Covering 15 acres with ancient fishponds, historic trails, and petroglyph fields, the Marriott has rooms with sleek modern beds, bright white linens, Hawaiian art, and private lanai. Three pools comprise a heated infinity pool, a pool with a sandy entrance for kids, and one with a waterslide for the young and young-at-heart. The resort offers only one restaurant, Hawaii Calls Restaurant & Lounge, open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and featuring weekly food specials including entrée discounts on specified nights. There's also a coffee shop in the lobby, the Kona Coffee Shoppe. But there are many restaurants within walking distance at the Kings' Shops and Queens' MarketPlace. The hotel's Mandara Spa offers a full range of treatments in a spacious wellness center. Bordering the white-sand beach of Anaehoomalu Bay, the hotel offers a range of ocean activities through Ocean Sports Hawaii, including stand-up paddleboards, hydro-bikes, kayaks, and wedding-vow renewals on a catamaran.