This beach is formed by the joining of Polo Beach Club on the south end fronts and the Fairmont Kea Lani Hotel in the north side. Usually the south end is uncrowded as compared with the north end that becomes overly crowded with all the Kea Lani guests, beautiful cabanas, and countless lounge chairs at times. The full name of the beach is "Ke Oone O Polo" translated as "The sand is not thick" is quite accurate. Though there are plenty of rocks poking.
During calm seass around the rocky point to the north end of the beach, snorkeling is excellent. When a south swell comes in, boogie boarding is quite good. Its gentle slopes make swimming a pleasure but it is advised that during large swells that you avoid this beach for this is known to form dangerous rip currents.