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"The Holualoa Inn’s grounds aren’t just limited to the main house and the mosaic pool; guests are invited to spread out and explore the adjacent nursery as well as the flora and fauna lining the nature trails."
"Now, 10 years after the Hazens bought the worn-down teak lodge on 30 overgrown acres, the boutique luxury inn boasts handsome Balinese decor, a farm-to-table breakfast and numerous accolades"
Chosen as the place to visit on the Big Island by Men's Health
"For a real wakeup, stay on an actual working coffee plantation at the Holualoa Inn—you’ll be hard pressed to find a corner with a bad view (or a bad brew, for that matter)."
Holualoa Inn is honored to be named a Top Luxury B&B in the US by Bedandbreakfast.com
"When traditional plantation-style architecture mixes with modern touches of Polynesian elegance, an unforgettable luxury vacation erupts."
Holualoa Inn Selected for the 2014 Fodor's 100 Hotel Award Honoring the Best Hotels Around the World
"Receiving this award is an honor and would not be possible without the support of our Ohana, our returning guests, and dedicated staff."
August 2014. by Cheryl Chee Tsutsumi
Beauty is Everywhere at Picturesque B&B
"Some come for the incredible views. Others love the peace and privacy. Still others praise the breakfasts, always prepared from scratch with ingredients growing just steps fro the kitchen..
Feb. 2014 by Karin Gallagher
Aloha Weddings: The romance and beauty of Hawaii
"Those seeking a more traditional wedding on the Big Island will like the historic Holualoa Inn, a 30-acre coffee estate overlooking the Kona Coast in Holualoa. Its Malulani “heavenly shelter” open air pavilion host up to 100 guests….”