Fairmont Orchid Hawaii

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Kohala Coast, HI Hotel
Fairmont Hotels
Total meeting space10,034 sq. m
Guest rooms540
One North Kaniku Drive
Kohala Coast, HI 96743

Fairmont Orchid Hawaii

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Kohala Coast, HI Hotel




2019 - Conde Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards: Top 15 Resorts in Hawai’i 2019 - Pacific Business News: Pineapple Award Honoree Kelley Cosgrove (General Manager) 2019 - USA Today 10 Best Reader’s Choice Awards: Top Hotel on Hawai'i Island and #3 Hotel in the state of Hawai'i 2019 - Travel + Leisure World’s Best Awards: Top 15 Resort Hotels in Hawai'i 2019 - US News & World Report: Top Ten Hotels in Hawai'i 2019 - Kona-Kohala Chamber of Commerce Pualu Award: Environmental Awareness 2018 - Travel + Leisure World’s Best Awards: Top 15 Resort Hotels in Hawai'i 2018 - Golf Digest, Editor’s Choice: Best Golf Resorts in Hawai'i 2018 - Conde Nast Traveler, Readers’ Choice Award: Top 25 Hotels in Hawai'i 2018 - World Travel Magazine’s Hot Places for Cool Family Fun 2017 - AAA Four Diamond Award 2017 - AAA Four Diamond Award-Brown’s Beach House 2017 - Condé Nast Traveler, Readers' Choice Award: Top 25 Hotels in Hawai'i 2017 - Travel+Leisure World’s Best Awards: Top 15 Resort Hotels in Hawai'i


Room features and guest services

  • Calls (Local)
  • Calls (Toll-free)
  • Concierge services
  • Internet access
  • Laundry service
  • View (Ocean or water)
  • Voicemail box


  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite gift shop
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Onsite security
  • Pet friendly
  • Rental car service

Business services

  • Business center

Recreational activities

  • Golf course on grounds
  • Health club
  • Outdoor pool
  • Spa or salon
  • Tennis courts
  • Whirlpool

Venue accessibility

  • Airport shuttle
  • Taxi

Photo Gallery


Meeting Space

Total meeting space10,034 sq. m
Meeting rooms26
Largest room1,301 sq. m
Second largest room867 sq. m

Floor plans

Guest rooms

Total guest rooms540
Single (1 bed)310
Double (2 beds)230
Tax rate4.712%
Occupancy rate10.25%




Local Attractions

Puako Petroglyph Archaeological Preserve

Historical landmark
1 mi. away
Along the Kohala Coast, the Puako Petroglyph Archaeological Preserve features more than a thousand petroglyphs, or kii pohaku, lava rock carvings etched into stone centuries ago by Native Hawaiians. Although the true meanings of the petroglyphs are unknown, it is generally thought these carvings are records of births and other significant events in the lives of the people who lived on Hawaii Island long ago. Just a short walk from the Fairmont Orchid Hawaii, Holoholokai Beach (a well manicured beach-park with facilities) and the Mauna Lani Resort, you can see the carvings of human forms, canoes, turtles and others in the captivating petroglyphs fields of Puako. Take the kids on a petroglyph hunt and ask them what they think these ancient symbols could mean.
Holoholokai Beach Park Road
Kohala Coast, HI, US 96743

Akaka Falls State Park

66 mi. away
At Akaka Falls State Park, located along the northeastern Hamakua Coast, you can see two gorgeous waterfalls on one short hike. The pleasant 0.4-mile uphill hike will take you through a lush rainforest filled with wild orchids, bamboo groves and draping ferns. As you follow the paved footpath, you'll first see 100-foot Kahuna Falls. Continue to follow the loop around the bend, and you'll discover towering Akaka Falls which plummets 442-feet into a stream-eroded gorge. Beautiful Akaka Falls is perhaps Hawaii Island's most famous waterfall. Easily accessible, this hike takes less than an hour.
Honomu, HI, US 96728

Pololu Valley

36 mi. away
As you drive north on Highway 270 where the black lava landscapes of the Kohala Coast give way to the flourishing, green pastures of North Kohala, you’ll be rewarded at the end of your journey with an unforgettable view from the Pololu Valley Overlook. Park your car in the small parking lot that is literally at the end of the road and treat yourself to an inspiring view of the verdant cliffs of Pololu Valley and the dramatic northeastern coastline. Horses graze on the hillside as you look out at the small island outcroppings sitting in the waters offshore and the lovely black sand beach at the mouth of the valley. You can take a steep hike down to the valley floor and the black sand beach, although swimming is discouraged because of strong currents. Along with the Waipio Valley Overlook, which also offers a view of Hawaii Island’s northeastern tip but from the south side, this is one of the most spectacular panoramic views on Hawaii Island.

