The property, now a Noble House Resort, boasts its very own private beach, multiple swimming pools, waterfront restaurants, an award-winning spa, 55,000 square feet of versatile indoor and outdoor event space, a 500-slip marina, and a renowned private club— the Kona Kai Club. Paloma Pool and Bar, a new and exclusive pool area for adults only, allows guests to enjoy poolside craft cocktails and California Coastal cuisine while overlooking some of the region’s most breathtaking sunsets.
Since a photo is worth 1,000 words, we would like to share our gallery of original photos taken during our two-night stay at one of the property’s brand new suites that featured a pleasant island decor, a balcony overlooking San Diego Bay, and a deep soaking tub. I must admit the tub was the ultimate in relaxation after a long day of kayaking, hiking and other activities we enjoyed during our stay.
JOANNE & TONY DIBONA PHOTOGRAPHY: KONA KAI RESORT AND SPA
The only photos missing from our experience are from our oh-so-relaxing couples massage, which we relished as part of our experience at SpaTerre, the property’s state-of-the-art spa. We put down our cameras for an hour to luxuriate in the outstanding massage therapy we received under our therapists’ excellent hands.
For those of you who may be bird watchers, we were astounded at the number of magnificent sea birds that make their home in the marina just steps away from the hotel. It was such a pleasure to photograph them from the shore and as part of our exciting kayak excursion down the marina. Click on our photo link to see some lovely images of the amazing sea birds we encountered during this kayak adventure.
As San Diegans, we can honestly suggest the Kona Kai Resort, located just minutes away from San Diego International Airport, the historic downtown Gaslamp Quarter, and all of the city’s top attractions, for a Spring Break experience that is sure to please.
For more information and reservations, call 619.221.8000 or visit www.resortkonakai.com.