If you are interested in buying a Hawaii timeshare resale on the Big Island you’ll want to take your time in exploring what the Big Island timeshares have to offer you and your family.
FYI: The 10.25% Transient Accommodation Tax (TAT) (which is paid at the time of check-out) has been extended to December 31, 2030.
Let’s take a look at some of the Big Island Hawaii timeshares for sale. We’ll begin with the popular name brands of Hilton timeshare and Wyndham timeshare.
Hilton Grand Vacations Club has three Hawaii timeshares for sale on the Big Island – The Bay Club at Waikoloa Beach Resort, Hilton Grand Vacations Club at Waikoloa Beach Resort and Hilton Grand Vacation Club at Kings Land.
The Bay Club at Waikoloa Beach Resort, a Hilton timeshare, features expansive views, spacious and luxurious one and two bedroom suites with private lanais, a fully equipped kitchen and washer and dryer in each villa. It is located in close proximity to the renowned dining, retail and entertainment venues at The Kings’ Shops and Queens’ MarketPlace. Owners and guests also enjoy access to the pools, whirlpool spa and pool bar at the neighboring Hilton Grand Vacations Club at Waikoloa Beach Resort.
Hilton Grand Vacations Club at Waikoloa Beach Resort, a Hilton timeshare resale is located on the beach front of the 10-acre Hilton Waikoloa Resort and superbly situated adjacent to championship golf courses. This Hilton timeshare resale features spacious and sophisticated two bedroom suites in a casually elegant and tropical style. Hilton timeshare owners and guests enjoy access to the fantastic facilities at the nearby Hilton Waikoloa Village hotel which includes an enticing array of restaurants, boutiques, beaches and water activities. A complimentary shuttle service is available and offers easy access from this Hawaii timeshare to the Hilton Waikoloa Village and nearby shops.
Hilton Grand Vacations Club at Kings’ Land is a Hilton timeshare set on the famed Kohala Coast and offers spacious one, two and three bedroom villas with expansive fairway views and stunning Waikoloa panoramas. This beautiful Hawaii timeshare is carved out of an ancient lava field in a 112 acre oasis and occupies a superb location directly between two of Hawaii’s finest golf courses, the Kings’ Course and the Beach Course. Hilton timeshare resale owners also enjoy access to the restaurants, boutiques, beaches and water recreation at the nearby Hilton Waikoloa Village Resort.
Wyndham Vacations Club has two timeshare vacation resorts on the Big Island – Wyndham Kona Hawaiian Resort and Wyndham Mauna Loa Resort.
Wyndham Kona Hawaiian Resort is a Wyndham timeshare themed purpose-built resort which replicates an 1880 Hawaiian village with many archaeological sites on the property. The Wyndham timeshare offers well appointed two bedroom, two bath suites are furnished in traditional Hawaiian décor and invite you to relax and enjoy all the comforts of home while on your Wyndham timeshare dream vacation.
Wyndham Mauna Loa Resort is a Wyndham timeshare resale located in Kailua-Kona adjacent to the Kona Country Club providing a quiet oasis set away from the hustle and bustle of town and offers exceptional tennis facilities. Sparkling water features surround this beautiful Wyndham timeshare resort. Wyndham timeshare owners enjoy the location of these spacious and tastefully decorated one and two bedroom units, the beautifully landscaped resort grounds while being only two blocks away from Keauhou Shopping Village with its variety of shops, a grocery store, restaurants and a multi-screen movie theater.
There are also three non-name brand timeshares available on the Big Island of Hawaii – the Holua Resort at Mauna Loa, Paniolo Greens and Kona Coast Resort.
Holua Resort at Mauna Loa is located in Kona next to the 36-hole Kona Country Club and the white sands of Kahaluu Beach Park, where exotic fishes and giant sea turtles call home. This Hawaii timeshare resale resort features a collection of spacious and luxurious one and two bedroom villas are appointed in the Hawaiian style with private lanais or patios showcasing scenic vistas of the ocean, mountains or the golf course. On-site offerings at the Hawaii timeshare resale resort include eight outdoor pools and hot tubs, eleven tennis courts, BBQ grilling areas, weekly cocktail parties and more.
Paniolo Greens is a short distance from the Parker Ranch, championship golf courses and the world famous white sands of Hapuna Beach. In addition, Paniolo Greens offers special golf privileges at Waikoloa Golf Club and for your dining enjoyment the area boasts more than 30 restaurants and lounges. The spacious two bedroom villas at this Hawaii timeshare resale are tastefully decorated with such features as fully equipped kitchens and private lanais where you can enjoy the cool breezes and warm Hawaiian sun.
Kona Coast Resort is where you will find yourself immersed in the natural beauty of the Big Island and surrounded by ocean vistas and lush, green mountains. Kona Coast Resort offers a collection of spacious, one and two bedroom fully furnished villas tastefully appointed in Hawaiian décor, and equipped with full kitchens and private lanais.
Buying a Hawaii timeshare resale on the secondary market is much less expensive than purchasing direct from the developer because of the fact that the developer incurs marketing costs that are passed on to the consumer. It is the developer who sets the price on the retail market. On the secondary market of timeshare, prices are determined by individuals and current market conditions.
A timeshare interval should be purchased for enjoyment. The purchase of a Hawaii timeshare resale ensures that you will be able to vacation and spend quality time with your family and friends each year. You might want to think of it as vacation insurance for all your future vacations!
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What to do on the Big Island?
The Big Island of Hawaii is not only big in size – it’s big in fun, too. Hawaii, the Big Island, offers a tropical adventure, retreat and paradise all rolled up into one great place to vacation! There’s never a shortage of things to do on the Big Island of Hawaii.
You can swim with manta rays, hike through a lush rainforest, watch molten lava flow into the sea from a boat offshore, learn to make a lei, sample a variety of tempting cuisines, or pamper body and soul in a healing spa at the ocean’s edge.
With an active volcano and mountains that reach nearly 14,000 feet above sea level, you’ll find an incredible array of sights and activities to suit anyone’s vacation tastes.
From December through April you can watch for whales from the shore or take a whale watching boat tour. And of course, there is always the option of playing a round of golf.
Syed Sarmad, Principal Broker for Advantage Vacation