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8 Days Return to Self Yoga Retreat in Hawaii

  • Hawaii Island Retreat, 54-250 Lokahi Road, Kapaau, Hawaii 96755, USA

Overview

Wellness and Yoga Retreat Hawaii

Find a space for infinite relaxation where you will be able to achieve spiritual clarity, personal guidance, and life direction. Enjoy elegant accommodations, state of the art eco-facilities that will allow you take care of your health and mental tranquility. Relax and unwind in the ocean breezes of our spa without walls.

Highlights

  • 4 yoga classes
  • Private consultation
  • 4 meditation classes
  • Guided legends and Lore walk
  • 1 hour massage or spa treatment
  • Relaxing walks through the gardens and ancient sacred valley trails
  • Daily organic delicious breakfast and dinner or lunch
  • 7 nights accommodation

Group sizes

The maximum participants in the group is 45.

  • 7 days with instruction
  • English
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Elegant suites

Each suite has a spacious bathroom with a large soaking tub and separate shower, fresh flowers, compact disc player with iPod deck, personal water bottle, laundry and maid service for individual guests, lush organic bamboo robes for use during your stay, organic shampoo, conditioner, lotion for use during your stay, green living card with additional recommendations for living in harmony with the land, and luxurious bedding. These spacious suites are 375 by 450 square feet and decorated with turn of the century Hawaii furniture. The suites are color matched and named for the large, antique Saxon prints of tropical flowers. All suites have private balconies and chairs, overlooking the fragrant garden as well as ocean.

Hawaiian yurt village

Hawaiian yurts offer a unique alternative to the elegant boutique hotel for individuals and groups seeking greater simplicity and economy. Nestled within a needled ironwood grove, the yurt village is adjacent to the Hawaiian eco spa complex and features seven spacious yurt bungalows, perfect for couples or shared living during private retreats. Yurt village guests have easy access to the spa's massage bungalows, movement room, sauna, and infinity pool. Meals are served in the main hotel, where guests can also enjoy the fragrant gardens. The yurts have two single beds or one king size bed, and a private toilet and sink. The indoor and outdoor shower options and the spa locker rooms are nearby for showers. All yurts include personal water bottle, organic shampoo, conditioner, soap, and lotion for use during your stay, as well as a valley or garden view.

During your free time, all the facilities will be at your disposal, whether you decide to read at the local library, take a relaxing walk through the private beach, swim in the salt water infinity pool, explore the ancient valley trails of sacred stone, or simply ask to the local concierge service advice about the best near beaches, historic sites, hikes, and bikes to enjoy. The specialized spa will be also available if you prefer to take a relaxing session with one of the many massages that the resort has to offer. During your stay, you will also receive a gift journal to record your insights and new understandings.

Included in the price is a guided legends and Lore walk.

Hawaii Island Retreat is located near the small county village of Hawi in the historic district of North Kohala on Hawaii's Big Island. It is a 50-acre off the grid eco-boutique with an oceanfront retreat sanctuary organic farm and a spa located within a sacred valley of healing. Hawaii Island Retreat is a leader in green design engineering and sustainable practices. It is located off the grid and runs on solar and wind power. All the yoga rooms are designed to overlook the ocean and bluffs, and the walls slide open to welcome the outside in.

It is a place of intentional peacefulness set among towering evergreens and ocean breezes along the north Kohala island. When you visit Hawaii Island Retreat, you quickly realize the wonder of the sacred land. Here, you can relax and unwind in the gardens, wild groves, and ancient valley trails along with the elegant accommodations in complete harmony with nature.

Activities
  • Cooking class
  • Diving nearby
  • Fitness center
  • Hiking
  • Horse riding / rental nearby
  • Hot tub / Jacuzzi
  • Kayaking nearby
  • Massage
  • Mountain biking nearby
  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Reiki
  • Spa
  • Swimming
  • Whale watching
General
  • Balcony
  • Concierge desk
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Garden
  • Meditation garden
  • Yoga studio
Services
  • Car rental nearby
  • Free bottled water
  • Free parking
  • Free toiletries
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Library
  • Room cleaning
  • Tour assistance

Two sumptuous farm to table meals are served daily. The organic gardens and orchards of the big island in Hawaii are a living tribute to the bounty of exotic vegetables and fruits. The food used in the hotel kitchen is completely grown in these organic gardens, from salad greens to lychee and sunrise papaya.

