Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel (4*)

Situated on the sunny Kohala Coast, Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel shares 1,839 acres of oceanfront paradise with the legendary Mauna Kea Beach Hotel, and features 350 guestrooms including 36 oceanfront suites which are perfectly nestled into the bluffs above the renowned Hapuna Beach


Hotel Details

  • located on 32 oceanfront acres
  • 18 hole golf course designed by Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay
  • Hapuna Beach, natural white sand beach
  • signature restaurants offering Hawaii Regional and Japanese cuisines
  • Paul Brown salon and spa
  • Ricoh business center
  • 14,800 sq ft of indoor function space
  • 71,000 sq ft of outdoor function space
  • fitness facilities
  • reciprocal signing privileges at Mauna Kea Beach Hotel


Room Features

All guestrooms feature:

  • private lanai with garden, partial ocean and ocean views
  • mini-refrigerator
  • coffee maker with kona blend coffee replenished daily
  • cable TV
  • complimentary locking safe for valuables



  • Coast Grille – serves the freshest island ingredients featuring Kona Lobster Bisque to Grass Fed Big Island Burgers to Pan Roasted Troll Caught Mahi Mahi overlooking the Pacific blue
  • Café Hapuna – located in the lobby, the Café Hapuna offers coffee drinks, breakfast sweets, calzones, pizza, salad bar, gourmet cookies and cupcakes
  • Ocean Terrace – casual open-air breakfast restaurant offering a thoughtful mix of healthy, creative items overlooking Hapuna Beach and the blue Pacific
  • Beach Bar – located poolside, the Beach Bar features lunch and early afternoon fare with salads, sandwiches, fresh island fish and full bar
  • Reef Lounge – set just beneath the lobby, the open-air Reef Lounge provides spectacular ocean views of Hapuna Beach and the Kohala coastline from its central location
  • Hakone Buffet – features authentic Japanese cuisine with popular choices including assorted sushi, peel-n-eat shrimp, crab claws, shrimp tempura, tri-tip teriyaki steak, steamed clams, tonkatsu, dim sum basket, and much more



  • Pilates
  • body sculpting
  • spinning
  • cycling
  • zumba
  • yoga
  • golf
  • tennis
  • water sports
  • deep-sea fishing
  • helicopter tours
  • whale watching
  • resort shopping
  • stargazing
  • kids programs


NEW! How you can make your stay more authentic, sustainable and memorable

These tips provide the insider’s knowledge on how travelers can engage with local culture, make their vacations more memorable, promote sustainability in the region, and enhance their overall holiday experience.

  • When visiting the Big Island a week after Easter Sunday in March/April, travelers are lucky to catch a weeklong celebration which is the world’s premier hula event held in Hilo - The Merrie Monarch Festival. Exciting expression of music, dance and storytelling are all part of this moving celebration.
  • Make sure to visit Farmers' Markets on Hawaii Island and find a unique diversity of ethnic foods, fresh produce, as well as locally made artwork, crafts and gifts.
  • Hawaii experience will not be complete unless travelers try one of the local dining spots. Often times there are a lot of local dining spots available around the resorts, and by visiting them you are not only going to get a great island experience, but also help local community.
Please Note: Time restrictions and extra charges may apply for some activities, watersports or facilities. Some restaurants may be open for certain meals only, have a dress code in effect and/or require reservations. While Sparkling Voyages makes every effort to ensure the accuracy of the information contained herein, it cannot be held responsible for changes, omissions or errors.