Extra Value: Daily buffet breakfast for two (specific category restrictions apply).
Family: Kids 17 and under Stay Free.
Located along 15 acres of the sun-splashed Kohala Coast, this luxurious resort offers all the best Hawaii's Big Island has to offer. This renovated hotel offers warmth, comfort, and breathtaking style, unmatched by any other resort in the area. Head out for shopping, or test your swing on the 36-hole golf course. The Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort & Spa is the perfect home base for exploring all the best attractions of the Big Island, including Waikoloa Kings' and Queens' Marketplace, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Mauna Kea Observatories, City of Refuge, and more.
Well-appointed guest rooms feature authentic Polynesian and Asian decor, as well as comfortable beds, luxurious linens, high speed WiFi, mini refrigerators, and safes. Enjoy stunning views of the garden, mountains, pool, or ocean. If you must do business, copy and fax services are available, as well as a full-service business center.
Dining options are available throughout the day and evening to power your exploration of the Big Island. Hawaii Calls Restaurant and Lounge offers an elaborate daily breakfast buffet, and an a la carte menu for lunch and dinner. Enjoy your lunch poolside or in a seated area. Dinner options feature American and Pacific Rim-style cuisine. The Kona Coffee Shoppe offers local Kona coffee drinks, as well as a variety of breakfast options and pastries. On Wednesday and Saturday evenings, reserve a spot at the Sunset Luau to eat, dance, and listen to music.
Activities abound so you can enjoy the outdoors on the Big Island. Swim on the Anaeho'omalu Bay, or try kayaking, sailing, and scuba diving. A variety of watersports for the whole family are available for a fee. Relax in the outdoor infinity pool, and let the kids play in the children's pool with a waterslide. Unwind at the Mandara Spa with a full menu of spa treatments. You'll never run out of things to do, see, and explore from the Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort & Spa!
General Policies & Fine Print
Hotel requires a credit/debit card authorization or cash deposit upon check-in for incidentals; this will place a hold on your funds.
Individuals attending a convention cannot book this property for their stay. If found attending a convention, guests may be subject to higher room rates upon arrival.
Hotel Spring Break Policy:
This hotel cannot guarantee a spring-break-free environment.
Room taxes are included in vacation price.
Minimum night stay restrictions may apply.
Reservation changes may not be permitted unless authorized by the hotel.
Hotel Mandatory hotel imposed resort fee inclusions:
• Enhanced High Speed Internet Access
• Local, Inter-Island, Toll Free Connect and Long Distance Phone Calls to the United States and Canada
• International Long Distance Calls (60 minutes per day)
• Blinnk Photography – 45 minute photo session with souvenir digital photo
• Daily Hawaiian Cultural Activity
• Enterprise Car Rental - 15% discount on daily car rental (on-line or directly with the Enterprise Desk)
• Daily One Hour Ocean Sports Snorkel Equipment Rental for Two
• Arrival Shell Lei Greeting
• Sunset Luau – 20% discount on regular Luau Prices (Wednesday & Saturday evenings)
• Two (2) Complimentary bottles of water daily
• Daily Beach Yoga Class for two (2)
• Daily Pool Fitness Class for two (2)
• Two (2) complimentary coupons for one of the following: Waikoloa Sunset Punch OR House Wine OR 12 oz Draft Beer Per Stay
The above list may not be comprehensive. Mandatory hotel-imposed fees may not include tax and are subject to change. The hotel can provide current fee and inclusions when you check-in.
Customer Ratings & Reviews
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating3337 reviews
Friendly service, island beauty
We enjoyed a one-bedroom villa at this resort, fifth floor with a lovely ocean and pool view. Although it is clearly a hotel converted to timeshare (two small balconies instead of one large one), the amenities were perfect for us. We were able to fix breakfast in the suite (no range, but microwave, fridge and dishwasher) and enjoyed dining out. The nearby Island Gourmet Market supplied everything we needed. Parking might be a challenge when the resort is actually full, and the self-park spaces are a fairly long walk from the lobby. All the staff are warm and friendly. Peter at the bar shared a great album of volcano photos; he also makes a terrific mai tai. Beach shade was scarce, so we rented a cabana one day from the local vendor. At the pool we had to watch for people leaving but were usually able to find an umbrella. That might be trickier in peak season. The pools are very nice, though warm. The water slide, attended by a lifeguard, is a big draw.
