Sheraton Kona Resort & Spa at Keauhou Bay

78-128 Ehukai Street, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, United States, 96740(1)(808) 930-4900

Discover our Keauhou Bay resort, where land and sea adventures immerse you in the culture of Keauhou, the birthplace of King Kamehameha III.

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Kaiulu Club Lounge

Whether you are on vacation or here on business, Kaiulu will allow you to get the most out of your stay in paradise.
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Haleo Luau Dinner & Show

The story of Haleo - the Voice of Life, shares stories of the ahupuaa (land division) called Keauhou
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Holua Poolside Bar and Grill

The perfect place for refreshing tropical cocktails, crisp salads and casual lunch options.
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Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park

1160-acre park is the site of an important ancient Hawaiian settlement. See fishponds, ancient petroglyphs and heiau (temples).
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Anaehoomalu Bay

Half-mile-long beach is safe for swimming, snorkeling and windsurfing. Ancient fishpond next to the beach was a major source of food for ancient Hawaiians.
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Mokuaikaua Church

Hawaii’s oldest Christian church (1837) was built by missionaries using coral and lava rock. Open daily in Kailua-Kona.
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Waipio Valley

Waipio valley is stunning, and even if you do not manage to go down, the views from the overlook are dramatic and breathtaking.

How to find the cheap airfare to Hawaii - as low as $352 RT

After seeing all buzz online about the low air ticket prices to Hawaii, we did some good 'ole Google searching ourselves, and we were quite surprised at the great deals we found.

Autumn Colors in Paradise

What colors are in your backyard? As the days get cooler and frost is in the air, trees and shrubs put on a show of autumn shades.

May Day is Lei Day in Hawaii

The first Lei Day was held on May 1, 1928, and everyone in Honolulu was encouraged to wear lei.

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