Kona Billfisher Condominium
Resort ID: 2757
Location: 75-5841 Alii Drive, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, US
Kona Billfisher Condominium
E Komo Mai to the Kona Billfisher, where true aloha spirit awaits your arrival! Situated on the southern edge of the village of Kailua Kona, on the island of Hawaii, the Kona Billfisher is walking distance to beaches, shops, restaurants, clubs, and many other great activities.
Many units have beautiful ocean views or tranquil garden lanais, perfect to watch those famous Hawaiian sunsets. The resort offers a pool, gazebo gathering area with ping-pong, board games, and BBQs to make your vacation time a memorable one. Laundry and housekeeping services are also provided for your comfort.
Experience Kailua-Kona in new ways when you stay at the Kona Billfisher. We look forward to you joining us here at the Kona Billfisher for your next vacation or condo purchase. Aloha!
The Kona Billfisher is located on the southern edge of the village of Kailua Kona, on the island of Hawaii. The Kona Billfisher is walking distance to shops, restaurants, clubs, and many other activities. The village stretches for a total of one mile from the King Kamehameha Hotel on the north to the Royal Kona on the south, and provides almost any amenity that a visitor might need or want.
Small time flavor with access to world-class elegance. That’s Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii. Kona is blessed with a feeling that big city life has passed you by. There’s no end to the relaxation in this sunny town with the feel of Old-Time Hawaii. Here you can meander on a beach, stroll quaint malls with a tropical flavor, or loll under a breeze-kissed palm tree watching the cruise ships roll in.
The historical Hulihe’e Palace is the center of Kona Village. This is a good place for a first-time Kona visitors to start their exploration. From here one can discover a myriad of delights peculiar to Kona. Of course sipping a cup of Kona coffee on an ocean lanai is something every tourist wants to experience. But even better is to visit one of the many Kona coffee farms which dot the surrounding hills to find out where those beans get their origin.
Kona’s delights have been discovered by many over the last several years which is one of the reasons why the Big Island has the highest number of return visitors of any of the Hawaiian islands. Even though it has grown in popularity, Kona retains the peace and beauty of and island town far from the madding crowd.
THE BIG ISLAND:
The Big Island of Hawaii is larger than all the other Hawaiian islands combined. It is fast becoming the favorite island destination of any of the islands and for good reason. It has a myriad of cultural, natural, and just plain exciting things to see and experience which is difficult to exhaust in just one trip.
The Big Island has a variety of eco-systems within just a few hours drive. From tropical rainforest to snow-laden mountains to palm-fringed beaches, one certainly never gets bored by the scenery.
Replete with things to do and places to see, the most popular destination here is Kilauea Volcano which continually erupts on the East side of the Island. This is the most well-known attraction, but other cultural sites like the Puuhonua O Honaunau Place of Refuge or Mokuaikaua Church on the West side provide a fascinating glimpse of Hawaiian history second to none.
Kealekekua bay, a favorite destination for many, is known not only for being the site of the dramatic death of Captain James Cook in the 18th century; it is a remarkable underwater wonderland of dozens of varieties of colorful fish, coral and other marine life which amaze and delight. The Big Island provides world-class fishing, snorkeling, biking and hiking as well as five-star dining and fabulous hotels. But for those who just want to lay back and watch the clouds roll by there is no better place than the Orchid Isle.