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Situated alongside 32 pristine oceanfront acres alongside the Kohala Coast of Hawai’i Island, Fairmont Orchid presents the spirit of aloha with an emphasis on the surrounding space’s historic tradition.
Offering a plethora of lodge actions that give the company a deep dive into Hawaiian tradition, the company is simply immersed in a genuine island of Hawai‘i vacation experience.
From their lush tropical gardens, cascading waterfalls, and a tranquil white sand beach and lagoon, guests get to know their ‘Aina (land) and heritage the fun way.
With 540 spacious guest rooms, suites, and the exclusive Fairmont Gold concierge floor, the warmth and ‘ohana is reflected in the hotel’s design aesthetic.
Their suite collection includes two presidential suites, both measuring 3,736 sq. ft., one in each tower. Each offers commanding ocean views, two private lanais, an 8-seat dining room, and a master bedroom with a dressing area and full bathroom.
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One of the jewels to the property’s crown is their award-winning Spa Without Walls which allows guests to discover true relaxation and escape their everyday routines.
Choose from eight private outdoor waterfall hales (huts), six oceanfront cabanas, or three indoor treatment rooms and enjoy the soothing sounds of water, pleasant ocean breezes, and a floral scent that fills the air. Sink into deep relaxation with a Lomi Lomi massage or a volcanic mud wrap that integrates the natural therapeutic environment, Native Hawaiian healing arts, and locally sourced products.
Get to know the ‘aina and kai(sea) with a number of water- or land-based activities hosted at the property’s seaside shack. From a dawn ocean outrigger canoe journey to begin your day to studying to make lei, taking part in the ‘ukulele and coconut palm frond weaving classes, a staff of educated cultural ambassadors shares their data and storytelling alongside the manner.
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After an extended time out at sea or exploring the surrounding ‘aina, the lodge resort presents six eating ideas with seasonally impressed menus. Enjoy a hearty breakfast at Orchid Court with their in-depth island breakfast buffet after which swing by Brown’s Deli for lunch gadgets to take pleasure in around the pool or to take off the property.
Also poolside is Hale Kai restaurant which is one other nice choice for a refreshing lunch or informal dinner to catch the sundown. Local, Hawaiian, and Japanese delicacies are proven off at Binchotan Bar & Grill, whereas the Luana Lounge affords hand-crafted sushi and cocktails in an intimate spot off the foyer.
Perched above Pauoa Bay, Brown’s Beach House is the resort’s fine-dining venue which affords one among the island’s most spectacular sundown panoramas and even a separate vegan menu.
“We take great care to source a majority of our seafood and produce from local purveyors, so our guests may indulge in authentic Hawai‘i regional cuisine while dining at our signature oceanfront restaurant, Brown’s Beach House,” shares General Manager Charles Head.
“This 12 months, we’re additionally inviting our company to reap the fruit, greens, and herbs onsite at our Chef’s Garden by our new Ulu Pono Garden Experience which affords individuals a significant alternative to attach with the ‘aina (land) and learn the stories of the plants and people that make Hawai‘i Island so special.”
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The resort also prides itself on going beyond what it means for guests to travel to a luxury resort as they are proponents of mindful travel.
In partnership with the Hawai‘i Tourism Authority and the Hawai’i Visitors and Convention Bureau and its Island Chapters, Fairmont Orchid actively participates in the Malama Hawai’i programming. Malama which means “to care for”, is shown through the resort’s offerings.
“This renewed focus on ‘Malama Hawai’i’ empowers our company to go beneath the floor as they discover our stunning island-dwelling and join with our land, tradition, and group in a significant manner,” says General Manager Charles Head. “
As visitors engage in authentic experiences on the island that leave a positive impact, it is our hope that they return home from their travels with an enhanced appreciation for this special place we get to call home.”
Fairmont Orchid’s Malama Hawai’i package permits the company to obtain a fifth evening free and day-by-day breakfast in the alternative for collaborating in a voluntourism exercise by choosing trusted non-profit companions on the island reminiscent of the Waikoloa Dry Forest Initiative.
This non-profit permit volunteers the distinctive expertise of planting native timber to revive the 275-acre lowland dry forest and $30 from each bundle booked immediately advantages Waikoloa Dry Forest.
Located 22 miles north of Ellison Onizuka Kona International Airport, the spirit of aloha is embodied all through Fairmont Orchid. Make the most of your Hawai’i Island seaside trip and select from one among their common lodge packages which could be seen right here