Mauna Kea Beach Hotel reopens Posted on January 24, 2009 by Richard Irwin The Mauna Kea Beach Hotel on Hawaii’s Big Island has reopened after its multi-million dollar restoration. The Mauna Kea has added new amenities to the spa that offers exotic treatments, new culinary item by the hotel’s executive chef George Gomes, and refurbished guest rooms. The Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa suites are 1,610 square feet that includes a lanai, upgraded bedding, oceanview bathrooms, and new interior furnishings. Continuing activities and services are the 13-court Seaside Tennis Club, the Salon at Mauna Kea, Hawaiian cultural experiences, Art & Garden Tour, yoga and exercise classes, and the Beach at Kaunaoa Bay that offers beach services and cabanas. The Mauna Kea Golf Course has new grass throughout the course, rebuilt bunkers and a new irrigation system. For more information, visit PrinceResortsHawaii.com. Escape winter and save on luxury accommodations plus enjoy a $50 daily resort credit. Starting from $385 per night, Mountain View room Includes daily $50 resort credit good toward golf, dining, massages and other resort activities Promotion valid 1/4/09 – 3/21/09 Our Prince Preferred Members receive 10% off above package rates and earn bonuses including points and frequent flyer miles. Learn More. Not a member yet? Enroll now for FREE! Terms No minimum night stay required. Rates are per night plus applicable taxes, based on single/double occupancy. Rates and room categories are based on availability. Promotion is valid for select room categories.