You’re Invited to Join Us in Paradise
The Hawaiian Oasis has been one of Kona's most popular
Bed & Breakfast Inns since first opening in the 1990s.
After some wonderful improvements to the suites and the grounds, In
2009 we re-opened as one of the FINEST Inns in the Hawaiian Islands.
We are located above the historic coastal town of Kailua-Kona and below the cool mist of Kona coffee country and the artist’s village of Holualoa. At the end of another day in paradise, you will be happy to retreat to the serenity of the Hawaiian Oasis.
Your Kona Bed and Breakfast Hosts
We love sharing our Aloha!
Darla and Peter have owned and operated the Hawaiian Oasis since 2005 with the help of family and friends. They love sharing their little piece of paradise with guests at the Oasis.
“After several trips to the other island, we first visited Kona in 2002, and the Big Island definitely hooked us! We fell in love with the property as soon as we saw it...(the Oasis has a way of doing that to people!) This is one of the most serene and peaceful places that we have ever laid our heads and let the cares of the "other" world disappear.
As the morning sun rises over the Hualalai summit, the air around the Oasis is filled with birdsong, and one can't help but awaken with a smile and sense of awe. After many years of ownership, it is still as magical as the first day we found this gem.
Innkeepers Tom and Maye Johnson
Tom and Maye Johnson became the innkeepers at the Hawaiian Oasis in the summer of 2014 after many visits to the Big Island. Although their home had been in Alaska for the last 40 years, they have a natural sense of “Aloha”!
Tom was raised in Michigan but after the Air Force offered him a “free trip” to Anchorage in 1968 he made Alaska his home. Maye, originally a school teacher, hails from Vermont and went to Alaska in 1973 to visit her 2 brothers, met Tom, and decided to stay. They were married in 1974 and raised their three children (2 girls and a boy) in Eagle River, Alaska, where they were still living until their recent move to Hawaii. They also leave behind 11 grandchildren, perhaps the most difficult part of their move.
Besides their natural sense of hospitality, they bring with them 10 years of experience with their own B&B. Besides teaching for 15 years, Maye also managed a busy tax office for 12 years and likes things done right. Tom worked for 40 years with a window company and knows his way around a toolbox. They have made some wonderful improvements around the property since their arrival, and have so far enjoyed trading their snow shovel for a palm tree pruner!
Besides the obvious skills they bring as our innkeepers, it’s really their natural warmth, helpfulness and good old fashioned hospitality that make us delighted to have them as part of the Hawaiian Oasis team. I’m sure you will enjoy spending time with them as much as we do!
Enjoy the Entire Hawaiian Oasis Estate
At the pool house Tiki Bar there is a kitchen, which is available for guest use, including a Gas BBQ, cooking and eating utensils, and personal space in the shared fridge. The waterfall pool, spa and tennis court are available at all times, but a quiet time of 9:00pm applies out of respect for our neighbors. Many areas of the estate are handicap accessible, and for our guests with physical limitations we will strive to meet any special needs.
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