Lawsuit questions increased fees at North Kona resort (HI)

The right to exclusivity can be expensive. Perhaps that is no more so than at the Hualalai Resort and Four Seasons Resort Hualalai.  The former comprises homes where owners and their families have all the perks of the latter, the top-of-the line resort. But the resort is now charging owners’ guests, outside their immediate families, an additional $250 a night during peak times, atop the nightly rental fee at a minimum of $1,000.   Read the article………….


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