Hawaii Island Hotels with Frosch Travel Benefits

Aloha! Welcome to our Signature properties on the island of Hawaii, a collaboration with Frosch Travel. Choose from one of these properties and let us help you create lifelong memories. Each property has different perks so be sure to read through each option.

*Check with Frosch about other amenities such as early check-in, late check-out, and upgrade availability.

Featured Photo: Courtesy of Westin Hapuna Beach Resort

Fairmont Orchid
Photo: Courtesy of Fairmont Orchid

The Fairmont Orchid

Kohala Coast

What opened as a Ritz-Carlton in 1990 has been reincarnated as the Fairmont Orchid. Still with all the original perks — like a beautiful sheltered beach for little swimmers, snorkeling and SUP yoga — there is now also a huge pool with lots of room for swogging (swim jogging) and great walking paths along the ocean. Set on 32 oceanfront acres, there are plenty of on-site activities available. According to the numerous awards from Conde Nast Traveler and Travel + Leisure, we’re not the only people who think Fairmont has done an excellent job managing this 540-room resort. 


  • Breakfast for two daily at The Orchid Court Restaurant 
  • $100 food and beverage credit at hotel managed restaurants, per room, per stay (No cash value)
  • Premium speed WiFi
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Photo: Courtesy of Murphy O'Brien

Mauna Kea Beach Hotel

Kohala Coast

The Mauna Kea Beach Hotel has been considered the gold standard for Hawaiian hospitality ever since the two iconic Thai gold prayer disciple statues were placed in the lobby in 1965. Located next to what has been called the most beautiful bay in the world, this $15 million American Institute of Architect award-winning hotel (still the only AIA Honor award holder) has a revolutionary golf course — on lava. After a major renovation in 2008, the property added amenities such as deep soaking tubs, modern updates (including TVs which were famously absent until the ’90s) and in 2016, the Mauna Kea Beach Hotel became part of Marriott’s Autograph Collection. What’s remained? The 12th century pink granite Buddha statue (touch him for good luck), Koi pond with some of the original fish and gentle waves of Kauna’oa Bay.


  • Buffet breakfast for two daily at Manta Restaurant
  • $100 resort credit, per room, per stay
  • $200 resort credit, per suite, per stay
  • Complimentary WiFi
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Photo: Courtesy of Murphy O'Brien

Mauna Lani, An Auberge Resorts Collection

Kohala Coast

Two beautiful new pools — one just for adults — plus a sandy-entry one for kids beckon next to a beach renowned for sea turtle sightings; Rooms have an understated but chic decor, while the soaring lobby spaces have become inviting, open-air living rooms infused with tropical greenery.

There’s a spa and fitness room with first-rate equipment on site, but guests also have access to the Mauna Lani’s stand-alone fitness center with large lap pool and tennis courts a short drive away. Dinner at sunset or under the stars at open-air, oceanfront CanoeHouse is memorable for its artful menu as well as ambiance; poolside HaLani and Ha Bar and Grill also provide delicious dining.


  • $80 breakfast credit daily per room
  • $100 resort credit, per room, per stay
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Photo: Courtesy of Westin Hapuna Beach Resort

Westin Hapuna Beach Resort

Kohala Coast

The only hotel along the half mile long, broad, sandy Hapuna Beach takes its name from the beach and its design inspiration from the water, sand, natural wood and greenery of the Kohala Coast. It has commanding views of the blue Pacific and deep-orange sunsets from its open-air lobby and two guest wings with 294 recently renovated, spacious rooms with Hawaiian-accented contemporary decor. Terraced gardens with koi and water lily ponds lead to the adults-only infinity pool with roomy hot tub and in-pool lounges; below is the 6,800-square-foot family pool, large enough for a lap swim. Four terrific ocean-view restaurants and cafes, an Arnold Palmer-designed 18-hole golf course, a spa and an enormous fitness studio mean you can easily cocoon onsite; a complimentary evening shuttle will bring you to Mauna Kea Beach Hotel for more dining options.


  • Buffet breakfast for two daily at Ikena Landing
  • $50 resort credit, per room, per stay (excluding room/tax, resort charge and any third party vendor charges; no cash value if not redeemed in full)

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