The garden side dining room opens onto fragrant plantings where you will enjoy organic farm to table cuisine, as well as seafood fresh from Hawaiian waters. You will find the Hawaiian spa cuisine menu rich with local accents, whole grain breads, pacific rim dishes, and international menus.

The chefs are brilliant in the kitchen. When they are not out gathering herbs for an appetizer dish, they are about the region sampling local dishes for new menu ideas. Join them for a spa cooking class or afternoon in the gardens.

Applied kinesiology massage

After using muscle testing to determine imbalances within specific organs, muscles, and joints, the applied kinesiology massage corrects, rebalances, and renews the body. The cost of this massage is 65 USD for 30 minutes or 130 USD for 60 minutes.

Aromatherapy massages

These massages are designed to use specific aromatic oils that soothe both skin and all your senses. The cost of this massage is 135 USD for 60 minutes or 195 USD for 90 minutes.

Body and soul bath rituals

Nurture body and soul with one or more of this luxurious, deeply soothing baths. Milk and honey that purify and heal, aromatherapy baths that soothe your senses, flower baths with unique tropical flowers that brings you into harmony, dosha baths that are drawn with bath salts selected for your body type, seaweed and sea salt baths remineralize, purify, and stimulate metabolism. The cost of this massage is 55 USD for 30 minutes.

Chakra massages

This is a lighter pressure energy massage that relaxes and revitalizes as it balances your chakras or energy centers. The cost of this massage is 130 USD for 60 minutes or 195 USD for 90 minutes.

Couples loving luxury

Three hours of bliss begins with a flower foot bath for two, then a signature raw Hawaiian sugar body scrub followed by a body wrap in either butter or spice and yogurt. Then you will enjoy a couple massage, enhanced with candlelight aromatherapy. This luxurious treatment culminates with a flower soak in an oversized tub ideal for those celebrating their honeymoon or seeking reconnection. The cost of this massage is 360 USD for 180 minutes per person or 700 USD for 180 minutes per couple.

Couples loving retreat

This is a couple massage with aromatherapy massage oil, followed by a candlelight aromatherapy bath for two. The cost of this massage is 195 USD for 90 minutes per person or 1390 USD for 90 minutes per couple.

Deep tissues massage

This massage focuses on releasing the pent up muscle and joint tension of the whole body. The cost of this massage is 130 USD for 90 minutes or 195 USD for 90 minutes.

Foot focus treatment

This focused treatment includes a foot soak and Hawaiian salt scrub, followed by a foot and leg massage that stimulates reflexology points to release weariness. The cost of this massage is 65 USD for 30 minutes.

Harmony facial massage

The harmony facial is a results-oriented treatment that is customized for your skin type. Essential oils and botanicals clean, tone, exfoliate, massage, and treat, ultimately balancing and renewing your skin. The cost of this massage is 70 USD for 60 minutes or 140 USD for 60 minutes.

Hawaiian body rejuvenation massage

Inspired by the ancient rejuvenation rituals of India, the massage consists of90 minutes of ultimate transcendence with a body mask of exotic herbs and a vigorous exfoliation, followed by a warm herbal infused oil massage and finishes off with a steamed towel compress for the whole body. The whole body is realigned. The cost of this massage is 200 USD for 90 minutes.

Hawaiian time massage

Receive a restorative, 90 minute massage featuring a special jetlag aromatherapy elixir that alleviates the fatigue, tension, and disorientation that often accompanies travel. The cost of this massage is 195 USD for 90 minutes.

Hawaiian bliss face and body treatment

  • This spa treatment is a luxurious massage and facial using tropical botanicals and flower essences. The cost of this massage is 210 USD for 90 minutes.

Heavenly hair treatment

Thirty minutes of a luxurious, tropical infused oil treatment that repairs damaged or dry hair and also protects it from sun, sea, and water damage. It also includes a relaxing deep scalp massage. The cost of this massage is 75 USD for 30 minutes.

Hypnotherapy

Your trained therapist guides a journey to discover self-limiting beliefs and experiences that hinder health and wellbeing. The cost of this massage is 13 USD for 60 minutes or 195 USD for 90 minutes.

