Mauna Lani Bay Hotel and Bungalows

Mauna Lani Bay Hotel & Bungalows

If you and your golf crew are looking for a first-class Hawaii experience, then you owe it to yourselves to check out the Mauna Lani Bay Hotel & Bungalows for your next getaway.

With nearly 350 deluxe guest rooms and bungalows to choose from, two championship golf courses, a full-service spa, a sanctuary sea turtle pond, countless outdoor activities, and top-notch service, Mauna Lani has everything.

A Welcome Lei and a Tropical Drink

After receiving your welcome lei and tropical drink when you arrive, get settled in. Rooms feature private balconies or patios with amazing views of the ocean, tropical gardens, Mauna Kea, or fish ponds, large flat-screen TV’s, in-room coffee makers, daily newspapers, refrigerators, safes, and plush bathrobes.  

Head outside and choose from a ton of great activities including tennis, swimming, surfing, volleyball, hiking, biking, scuba diving, snorkeling, and parasailing.

When you get hungry, head over to the open-air CanoeHouse restaurant for breathtaking views and delicious dishes like Kona lobster miso, sautéed scallops, coconut curry Kauai shrimp, and Asian style chicken. Also, check out Bay Terrace and the Ocean Bar & Grill.    

Incredible Moutain and Ocean Views

Once host to the Senior Skins Game, Mauna Lani offers two great golf experiences with the North and South Courses, both designed by Homer Smith.

The par-72, 6,924-yard South Course weaves through rugged black lava-rock outcroppings from the Kaniku lava flow. With ample fairways, incredible mountain and ocean views, and well-kept sand bunkers, the course defends itself with the ever-present rocks and several lakes.     

Built upon a lava bed, the par-72, 6,913-yard North Course features a rolling terrain through a mesquite tree forest and offers a stern challenge for players. An interesting course tidbit- there is a 230-acre protected archaeological district on the northern boundary of the course and herds of feral goats are frequently seen throughout the course. Mauna Lani also offers a short nine-hole walking course called the WikiWiki.

**Note: The Hotel will be closed beginning October 1, 2018, for 14 months for a $100 million renovation.

Buddy Trip Cost



Kona International Airport, Hilo International Airport  






  • North: Homer Flint (1988)
  • South: Homer Flint (1981)