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Relaxation is more than an option at the Fairmont Orchid — it's a lifestyle. Named the best luxury resort on the Big Island, this lavish resort caters to a guest's every whim and fancy. Whether that means spending team at the waterfall-surrounded spa, splashing in the waves or indulging in private beach dinners for two, the Fairmont Orchid is a luxury romantic getaway unlike any other.

Located on the Kohala Coast, the Fairmont Orchid is a 32-acre oceanfront property brimming with luxury opportunities at every turn. (Photo courtesy Fairmont Hotels & Resorts)
Inspired by its surroundings, the 540 guest rooms and suites provide breathtaking views of the beautiful Pacific, with calm, turquoise waters always beckoning. (Photo courtesy Fairmont Hotels & Resorts)
Let the salty breeze wash over you as you find your zen at the award-winning Spa Without Walls. This unique spa specializes in bringing the quiet serenity of the tropics straight to you with its private outdoor waterfall huts, six oceanfront cabanas and three indoor treatment rooms. (Photo courtesy Fairmont Hotels & Resorts)
In addition to the 10,000-square-foot oceanfront pool, the Fairmont Orchid also boasts a private beach. Kayaks, paddleboards and snorkeling equipment are all available for rent. (Photo courtesy Fairmont Hotels & Resorts)
The only thing better than relaxing by the rolling ocean is doing so with a refreshing and delicious drink in hand. Relish the shade (and a specialty cocktail or two) under the Kahakai Bar's Polynesian-style thatched roof. (Photo courtesy Fairmont Hotels & Resorts)
Located on the island that holds two of the world's greatest mountains and one of the world's most active volcanoes, 10 of the world's 14 climate zones, and some of Hawaii's top beaches, the Big Island of Hawaii has plenty to offer the adventurous traveler. Guests can even depart for an outrigger canoe tour straight from the hotel's private beach. (Photo courtesy Fairmont Hotels & Resorts)
Golf is a vacation favorite, and guests can hit the links at one of two 18-hole courses on the property. Both courses were etched and crafted into hardened lava flows, offering stunning views at each tee. (Photo courtesy Fairmont Hotels & Resorts)
Forget Hawaiian pizza, and give your taste buds the fresh, succulent ocean flavors they've been waiting for at one of several award-winning restaurants at the Fairmont Orchid. (Fairmont Hotels & Resorts)
Finish the day with a sunset view at Brown's Beach House, where you can dine right on the oceanfront. (Photo courtesy Fairmont Hotels & Resorts)