Pyramid Hotel Group Selected to Manage Sheraton Keauhou Bay Resort & Spa

Pyramid Hotel Group has been selected to oversee resort management of the 519-room oceanfront Sheraton Keauhou Bay Resort & Spa on Hawaii’s Big Island.

Set on 22 acres on scenic Keauhou Bay, every room at Sheraton Keauhou Bay Resort & Spa features spectacular ocean or mountain views, private lanai and signature Sheraton Sweet SleeperĀ® beds. The property is celebrated as the home of the Big Island’s longest waterslide that spills into a freshwater pool complete with sandy-bottom children’s play area. Additional recreation options include ocean sports, tennis, basketball, volleyball and nearby golf. Its inviting tropical ambience includes a weekly luau, the island-inspired Ho’ola Spa, inventive local dining, and more than 60,000-square-feet of indoor and outdoor meeting and event space, including the dedicated Bayside Chapel and Bayside Wedding Lawn.

The Manta Ray Super Pool & Slide is a centerpiece at Sheraton Keauhou Bay Resort & Spa.

The Manta Ray Super Pool & Slide is a centerpiece at Sheraton Keauhou Bay Resort & Spa

“We are delighted to add Sheraton Keauhou Resort & Spa to our management portfolio,” said Jim Dina, Pyramid’s Chief Operating Officer. “We look forward to ensuring that the resort is a top choice for kamaaina and visitors alike, whether they are on vacation, planning a memorable wedding or family reunion, or organizing a productive business meeting in this spectacular setting.”

“This is the perfect opportunity to refine an oceanfront gem in ways that match its spectacular setting and better engage the heartfelt spirits of our associates,” said Steven Lindburg, newly appointed Area Managing Director and General Manager of Sheraton Keauhou Bay Resort & Spa. “An important priority is that the entire team of dedicated hospitality professionals at Sheraton Keauhou Bay plays active and rewarding roles in the Kona community in ways that resonate with our guests and area residents.”

A multi-million dollar guest room and public areas reinvigoration will soon be underway at this place of “new beginnings,” the Hawaiian meaning for Keauhou. Meanwhile, Sheraton Keauhou Bay Resort & Spa has added new cultural activities for guests and the public to enjoy, including complimentary twice-weekly guided tours of the cultural preserve area adjacent to the resort. The tours enhance guests’ appreciation and understanding of the area’s importance in Hawaiian history.

Other guest activities now include lei making, hula and story-telling around a shoreline fire pit while enjoying s’mores. Daily pastimes vary and might also include rubber duckie races down the slide, water volleyball, and arts and crafts. Sheraton Keauhou Bay Resort & Spa also debuted a new teens-only hangout called Club Le’ale’a (“fun”) with Xbox and Wii games. The resort has also revamped its locally-focused menus to better showcase the island’s bounty.

Learn more at www.SheratonKeauhou.com.

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