event with it's elegant chandeliers, built-in sound system and pavilion dance area
This premier luxury vacation property is nestled in the exclusive beachfront community of Puako on the Kohala Coast of the Big Island, has sleeping for 20 or so, and has 3 bungalows, and Main House with 3 bedrooms and a roomy loft, and large kitchen. This bamboo home is ideal for a Hawaiian wedding. Catering / planning.
We offer our luau site on the beach for exclusive events and also offer custom designed performances to fit your specific needs and budget at your location. Let our coordinators assist you in making your event an unforgettable experience!
See our extensive list of Hawaii wedding venues, reception facilities and other exciting wedding locations. Whether you're planning an outdoor wedding for 30 or a formal dinner reception for 300, your venue should provide the right atmosphere for your celebration.
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