Hilo Naniloa Hotel on Hawaii Island Offers Free Round of Golf

Lite Hotels, a division of Aqua Hospitality, is offering a free round of golf for clients staying at its Hilo Naniloa Hotel on Hawaii Island. The "Free Round of Golf" special includes a round at the Naniloa Golf Course when booking a stay at Hilo Naniloa Hotel, now through December 14.
Designed by Alexander Kahapea, Naniloa Golf Course is a beautifully landscaped nine-hole facility overlooking Hilo Bay. Open daily, the course was built in 1970 and includes golf instruction, a putting green and a driving range.
Lite Hotels "Free Round of Golf" special includes nine holes of golf per person, per stay at Naniloa Golf Course when booking a Bay View room category or higher at Hilo Naniloa Hotel; a set of golf clubs per person, based on availability; an additional nine holes of golf available at $10 per person; cart rental available at $10 for nine holes and $15 for 18 holes, based on availability and tee times booked at check-in and subject to availability.
"We're thrilled to celebrate the addition of the bayfront Hilo Naniloa Hotel to our collection by offering guests an opportunity to play a free round of golf at a favorite local course," said Elizabeth Churchill, senior vice president of sales and marketing for Aqua Hospitality, in a written release. "The par 35 Naniloa Golf Course is a great amenity conveniently located across the street from the hotel."

Hilo Naniloa Hotel is a 383-room hotel providing beachfront accommodations on 72 acres.

It currently offers comfortable and affordable accommodations featuring views of Hilo Bay, Hilo Harbor and Mauna Kea. Amenities include daily complimentary continental breakfast, complimentary self-parking, a bayside swimming pool and sun deck and a business center. 


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