This distinctive luxury resort boasts a rich history and cozy island style.
This resort was built by Paul Fagan in the 1940s and is staffed by warm, welcoming locals. Acting as refuge for the Beatles, supermodels and wealthy hippies alike over the years, it has a reputation as not only the ultimate hideaway, but also as the most Hawaiian of Hawaii's hotels — beginning with the gifts of a fresh lei and tropical fruit drink upon arrival. The 70 acres are fragrant with the blossoms of tropical flowering trees.
Rooms are scattered among the palms and landscaped gardens in private, generously sized bungalows and sea-ranch cottages. The bungalow-style Bay Cottages are closer to the main building, while the plantation-like Sea Ranch Cottages are perched on a bluff and often have spa tubs and ocean views from private lanais. A restored turn-of-the-20th-century plantation house on the grounds can be used as an executive retreat or exclusive romantic getaway. Preserve Kitchen + Bar serves eclectic fare overlooking the bay. Active guests will enjoy snorkeling, kayaking, bicycling, horseback riding, a three-hole pitch-and-putt course, tennis courts and a private beach. Hula, ukulele and lei-making lessons are complimentary. Guided tours explore the area's waterfalls, jungle forest and ancient sites. The hotel's pampering spa features a full menu of island-inspired treatments.
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