The Mauna Lani Bay Hotel & Bungalows is nestled on a white sandy beach on the Kohala Coast on the Island of Hawaii. The resort includes the luxurious Mauna Lani Bay Hotel & Bungalows, Mauna Lani Spa and the Francis H I'i. Brown Golf Courses.
The 341 guestrooms and suites were refreshed in 2014. Features include a private lanai, desk & chairs, coffee table, couch, two phones, WiFi, internet access, 45" LCD TV, personal bar, safe, double and king size beds, refrigerator, clock radio, make-up mirror, hair dryer, umbrella & bathrobe.
The Bungalows are secluded yet conveniently located within a minute's walk of the hotel. Privacy is maintained with a gated driveway and private access to the beach. Each bungalow features 4,000 sq ft of living space, including two bedrooms, three baths, a private swimming pool and whirlpool spa.
The garden area of the spa resembles a Hawaiian village with thatched hale for treatments -- two large enough for couples, one with a Vichy shower, two natural lava saunas, a meditation pavilion and a fragrance garden. Indoor area includes beauty and treatment rooms, locker rooms, steam showers, saunas and a retail boutique.
Mauna Lani offers a myriad of dining options and activities for the entire family. Dining venus include the Bay Terrace, poolside Ocean Bar & Grill and the oceanfront CanoeHouse featuring contemporary cuisine. Activities include catamaran sails, scuba, snorkeling, cycling, fitness, cultural classes and more.
RESORT ACTIVITY PACKAGE: A fee of $25 (plus tax) is assessed per room per night and covers: valet or self-parking, basic internet, local and toll-free calls, snorkeling equipment, fitness club access and other amenities and discounts to enhance your stay. Click for details
Mauna Lani is renowned for its devotion to preserving and enhancing the cultural history of Hawai'i. Danny Akaka oversees the resort's effort to spread the wisdom of Hawaiian culture and the rich heritage of Kalahuipua'a. The resort is nationally recognized for its successful honu program, cultural activities, indigenous plant life and historic fishponds.