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Royal Kona Resort

The Oceanfront Royal Kona Resort is an architectural marvel set on twelve oceanfront acres overlooking Kailua Bay in the heart of historic Kailua-Kona town on the Big Island of Hawaii.

Kailua-Kona , 800-919-8333

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Uncle Billy's Hilo Bay Hotel

Uncle Billy's Hilo Bay Hotel, located in the quaint little town of Hilo, offers an island style hotel with memories of past times. Located along historic Banyan Drive, amongst 80 year old giant banyan trees, Hilo Bay Hotel is in the heart of it all, minutes from downtown Hilo.

Hilo , 808-367-5102

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Hilo Seaside Hotel

Discover the wild side of Hawaii! From volcanoes to waterfalls, the Hilo Seaside Hotel provides adventure in paradise. Bask in warm Polynesian hospitality while enjoying the lush tropical gardens, paths and ponds of the hotel.

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Dolphin Bay Hotel

Just a short walk from downtown Hilo, Dolphin Bay Hotel offers comfortable accommodations at a reasonable price. We are a small hotel catering to those who want to get out and see Hawaii.

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Hilo Hawaiian Hotel

Hilo Hawaiian Hotel sits quietly on Hilo Bay as if watched over by Mauna Kea's peak and guarded by Kilauea's sheer majesty.

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Naniloa Volcanoes Resort

The Naniloa Volcanoes Resort is THE HOTSPOT to access ALL the adventure opportunities on the Big Island of Hawaii. Breathtaking Volcano tours, Private camping locations, Romantic day trips, white sand, black sand and green sand beaches, surfing, fishing, bike trips, hiking, shopping, helicopter and stargazing tours all awaits you.

Hilo , 808-969-3333

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Info on Hilo

Hilo is the country capital and commercial center of the Big Island. It’s on a large crescent-shaped bay and ahs Hawaii’s second largest port. Hilo is ethnically diverse, with a lot of people of Japanese and Filipino descent. There’s also an alternative community that’s been filtering in since the ‘70s, attracted by Hilo’s affordability and the windward coast’s scenic appeal.

Twice the size of all the other major Hawaiian Islands combined, the Big Island is also the youngest. It is believed to have emerged from the sea about 800,000 years ago and as evidenced by the activity in the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, it continues to grow. Kilauea is one of the world's most active volcanoes and the islands sit atop the Pacific Plate, which is moving northward at the annual rate of 4 inches. The eastern edge of this plate is California's San Andreas Fault.

Hilo has been the victim of several major disasters. It was rebuilt twice after devastating tidal waves. The first tsunami struck in 1946 and what was not destroyed then was taken in 1960 when a second major wave hit the city.


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