Family-friendly fun, across the way from the sugar-sand Anaeho'omalu Bay Beach
Beautiful accommodations, featuring authentic design and balconies
Fabulous Polynesian dinner show on select nights
First-class pampering at Mandara Spa
Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort & Spa Hotel , Hawaii, The Big Island
Setting the scene
Explore the charming setting of Waikoloa with all the family at this contemporary Marriott Hotel. Featuring a pool area just for the kids, and another pool and full-service spa for the adults, all the family can experience beachside paradise. The accommodations celebrate the local culture, with subtle Polynesian and Asian touches throughout the décor. All rooms also feature outdoor living spaces, the perfect setting for enjoying a glass of wine at sunset. Dining is also made easy here with island-inspired cuisine served all-day at the Hawaii Calls Restaurant. On select nights, guests can watch Sunset Luau, an authentic Polynesian dinner show held under the stars.
Sat on the Kohala Coast, this beachfront hotel offers beachside fun and simple living – a perfect combination for your island getaway. Its Big Island location, well known for being the golf capital of Hawaii, also offers up perks for the keen golfer. You’ll find a breathtaking championship golf course on-site, as well as others around the region. Other recreational activities sitting here include hiking, surfing and volleyball. There are also plenty of restaurants within a few minutes’ walk of the hotel, from Hawaiian-inspired Roy’s, to Asian inspired dishes at Sansei Seafood Restaurant and Sushi Bar.
Choice of guestrooms and suites
On-site restaurant and coffee shop
Polynesian dinner show on select nights
Outdoor pool and whirlpool
On-site golf resort
Valet and self-parking available
Accessible accommodations available
Nearby Things To Do
If you’re looking for things to do aside from waterfront activities on the beach, or golfing at the nearby golf courses, you’re in luck. Known for its volcanoes, beaches and ancient cultural sites, there’s a lot to do on the Big Island. The stunning Hawaii Volcanoes National Park sits two hours away but is well worth the drive, while the town of Kailua-Kona is much closer and allows you to experience the island’s culture. Just a few steps from the hotel you’ll also find the Kings' Shops and Queens' Marketplace, featuring boutique shops and art galleries.