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 RatingBased on 3311 reviews
We were really looking forward to staying at the Marriot. And we were very disappointed. The Hotel is really quite basic, and for the price, I was expecting a lot more. There are some very good things about it...the staff were all just wonderful and friendly, the rooms are clean and nicely decorated, and the beds are fabulous, but that is where it ends. For such a large hotel, the facilities are woefully inadequate. The pools are not very big and are far too warm and not refreshing at all. There are 3 spa pools which were so hot it felt like you would burn alive. And the pools were dirty (and surrounding areas) and did not look well maintained at all. At night, kids would play in the pool screaming and yelling till at least 11pm. The amenities in the rooms are scarce,and our room wasn't serviced on 2 days. There is a small coffee shop open 7 mornings a week and 4 nights a week it becomes a bar...why not every night?? . The restaraunt downstairs was faily uninspiring and expensive, and that was your only dining option within the hotel. The hotel is qute isolated and there is no public transport nearby, so your options are to hire a car or Uber / Taxi everywhere. It all adds up. This could be a great hotel, but sadly it just didn't offer anything inspiring. By our fifth day, we just wanted to leave. Sorry Marriot Waikoloa but you've lost us.
I was very disappointed in how they handled check in and my luggage. The bell hop held our luggage and wouldn’t release it because they said I couldn’t use their carts. Then I went to Carter the manager and he pretty much said tough luck. My dad had heart medication that he needed and my daughter had allergy medication. Very poorly handled, they treat some guests like royalty and some like trash
A little over the top for me
I'm from Hawaii so this resort seemed a little pretentious. It does have some lovely activities..Swimming with dolphin and a decent Luau ...I just prefer a more down home experience yet I know that many folks find it appealing and this is good.
Not the best "Resort" property for peace and quit!
We spent 8 nights at this property and were very disappointed. The rooms were nice but the bar (1) and restaurant (1) were just okay. It was advertised as having an "Adult" pool which we thought would be for adults only. Wrong! There are 3 pools, most small, and all were overrun with screaming and playing children. Not very relaxing if you just wanted to get some peace and quite around the pool. For a resort this size you would expect better separation of adults and children. The restaurant was just mediocre and the food was nothing special. What was special about everything at this resort was the price. The resort fee of $30 per day is just unacceptable. Just include it in the price of the room if one cannot opt out of this ridiculous fee! Then there is the parking fee. Also very big and the parking lot is empty most of the time. We felt deceived in the advertising of this resort and robbed by the high cost of things and all the extra fees. We will certainly not ever be going back to this place and would others to stay away too. You receive very poor value for your dollar.
Lovely convenient hotel.
Loved our time at this hotel. We arrived after a full day travelling from London, England. Although large it is also very friendly with a lovely welcoming lobby. Our room was spotless with fabulous balcony and sea views. Nice large powerful shower. Comfortable bed. Breakfast buffet was very good with a lovely boy on omelette duty. The grounds and swimming pools are kept very neat and tidy. We watched the boys readying for the luau, preparing the pit and they talked us through how they were cooking the Kalua Pig. Very interesting. Anaehoomalu Bay is still very beautiful but so very different since we had last visited before the 2011 tsunami damage. The fish ponds are very peaceful and nice watching fish hiding under bridges. This is a perfect hotel for visiting after a long days travel. Just a short drive from airport but quiet and peaceful with the wonderful views.