Mauna Kea Beach Resort - the Grand Dame of the South Pacific is open again!

March 17, 2009 · Print This Article

Mauna Kea BeachLaurance S. Rockefeller built The Mauna Kea Beach Hotel in 1965. He knew the great beach at Kauna’oa also deserved spectacular golf and exceptional dining to accompany the most exclusive and expensive resort of its day.

The famed Big Island of Hawaii resort re-opened following an extensive multi-million dollar restoration to the delight of new guests and loyal, long-standing returning patrons who have enjoyed the resort’s signature hospitality since it’s grand opening.

“The ‘Grand Dame’ of the Big Island of Hawaii will continue to perpetuate the true Hawaiian traditions of aloha, coupled with the classic elegance of the Hawaiian Islands that it has been known for,” says the resort’s new General Manager, Jon Gersonde. “The goal of the restoration has been to update and refine The Mauna Kea’s reputation as a sophisticated and intimate luxury beachfront resort. We have reopened with new luxurious accommodations and amenities of the highest caliber, a revitalized golf course with new clubhouse, and, of course, our signature tradition of excellent service.”

New amenities at The Mauna Kea Beach Hotel include a spa offering an array of exotic treatments; exciting new culinary experiences stewarded by Executive Chef George Gomes; and newly refurbished guest rooms. The total room and suite count has been reduced from 310 to 258 as a result of rooms being enlarged in the main building. Many of the resorts popular services and activities will also return, including the 13-court Seaside Tennis Club, the Salon at Mauna Kea & Hawaiian cultural experiences.

Mauna Kea Beach Hotel offers the perfect location on the sunny Kohala Coast of the Big Island of Hawaii.mauna kea golf Situated on a beautiful crescent beach, the luxury resort offers guests the ideal setting for a relaxing getaway in paradise.

Resort Proximity
When staying at Mauna Kea Beach Hotel, you’ll be just…

40 minutes from Kailua-Kona
30 minutes from the Kona airport
20 minutes from Waimea
2 hours from Hilo

If you would like to visit the Mauna Kea Resort
Call Me at 1-800-644-6659
Your ‘See the South Pacific Specialist’ at Luxury Hideaways

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