Ocean views? Check. Great location? Check. Extra amenities? You bet! At Royal Sea Cliff in Kailua-Kona, you’ll be sure to relax like royalty. So much more than just a great condo, this complex provides the little extras you need to feel truly pampered on your vacation.
Royal Sea Cliff Vacation Rentals: Relax in Style
With studio options for singles or couples, and two-bedroom choices for larger families, Royal Sea Cliff Kona has the right space for you to start enjoying your stay. It’s great to stay in a condo, with your own kitchen and lanai, but this complex has got so much more to offer! Your choice of fresh or saltwater pools, barbeque facilities, tennis, ping-pong, and a game room offer you on-site entertainment for the afternoons and evenings. Complimentary cultural activities, such as lei making and keiki hula performances, will acquaint you with a bit of our local culture. And don’t forget the lush tropical landscaping and fresh ocean breezes! Browse our beautiful rentals with ocean views!
And Just Nearby…
Once you’ve settled in the Royal Sea Cliff resort Kona and looked around, you’ll probably be itching to explore Kailua-Kona. You’re in luck: it’s only one mile to all the great shops and sights of the downtown pier area. Take a walk up Aliʻi Drive, or rent a bicycle from one of the local shops for even easier transportation. Enjoy fresh produce from the farmers’ market, souvenir shopping, or sunset cocktails on a dinner cruise! And don’t forget the incredible historic sites right there on Aliʻi Drive: Huliheʻe Palace, once the summer home of royalty, and Mokuʻaikaua Church, the oldest Christian church in Hawaiʻi.
Further Afield of the Royal Sea Cliff Resort in Kona
If you can manage to tear yourself away from all the great things to do right on Aliʻi Drive, you’ll be ready for some adventures up and down the coast near the Royal Sea Cliff Resort in Kona. To the south, drive through the fragrant coffee fields of Kona’s uplands, wending your way down the coast towards Kealakekua, a gorgeous bay rich with marine life and history. Bring your snorkels, and take a kayak tour of the monument marking Captain Cook’s final resting place.
Spend another day heading north, and stop by Hāpuna, the longest white sand beach on the island, on your way to North Kohala, the birthplace of King Kamehameha. Enjoy strolling the picturesque small towns with their myriad art galleries, and visit the original Kamehameha statue, which was once lost at sea and later recovered. Between history, beautiful scenery, and looking for whales in season, you’ll be very busy!
Make Kona your home away from home, check out Royal Sea Cliff vacation rentals today!