Loved staying at this hotel. The grounds are beautiful and very calming. The hotel is adjacent to ʻAnaehoʻomalu Beach which is beautiful. The beach was never crowded and not loud at all, great for relaxing. The beach is also not rough and very little waves. There is a large infinity pool on the grounds, as well as 2 smaller pools that are geared more towards children. The room is clean and very updated. The staff here are super friendly and warm. Christian at the front desk was so accommodating and helpful. There is food on site including a full service restaurant called “Hawaii Calls” which has a great breakfast buffet. There is also a quick service restaurant in the lobby that has great breakfast and coffee as well. This hotel is also close to a lot of restaurants and attractions. There are shops and restaurants across the street at the King’s Shops and the Queen’s Marketplace as it is a part of the Waikoloa Beach Resort. Kona, which has many shops and restaurants as well, is about a 30 minute drive. Lastly, Blue Hawaiian helicopter tours is right down the street less than 5 minutes away. I highly recommend this hotel to anyone who wants a nice relaxing vacation on the big island.
Our vehicle was stolen from the parking lot and we barely got a "we are sorry" 10 days after
The hotel would get a 4 star review if it wasn't for the fact that our vehicle was stolen from their parking lot and they went to great lengths to basically ignore us and make sure that it was clear to us right away that they wold take no responsibility. Here is what is wrong with what happened: 1) The parking lot gate was broken, so no card or room key was needed to go out with a car and the cameras were broken too. There was no sign mentioning that and based on what they told the police officer that came to file a report, both the gate and the cameras had been broken for weeks. The security guard that assisted us was really nice but the hotel took no responsibility for their fault 2) We did not need it, but the hotel did not even offer to drive us to Kona, which is 25 minutes away (that is where the airport is). 3) We were supposed to receive a call from a hotel representative which NEVER happened. I called 4 times to follow up and left 4 messages for the general manager and he NEVER returned my calls 4) When I finally managed to talk to the head of security, he was genuinely sorry and apologetic and he promptly put the Marriot claim department in touch with me. Only issue is that the representative from the claim department did not even say "we are sorry for your vehicle"....first thing out of his mouth was that they had no responsibility because there are signs in the parking lot clearly stating that the hotel "has no responsibility in case of theft. The impression they gave me is that they did not care that a crime had happened on their facility, or at least they acted this way. They did nothing to help us and mostly wanted to get this away from them as soon as possible. The facility is nice and well priced compared to other Hotels in the area but they really need to work on their customer service and they need to start taking more accountability for what happens on their premises.Show less
Good facilities can only go so far - the service has to keep up
Was going to walk to a nearby restaurant but it started to rain so came back to the hotel. The main restaurant overlooks the hotel grounds and is quite nice in terms of interior design, but the service is very awful. The food comes out very slowly, I know this is not a fast paced place but 50 minutes I think is universally too long from ordering to getting food on the table. I mean, if this was a small family restaurant I’d understand if the service is slow, but this is a mega corporation that runs a kitchen that’s designed to be a factory that turns out food. I guess the kitchen needs some practice? Also, the drinks took like 20 minutes to come out.
I spent a week at this resort at the begining of October on a solo trip (my first to the Big Island). Thanks to the amazing staff for making my week fatastic. Charlene checked me in and I received a complimentary upgrade. Debbie and Christian at the front desk kept me laughing and were super helpful all week. Allison with the concierge was helpful with everything and got me on a helicopter tour. Her and Asia were great to speak with daily when i walked by. Michelle with the vacation club was awesome. Kyrah, keith, Allan, Oren, RJ and Mary Kay were also great and spoke to me on a daily basis. I know I'm probably leaving some people out but everyone i met and spoke with were fabulous! A hui hou...