The open-air lobby is large in size with the beach in view from the inside. A waiting area with couches, chairs and tables is accessable to guests. Plants and Asian & Pacific art grace the lobby and common areas.
The hotel sits on a bed of black lava with a golf course and ocean surrounding it. There are two buildings on the grounds on two levels from rising from the beach to the mountain.
All guestrooms are comfortable with attention paid to detail. The open-air architectural design, ceiling fan and natural wood interiors give each room a feeling of spaciousness while being enveloped in a sense of serenity and elegance. Each room offers a refrigerator, two Japanese yukatas (robes), two pairs of indoor slippers and nightly turn down service. Additionally each room has a private lanai (balcony).
Dining options at the hotel range from casual fare to elegant. You can chose from lavish breakfast buffets, to seafood, to barbeque to the island's favorite Sunday brunch from guests and locals alike. A famous Hawaiin luau is offered as well to guests. Enjoy a snack beachside or have a bite at the golf clubhouse, these are just a few of your options.