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Waikoloa Beach Resort Bike and Scooter Rentals

June 25th, 2011

Looking for alternative transportation? There is another option, “ride it Island Style”. Try Big Island Motorcycle Co. and experience their Motorcycle, Scooter and Bicycle Rental Service at Waikoloa Beach Resort. This will offer different perspectives of the island and will be great family fun for all. For families with younger children, bicycles are available by the hour or the day. Their prices are $10 per hour, $25 per day for adults. Children can rent them for $5 per hour, $15 per day. All bike rentals include a helmet and bike lock. This will allow families to venture out and be less concerned about safety and security. For scooters, they offer rentals for $20 per hour if it is better to stay in the area. For a more complete experience; they offer half and full day rates, $45 and $60 respectively. All rentals include a helmet and bike lock. Drivers must be 18 years old or accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Riders are welcome to ask about multi-day discounts for an extended rental period. For life more on the edge, Big Island Motorcycles has that’s right….Motorcycles. This will give any rider more freedom to travel the island in style. They offer both Metric and Harley Davidson for those who love the open road. The Metrics are available for $100 for a half day, $140 for a full day. Harleys are rented for $120 for a half day, $160 for a full.  Prices include full insurance, helmets and riding jacket. GPS units are available for an additional price. Drivers must be over 25 years old and licensed to ride on two wheels. Enjoy the ride, be safe and most of all; smile and have fun. Big Island Motorcycles can help create memories for a lifetime.

Call (808) 886-2011 for more information.

If you are looking for a place to stay, try one of our Waikoloa Beach Resort vacation rentals.

Kings Shops at Waikoloa Beach Resort

May 26th, 2010

The Kings’ Shops complement the Queens Marketplace to help give vacationers everything they need right within the Waikoloa Beach Resort.  The Kings’ Shops is home to the 4th of July Rubber Duckie Race.  Here are all the companies you will find at the Kings’ Shops.


Roy’s Waikoloa Bar and Grill (808) 886-4321 – Roy’s offer the most popular dining at Waikoloa Beach Resort.  Here you will find a great Pacific Rim cuisine with an excellent full service bar.
Merriman’s Market Cafe (808) 886-1700 – A great local cafe specializing in locally grown produce meats and fish.  Offers great lunches at reasonable prices and also offers a wine bar.
Island Fish and Chips (808) 886-0005 – Fast food style restaurant offering combination baskets of fish and chips with pineapple coleslaw.  Enjoy outdoor seating overlooking Kings’ Lake.
Jungle Edge Coffee (808) 886-4070 – Locally owned coffee company offering 100% Kona grown coffee.


Cinnamon Girl (808) 886-0241 – Enjoy a selection of casual and elegant wear for women featuring dresses designed in Hawaii.
Crazy Shirts (808) 886-9393 – A favorite wherever you go.  Enjoy custom made t-shirts specific for Hawaii.  Get great shirts for gifts here.
Honolua Surf Co. (808) 886-6422 – Hip, high quality surf clothing for men and women.
Honolua Wahine (808) 886-1019 – Offers quality surf wear catering to women (wahine).
Island Intimates Lingerie – Specializes in bra fitting.
Kilauea Clothing Company – Offers a variety of vintage Hawaiian aloha shirts.
Kohala Coast Fine Art (808) 886-4240 – Featuring work by Ford Smith, and Clint Sloan along with many more.
Swank Boutique (808) 886-7965 – Trendy boutique offering accessories and clothing for women.
Big Island Motorcycle Company (808) 886-2011 – A great place to rent motorcycles, scooters, and bikes for use around Waikoloa Beach Resort.
Macy’s (808) 886-5385 –  A selection of clothing for both men and women featuring Tommy Bahama and Ralph Lauren clothing.
Making Waves (808) 886-1814 – Enjoy the latest trends of swimwear in Hawaii.
Noa Noa (808) 886-5449 – Local hand printed batik fabrics in silk, cotton, and rayon.
Tommy Bahama (808) 886-8865 – Upscale men and women tropical clothing.

