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The Mauna Lani Bay Hotel & Bungalows in Kohala Coast, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii
A lush tropical gem, your secluded island escape, bright sunny skies - these are all a part of the Aloha spirit and the warmth and welcoming of Hawaii when you stay at The Mauna Lani Bay Hotel & Bungalows, part of the LVX collection of Preferred Hotels & Resorts. Situated on the world-renowned Kohala Coast on the Big Island, in a tranquil spot away from the city center, the hotel will take your breath away. Relax in a private bungalow or modern hotel room, and gaze out over the sparkling Pacific. Enjoy your private lanai, immersing yourself in the natural beauty of a Hawaiian sunrise, then sink into a plush bed after the stars come out to shine. With a truly inviting atmosphere surrounded by vibrant gardens and complete with luxury resort amenities, you will have the best of Hawaii at The Mauna Lani Bay Hotel & Bungalows.
Stroll down to the golden sands of the beach and dive into the warm waters for a wonderful morning of swimming and sunning. Relax in a private cabana with a tropical cocktail, or take part in a soothing yoga class. Indulge yourself with a massage in an outdoor thatched hale overlooking the beach, or head out for an afternoon of golf. Hit the links at the resort's North and South Courses, and play 18 holes as majestic lava flows along the coast. Visit Mookini Heiau State Monument, the birthplace of legendary King Kamehameha, then continue on to see the Puukohala Heiau, where Kamehameha the Great asked the war god Kukailimoki to help him unite the islands. Hike through gorgeous coastal trails in Lapakahi State Historical Park and cool off with some fabulous snorkeling along the secluded beaches of Keaweula Bay. Enjoy an afternoon of deep sea fishing off the Kona Coast, then return to the hotel for sunset dinner. Dine oceanfront at The CanoeHouse and enjoy fresh Pacific seafood, or go casual at The Ocean Bar & Grill and sip a cocktail as the cool ocean breeze drifts past flickering tiki torches. Sink into your bed that night, and dream of your next amazing Hawaiian day at The Mauna Lani Bay Hotel & Bungalows.
Location of The Mauna Lani Bay Hotel & Bungalows
Nearest Airport: KOA
Amenities for The Mauna Lani Bay Hotel & Bungalows
- General Information
- 350 Guest Rooms
- Ecologically Sustainable Practices
- Outdoor Dining
- Room Service
- On-Site Amenities
- Beauty Salon
- Shoe Shine Service
- Shuttle Service
- Spa on Property
- Complimentary Newspaper
- Fitness Center
- Bicycle Rental
- Live Entertainment
- Valet Parking
- Laundry Facilities
- Putting Green
- Lap Pool
- Outdoor Spa Treatments
- Golf Academy
- Jogging Path
- Beach Cabanas
- In-Room Amenities
- Turndown Service
- Air Conditioning
- Hair Dryers
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Bar
- Flat-Screen Televisions
- Mini Refrigerators
- Cultural Classes
- Deep Sea Fishing
- Scuba Diving
- Ecological Excursions
- Golf Lessons
- Beach Volleyball
- Fitness Classes
- Meeting Rooms
- Children's Programs
Reviews for The Mauna Lani Bay Hotel & Bungalows
We stayed for 5 wonderful nights in this beautiful resort. We had a partial ocean view on the 4th floor. It was perfect in every way. The staff was fabulous and so helpful. We ate at the clubhouse on night and the food was great. The beach is so pretty and there were plenty of shaded cabanas that are FREE to use. We love to snorkel and we found the snorkel right in front of the resort to be good. Snorkel gear included in your resort fee as well as valet parking and bottled water. Snorkeling included lots of yellow tangs, trigger fish, butterfly fish, etc. We did see a few turtles as well. Nice shallow beach easy to get in and out of. As you swim out farther its still fairly shallow with more sharp rocks and coral. Its best to go out in the morning for calm water and more fish. it does get a bit rougher in the afternoon. The aqua center does recommend going down to the bay about a 10 minute walk for better snorkeling. I recommend driving to the volcano side to check out the VNP once it opens back up. It was still closed during our visit but we were able to take a helicopter ride. It took us 1 1/2 hours to drive from one side to the other. I wouldn't recommend the helicopter ride now while the volcano is erupting as they are limited on where they can go and we didn't see much - certainly not worth the $200/pp. We also went to the Waipio Valley, Akaka Falls, and Rainbow Falls. If you like to snorkel we drove to Kahalu'u Beach Park which we thought was awesome. We saw huge schools of yellow tangs, lots of turtles and butterfly fish. There is NO shade on this beach and the sand is SUPER hot so wear water shoes. Rent chairs and umbrella's from Snorkel Bob's we did and kept them in our rental car so we had them when we visited other beaches. We also wanted to go to a black sand beach so we went to Richardson Beach Park in Hilo area. It was very small beach but had black sand on the beach. This is a good option as I believe the other black sand beach is harder to get to. We ran into a couple who said the best snorkeling they have ever done was at Capt Cook's Monument in Kona area. They said it was a long hike down but coming back up was worse in the humidity and heat. They were a very fit couple and said it was very challenging. There are excursions that will take you there. If we would have had time we would have done that.
