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KOHALA coast, Hawaii: Mauna Lani, Mauna Kea, or Marriott for anniversary??

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My husband and I are celebrating our 30th wedding anniversary on the Big Island of Hawaii in January / February 2012. I have booked 5 nights in Hilo, and we want 4 nights on the sunny Kohala coast. :-X

Which hotel is best for an anniversary trip:
--Mauna Lani Bay hotel & bungalows
--Mauna Kea hotel
--Waikoloa Marriott

We'd like a romantic room with ocean view...hearing the ocean from our room would be nice if possible. We'd enjoy snorkeling or swimming on the beach right from our hotel. We will have a car and will be exploring the island, so we don't actually spend too much time at our hotel. We'd like a hotel with a "Hawaiian" atmosphere...relaxing and low-key.

Thanks for your thoughts!

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