The Fairmont Orchid, Hawaii (4.5*)

The Fairmont Orchid is located on the Kohala Coast of the Island of Hawai' and offers a secluded beach, waterfall gardens and plenty of aloha spirit, surrounded by five sacred mountains, the countless blue hues of the Pacific Ocean and some of the world's best golf courses


Hotel Details

  • fitness centre featuring the latest in fitness equipment with views of the expansive lawn and pool beyond
  • full-service The Spa Without Walls
  • business services
  • high speed internet access
  • Keiki Aloha Children's Program


Room Features

All guestrooms feature:

  • Fairmont toiletries
  • in-room safe
  • refrigerator
  • 42" LG LCD flat screen TV with built in media panel
  • wooden valet clothing stand
  • pillow topper on mattress
  • Keurig coffee maker


Fairmont Rooms:

  • private lanai with a view of the gardens
  • one king or two queen beds
  • 522 sq  ft
  • garden view


Signature Ocean Front Rooms:

  • spectacular view of the ocean and a spacious private lanai
  • one king or two queen beds
  • 522 sq ft


Partial Ocean View Rooms:

  • private lanai
  • partial angled ocean view from the lanai
  • one king or two queen beds
  • 522 sq  ft


Ocean View Rooms:

  • private lanai
  • partial angled ocean view from the room and the lanai
  • one king or two queen beds
  • 522 sq ft



  • Kahakai Bar Oceanfront – beachside bar featuring a Polynesian-style thatched roof, refreshing trade winds and billion dollar views of Mauna Kea and the blue Pacific, serving a variety of tropical libations and mouth-watering pupu (appetizers)
  • Hale Kai Restaurant – perfect venue for a most refreshing afternoon, sunset or evening family dinner, located near the entrance to Brown's Beach House
  • Brown's Beach House Restaurant – award-winning restaurant offering a fine dining experience located just steps from shore
  • Brown's Deli – located behind Brown's Beach House Restaurant, steps from the pool and Hale Kai Restaurant, Brown's Deli offers breakfast and lunch items delicatessen style with an island flair
  • Luana Lounge – features tropical libations and perfect sunsets complemented by Big Island artists' creations
  • Norio's Japanese Restaurant & Sushi Bar – located alongside a serene koi pond on the garden level, this popular restaurant features a 14-seat sushi bar and an 18-seat private dining room
  • The Orchid Court – serves the premiere breakfast on the island offering a sumptuous rotating menu buffet daily and a tempting selection of à la carte items perfect for the dawn patrol or late risers alike



  • daily seaside yoga, meditation, pool aerobics, art classes, a world-class tennis pavilion and more
  • daily Hawaii Arts & Crafts and cultural hikes on the resort exploring ancient Hawaiian petroglyphs and lava shelter caves
  • The Spa Without Walls – full-service facility with private outdoor venues that allow the natural beauty and healing properties of Hawaii to contribute to the wellness treatment. Indoors, there are treatment rooms, a steam room and separate dry sauna plus a boutique featuring spa products
  • Keiki Aloha Children's Program
  • shopping


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.