Hawaii

  • Yoga Room: Hawaii Island Retreat at Ahu Pohaku Ho'omaluhia

    The main yoga/event room is a place for relaxation and clarity. This room overlooks the Pacific Ocean, and sliding doors open to create an indoor-to-nature experience. Overlooking the north shore of…   See the Image

  • Spa: Hawaii Island Retreat at Ahu Pohaku Ho'omaluhia

    The spa buildings overlook the saltwater pool oasis. These spaces double as relaxation rooms and exercise rooms. The hotel often hosts hula classes here that overlook the pool and the sacred valley.   See the Image

  • Private Cove: Hawaii Island Retreat at Ahu Pohaku Ho'omaluhia

    This is a view 130 feet above the shore of the private cove at Hawaii Island Resort. A 15-minute walk through the sacred valley and past native Hawaiian trees will take you to the shore of the cove.…   See the Image

  • Pool: Hawaii Island Retreat at Ahu Pohaku Ho'omaluhia

    The boutique hotel's saltwater infinity pool offers celebrities and visitors a place to relax. The pool overlooks their ancient valley full of Hawaiian relics and sacred sites.   See the Image

  • Massage Bungalow: Hawaii Island Retreat at Ahu Pohaku Ho'omaluhia

    One of the secluded massage bungalows overlooking the sacred valley and ancient Hawaiian circle of stones. Their eco spa, Maluhia, was designed and built with nature in mind.   See the Image

  • Hula Class: Hawaii Island Retreat at Ahu Pohaku Ho'omaluhia

    Hula class at Maluhia Spa. Honoring the history of Hawaii is a main focus at the Hawaii Island Retreat. The hotel also offers legend and lore hikes that highlight the ancient history of their land…   See the Image

  • Penthouse: Hawaii Island Retreat at Ahu Pohaku Ho'omaluhia

    The private retreat offers 10 elegant, spacious rooms and suites, each furnished with turn-of-the-century Hawaiian furniture and outfitted with a large bathroom with soaking tub and separate shower.   See the Image

  • Exterior: Hawaii Island Retreat at Ahu Pohaku Ho'omaluhia

    Hawaii Island Retreat was modeled after the Iolani Palace, the official residence of King Kalakaua, the last monarch of Hawaii. Like the palace, the hotel was built to symbolize the rich history and…   See the Image

  • Solar Panels: Hawaii Island Retreat at Ahu Pohaku Ho'omaluhia

    “In harmony with nature, we produce our own electricity and heat with solar panels, grow our own organic fruits and vegetables and produce our own eggs and cheese,” says co-owner Jeanne Sunderland.…   See the Image

  • Exotic Decor: Sue Wong’s Home in Kipahulu, Hawaii

    Outfitted in Balinese furniture, the living room also boasts a spectacular tropical flower arrangement sourced from the estate’s own gardens.   See the Image

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