Grabko_Traveler - Cary, North Carolina
My wife and I stayed at Mauna Lani for a week in May 2018 while we visited Hawaii. We were absolutely blown away by the place. After trudging our way through the crowds of Maui for a week, we were looking forward to a nice, relaxing stay on the Big Island to end our vacation. Our room faced the Canoehouse restaurant and had a slight view of the ocean. The room was perfectly clean, plenty spacious, and the amenities were more than enough for a laid back stay. The staff was overly friendly, with everyone willing to help us with any questions we had. Breakfast was included and the wait staff in the hotel restaurant was wonderful. The food at the poolside bar was also fantastic - cooked right in front of you and just as good as any restaurant you could venture to. There was also plenty of staff to man the resort (which we didn't think would be something we'd consider, until our experience on Maui), and the place never seemed overly-crowded with people. It also was in a great location. Far enough from the east side of the island so that every day was warm and sunny, but still within a few hours drive of every major part of the island (and just thirty minutes from Kona). There was also a convenient little shopping center either a 5-10 min bike ride or a 15-20 min walk from the hotel, which included a grocery store that allowed us to keep our room well-stocked with drinks, snacks, and anything else we would need. We did not use the golf course or the spa/fitness center during our stay, so we cannot comment on those amenities, other than that they exist and everyone around us seemed to be very satisfied with them. We felt completely at home at Mauna Lani. Not only would we recommend it to everyone visiting Hawaii, but we surely would stay here again when we come back one day!
ALN424 - Voorhees, New Jersey
We booked to stay only 3 nights, we were upgraded to a partial ocean view with a massive room and huge balcony. A very nice surprise. The hotel is really well designed, a nice breeze blows through, it is open and spacious. We had room 408. The room was quiet, lovely comfy bed. Lifts were very slow. We were made aware that the hotel is due a major upgrade from October 18 taking over a year. Some observations, the hotel is a little dated, the rooms need a make over and the Wi-Fi was shockingly poor. The honour bar is "odd" still playing piano music at night, with a limited evening menu. The service on the beach was amazing one day and then dreadful the next! We opted for a quick breakfast from the honour bar (it was pre-made and under a heated lamp) OK but nothing special, I at least expected to be cooked fresh and then put into a takeaway box. There are lots of staff around. Not sure if focus is on corporate events, there was a large event going on, a loud disco one night. While I understand the hotel have to offer everything, they may need to consider the impact on guests once refurbished. The only place to eat on site at night (if you wanted to be casual) was the Honour Bar and we enjoyed the fried rice, but it lacked warmth and the staff spent along time chatting to each other. The cabanas on the beach are really nice and comfy, the beds by the pool not as comfy. The lei's were a really nice touch when we arrived. We liked the hotel and wished we could have stayed longer, there is room for improvement and I hope that they can keep the feel even after the refurbishment. We would go back. It is just not ticking 5 stars, work to be done and then it really would be something special, The grounds and ponds, trees and fish are all amazing.
Rachel W - London, United Kingdom
We stayed over July 4th holiday, and were able to participate in the Turtle release ceremony. That was an terrific experience in and of itself. The property itself is beautiful. The beach is terrific, and provides opportunity for some great snorkeling right on the property. The grounds are very well maintained, with lovely fish ponds around the property. The evening torch lighting ceremony was another thing our boys enjoyed. The rooms were fairly basic (based on cost), and a bit dated. But the overall property was well maintained and provided a very enjoyable experience for mom, dad, and two young boys.
On the first day of our trip, we awoke to news of Mauna Lani's planned extensive renovation. Oh gosh, please don't Disney-fy this place. It's perfect the way it is: Welcoming, warm and laid-back, with service that never feels forced but always feels genuine. Breezes flowing through the open atrium bring the ocean air to you as soon as you check in (even it's late at night). Our oceanfront room was perfection: not too big, Not too small, with a luxurious bathroom and a fancy commode! The bed was divine and sliding screen doors meant we fell asleep to the waves and awoke to the bird calls. The pool was big and never crowded. The multiple hot tubs meant actual privacy! The staff at the beach made snorkeling easy and fun -- directing me to the nearby bay for better fish gazing. The gym was big and well-appointment without being sterile. Oh, and that spa!!!!!! I had a massage outside by Robert and it was blissful and specific and exactly what I needed after running and then hiking Polulu Valley. Again, the staff at the gym and pool were friendly and attentive without being forced. We went for our 15th anniversary and were going to have to switch hotels for a couple of nights at the end when a tennis tournament (hey, John McEnroe!) had the place sold out. But my husband worked with the wonderful Pam, who worked her magic and found a way for us to stay our entire trip there. I can't wait to go back. Please don't add a lazy river or make this too kid-centric. It's charming and luxurious -- a rare blend.
alongtrip80 - Washington DC