Upon arrival and check-in I was given an upgrade to one of the (4) suites. Wow, what an experience. It was a fabulous room. The hotel with the direct connection to the beach is amazing. The surrounding shops and restaurants were great too. A business trip to always remember.
With lush gardens, ponds, and waterfalls, this 22-acre Honolulu destination resort is fronted by several acres of Waikiki …More
We had the opportunity to spend a week at this wonderful hotel in September. Having previously stayed in Honolulu at the Royal Hawaiian several times we had heard much about the Halekulani and as such had very high expectations going into our visit.
I can say without no ambivalence that this was once of the finest stays we have had anywhere (including beyond Hawaii). This hotel understands the definition of service. The attention to every little detail is amazing. From cleanliness, to decor, to attentiveness of all the staff ranging from housekeeping, check-in, concierge, dining staff, valet, bell staff is absolutely second to none. I looked high and low for something that that did no attain the highest standards and could find none.
We dined at Le Mer, a highly regarded Michelin-starred restaurant for a very good reason. Exquisite food, presentation, service, ambiance and a view second to one. Yes, this was a ghastly expensive dining experience but nothing was left to chance or fell short. The Lewers Lounge music was world class, the setting luxurious yet comfy, the cocktails and bites were top flight. Orchids restaurant serves an incredible full breakfast that is a must over the buffet. Last but not least the House Without a Key continues to deliver great Hawaiian music and excellent hula!
Traveller from Philadelphia
Set on 5 acres fronting Waikiki Beach, the luxurious Halekulani is within 2 miles of Ala Moana Shopping Center, Honolulu Zoo …More
Compared to all off the other Hawaiin Islands Oahu left something to be desired. My husband and I were so glad we stayed at the Kahala as it still had the peace and beauty many of the resorts we stayed at on the other islands had. The hustle and bustle of Honolulu can be quite unnerving so the Kahala became our sanctuary. Our dolphin lagoon view room was spacious and luxurious. The room service was excellent.
Traveller from Houston, TX
The Kahala Hotel & Resort is located on a secluded crescent beach in the exclusive Kahala area of Honolulu, only 4 miles from …More
Waikoloa Beach Marriott has a good standard of accommodation and facilities. The prepaid breakfast selection is excellent. Staff are helpful and courteous when needed. We found it an ideal location for visiting other areas of the Big Island. Shops across the road are useful for daily needs, gift or special purchases. There are several good restaurants and a food hall on the complex. Waikoloa Beach Marriott has it's own beautiful beach which seems to be used by residents only. It has easy access with sunloungers and watersports available. If you like a busy resort then think about Hiloor Kona instead.
Traveller from North Wales
Fronting a deep, half-mile stretch of beach on the sunny Kohala Coast, this family-friendly Waikoloa Beach resort is located …More