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Marriott's Ko Olina Beach Club is situated on the Western shore of Oahu, where waterfalls, lush gardens and fountains welcome you. Just 30 minutes from Honolulu, this beach front oasis is secluded and peaceful. Surrounded by several lagoons, you will find brilliantly blue water all around you. From the stunning gardens to the sparkling pools, every inch is filled with beauty. The resort features several beautiful pools and ocean coves. Great walking along the beach walkway passing the finest resorts on Oahu.This resort is only 30 miles away from downtown Honolulu and all of the historical Military history sights of Pearl Harbor.
Each timeshare villa reflects the gracious, open hospitality of a Hawaiian plantation. With Koa wood furnishings and Hawaiian decor, your villa will create the perfect setting.Villas are purpose built timeshare units with full kitchens; laundry in suite; views of the ocean or the mountains. Nicely furnished and appointed. The Villas give the feeling of a premium apartment setting with wonderful views.
On-site at Marriott's Ko Olina Beach Club you will find four pools and whirlpools, a poolside bar and grill, Polynesian dinner show, children's activity center, a fitness center, The Marketplace convenience store, golf, a full-service marina with 270 slips, and a wedding chapel. Guests can also enjoy access to the Four Seasons Resort, the Disney Aulani Resort, and Ko Olina Golf Club and Marina.
Ko Olina is a destination resort area with all of the amenities required for a wonderful and relaxing vacation. Venture out on your own, or follow the Ko Olina Beach Club's top ten things to do: sip your favorite drink at sunset, relive history at Pearl Harbor, feel the spray of Waikahalulu Falls, visit world-renowned Waikiki Beach, dine on sushi in Honolulu, stroll through the Honolulu Botanical Gardens, watch North Shore surfers, trek through mountain rainforests, hop into a helicopter for an extraordinary view, or snorkel, scuba, and windsurf.
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