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A golden time for Mauna Kea hotel
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The Mauna Kea Beach Hotel, part of Marriott International’s Autograph Collection, is celebrating its 50th anniversary this summer.

Talk with visitors who make regular return trips to the Aloha State and one sentiment will become a familiar refrain: “It just feels like home.”

One resort that may well inspire that description more commonly than any other in the Islands is the Mauna Kea Beach Hotel, a luxury standout on the Big Island of Hawaii that’s celebrating its 50th anniversary this summer.

“It’s our favorite hotel on the Big Island, because it’s so laid-back, and it’s got a really welcoming, Hawaiian atmosphere,” said Sheree Dreewes, a travel agent working with Foothills Travel in Renton, Wash., who stayed at the 252-room property last fall.

“We spoke with so many people who were return guests and just loved the place,” she continued. “And they all think of it as their home in Hawaii.”

The first resort built on the Big Island’s western Kohala Coast, the Mauna Kea was the vision of Laurance Rockefeller, who fell in love with the beachfront location during a 1960 helicopter flyover.

“There was nothing here on the site back then,” said Phyllis Branco, hotel manager at the Mauna Kea. “And while Rockefeller flew over with the governor of the state of Hawaii, he said, ‘This is it. This is the beach where I want to place my hotel.’”

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