|Space||360 sq. ft.|
|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
Typical reservations are 7 nights starting on Friday, Saturday or Sunday. It is possible to stay for less than 7 nights, however, the weekly rate will be assessed. Please contact us to confirm the most up to date availability and pricing. Relax by the pool, surf the waves, or make your way over to the happening Waikiki for shopping, fine dining and nightlife.The exquisite western shore of Oahu, Hawaii is home to Marriott's Ko Olina Resort and Beach Club, where waterfalls and fountains welcome your arrival. Only 30 minutes away from Honolulu, this secluded beachfront oasis is nestled within Ko Olina Resort, a lush 642-acre gated community where seven crystal clear lagoons shimmer. This resort offers ideal accommodations no matter what you are looking for in your vacation. Villas at the Ko Olina resort in Hawaii include full kitchens, washer/dryers, separate living and dining areas, along with TVs and DVD players, high-speed internet, and access to all of the Ko Olina resort's amenities. Delight in a spectacular lagoon pool, go golfing at the nearby Ko Olina Golf Course, indulge at our on-site spa, and dine at your choice of fine restaurants. Discover Marriott's beach resort in Ko Olina, Hawaii, and experience a vacation like none other.
Clean, updated, many immenities available. Washer and dryer in room a plus! No luggage racks in room. Housekeeping service only 1 time during stay. Not enough wait staff at pool areas to take food orders. Overall would stay again.
Resort set up very nicely. Great location, and staff very helpful. Highly recommended.
The resort was exceptional as it has been in the past. One of our very favourite places!!
Location, accessibility, the people! If I could've given 10 stars I would've. The drive out to the west side of the island was beautiful and not congested with highrises. The views of the mountains and the ocean was pristine. The hotel is located in the opposite direction of Waikiki, and I am glad I chose this location. I wasn't in the middle of "tourist kingdom" and that allowed me the opportunity to easily mingle with the local people, local shops and eateries, and I was able to really experience the island and its host culture.