Specialty and Gifts

Alina’s Candles – Hand made Hawaiian candles.
Coach (808) 886-4201 – Offers a selection of the world famous Coach accessories.
Genesis Galleries (808) 886-7770 – Offers a selection of art from local artists.
Sunglass Hut (808) 886-0593 –  Offers a large selection of sunglasses for both men and women.
Sweet Paradise Chocolatier –  Hawaiian style chocolate confections.  Guests in the past have raved about this store.
The Walking Company (808) 886-8228 – Selection of shoes and slippers for both men and women.
Tiffany and Co. (808) 886-1931 – One of the worlds premier jewelers offering an array of Triffany creations.
Under the Koa Tree (808) 886-7444 – Hawaiian art and woodwork.
Walking in Paradise (808) 886-7057 – Offers a selection of shoes that satisfies your comfort with style.
Whaler’s General Store (808) 886-7057 – Small convenient store for souvenirs, cosmetics, sundries, and much more.

Other Stores

Baron and Leeds Swiss Watches and Fine Jewelry (808) 886-1645 – Offers some of the most desireable Swiss watches and jewelry.
Dolphin Galleries (808) 886-5533 – Offers an array of artwork including work of Dr. Seuss.
Maui Divers (808) 886-0055 – Some beautiful jewelry created in their design center in Honolulu.
Na Hoku (808) 886-7599 – A local favorite jeweler.
Orchid Jewelers (808) 886-884 – Specializes in 18K gold jewelry from Hawaiian, American, and European designers.
Pearl Factory (808) 886-0077 – Hawaii’s original Pearl-in-the-Oyster jeweler.
Royal Gold (808) 886-7701 – An extensive collection of Hawaiian jewelry.
Waikoloa Shell Gas Station (808) 886-9512 – The most convenient gas station for Waikoloa Beach Resort.

Waikoloa Kings’ and Queens Shops

May 27th, 2009

The Kings’ and Queens Shops offer an array of activities, shopping, and dining for travelers to the Waikoloa Beach Resort.  Each shopping area offers an open air setting and a uniqueness to what they offer.

The Kings’ Shops have been around the longest and are located along Kings’ Pond in the Waikoloa Beach Resort.  It is home to the nationally known Roys’ restaurant, which is known for a tastefull Pacific Rim cuisine and some amazing mai tais.  You will also find a Starbucks for your morning cup of coffee.  Along with the excellent shopping and restaurants you will find some fun activities for the family.  On Fourth of July, they have the annual Rubber Duckie Race at Kings’ Pond along with the entertainment.  Weekly you will find local activities such as hula and ukulele playing.  The best part is that the Kings’ Shops are just a short walk away from Kolea and Vista Waikoloa!

As the Waikoloa Beach Resort expanded, there became a need for more amenities for the Waikoloa Beach Resort.  In 2007, the Queens Shops opened, which are almost adjacent the Kings’ Shops.  The best feature of the Queens Shops was that it offers a grocery store that offers almost any parishable as well as nonparishable item you could need during your stay.  The Queens Marketplace also offers shopping and dining areas.  You will also find a Dairy Queen, Arbys, and other fast food restaurants at the Food Court.  Since being built, the Queens Shops has become the center of most major activities at the Waikoloa Beach Resort.

Weekly you will find Movies Under the Starts at the pavilion at the Queens Shops.  This offers a nice family atmosphere to enjoy a childrens movie along with a Hawaiian shaved ice from the Food Court.  Due to the days and times changing, please leave a comment below to get the dates and times if you are interested.

Waikoloa Bowl at Queens Garden offers a large lawn setting for the largest activities at Waikoloa Beach Resort.  On the Fourth of July you can enjoy the fireworks show from here along with popcorn, games, and much more.  You will also find concerts here once or twice a year.  Each month there are 2-3 local events held here such as Celebration of the Hula.

The Kings’ and Queens Shops are great features of the Waikoloa Beach Resort and provide excellent services and amenities to people traveling to the Big Island of Hawaii.