26 Jul Welcome Home to Kohanaiki
Kohanaiki is a private residential community on the Big Island in Kona with a funny way of capturing the hearts of those fortunate enough to call this Hawaiian paradise home. Larger than all of the Hawaiian islands combined, you will find an exotic mix of white, black and green sand beaches and lush rainforests in an environment that is simply inspirational. Kohanaiki embodies the best of it all, and is located just two miles south of the Kona International Airport. Here, 450 acres of oceanfront property with 1.5 miles of beach and the highest level of activities, amenities and services allow this luxury community to be the playground for the residents of Kohanaiki.
The stage is set with the exquisitely designed Clubhouse that is a beautiful combination of luxury and comfort. With breathtaking views of the sparkling blue Pacific Ocean and the 18th hole of the stunning Rees Jones golf course, this Clubhouse has something for everyone in your family. With more than 67,000 square feet of space, members and their guests want for absolutely nothing with the first-class services and amenities. The clubhouse is also home to the blissful spa, beautifully laid out with hot tubs, dry saunas, plunge pools, a relaxation garden and a yoga lawn with a number of personalized treatments that are exclusively Hawaiian.
There is a games/billiard room complete with a bowling alley; a movie theater; a Members’ shop; expansive work out areas and pools with luxurious changing rooms, each incorporating a bar and relaxation areas; Kōnane, their signature chop-style restaurant and sushi bar; private Members’ dining rooms; a wine and cheese tasting room and personal wine lockers for each Member; a truly special wine collection; an elevated event lawn, pool and hot tubs; a “secret” speakeasy-style cigar room, poker room, and a scotch bar behind a hidden door; an onsite master brewer crafting unique beers, craft sodas, kombucha, and keifer water; even a library featuring a rare collection of Hawaiian literature and a museum-worthy collection of more than 200 artworks and artifacts reminding members of the land’s rich history and culture…