Instant glow facial

The instant glow facial is an illuminating experience that includes deep cleansing, microdermabrasion, and extraction followed by a deep exfoliating mask with lifting benefits. This is ideal for every skin type seeking immediate radiance and glow. The cost of this massage is 70 USD for 30 minutes or 140 USD for 60 minutes.

Lomilomi massage

This is a traditional Hawaiian massage performed in a rhythmic, soothing fashion with hands, arms and elbows. This massage focuses on ones breath and enhancing awareness of presence. The cost of this massage is 130 USD for 60 minutes or 195 USD for 120 minutes.

Reiki massage

Using specific hand placement, the spiritual life force energy said to reside in all living things pours into the body bringing deep peace and healing. The cost of this massage is 65 USD for 30 minutes or 130 USD for 60 minutes.

Shirodhara massage

This is an ancient therapy used for centuries to restore an inner calm and balance to the emotions. A gentle stream of warm oil onto the third eye quiets the mind and soothes the senses. The cost of this massage is 140 USD for 60 minutes.

Spa service for couples

Couples massage of two therapists for 60 or 90 minutes for much needed deep relaxation that only massage can bring. The cost of this massage is 130 USD for 60 minutes or 195 USD for 90 minutes.

Sun therapy

A liberal application of freshly cut aloe vera topped with cooling native leaves will reduce the heat and heal the fieriest sunburn. The cost of this massage is 70 USD for 30 minutes.

Sweet release massages

This exfoliating session uses the raw Hawaiian sugar body scrubs that are guaranteed to leave your skin feeling fresh, enlivened, and silky smooth. The cost of this massage is 60 USD for 30 minutes.

Thai massage

Thai massage incorporates elements of mindfulness, gentle rocking, deep stretching, and rhythmic compression to open muscles and alleviate tension. The cost of this massage is 130 USD for 60 minutes or 195 USD for 90 minutes.

The kukui experience facial

Exfoliate while deeply healing and nurturing the skin with the roasted kukui nut scrub followed by a massage with kukui oil. The cost of this massage is 140 USD for 60 minutes or 200 USD for 90 minutes.

Ultimate unwind massage

Slow down, unwind, and breathe deeply with a re-mineralizing body wrap, combined with a therapeutic sports massage, which is then topped off with a scalp massage. The cost of this massage is 200 USD for 120 minutes.

  • 1 hour (per person) massage or spa treatment
  • 2 sumptuous organic meals a day, breakfast and dinner or lunch
  • 4 meditation classes
  • 4 yoga classes
  • 7 nights accommodations
  • Access to the resort library, infinity pool, private cove, and historical trails
  • Gift Journal to record your insights and new understandings
  • Guided legends and Lore walk
  • Personal concierge service for advice about local activities

Driving directions from Kona International Airport (KOA)

From Kona International Airport (KOA), turn left onto highway 19 and drive north toward Waimea.

After about 30 minutes, turn left at the "T" on Kawaihae Road toward Kawaihae Harbor.

Drive one mile, then turn right at the sign for Hawi on highway 270.

Continue north on highway 270 for 22 miles until you reach Hawi.

Drive through Hawi town and continue for 1.6 miles toward Kapa'au.

Pass the Aloha gas station on the left.

Look for a white vinyl fence on the left side.

Pass the guard rails, turn left at Maluhia Road, it is a gravel road and there will be shoreline public access and Hawaii Island Retreat signs at the turn. Follow these signs.

Turn left at the T through the tunnel of trees and then turn right.

Bear right when the road splits and enter through the main gate.

Arrival by airplane

  • Please book your flight to arrive at Kona International Airport (KOA).
For information about the booking conditions, please send Hawaii Island Retreat an inquiry.
  • Review by Jodie Chakowski from Canmore, Alberta, Canada
    9 out of 10

    "The retreat was exactly what I was looking for. I stayed in one of the yurts which although rustic, had everything that I needed. Was close walking distance to the main part of the resort and allotted me ample privacy. I was lucky enough to be staying during the shoulder season so noise issues did not exist as others had commented on when staying in the yurts. The main residence has a lovely courtyard as well as a beautiful view of the ocean. The food was superb and the yoga instruction was absolutely exceptional. Maya is one of the most talented instructors that I have had the privilege of working with. She is very in tune to each individuals abilities and excellent at guiding people into the correct postures. All of the staff were very easy and pleasant to deal with and I am very excited to plan my next retreat there this time next year!"

