Where To Find The Best Hawaiian Island Family Restaurant

A family of three enjoying a Hawaiian Island Restaurant.

The best way to enjoy Hawaii is to bring the whole family here. There are many attractions and activities for a family of any size. The same goes for the lodging you can find through RestoricaHawaii. We have multiple vacation packages and rentals for your family. The only thing that you need to decide on is which Hawaiian island restaurant you should visit. You can find an excellent Hawaiian island restaurant on the Big Island.

Huggo’s

Huggo’s is a fantastic waterfront restaurant. It’s been open since 1969 and provides casual dining and fresh fish. The restaurant features daily menu specials as well as its signature teriyaki steak. 

ULU Ocean Grill

If your family is looking for an inventive Hawaii menu, head to ULU Ocean Grill. They work with over 160 local farms to provide delicious and fresh seafood and more. Their website claims to be “fusing the flavors of Hawaii with Pan-Asian techniques.”

Da Poke Shack

If you have a craving for poke, you can’t ignore Da Poke Shack. This is an ideal place for take-out for always fresh and never frozen poke. There is limited outdoor seating. So take your poke and head to the beach.

Eat Well With The Whole Family

Whatever Hawaiian island restaurant you choose to eat at, we know that it will satisfy you. Bring the leftovers back to your ResorticaHawaii vacation rental. ResorticaHawaii has a perfect rental property for you, close to many great Big Island attractions like golf courses, shopping centers, and more. We represent properties in The Waikoloa Beach Resort, Mauna Lani Resort, Mauna Kea Resort, Waikoloa Village, and the surrounding areas. Look at what rentals are available right now. To book a rental, call 808-881-8222 or check out our website.

Spooky Haunted Places In Hawaii

Haunted Places In Hawaii

Halloween and autumn are great times to take a vacation. Especially if you are looking for some great spooky and haunted attractions in Hawaii. That’s why ResorticaHawaii can help you find the best place to call home during the spooky season. Here are some of the best haunted places to see when you have book your autumnal Hawaii vacation.

Big Island Ghost Tours

Learn more about the Big Island’s history, folklore, ghost stories, and legends. Big Island Ghost Tours will bring you to some of the spookiest haunted places on the island. The sites include historical landmarks to more modern areas of supernatural happenings.

Volcano House Hotel

It’s been said that an older woman haunts the Volcano House Hotel. It used to be a private home, and the family reported seeing the woman walking around. Hotel guests have reported seeing the ghosts as well.

Haunted Hospital of Hilo

This is an old hospital in Kaumana, Hilo, that was mostly destroyed due to a fire. Parts of the building still are intact today, but allegedly the souls lost in the fire still haunt the property.

Eerie Dorm

The Eerie Dorm is at the University of Hawaii at Hilo. The residence hall sits on a former old haunted house. Apparently, the previous homeowners haunt the dorm halls by turning lights on and off, and people say they can hear voices at night.

Spend Halloween On The Beach In Hawaii

Relax on the beach and seek out some of these spooky haunted attractions in Hawaii. ResorticaHawaii can help you find the best place for you and your guests. ResorticaHawaii has a perfect rental property for you, close to many great Big Island attractions like golf courses, shopping centers, and more. We represent properties in The Waikoloa Beach Resort, Mauna Lani Resort, Mauna Kea Resort, Waikoloa Village, and the surrounding areas. Look at what rentals are available right now. To book a rental, call 808-881-8222 or check out our website.

Stay at the Best Waikoloa Golf Villas on the Big Island

Waikoloa Golf Villas

The Big Island of Hawaii is one of the best spots to play golf on the planet. Enjoy the ultimate golf getaway by staying at one of the incredible Waikoloa golf villas offered by ResoticaHawaii on the Big Island. Basing yourself out of Waikoloa Golf Villas will put you in the perfect spot to play beautiful courses known for their stunning ocean views and challenging layouts.

Reserve Your Rental at a Top Waikoloa Resort

Choosing to stay at one of our vacation rentals not only provides you with a luxurious place to call home but also means you could save on your golf game. At ResorticaHawaii, we offer the Waikoloa Gold Member Golf Membership. This package includes reduced fees for playing golf if you’re a registered guest at participating vacation rentals. There are several villas to choose from, each with its own unique feel and view. Three favorites include:

  • L4 Fairway Villas at Waikoloa Beach Resort – Eight people can sleep at this villa, which is part of a condo community in the middle of the Waikoloa Beach Resort. With three bedrooms and three bathrooms, the townhouse-style end unit is perfect for any golf getaway.
  • 13A Halii Kai – Able to sleep up to five people, this unit is ideal for families and couples. Beach equipment like boogie boards are provided, and on-site amenities such as a swimming pool and tennis court mean the fun doesn’t stop when the last putt of the day is made.
  • 16B Kolea – Located inside a gated condo community next to Anaehoomalu Bay, this is a perfect unit for those who want to take a break from golfing by relaxing on the beach. The Waikoloa Beach Resort golf courses run throughout the resort, so you might see others working on their game.

For more information on these and other golf villas, visit our website or call the office at 808-881-8222.

The Best Big Island Golf Courses

There’s no shortage of incredible public golf courses near your villa, which means plenty of opportunities to tee off.

  • Waikoloa Beach Resort – Sometimes playing a quick nine holes is the best way to fit a round into your schedule. This course features three different nine-hole courses along the rugged, lava-crusted coastline of the Big Island.
  • Mauna Kea Golf Course – An award-winning course built in 1964. Mauna Kea has the scenery and views that make a Hawaiian golf course so special. While it is challenging, the epic sounds of waves on the Kohala Coast make it worth the effort.
  • Makani Golf Club – This course is teeming with wildlife, sweeping views, and challenging water features. Once known as the Big Island Country Club, it has earned the reputation of being one of the most unique courses.

State Planning Your Golf Vacation to Paradise

Booking a Waikoloa golf villa from ResorticaHawaii is a no-brainer for anyone who loves the game of golf. Playing in Hawaii is a bucket list item for even semi-serious players. A villa like this allows the whole golfing group to stay under one roof and recount the best shots of the day over a drink long into the night. Check availability, and call 808-881-8222 or book online to reserve your rental today!

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