Hilo Hawaii Resorts
Hawaiian green sea turtles, are a threatened species that you can spot swimming along the southern Coast or resting on the sands of Punaluu Black Sand Beach.
Hilo...was a busy farming & fishing area in early times. In the 1800’s, Hilo evolved into a commercial center for the sugar industry. Downtown Hilo was built around the crescent shaped bay. In 1946 & 1960, the town was nearly ruined by a tsunami. Hilo’s waterfront was rebuilt & today Hilo is a busy town. Imiloa Astronomy Center, Lyman Museum, Pacific Tsunami Museum), art galleries (East Hawaii Cultural Center), unique shops (Sig Zane Designs, Big Island Candies, Hilo Hattie, Mauna Loa Macadamia Nut Factory) and perennial favorites like the Hilo Farmers Market.Hilo’s newest world-class attraction, the Imiloa Astronomy Center, is housed beneath three striking titanium cones representing the three largest mountains on Hawaii Island. Interactive exhibits include a “walk” through a koa (native hardwood) forest and an IMAX-style movie presentation that makes viewers feel like they’re flying through space. Hilo offers natural beauty too. Serene Liliuokalani Gardens is right on Banyan Drive near Hilo’s major hotels, the Castle Hilo Hawaiian Hotel, the Naniloa Volcanoes Resort and Uncle Billy’s Hilo Bay Hotel
Naniloa Volcanoes Resort
Conveniently located approximately 2 miles from the Hilo Airport. The Naniloa Volcanoes Resort offers panoramic views of Mauna Kea on one side and Hilo Bay and the Hamakua Coastline on the other. Nightclub, 9 hole golf course, 2 pools.
Castle Hilo Hawaiian Hotel
Located on the shores of Hilo Bay, about 2 miles from the airport. Hilo Hawaiian offers views of the ocean, Coconut Island and the towering peak of 13,700-foot Mauna Kea. As a full service hotel, the Hilo Hawaiian is one of the perfect headquarters for exploring Big Island wonders such as the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. The hotel consists of 286 rooms including 17 suites and some rooms are handicap accessible.