Kolea at Waikoloa Beach Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKolea at Waikoloa Beach Resort
Fantastic buildings with all the amenities you'd need. It's pretty secluded from the crowds of people you get at the big resorts around here, but you still have full access to all the shops.
It's within driving distance of many attractions (Snorkelling! Body boarding!) and a great place to relax after a day in the sun.
If I get a chance, I'd stay again.
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