When Laurance S. Rockefeller opened the legendary Mauna Kea Beach Hotel in 1965, the $15 million property was the most expensive hotel ever built in Hawaii. It was the Mauna Kea that created the concept of understated elegance now common among luxury beach resorts. After being forced to close its doors in December 2006 due to earthquake damage, the Mauna Kea spent $150 million to refurbish, and finally reopened last December. The renovated property features expanded guest rooms, new ...

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