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Sheraton Kona Resort and Spa at Keauhou Bay

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Sheraton Keauhou Bay Resort & Spa

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Sheraton Keauhou Bay Resort & Spa, crowning an ancient lava flow cascading into the waters along the Kona coast of Hawaii's Big Island, offers everything from rejuvenating spa treatments to an entertaining luau.

This resort is ideal for family vacations or Hawaii honeymoons. With Hawaii Volcanoes National Park a drivable distance away (click here for daily eruption update) and diverse landscapes at every turn, this is where you belong.

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Review date:   February 12, 2018 4:11PM
Review:   Very nice! Being a bit south of all the shops, restaurants and crowds this is a peaceful paradise. Breathtaking views everywhere. Resort is clean and staff are responsive, accommodating and knowledgeable. Rooms are up to date and well kept. We stayed in an ocean view room. Great restaurant within, Ray's By the Bay. A little pricey but this is a resort and the food is great with a wonderful bar menu, well made drinks. The grounds are very well kept with lots of space. I highly recommend it!
Author:   JoAnne Leonard
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Review date:   January 22, 2018 10:22PM
Review:   Very pretty views and well kept grounds. Pool areas and water slide are nice. Plenty of feral cats and mongooses around the property. A bit of a bummer that the pool (9:00) and pool bar (10:00) close early and even the restaurant, Rays, stops serving food at 10:30 and drinks at 11:00. There is a market with grab and go sandwiches, snacks and drinks that is open until midnight but it is quite pricy. The inside corridors could use some fresh paint. The rooms are decent, although I think the beds are a bit old and worn. Shower pressure was a bit low but not terrible. Staff were all very nice and would smile and greet you with a friendly "aloha".
Author:   Anthony G
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Review date:   February 1, 2018 2:14AM
Review:   Although the hotel was older, the paint and carpeting was in good shape, and overall it was clean. The staff was very friendly, and welcoming. I removed one star because as others have mentioned, the tile in the bathroom was dated, I could tell it had been re-grouted many times, and there was a small amount of mold in some of the grout. The room also smelled musty. I also subtracted one star because this hotel charges mandatory resort fees, as well as a fee for parking. Resort fees should be illegal - if it's mandatory, include it in the nightly rate like any reputable industry would. There's no logical reason not to, except to mask the true nightly rate of the hotel.
Author:   Mike Stevens
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Review date:   January 1, 2018 7:10PM
Review:   One of the best hotels I've ever stayed. I was impressed with the entire atmosphere; the room is good, not great and I think that's because the Kona side of Hawaii gets humid and the upkeep can be tough. I was impressed with the service! The hotel and it's pools was beautiful. The hotel also partners with another company to do a luau on its grounds. Down the street is a great place to snorkel. Overall this is a great hotel for families and couples.
Author:   Samantha Kaindi
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Review date:   February 4, 2018 12:10PM
Review:   Nice rooms with good views. Nice room service. Good and quiet location. Lots of parking space. Weekly activities about local culture. Some activities are included into the service fee - so feel remember to get the most of you money. This is the place to go for the Ray of the Bay show - a unique activity allowing you to watch they Ray in the Wild.
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