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  • Review by a traveler from San Francisco, California, United States

    "The nature will enchant you with aroma of blooming trees, beauty of exotic plants and purity of the island air. It's a wonderful place to escape busy civilization and to enjoy the organic environment. Thank you for a wonderful time!"

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  • Review by Kellye M

    "I came here just after Christmas and did the five day return to self-retreat. The place is just amazing! The room was so comfortable and the bathtub was huge. My favorite activity was sitting in the hot tub at night and watching the stars. Spectacular! I had daily yoga and meditation and wonderful spa treatments. The food was outstanding if you like healthy organic farm to table eating, which I love! The staff were so friendly and accommodating. I stayed for five days, but felt like I had relaxed for five weeks when I left. The place is not a fancy high energy regular type Hawaii resort, it's totally the opposite. When I go to Hawaii I go to unwind, relax and decompress. This place is the perfect spot for that! in fact I am returning this year and know that my five days will be another amazing experience! Thank you Hawaii Island retreat for everything you do to make your guests feel pampered and relaxed."

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  • Review by Emily J from Denver, Colorado, United States

    "Oh what a wonderful trip! The grounds are truly spectacular and the sound of waves on the rocks below follows you throughout the property. We saw whales nearly every morning before a delicious, fresh breakfast of food grown on the property.The massages and yoga were fantastic. I am a yoga instructor and appreciated Maya's sequences, knowledge and caring instruction throughout the trip.We brought wine with us, which the resort kept in their kitchen fridge. If you don't eat on property one evening, I highly recommend Sushi Rock just minutes away!There are so many fantastic activities within a short drive. We went horseback riding, hiked to Black Sand beaches, took a helicopter ride and shopped, all within an hour of the resort.The managers and property owner, Jeanne, are wonderful and so friendly.If you are here for a party or always need a cocktail in hand to have a vacation, this is not the resort for you. If you are looking for total peace and quiet in a beautiful setting, this is your place!"

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  • Review by a traveler from Sedona, Arizona, United States

    "My daughter and I just returned from a six day mother/daughter yoga retreat at this incredibly special property. From our original booking to saying "Aloha" at the end of our stay, everyone was welcoming, professional and accommodating.Our room was spacious with a beautiful bath, quality linens and maid service on request. The doors opened to the ocean and we were lulled to sleep by ocean breezes and the waves crashing on the rocks below. (One note: there is not a swim beach here. The ocean view from the cliff above is extraordinary and many mornings we were greeted by whale sightings just offshore. For swimming, the pool is great!All the special services (massage, yoga, etc.) were exceptional.Chefs Mo and Lindsay prepared tasty, healthy meals from food grown right on the property and were totally open to any personal requests. While they do not currently serve liquor, they were happy to keep our beer and wine in their refrigerator.If you choose not to eat at HIR, there are several local restaurants which are nearby that we found to be fun and delicious. Both nearby towns of Kapaau and Hawi were charming...think Hawaii as you'd picture it in 1960! We enjoyed hiking, horseback riding, beach going and exploring the surrounding areas. All activities were easy driving distances away - perfect little 1/2 day trips.Come here if you're looking for: organic food, personalized services, tranquility, private oceanfront setting and peaceful surroundings.Don't come here if you're looking for: a swim up bar serving Mai Tais, nightlife, a six page menu and non-stop planned activities.The word RETREAT best describes this place - it is not a RESORT.Jeannie, the owner, gave us a personal walk-about tour during our stay. She and her staff are totally dedicated to creating a little piece of "heaven on earth" which gratefully they are willing to share with all of us. HIR is now definitely on our list of favorite places and we plan on a return visit as soon as possible!"

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  • Review by Robyn B from Bozeman, Montana, United States

    "Hawaii Island Retreat is a gem of a discovery. The large gracious villa with a spacious entrance, inner courtyard with blooming Ylang Ylang trees, lovely, quiet rooms, and tall trees leading to a stunning ocean overlook all fill the senses and quiet the spirit. I found myself breathing more deeply here than I had in a long time.A path on this many-acre retreat leads to an ancient sacred stone circle, a natural hula platform, and plenty of space for any ceremony or ritual you might desire, whether alone or with a group. You can take the path all the way down to the rocky shore, or just stay above, delighting in the energy of the entire grounds, from the organic gardens to sweeping ocean views to the luxurious pool.Then, add the gracious and enlightened owner, Jean Sunderland, whose calm and intelligent presence speaks volumes about this sanctuary, her wonderful staff, beautifully-prepared organic meals, and spa services, and you really have a heaven on earth. Mahalo and Aloha for such a fine retreat honoring the natural world and the human soul."

