Posted on: October 30, 2012
Hawaii Island Hotel Packages
Fall travelers find added value in Hawaii Island hotel packages
The newly renovated Sheraton Kona is offering a family friendly package. // © 2012 Sheraton Kona Resort and Spa
Mainland temperatures may be chilly these days, but Hawaii Island is warm year-round and its fall hotel packages are downright sizzling. Take a look at these late-2012 deals from five island accommodations, perfect for value-seeking clients.
Dragonfly Ranch, a Kona Coast bed and breakfast, is offering its Ohana (family) off-season discount of up to one-third off its three luxury suites, through Dec. 20. The healing arts center features spa pamperings, gluten-free breakfasts and wellness activities.
Four Seasons Resort Hualalai gives guests a $500 resort credit on their five-night stay in ocean view and above room categories with its Experience Hualalai package. Guests booking suites get a $1,000 credit with the Experience More package, and clients staying ten nights or longer receive a respective $1,000 or $2,000 credit.
Mauna Lani Bay Hotel and Bungalows guests can save 25 percent nightly on room rates and receive a $50 daily credit for dining, spa or golf when they stay four days or more at the Kohala Coast resort. Applicable to all room categories from garden view to ocean view suites, it’s good on bookings made by Nov. 30 for travel through Dec. 23.
Sheraton Kona Resort and Spa is inviting visitors to experience the results of its major renovation by booking a family package linked to the release of Disney Pixar’s “Finding Nemo 3D.” The deal provides connecting rooms, a $25 daily resort credit, 3D glasses and a beach towel. Rates start at $289 per night through Dec. 31 (promo code LFR).
Waipio Wayside Bed and Breakfast, a historic 1932 sugar plantation lodging located near Waipio Valley, is celebrating its 25th anniversary by offering a free room upgrade through Dec. 20. Each of the five units comes with a private bath. The B&B recently earned a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence for 2012.