Pacific 19 Kona Debuts on the Big Island

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The private pool area of the Pacific 19 Kona hotel on the Big Island in Hawaii.
The pool will always be a popular spot for relaxing, but the adventures are what matter most here.
Pacific 19 Kona

When it comes to planning the ultimate dream vacation to Hawaii, it’s not always the biggest resorts that are delivering the biggest adventures. Sometimes all a traveler needs is a base of operations with a comfortable bed and maybe a nice pool for post-activity rest and relaxation. But that doesn’t mean this kind of concept can’t have plenty of style and cultural value as well, though.

For example, Pacific 19 Kona recently opened its doors on Hawaii, the Big Island, and this 122-room hotel was conceived to inspire guests to experience the best of this beautiful destination and make the most of their vacations. Sure, everyone will love grabbing coffee or an artisanal tea at Café P19 before heading to the daily yoga classes, but the goal of everyone from the owners to the staff is to get out there and see what makes the Big Island so magical.

“Pacific 19 Kona is a fresh concept for Hawaii Island,” explained James Evans, Co-founder and Managing Partner, Nine Brains. “We want to be our guest’s basecamp, while helping them connect authentically with Hawaii, as if guiding a visiting friend or family member. Not only will that happen through personal connection with the staff at the hotel, but we’re putting a lot of effort into building a curated travel guide and custom itineraries, including being able to book adventures right from the website with hand-picked local outfitters.”

One of the 122 rooms available at the Pacific 19 Kona hotel in the Big Island, Hawaii.
Aspects like sand and black lava pair with the wood furnishings as a tribute to this Pacific destination.
Pacific 19 Kona

Located on the 19th parallel, the hotel boasts an overall design that is inspired by the Pacific. Honolulu’s The Vanguard Theory used the surrounding natural beauty for an outside-in theme that begins with the open-air lobby’s giant monkeypod tree and continues into the rooms, where guests will enjoy subtle tones, natural wood furnishings, and local artwork.

But as much as the décor celebrates the world around Pacific 19 Kona, the intention is still to convince guests to get out there and enjoy the real thing. Head down to the Coffee Shack for the best brunch views around before picking the perfect spot on Mahai’ula Beach to get some morning sun. For a truly special adventure, head to Papakōlea and bask in the awesomeness of one of only four green sand beaches in the world.

No matter where guests choose to spend their days, Sushi Sam is just minutes from Pacific 19 Kona, so crossing “Eat the best sushi on the island” off the to-do list will be a breeze.

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