News broke the other day that the Sheraton Keahou Resort is leaving Marriott. Why? Because the property is being sold by its current owners and the new owners plan on changing management companies.
After hour poke adventure, Mrs. Island Miler and I still had a few hours to kill before our flight home. So, I decided to go check out Kona’s Ola Brew and One Aloha Shave Ice Company.
If you’ve been reading the blog for a while, you’d know I’m a strong proponent of buying local. And, at home, I usually buy Big Island Bees honey. So, while on the Big Island, I made it a priority to pay them a visit.
While the Westin Hapuna is a large, gorgeous property, it lacks variety when it comes to dining. In fact, the Ikena Landing Breakfast is the only breakfast service available aside from room service.
For my recent anniversary trip to the Big Island, I decided to stay at the Westin Hapuna Beach Resort. After all, it’s a newly renovated property that offers an excellent points redemption opportunity.
When you think of the Big Island, you probably think of Kona Coffee or macadamia nuts. But, there’s a tea farm there too, which is why tea lovers should visit Hawaii island.