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We look forward to our stay here every time! The staff are very friendly and helpful! The atmosphere encourages guests to visit and exchange the good and the bad of our adventures! Visiting at the hot tub has given us great tips while there for...More
My husband and I stayed four nights in a one bedroom condo in the F building which is away from the pool area. The unit was very clean and nicely furnished with everything one would need for either a short or long stay. The stacked...More
These condos are absolutely gorgeous! Very Clean, Roomy, Comfortable. The price is so affordable for a family and the amenities are tremendous. I could live here for a long time! A must go when visiting the West Side of the Big Island.
This is a very well kept place that offers relatively affordable 2 and 3-bedroom condos for rent. The resort is in the Waikoloa Village, which has a supermarket, a few dining options and a golf course. But that's all you get, and as long as...More
Out in seemingly the middle of nowhere, there is a village hidden away. One of the places to stay in Waikaloa Village is Paniolo Greens Resort. My dad and I stayed there for a single night. Obviously, it also acts as a time share of...More
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Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Business Centre with Internet Access
Refrigerator in room
Things to do
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
USD 149 - USD 285 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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We usually fly into Kona and Waikoloa is about 27 miles to the north. Renting a car is your best option, as it allows you to explore the Kohala Coast, take a trip to Hilo to see the rainforest, waterfalls and volcano, and... More
We usually fly into Kona and Waikoloa is about 27 miles to the north. Renting a car is your best option, as it allows you to explore the Kohala Coast, take a trip to Hilo to see the rainforest, waterfalls and volcano, and to spend time in Kona.
We were just there in early May, and I suggest that you be careful when you rent a car that you don't fall victim to a "bait and switch" scheme. we had reserved a car from Dollar, was told upon arrival that we were being given a 6 person van rather than the economy car we had reserved, and it would require a $25/day upgrade fee, more than doubling our costs. Luckily we were able to go on line with our phones, and found an available car at another agency (Budget) for what our original cost was, and all we had to do was walk across the street.. Just be aware.
Response from MarkMV3238YD | Reviewed this property |
The big nightlife center would likely be Kona about 40 minutes away. There are also some very upscale resorts & condos about 15-30 minutes away in & around the Hilton Waiakoloa so I would expect some great options there. We... More
The big nightlife center would likely be Kona about 40 minutes away. There are also some very upscale resorts & condos about 15-30 minutes away in & around the Hilton Waiakoloa so I would expect some great options there. We did not seek out what may be just up the road in terms of various restaurants. After touring or a day at the beach we enjoyed coming back to the peaceful setting.
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