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  • Review by Robyn B from Montana, United States

    "Hawaii Island Retreat is a gem of a discovery. The large gracious villa with a spacious entrance, the inner courtyard with blooming Ylang trees, lovely, quiet rooms, and tall trees leading to a stunning ocean overlook, all fill the senses and quiet the spirit. I found myself breathing more deeply here than I did in other places in a long time.A path on this many acre retreat leads to an ancient sacred stone circle, a natural hula platform for any ceremony or ritual you might desire, whether alone or with a group. You can take the path all the way down to the rocky shore, or just stay above, delighting in the energy of the entire grounds, from the organic gardens to sweeping ocean views to the luxurious pool. Then, adds the gracious and enlightened owner, Jean Sunderland, whose calm and intelligent presence speaks volumes about this sanctuary, her wonderful staff, beautifully prepared organic meals, spa services, and you really have a heaven on earth. Mahalo and Aloha for such a fine retreat honoring the natural world and the human soul."

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  • Review by Lilias F from San Francisco, California, United States

    "We just returned from an amazing spa retreat and felt compelled to write about our experience. We are a couple from California and we are so happy to have fond this oasis. After looking online at the website and reading about the private aspects of this retreat (there are only 17 rooms on 50 acres!), we decided to spend a week there. We expected luxury and a peaceful oasis, our expectations were met then exceeded daily. The staff treated us like longtime friends, we were called before we arrived and were able to help personalize our retreat schedule. The therapists are absolute healers. I teach yoga for a living and I was very impressed with the level of knowledge the yoga instructor possessed. Finally, but never last, the food was fresh and delicious. There is no better word to describe Chef Kealii and Mo. These two creative men embody the meaning of the word "Chef". We will return for the food, the peaceful Island land and the healing energy."

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  • Review by Lilias F from San Francisco, United Sates

    "We just returned from an amazing spa retreat and felt compelled to write about our experience. We are a couple from California and we are so happy to have found this oasis. After looking online at the website and reading about the private aspects of this retreat in which there are only 17 rooms on 50 acres. We decided to spend a week there. We expected luxury and a peaceful oasis and our expectations were met and then exceeded every day. The staff treated us like longtime friends, we were called before we arrived, and were able to help personalize our retreat schedule. The therapists are absolute healers. I teach yoga for a living and I was very impressed with the level of knowledge the yoga instructor possessed. Finally, but never last, the food was fresh and delicious. There is no better word to describe chef Kealii and Mo. These two creative men embody the meaning of the word "chef". We will return for the food, the peaceful island land, and the healing energy."

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  • Review by a traveler from San Francisco, United Sates

    "I just came back from an amazing yoga retreat at Hawaiian Island Retreat lead by Christy Brown Yoga and it was amazing. The property feels like a grand home with a beautiful view, lovely grounds with ancient sacred stones, large suites, great pool, and wonderful yoga space. The location is off the grid with power generated from onsite solar and wind installations and they serve delicious farm to table food from their organic farm. The place is removed from, but at the same time close to the quaint town of Hawi. And if that wasn't enough, all the staff members are just sweethearts who want to help you to stay relaxed and feel special, but are not intrusive in any way. If you have time, get bodywork from Jeannie, the owner. She is a really special woman with the gift of healing in her hands and heart. She is an incredible steward of the land and truly embodies the aloha spirit."

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  • Review by Metalens from San Rafael, California, United States

    "Spent a lovely six days in a yoga retreat here. Beautiful yoga space, sacred land, great staff and gifted healer/owner. Mahalo! See you next year. Spa was great too!Food got better each day. Food from the land included!"

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  • Review by Dave K

    "Hawaii Island Retreat is a very well designed, small boutique hotel that is set near a bluff overlooking the ocean, at the end of a graded gravel road. The rooms are spacious, well appointed, and the setting is tranquil and fragrant. The owners and staff are gracious and helpful, and the entire atmosphere is very quiet and serene. If you're planning to stay in the Hawi or Kapa'au area, this is an excellent choice. Note that you'll probably need to go off property for lunch and dinner, unless you inform the front desk at least 24 hours in advance that you'd like to eat on site and there aren't that many dining options in the area."

