Halekulani Hotel

Resting resplendently on the shores of Waikiki Beach, flanked by soft Hawaiian sand and fringed by towering palms swaying in the ocean breeze, Halekulani Resort has hosted guests for nearly 100 years. With a reputation for gracious and benevolent hospitality, superior guest services and tantalizing cuisine, the Halekulani Hotel is one of the most luxurious Oahu resorts on the island. Renowned throughout the world for an all-encompassing list of amenities and close proximity to a number of excellent Oahu attractions, the Halekulani Hotel is a premier choice for Hawaii holidays.

This Waikiki Beach hotels inhouse connoisseurs offer an unrivaled experience with the most enticing and innovative cuisine found in the islands. At the Halekulani Hotel Honolulu guests enjoy an array of wine events, delectable dinners created by renowned guest chefs and even cooking lessons from Halekulani Resorts acclaimed chefs. The four restaurants found on site are House Without a Key, Lewers Lounge, Orchids and La Mer providing a wide assortment of culinary delights. Each restaurant offers gourmet meals complete with stunning ocean views.

The variety in guest accommodations is a reminder of Halekulani's commitment to offering guests exactly what they require. Guest rooms at the Halekulani Hotel Honolulu are a favored choice and boast incredible contemporary designs with elegant, natural hues throughout. With Halekulani packages guests will enjoy elegance and refinement amid a backdrop of rich furnishings, large lanais and personalized amenities. Each room has a glass shower and deep tub, marbled bath vanity, flat screen TV, entertainment center, high speed internet and plush cotton robes. Choose form partial or full ocean views, garden views, ocean front and Diamond Head ocean front rooms with panoramas of the blue Pacific. Suites range from guest rooms, luxury, executive and royal suites.

Staying at the Halekulani Hotel Honolulu, guests embark on a journey that appeals to every sense. Spa Halekulani is the perfect compliment to an affluent stay at the hotel and features rejuvenating treatments, a serene backdrop providing an experience replete with tranquility. Ancient Polynesian healing methods are used in the treatments at the spa and create a menu brimming with reconditioning facials, relaxing massages and many other divine regimens.

Halekulani is well known for being one of the most expensive hotels in Waikiki yet does offer a number of excellent Halekulani Packages. Each suite, if occupied for a minimum of three nights, allows guests to enjoy a discount on the total. The Family Plan Halekulani packages afford additional savings for families booking more than one room or suite. Hawaii vacation packages also include Spa Halekulani packages offering two 75-minute treatments, a special spa gift and a delicious daily buffet breakfasts. The packages also includes admission to several cultural venues and fine art establishments, complimentary local calls and a daily morning paper. Oahu golfing packages and romance packages are also featured at the Halekulani Hotel.

There are many things to in Oahu around Honolulu and the hotel aids guests in making any arrangements they require, from Oahu tours to golf reservations, and can also offer suggestions and advice for self guided sightseeing. A tour of the Royal Palace offers a glimpse into Hawaii's affluent past while a hike up to the Diamond Head summit provides one of the best views on the island. Halekulani Resort guests can also tour the Waikiki Aquarium, visit Sea Life Park, see humpback whales, tour Pearl Harbor and visit historic mission houses. The hotel is so beautiful that leaving the grounds is difficult but guests will find a number of activities to create lasting memories of a fun and fulfilling holiday.

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