Located on the slopes of Mount Hualalai in the heart of the Kona Coffee belt, Holualoa Inn is not just an “accommodation,” it’s an extraordinary Hawai’ian experience. We are honored to have been recognized by so many reputable publications. Read what others have had to say about us!
“Hawai’i’s real flowers are its people”
“Holualoa Inn offers a truly special experience at its 30-acre private estate replete with lush tropical gardens, Kona coffee trees, and a panoramic view of the Kona coastline.” Make sure to check out our latest feature in Hawaii Wedding Style’s digital edition!
“Set on the slopes of the Kona Coffee Belt, the inn offers stunning views of the Pacific Ocean. Holualoa Inn is the perfect place for a romantic getaway.” Find out more about Rachel’s romantic getaway to the Big Island!
“Masterfully mixing old Hawaii with modern luxuries, Holualoa Inn’s almost overwhelming charm may make it difficult for guests to leave its lush 30-acre property, which also features a flower garden, a hot tub and carefully selected art and sculptures in the inn’s open-air great room.”
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“Originally built in the 1970s to serve as a private residence, Holualoa Inn offers a home-away-from-home ambiance that draws in couples who want an intimate and romantic experience in a tropical setting.”
“During our last two nights on the Big Island, we stayed at a delightful inn nestled in the mountains, the Holualoa Inn. It was the perfect setting overlooking the city of Kona because the inn was remote and secluded…Holualoa Inn also provided a magnificent two-course healthy breakfast, which is why we picked it.”
“If you’re looking for a secluded getaway, book one of the six rooms at Holualoa Inn, on a 30-acre coffee estate on the Big Island’s west coast. After a breakfast of fresh fruits, organic eggs, and, of course, Kona coffee, guests can stroll into the artists’ village of Holualoa.”
“The beautiful Holualoa Inn outside Kona in the small village of Holualoa. It was the perfect place to relax after exploring the island all day. Its position perched on the slope of the volcano gave us awesome views of the ocean and Kailua-Kona area down below, plus the gardens were full of birds.”
“This luxurious, wooden, two-storey bungalow – originally built as a residence for a former publisher of Honolulu’s main newspaper – has operated as a cosy six-room bed and breakfast for over 30 years. Set amid a coffee and fruit orchard, it’s a relaxing retreat with incredible panoramic Pacific views.”
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“If it’s not an escape without ocean breezes and tropical temperatures, then Holualoa Inn, a six-room (and one cottage) inn on Hawaii’s big island, might be your dream spot.”
February 2016: “Holualoa Inn defines the authentic Hawai’ian experience offering you a once-in-a-lifetime ability to relax and recharge amid a working coffee plantation estate.”
February 2016: “Every stylish suite is furnished with WiFi, comfortable seating areas, and lovely original artwork, as well as arresting garden or ocean views.”
February 2016 “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.”
October 2015: “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.”
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January 2015: 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).”
Top Luxury B&B
June 2015: 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.”
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