Aston Kona By The Sea
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... point of the US! Actually we had been there before in 2006, when my family had the reunion. I remember being there with my sisters. Today there were more people there than I remembered, perhaps it was because it was the weekend. There were quite a few locals there fishing. Luckily, one of the caught a big Ahi tuna fish. Watching them getting that big fish up the cliff was quite exciting. 2 of them jumped from the cliff down into the ocean, killed the fish, ...
After arriving here, my housemate Natasha and I went food shopping at target. Seemed a little too traditional for me but just driving through the town is unbelievable. Everything is rock lava from the volcano taking out this side of the island many years ago. Day one was spent on Kekaha Kai park. The beach is very rocky and the swell that came in three days ago is still present. Waves were crashing way to hard for me to go into the water. When we got back ...
... free. While we waited we spent time at the museum, the audio guide was excellent. At 8.45 we watch a movie explaining in full details of the Japanese attack. Then we were ferried to the Arizona memorial, which is built over the sunken wreck of the SS Arizona Battleship. When the attack happened and the ship sank with nearly a thousand of its crew on board, it was decided to leave the men where they died and the memorial was erected in remembrance of ...
... lovely spot, we enjoyed our swim and we had our picnic lunch there before moving on.
Driving up the coast the scenery changed to desert again, such an amazing difference. We were speaking to a man today who was telling us that the Big Island has 11 different climate zones and there is only 13 worldwide, he said 2 weeks ago (must have been just before we arrived) they ...
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Stayed at Kona By the Sea for three nights last week. The view from our "ocean-front" condo was superb. Beautiful sunsets from the lanai - wonderful coffee-drinking views in the morning moon-light. The location of the condo was superb - convenient to the southern snorkeling sites and parks, near enough shopping but not right in the middle of all the bustling traffic.
Price is right
We reserved 2 bedrooms oceanfront rooms. The view from Lanai is awesome. Their condo bathrooms are very small. Wish the condo provided us salt and pepper plus the paper towels for the kitchen. The rooms need new furnitures and some face lift. Overall, we enjoyed our stay.
Just returned from Kona By the Sea and agree with all of the positive comments on this site. You cannot beat the view from any of the condos and the staff were excellent right down to the activity desk in the lobby. One of the most fun things we did was take a sunset dinner/party cruise on Captain Beans catamaran. We highly recommend it...great staff, singers, dancers, all you can eat food and drink. Well worth the price (around $50 if you have CAA/AAA cards) and that includes bus pick up from right in front of the condo! We think they lost money of us that night!
Can't say enough good about this place. The location, the views, the size of the rooms, the 2 bathrooms in the 1 bedroom unit, the washer and dryer...all were top rate. Did I mention the view? Every morning was a delight waking up and enjoying a relaxing cup of coffee and reading the newspaper on the lanai while watching the surfers and the waves. Great value, great place to stay!
We stayed at Kona by the Sea for 1 week in Sept, 2003. I was a little disappointed in the area it was in - it wasn't that tropical/resorty.
Sea Turtles in the Backyard
Delightful condo hotel, the comforts of home with daily maid service.
Quiet location yet close to the action of downtown Kailua-Kona. We enjoyed watching the sea turtles sunning themselves right on the hotel's rocky shoreline.
What a great base for exploring the Big Island. Stayed for a week (April 28 - May 5, 2003). Booked the place thru Priceline and weren't sure what to expect, but read the reviews on this sight, along with other sites, and figured it would be "ok." Well, it was much more than "ok." Nothing fancy, but more than adequate. Far enough away from "downtown" Kailua-Kona to be quiet, but only a 5 minute drive. Nice clean room (1 bedroom 2 baths is FANTASTIC), friendly staff, fully equipped kitchen, laundry in the unit, and a great view (even though it was called "partial," it was great, you either look down the coast in partial view, or straight out at the ocean with "full ocean view." Either we didn't have anyone above, below, or on the side of us, or this place is very well sound-proofed ... we didn't hear a soul. We only have two complaints (if you can call them that) ... no salt and pepper shakers in the kitchen and parking is kind of tight, so rent a small car!
A friend and I stayed at Kona-by-the-Sea for 2 nights, and we wished we could have stayed for a week. The lobby is "outdoors" and a little dark and plain, but once we checked out the ocean-view condo, we were in love with the place. Our spacious lanai overlooked the pool with the surf crashing right on the other side of a short lava rock wall (there's a small man-made beach if you want some sand). Our unit was immaculate, well-furnished with washer/dryer, full kitchen, 2 bathrooms, etc. The first night we sat on the rocks and watched the sun set. Gorgeous. We didn't want to leave. I'd go back in a heartbeat!
We arrived in Hawaii after a week in Maui. May 2001, We met our son and his girlfriend at the airport and rented a car and off to Kona by the Sea. Upon arrival we were upgraded to a 2 bedroom Ocean front Condo. It was magnificent. The staff was very friendly. This property is conveniently located, although we drove to town and all around the island. We would definately stay here again!
Memorable Stay at a beautiful Hotel
26 of us went to "The Big Island" for out daughters wedding and most of us stayed at Aston Kona by the Sea. This has to be one of the most beautiful settings I've ever seen. We toured all over, looking at the volcanos, the waterfalls and the different beaches (black sand, green sand, etc.) but the beach where the hotel is located is just as beautiful. When I go back, I won't travel all over the island, or even rent a car, I will spend more time around the hotel and ride the trolley into town (about 5 miles) if I get bored. The rooms, the staff, the bar and restaurant are all first rate.