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Northern Tip Area

Resorts by Name

Hawaii Island Retreat at Ahu Pohaku Ho‘omaluhia

(808) 889-6336
54-250 Lokahi Rd, Kapaau

This inn was lovingly finished by the owners in 2009 as a luxury retreat for those wishing to get away from it all and find themselves. Built on 50 acres high on a cliff overlooking the ocean (standing at the edge will make you feel like you’re in a romance novel), it was started by the same woman who opened the Spa Without Walls at the Fairmont Orchid. Even some of the antiques from that hotel adorn the lobby and rooms. They grow and manage practically everything they serve at their restaurant—from herbs to vegetables to chicken eggs to goat’s cheese (which is yummy, by the way). They pride themselves on being organic, green and sustainable, from the solar panels to composting to the windmill. They will do meals if arranged in advance (even a light snack for those late check-ins). Fabulous, helpful staff. Basically, they are there for your needs—if you want to be left alone, so be it. If you want a historic tour of the grounds, facial and massage, they’ll arrange that, too.

2020-07-10T10:17:10-10:00 Rating: A Real Gem

Kohala Club Hotel

(808) 889-6793
54-3793 Akoni Pule Hwy, Kapaau

Originally built in the late 1800s as an English gentleman’s club. The current building left in disrepair, has been restored by its present owners (who are very nice). Consider this a historic experience, not a lavish one. Rooms have no a/c or phones but there is a BBQ, picnic table and one acre of land to wander. Small rooms (110–143 sq. ft.) are $70–$110 for the cottage for up to four people.

2020-07-10T10:07:53-10:00 Rating: No Award

Kohala Village Inn

(808) 889-0404
55-514 Hawi Rd, Hawi

A quaint, simple inn with TVs but no place to secure your valuables. No phones, but they’ll take messages. New owners have been sprucing up the rooms (they added a/c and mini fridges), which are small and basic but clean with thin walls. If you need a desk, ask for a room with a table. Back building rooms are quietest. Lots of activities going on here from yoga to concerts which may make it feel loud or busy at times. It’s very much a community area. Rooms (200–400 sq. ft.) are $138–$175. Suites (420 sq. ft.) are $178–$190.

2020-07-10T10:17:44-10:00 Rating: No Award
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