From luxury shopping to swimming with dolphins, Waikoloa Beach has it all.
Welcome to Waikoloa Beach
Waikoloa Beach is situated on the Big Island’s South Kohala Coast, an area renowned for its stunning natural beauty. Nestled between Kona and Waimea, this neighborhood offers quiet solace with plenty of room to explore. With tide pools to splash in, waves to catch, and plenty of shopping amenities, this area is a thriving oasis for sun lovers. Get a taste of Hawaiian history from the minute you step foot in Waikoloa Beach. Architect Ted Garduque incorporated design styles from throughout Hawaii’s past so that guests at Queen’s Marketplace shopping hub and Kings’ Golf Course and Clubhouse experience the island’s history hands-on, like Native Hawaiian influences, Japanese style, and more. Homes in Waikoloa Beach are privy to crystalline waters and sweeping countryside vistas.
Waikoloa Beach boasts two outstanding golf courses—Beach Course and Kings’ Course. Enjoy the brilliant fairways juxtaposed with black lava fields for an experience that could only be found on the Big Island. Take a hearty appetite to any of Waikoloa Beach’s signature restaurants. A short drive inland leads to Pueo’s Osteria, a traditional Italian eatery dishing up locally sourced, artisanal fan favorites. Doors open every night at 5 p.m., so it’s perfect for a late-night getaway. Waikoloa is defined by its incredible scenery, and a meal at Lava Lava Beach Club gives diners a front-row seat to the best of Waikoloa. Sansei Seafood, Steak, and Sushi is a staple at the Queen’s Marketplace. Recognized nationally for its contemporary Japanese menu, this restaurant is ideal for diners craving the best seafood around. This centrally located shopping destination boasts upscale fashion, delectable dining, and a variety of high-end services.
Whether it’s stretching horizons with classes at Yoga Barre or catching the newest flick at Waikoloa Luxury Cinemas, Queen’s Marketplace caters to every shopper. Active community members partake in the Lavaman Triathlon, held annually since 1997, where athletes will bike, swim, and run across the Big Island.