Kona Reef is a four-story oceanfront resort covering three acres of the gorgeous Kona coast. Every unit has a garden, partial ocean, or ocean view, with a patio or balcony. The ambience of the ocean is present while swimming in our pool that is perfect for family fun, with four barbecue grills and a party pavilion nearby. Take a ten minute walk to the historic fishing village of Kailua-Kona, and explore wonderful shops, sidewalk cafes, restaurants and art galleries.
Kona Reef is a tourist center with a small-town feel. It is home to the Hawaiian International Billfish Tournament, the "Grandfather of all Big Game Fishing Tournaments". To see the best sights, follow Ali'I Drive as it weaves from Kailua Pier south to Keauhou Bay, with the azure blue ocean at your side.
The resort charges a mandatory utility surcharge of $3.12 per night.
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Kona Reef will be undergoing construction to the outside wall of the Ocean front units until mid-January. In addition, Kona Reef will be retiling one of its units in the D building from Jan. 6 – 13, 2014. As a result, you may experience some noise and see workers and equipment on the property. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
The Kona Reef offers one-bedroom condominiums with views of the ocean or tropical garden and, in some cases, direct beach access. The rooms feature granite countertops in the kitchen and air conditioning in the living room area. The resort itself features private covered parking in most areas, complimentary beach chairs and mats, and a party pavilion.
Washer and dryer
Outdoor BBQ grills
Cable TV Wireless internet Blu-ray Player
People all over the globe regard Hawaii as a tropical Mecca of outdoor activities and breathtaking scenery. Surfing is the most popular Hawaiian pastime, and for good reason; crystal-clear water and extraordinary waves earn this island state its undisputed reputation as one of the best surfing destinations in the world. New surfers or visitors interested in sampling the sport need not fear being out of their depth, as the locals are more than happy to patiently teach newcomers the ways of the surfboard. Veterans will delight in the towering, swiftly-moving waves of beaches like Kahaluu.
For those looking for less adrenaline-soaked activities, Hawaii has places for hikers and bikers to experience that are unlike anywhere else on the planet, such as towering volcanoes that preside over verdant jungle valleys. For snorklers and SCUBA divers, the tropical Pacific waters that surround this lush archipelago are home to a stunningly vast variety of sealife. Nightlife enthusiasts will enjoy beachside bars with plenty of local flavor.
When preparing typical Hawaiian fare, chefs make extensive use of both abundant local fruits and vegetables and coastal waters that teem with fish, crabs, and other succulent sea life. Hawaii is the crossroads of the Pacific, and as a result its cuisine is a profoundly unique fusion of American and Asian culinary traditions. An earthen oven called an imu is used to expertly roast kalua pigs, the most popular lu'au food. Rice and Hawaiian macaroni salad are common side dishes.
There are many restaurants near Kona Reef that offer a wide range of foods. Youíll find steakhouses, Asian restaurants, pubs, and of course, establishments that serve many different types of seafood. Yet you canít talk about Kona without mentioning its coffee, which is known as one of the best in the world. You can get a cup of coffee at a few cafes in Kona, or you can visit a nearby plantation to see how the popular drink is made.
The Big Island of Hawaii is the igneous product of five different volcanoes, three of which are still active and fill the Hawaiian night sky with a beautiful orange glow. First colonized by intrepid Polynesians who traveled thousands of miles across the open ocean in canoes, this island was the seat of power for King Pai'ea Kamehameha, more commonly known as Kamehameha the Great.
Kamehameha conquered the Hawaiian Islands and established the Kingdom of Hawaii in 1810, which lasted until 1893 when an American-led coup d'etat overthrew the last monarch of Hawaii, Queen Lili'uokalani. Today, the Big Island is a beloved tourist destination, best known for combining snowy slopes and tropical beaches in a landmass the size of Connecticut. Visitors travel from all over the world to experience the verdant spectacle of this unique island.
Directions from Kona International Airport to Kona Reef:
1. Head south on Kupipi St toward Keahole Airport Rd (0.2 mi) 2. Turn left toward Keahole Airport Rd (0.1 mi) 3. Continue straight onto Keahole Airport Rd (0.5 mi) 4. Turn right onto HI-19/Queen Kaahumanu Hwy (6.8 mi) 5. Turn right onto Palani Rd (0.5 mi) 6. Continue onto Alii Dr, destination will be on the right (1.0 mi)
Kona Reef's office hours are from 9:00am - 5:00pm Sunday through Friday and 8:00am - 8:00pm on Saturday. If you're going to arrive later in the day, please call the office and our personnel will review late check-in procedures with you.
The floor plans displayed are a sample of the unit types and are not to scale. We cannot guarantee specific unit occupancy and we are unable to inform you which specific unit you will occupy until you arrive and check into your room.
ē 1 bedroom units have either 1 King or 1 Queen size bed, 1 queen size sofa sleeper or Murphy bed, 1 bath and a private lanai