The Kahala Hotel & Resort allows guests to experience the beachside beauty of Oahu in total luxury. As a member of The Leading Hotels of the World, guests will find an astounding class of amenities and service to match the indulgence found in their own Hawaiian island paradise.
Since opening in 1964, The Kahala Hotel & Resort has been reigning as the secret getaway for the discerning jet set of the world. Celebrities from across the world have graced its rooms and suites—John Wayne, The Rolling Stones, and Queen Elizabeth among them. The hotel is perfectly positioned on its own private stretch of sand and coconut palm beach. Its seclusion on the south east shore of Oahu, hidden away from greater Honolulu, offers its guests genuine exclusivity.
The Kahala took its inspiration from the mansions of Hawaiian royalty; fittingly, its rooms and suites echo the welcoming spirit of a refined home. Understated tropical themes come to life in soothing modern colors and bold graphic prints. Lush carpeting, airy linens, and rich wood furnishings elevate each space with warmth and comfort.
Select rooms and suites include a breezy private lanai with views of the ocean and beach beyond. In the Dolphin Lagoon wing, find a selection of Dolphin Lanai rooms that overlook the lagoon and its curious dolphin residents. Guests of The Kahala Hotel’s Scenic Rooms are met with gorgeous views of Ko’olau Mountains from The Kahala Tower.
Generously sized and fitted with indulgent Floris products, the en suite baths are a retreat all on their own. Find dual sinks and two separate dressing areas in each space, plus deep soaking bathtubs in select accommodations.
With 800 feet of beachfront, the sun, surf, and sand of Oahu is always within reach. Surfing and stand-up paddleboard lessons are offered complimentary for guests, and activities with the dolphins of the lagoon will delight guests of all ages. Stay active with the equipment and classes at the resort’s fitness center, or immerse yourself in utter pampering with the treatments at The Kahala Spa.
A bevvy of dining options at The Kahala will keep guests totally sated. Perhaps most notable is Hoku’s, a fine-dining fusion of flavors that is a favorite of President Obama. Dine in refined-casual style at the open-air Plumeria Beach House or the scenic Seaside Grill. At The Veranda, guests can take afternoon tea and enjoy dinner while live music is played, and Arancino offers Italian cuisine with a modern twist.Request Information