Courtyard by Marriott is extremely proud to re-introduce the all new Courtyard King Kamehameha's Kona Beach Hotel.
Values realeated to administratives fees are already included at the moment of purchase at the HURB website.Local fees, services fees and resort fees may not be included and should be paid directly to the hotel.
Based on 3633 reviews
Great Hotel at a Fair Price
We stayed at the Courtyard King Kamehameha for a week in March, during our spring break, and it was lovely. The location is perfect, with it being walking distance to many of the town ammenities, next to a small public beach, that was surprisingly uncrowded. My daughter enjoyed their pool above all else, anyway. The room itself looked a little dated & shabby, so could probably do with some updating, but nothing major enough to ruin our stay. All the staff we met were friendly and helpful, including the luau staff, most of the stores and the onsite restaurants - especially my daughter's favourite the Shaved Ice. The only issues we had onsite were with the pool wait-staff taking quite a long time to respond to requests and the fire alarm having gone off twice during the evening hours, causing a lot of upset with the little ones. Not much explanation or compensation was given either.
Great location, great hotel
Stayed here in March 2020. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay here. The hotel is very clean, bed and pillows were comfy, bathroom was very clean. It seemed that it was recently renovated; the room looked updated and fresh. Had a nice veranda to sit on and listen to all the birds in the morning. There's an ABC Store attached so you can get everything you might need from snacks to souvenirs. The luau was fun, but since it rained the evening of the luau, it was held in the conference room instead of the lovely hotels grounds, but fun nonetheless. The grounds are well kept. There's a small beach/bay right outside for lounging or snorkeling with a rental hut for chairs, umbrellas, canoes, etc.Daily chair rental was included as well as two free drinks at the poolside bar. Nice pool with poolside bar and restaurant with good food and drinks. Daily chair rental was included. Located within close walking distance of shops and good restaurants. Entire hotel staff was very friendly and helpful. Close to the main highway. About 20 minutes from the airport. We wouldn't hesitate to stay here again.
Big changes from last year
Specifically booked this hotel after outstanding experience from spring 2019, found many changes some welcome such as the remodels, other not so much, the resort fee is as described by a member of management as a "hotel tax" to another guest-- I hope the IRS is aware of this. This "hotel tax" includes options that are not available either due to minimal staffing or things I have no interest in. Either way you gotta pay. Frankly when I reviewed some recent folios I have only paid this level of resort fees for those hotels that had movie theater's and bowling alleys, this place had neither. I hope they re-think this as the hotel has so many positive things going for it to downgrade its vibe and overall great points to the level of that other mediocre lodging chains is just sad and frankly made an upgrade to Mauna Kea up the road a great option with zero resort fees and so much more available. Lastly during the rapid changes of Covid it was difficult to find a healthy meal, only bar food was available one evening, portions were small and if you aren't a drinker you come away disappointed. Hope with your new face-lift you start to compete on your positives and not just how much you can drill from your guests with add-on's and useless mandatory resort fees for nothing.
Great hotel. Convenient location. Clean and convenient.
The room was very clean and functional. The staff was super friendly and accommodating. We loved the location for the proximity to restaurants in the village. There is a small beach for snorkeling and swimming and it was fun to rent the kayaks and go out into the bay.
Not a business hotel stayed during covid 19 crisis.
Here for business. Stayed in one of "non renovated" rooms. I need access to multiple outlets, room had a few, some outlets so loose they did not work. Has a/c but no heat. Kicker was first night emergency alarm went off. about 2:30am. Thrown out of bed, went downstairs via stairs to find out "sorry false alarm". I'm a strong believer in customer service, especially when I paying for it. So, I'm paying over $250/night for rest, I'm here on business not pleasure, and I need my sleep. I think an apology would be the minimum but nothing. Crickets.....You would think with the covid 19 crisis they would bend over backwards to please/keep customers. I get the feeling (especially with the $22/day "resort fee", $25/day self parking fee) the smiles and aloha is there as long as you pay for it.