Enjoy all of the serene beauty of a stay in our Keauhou Resort Kona rentals. Once the home of Hawaiʻi’s royalty, Keauhou’s majestic beauty will not fail to amaze you. You’ll wake each morning and breathe the fresh tropical air, while gazing at the beautiful Pacific Ocean. Enjoy your coffee and breakfast on the lanai while you decide how to spend each day in paradise!
Vacation Like a King in Keauhou Resort Kona
With one and two-bedroom options to choose from, Keauhou Resort’s properties are perfectly poised to help make your vacation great. Located on five acres of beautifully landscaped tropical grounds, this is a quiet and peaceful location where you can relax. There are two saltwater pools on the grounds for your enjoyment. It’s also within walking distance of Keauhou Bay, a great spot for snorkeling, paddleboarding, and fishing. You’ll be conveniently close to Keauhou shopping center, where you’ll find grocery stores, restaurants, and movie theaters.
Close to Kona, But Peaceful and Quiet
It’s a scenic six-mile drive along the coast into downtown Kailua-Kona village. There you’ll enjoy picturesque walks to visit souvenir shops, restaurants, and historic sites such as Huliheʻe Palace, summer home of kings and queens, and Mokuʻaikaua Church, the oldest Christian church in Hawaiʻi. You can go on boat tours here from Kailua Pier, like dinner cruises, snorkel trips, and even parasailing. And of course, no Kona vacation would be complete without enjoying a sunset cocktail from one of the many bars fronting the ocean here on Aliʻi Drive.
Convenient Location for Exploring Further
You’ll definitely want to rent a car when you stay at Keauhou Resort condominiums, because there are so many great places to explore in South Kona. Start out close to home at Kahaluʻu, a renowned beach for snorkeling right here in Keauhou. Then venture further south, for more snorkeling and maybe a kayak tour in gorgeous Kealakekua Bay, the infamous place where Captain Cook was killed. You may also like to spend a few hours exploring the National Historical Park of Puʻuhonua o Hōnaunau, the “City of Refuge.” Keep going south through the fragrant coffee fields, and eventually you’ll come to Ka Lae (South Point), the southernmost tip of the United States. The sea cliffs here are truly spectacular!
Well, what are you waiting for? Start planning your relaxing and exciting trip to sunny Keauhou Resort Kona today!
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