2 Jul 2020
Most visitors to Hawai'i Island come to enjoy our beautiful outdoors, whether they enjoy playing in the ocean, riding horses at one of our many ranches, or simply sunbathing on Hawaii Island's pristine beaches. Sometimes, a family simply wants a place to gather together and enjoy each other's company. These Hawaii vacation homes are ones you will never want to leave!
East Hawai’i Island
Uli Kai (the Deep Blue Sea) has a beautiful grassy yard and mature, tropical landscaping. There’s enough here to keep the whole family entertained and room for the kiddos to play, including a fully fenced, in-ground saline pool and deck, hot tub, lounge chairs, gas grill, and an outdoor space for dining by the pool. There are two living areas – one downstairs and one upstairs. The upstairs kitchen has everything you could possibly need or want to cook up those delicious island meals. The screened upstairs lanai is the perfect place to have coffee in the mornings, and also has an outdoor dining space.
Welcome to Kaloli Sunrise by the Sea! This beautiful home sleeps five and has a beautiful outdoor pool! Upstairs, you’ll find the living room, kitchen and two bedrooms. There are ocean views from every room here. The upstairs lanai features an outdoor dining space that seats six and is the perfect place to enjoy your coffee in the mornings. The master bedroom with ensuite bath features a gorgeous, Cal King, canopy bed and frame made from elephant bamboo, and a cozy reading nook. The ensuite bath includes a stand-up shower and a large walk-in closet.
Located on the pristine and perennially sunny shores of Puako, a quaint oceanfront community on the Big Island's Kohala Coast, Hale I’a U’i (house of beautiful fish) is a 5,384 sq. ft. waterfront home that offers a truly private and luxurious experience. It's perfect for families looking to relax at home and enjoy the simple pleasures of life in Hawaii.
After a day of fun in the sun, relax in one of several recreational areas. The upstairs living room features a pool table, a wet bar, a large HDTV with surrounding seating, and huge pocket doors that open to the exterior lanais that offer more epic ocean views. The air-conditioned media room hosts a digital home theatre system with a wall-size HD projector screen and DVD player.
The outdoor perks at Hale I’a U’i are boundless. Fit for outdoor lounging, there are two fabulous gazebos with daybeds on the lanai. The oceanfront yard offers a shallow dipping pool for warm afternoons and a large hot tub for cooler Big Island nights. With the water's edge right at your doorstep, you can meander the 150 feet down to the shore and snorkel in the cool, calm waters.
With accommodations for up to 8 guests, this 3-bedroom, 4-bath villa in Champion Ridge at the Mauna Lani Resort is an ideal family vacation home. Imagine yourself floating through the cool water of your own heated Infinity pool, feeling the warm sun on your face. As you glide over to the pool’s edge, soak in the unobstructed view of the Pacific Ocean just steps away.
In the cool of the evenings, slip into the large hot tub, allowing the warm, bubbling jets to massage away any cares, as you gaze at the clear sky, perhaps with a glass of your favorite beverage in hand. Here at Champion Ridge #4, it’s easy to focus on your relaxation and enjoy your Big Island adventure in grand style.
The covered lanai offers the best in outdoor living. Curl up with your book or electronic device on the sofa or one of the two chairs in the lounge grouping. Let the grillmaster work his or her magic in the outdoor kitchen with a gas grill and then feast at one of the several alfresco dining tables.
Located on a quiet oceanfront property just south of commercial Kona, this two-bedroom, two-bath vintage cottage boasts a large covered lanai, classic Hawaiiana furnishings, and a grassy yard with parking. With one queen bed and three twins, it’s ideal for a small-to-medium size family or a couple wanting some well-earned space and relaxation.
The kitchen, with both a bar and a dining area for four, features ocean views to the north and south, where whales splashing offshore can be seen regularly from November through March. Two surf spots are located just out front to either side — one for all levels and one for experts only — and a short walk down the road leads to a small convenience store and a surf shop where you'll find watersports rentals, including surfboards and dive gear.