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  • Review by a Traveler from Ohio, United States

    "My compliments to the chef! The location is incredible. The spa service is wonderful. The yoga trainer is top notch. The view is unparalleled and the food is wonderful and one of the main attractions. We stayed in the penthouse and were spoiled by all the personal service. Also, the infinity pool and hot tub are a great addition."

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  • Review by Sheila Webster from California, United Sates

    "This was the most magical and spiritual place for my god-child's wedding. We were welcomed by the owners, Jeanne and Robert, with Aloha right from the start. Our room's decoration was the perfectly blended of warmth and class with a spectacular view of the wild Kohala coast. As we all gathered from different ends of the globe, we immediately felt at home. The attention to details on the grounds and spectacular plantings was obvious at every turn with beautiful and surprising little areas with much to explore and find a peaceful connect. The staff was amazing, helpful, and available always. I can't say enough about the food, organic greens. and sumptuous meals created by chef Mo never disappointed me. I came away with a joy for the union as well as a feeling of inner peace with my spirit soothed. Don't miss this experience; you will know what Aloha truly means."

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  • Review by David W from California, United States

    "I stayed at the retreat for a spiritual workshop and I have to say that it is the perfect venue for that. The grounds are beautiful and completely green. This is a special place and the grounds have lots of history and energy. The organic meals were fantastic and even better that the fruits and veggies were mostly grown on the property. You can lose yourself hiking around the vastness of the grounds. This is not the place for partying and drinking but to sitting at the beach. In fact, you can't swim at the beach here, but you can in the salt water pool. If you want the party scene, you are better off somewhere else."

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  • Review by Julia E

    "Our wedding guests and family visits were truly amazing. The rooms are as comfortable as it is the entire retreat. We felt the true aloha experience. Whether walking the grounds, swimming in the pool, or just sitting around talking with family, the peaceful environment made our trip truly memorable."

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  • Review by a traveler

    "This environmentally-conscious resort is very special indeed. We chose to stay in one of the yurts, but I looked at the rooms in the main lodge, and they were wonderful too. The yurt was more luxurious than the name implies, and it allowed us to use all the resort's facilities without the cost of the regular room. This is a big advantage when budgets are a consideration! The pool area was peaceful and lovely to use. The gardens and plantings were very artful. There are 3 large rooms that can be used for yoga or other group gatheringsthere were no groups there when we were so we had the entire place almost to ourselves. It was so quiet, peaceful, and green in the best ways. The owners have created a work of art, everywhere you look. We only live about 50 miles from this resort and plan to return several times a year."

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  • Review by a traveler from Nashville, United States

    "To my friends at Hawaii Island Retreat, thank you so much for everything. What a perfect place to relax! I loved the ocean view, the vegetable and herb gardens, and the salt-water pool. But I especially enjoyed the massage therapy. I had been under significant stress for many years, and did not realize that a person trained in art of healing, as Jeanne is, can make such a difference! I encourage everyone to visit this beautiful resort, and experience it for yourself. There's truly nothing like it!"

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  • Review by l D Thomas from Calgary, Canada

    "If you're looking to be reinvigorated or to find serenity and focus, or to simply reconnect with yourself or others, this is the perfect place. It's quiet and beautifully kept, hidden away from the noise and distractions of city life. The yurts were lovely to stay in and I can't say enough about the serenity pool. The staff were kind and efficient, and very mindful about everything they did. I'll be returning one day, that's for sure."

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  • Review by Natalie S. from Massachusetts, United States

    "The Hawaii Island Retreat showcases the superb taste, loving care, talent, and stewardship of the environment of its owners. The landscaping and the retreat's site by the ocean are gorgeous and relaxing. We stayed in a yurt for four days, and then decided to stay longer, moving to one of the rooms for another two days. Two different experiences, both of which we enjoyed. Loved the delicious breakfasts, the infinity pool, the hiking paths, the small number of rooms, and the sense of spaciousness and peace. Highly recommended both for those who already care about the environment, and for those who are open-minded and want to learn more."

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Hawaii, United States

Hawaii Island Retreat's eco-boutique hotel and spa is a place of intentional peacefulness, set among towering evergreens and ocean breezes along Hawaii Island's north Kohala coast.

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