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Aston Hotels: The Big Island

The island of adventure



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Aston Kona by the Sea: This resort features a sandy cove where you can sunbathe or watch the waves and unwind in the shade under the coconut trees.

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Aston Kona by the Sea: oceanfront lounging area

Aston Kona by the Sea

The Island of Hawaii, the “Big Island” is larger than all of the other Hawaiian Islands combined; and it’s still growing. The island's famous active volcano, Kilauea, has been erupting continuously for 28 years.

The natural diversity of the Big Island is sure to surprise and inspire you.

The island is also home to 11 of the earth’s 13 different climate zones, ranging from lush tropical rain forests and arid deserts to Mauna Kea’s snow-capped mountaintop. The Big Island is also Hawaii’s biggest playground. World-class golf courses, beautiful white-, black- and green-sand beaches, sport fishing, snorkeling, diving, hiking, horseback riding and biking offer more adventures than you’ll have time for in one trip.

Aston Kona by the Sea:

An intimate, oceanfront resort with breathtaking views and spacious suites. This condominium resort fronts a magnificent rocky shoreline, sandy lounging area, outdoor barbecue facilities and more. Located just south of historic Kailua-Kona with its charming shops, dining and nightlife.

Aston Shores at Waikoloa:

A view of the golf course can be as exhilarating as a view of the ocean. Located on the sun drenched Kohala Coast between the King’s Course and the Beach Course in Waikoloa Resort, this resort’s units feature large lanais and full kitchens. Guests have access to the nearby shops, restaurants and activities.

Aston Waikoloa Colony Villas:

Waikoloa Colony Villas are home to a luxurious lifestyle. Featuring one-, two-, and three-bedroom villas with fully equipped gourmet kitchens, this resort is adjacent to the 10th fairway of the Waikoloa Resort Beach Course. Guests enjoy the property’s recreational facilities - tennis courts, fitness center, pools and jet spa.

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