$259 - $379 per night 5 night min stay
$175 - $295 per night 4 night min stay
$250 - $550 per night 4-7 night min stay
$225/nt - $1500/wk
Waikoloa Village Travel Tips
Waikoloa Village Resort Is a Piece of Heaven on Earth
By staying at a Waikoloa Village resort on Hawaii’s Big Island, you will get to experience the true meaning of the “Spirit of Aloha.” Situated on the Kohala Coast in the midst of some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, Waikoloa rentals offer an extraordinary experience, full of lush gardens, breathtaking vistas, tranquil waterways, serene beaches, and plenty of exotic wildlife. The appeal of Kohala Coast vacation rentals simply cannot be denied.
Waikoloa Rentals Are Perfect for Any Occasion
The Waikoloa Village resort is a destination in and of itself. Sprawling more than 60 waterfront acres, you may never need to leave the grounds of these Waikoloa rentals. The resort offers air-conditioned trams to get you from point to point on the resort’s campus but if you would rather walk, the paths are flanked by authentic Asian and Polynesian artwork. More than 1,200 guest rooms are available and ready to suit anyone’s needs, making these Big Island Hawaii vacation rentals perfect for any occasion, including family vacations, weddings, honeymoons, and everything in between.
Enjoy Perfect Weather at Kohala Coast Vacation Rentals
Because the weather is almost always perfect with beautifully sunny skies, Kohala Coast vacation rentals have been the prime vacation destination for vacationers from everywhere. In years past, the island was also the prime choice for ancient Hawaiian royalty! Part of the appeal lies within Hapuna Beach State Recreation Area-–the home of one of the Unites States’ most highly rated public beaches. The rolling surf, white sand, and clear skies make Waikoloa Village resort ideal for sand and ocean lovers alike.
Do Not Miss King’s Trail During Your Stay at Waikoloa Village Resort
The coastline stretches about 40 miles and is connected by the ancient King’s Trail which actually passes through the “backyards” of many Waikoloa rentals. It has been used for centuries for different reasons but today offers a unique look at Hawaii’s history. As you follow the trail, you will pass through Pu’ukohola Heiau, the last Hawaiian temple. It was built to honor the war god Kuka’ilimoku. You will also pass through plenty of petroglyph fields. The most popular of petroglyph spots is on Waikoloa Beach Drive near the King’s Shops. Please stay on the trail to preserve these ancient carvings.