Accommodation in Waikoloa Beach
Waikoloa Beach is the only area on the Big Island with natural yellow sand. It is a beautiful spot and home to only a few top resorts including the extravagant Hilton Waikoloa Village and the Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort & Spa.
Waikoloa area is also home to many Hawaiian stone carvings. These are potentially the closest thing to the a written language that Hawaiians used.
Waikoloa Beach is an area located on the South Kohala coast on the island of Hawaii and is located in the census-designated place of Puako. It can be confused for Waikoloa Village, a CDP in the same “ahupuaʻa” and is also known as “Waikoloa”.
The area is home to many notable cultural and geologic features of the ancient Hawaiian culture including aquaculture fishponds, anchialine ponds and petroglyphs.
Here you will find a variety of accommodation options including the highly regarded Hilton Waikoloa Village is built on 62 acres (250,000 m2) and has 1240 rooms and suites with tropical gardens, waterfalls, lagoons and waterways.
ʻAnaehoʻomalu Bay, also known as A-Bay, is a palm fringed beach, shallow water bay located on the South Kohala coast on the island of Hawaii. ʻAnaehoʻomalu is best known for its sunsets, snorkeling and historic royal fishponds. The nearest town is Waikaloa Village, which used to be owned by Parker Ranch. The property just North of the beach and fishponds are owned and operated by Outrigger Hotels & Resorts. The area is part of the Waikoloa Beach Resort, and the beach is sometimes called Waikoloa Beach (although another beach with this name is on Maui island).