An oasis of tranquility awaits at the Halekulani in Waikiki. Rooms are one of seven shades of white to add to the calming experience and allow the views of the sea and sky to be the focal point.
Halekulani means house befitting heaven and guests will feel like they have stepped into paradise when they arrive here.
Enjoy the view of Diamond Head, Waikiki Beach, and a volcanic crater from one of the Suites. The Orchid Suite has floor-to-ceiling doors that open to private lawns and an open-air lounge. Rooms range in size and have views of the water, pool, beach or the garden courtyard. A personal butler will attend to your every need.
Abundant dining options are available at Halekulani. Dress in your finest and head to the award-winning La Mer, which is considered the finest restaurant in Honolulu, offering a menu of local tropical ingredients inspired by the flavors of the south of France. Savor apertifs and creative drinks in the plush ambiance of the L’Aperitif Cocktail Bar. For an oceanfront view, visit Orchids, serving Italian pastas with local prawns and scallops. A fully tropical experience awaits at the House Without a Key – sip on the signature mai tai while listening to Hawaiian music and watching the graceful traditional hula dancing.
Revitalize your mind and body at the SpaHalekulani which uses Polynesian therapeutic rituals. Learn about healthy eating and tips to boost energy at one of the Living Well lectures. Cook with chefs to learn their secrets and take them home with you.
A dip into the pool and admire the 1.2 million tiles that were used to form the Cattleya orchid design within. Lounge in one of the chaises and be doted on by an attendant with a steady supply of treats and towels.
Halekulani is the perfect starting point to explore Oahu, a beautiful place of sand and sea, history and culture. The Bishop Museum houses the largest Asia/Pacific natural history collection in the world and the Iolani Palace is the only royal palace in the United States. Built in 1822, it was once the official residence of Hawaii’s last reigning monarchs. Nature lovers will enjoy watching whales from the top of Diamond Head or stroll through the palms and vibrant orchids of the Botanical Gardens.Request Information