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

96 mi. away
Watch the landscape change before your very eyes at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Located 30 miles southwest of Hilo, this is the home of Kilauea volcano, one of the most active volcanoes on earth. The chance to witness the primal process of creation and destruction make this park one of the most popular visitor attraction in Hawaii and a sacred place for Native Hawaiians. Founded in 1916, the Park encompasses 333,000 acres from the summit of Maunaloa to the sea. Here you'll find 150 miles of hiking trails through volcanic craters, scalded deserts and rainforests as well as a museum, petroglyphs, a walk-in lava tube and two active volcanoes: Maunaloa, which last erupted in 1984 and Kilauea which has been erupting since January 3rd, 1983. The extraordinary natural diversity of the park was recognized in 1980 when it was named a World Biosphere site by UNESCO and in 1987 when the park was again honored as a World Heritage site. Kilauea is sometimes called "the world's only drive-in volcano." This prolific volcano currently produces 250,000-650,000 cubic yards of lava per day, enough to resurface a 20-mile-long, two-lane road daily. As of January 1994, 491 acres of new land have been created on Hawaii Island. The current eruption may last another 100 years or stop tomorrow. Pele, the volcano goddess who lives here, is very unpredictable. But the chance to watch Kilauea's blistering lava flows meet the sea is just one of the reasons to visit.
P.O. Box 52
HI, US 96718-0052

Mauna Kea Summit

Historical landmark
48 mi. away
Standing at 13,796 feet above sea level and over 32,000 feet from the ocean floor (making it taller than Mount Everest), don’t be surprised to see snow on Maunakea’s peaks during the winter. Take a guided tour to the summit for excellent stargazing opportunities or visit the Onizuka Center for International Astronomy Visitor Information Station (at 9,300-feet) for additional stargazing and to learn more about astronomy atop Maunakea.
Mauna Kea Access Road
Hilo, HI, US 96720

Puuhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park

51 mi. away
Located on the coast of Honaunau Bay in south Kona, Puuhonua o Honaunau immerses you in Hawaiian culture. This 180-acre national historic park was once the home of royal grounds and a place of refuge for ancient Hawaiian lawbreakers. Kapu, or sacred laws, were of utmost importance to Hawaiian culture and the breaking of kapu could mean death. A kapu-breaker's only chance for survival was to evade his pursuers and make it to a puuhonua, or a sacred place of refuge. Once there, a ceremony of absolution would take place and the law-breaker would be able to return to society. Hundreds of years old yet beautifully restored, Puuhonua o Honaunau remains one of Hawaii's most sacred historic places. Follow the park and map and take a self-guided walking tour and explore the grounds including the Great Wall, standing 10-feet high and 17-feet thick. Fierce kii, or wooden images of gods, guard the Hale o Keawe Heiau, a sacred temple that housed the bones of 23 alii (chiefs). A black lava rock shoreline hindered kapu-breakers from approaching by sea. Beyond the puuhonua, explore the nearby Royal Grounds, which were the sacred home of alii. See Keoneele Cove, the royal canoe landing; the Keoua Stone, the favorite resting place of the high chief of Kona, Keaoua; as well as halau (thatched work house), fishponds and a heiau (sacred temple) that is one of the oldest structures in the park. Beautiful at sunset, this sacred place gives visitors an important glimpse into early Hawaiian culture.
P.O. Box 129
Honaunau, HI, US 96726

Distance from airport

  • 37.01 km from venue


  • Valet parking$22.00 / day
Affiliated Organizations


Rise and shine at the beautiful, oceanfront Fairmont Orchid, Hawaii. There is no better place to wake up than the sun-soaked Kohala Coast, with breakfast al fresco awaiting you at The Orchid Court restaurant. The Fairmont Orchid is an island oasis featuring a unique Hawaiian spa, fully equipped Fitness Center, an oceanfront, 10,000-square-foot swimming pool, top-class tennis courts, and an award-winning selection of cuisine. Guests also have access to a 36-hole golf course adjacent to the hotel.


High season
Jan 2 – Apr 2
Shoulder season
Apr 3 – Jun 2
Low season
Aug 21 – Dec 21

Additional Information

Awarded as: USA: Hawaii's Leading Golf Resort 2006 If it's blissful escape you seek, you'll savor our authentic Hawaiian outdoor Spa Without Walls with both waterfall massage hale (huts) and breathtaking oceanfront massage cabanas that draw from our island's natural healing mana (power). For fine dining from casual to elegant, our culinary team draws from abundant local seafood and agricultural produce to create delectable Big Island Cuisine. Find the perfect souvenir at any of our stores.