Halekulani

2199 Kalia Road, Honolulu, HI, 96815 United States
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Subscriber Benefits

Subscriber Benefits
  • Best available non-restricted rates
  • Room upgrade from a Partial Ocean View to an Ocean View, or from an Ocean View to an Ocean Front, when available at time of booking
  • Daily buffet breakfast for two at House Without A Key, or a la carte breakfast Mon.-Sat. at Orchids
  • 75 USD resort credit per room
  • Complimentary access to select cultural venues in the city
  • 4 p.m. late checkout, when available

From Andrew Harper

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Oceanfront 453-room hotel set in a quiet five-acre enclave on Waikiki Beach near the prime shopping district. Generous rooms, recently revitalized, include twin or king beds, desks, large lanais with chaises longues, and separate sitting areas with love seats, coffee tables and occasional chairs; most offer ocean views. Baths provide soaking tubs and separate glass stall showers. A variety of inviting restaurants includes the gourmet La Mer with neoclassic French cuisine, casually elegant Orchids and indoor/outdoor House Without A Key. Amenities include a large oceanside freshwater pool, a sophisticated spa, fitness facilities, a small beach and truly exceptional concierges. Golf and tennis privileges are available nearby.

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From the Hideaway Report

June 2014 Hideaway Report

Right on Waikiki Beach, Halekulani has long been one of my favorite hotels, and I always find an excuse to return. On this occasion, I was also interested to see the results of a $52 million refurbishment of the 453 rooms and suites, completed in 2012. Despite the considerable outlay, the changes have not been dramatic. Instead, the hotel seems revitalized. The moment we arrived at the porte- cochère, a cadre of bellmen swept up our luggage and we we ...

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Rates

Ocean View Room, $720-$775; Ocean-Front Room, $775-$835; Diamond Head Oceanfront Room, $830-900; Junior Ocean Suite, $1,055-$1,140.

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Rates include Wi-Fi, local calls, daily newspaper and fitness center access.

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From our Readers

From Our Members May 1, 2013 | 16:59:35
Halekulani is a stellar example of expansion and model - now with 450 beds but done in such a clever way that it remains intimate where it counts. Terrific architecture - we both thought, wonderful colours and really great attention to detail. The operation is flawless in our opinions. We covered all of the eating options - each serving a different purpose and each very good to outstanding in terms of charm and service. La Mer is so attractive - interesting very good food.
Seattle_308 February 6, 2013 | 9:43:55
I was disappointed to read the negative reader comments on the Halekulani in the October Hideaway Report. Based on our recent (January 2013) trip, we respectfully disagree. Of course there are rooms with limited ocean views, but the hotel's website includes a schematic that shows the likely views from each room. This year we chose a Junior Suite. The anteroom was small, but the principal room and bath were spacious and well-furnished. There were two decks (one tiny), each with views of the ocean and Diamond Head. The sunsets we saw from the room were spectacular. A hotel brochure says that the construction project ended in July 2012. We were aware only of routine maintenance - and the rooms and grounds were beautifully maintained. All three restaurants (and Nobu, across the street) were excellent. In particular, La Mer under its new chef Alexandre Trancher is surely worthy of at least one Michelin star. The staff was uniformly friendly and professional. All in all, the Halekulani deserves at least the 96 rating Mr. Harper gave it.
Maryhadalittlelamb August 17, 2012 | 15:18:14
Oh! And Nobu across the street.
Maryhadalittlelamb August 17, 2012 | 14:58:37
My favorite hotel ever. It's the special place on the lawn by the Pacific that seems to ooze a sense of the eternal - the wonderful dining - and most of all the extraordinary people.
From Our Members February 16, 2012 | 14:57:49
The Halekulani is an extraordinary hotel in every way. The service levels and attention to detail are exemplary. There is a warmth that pervades every single person in that hotel that is VERY RARELY duplicated.
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Subscriber Benefits

Subscriber Benefits
  • Best available non-restricted rates
  • Room upgrade from a Partial Ocean View to an Ocean View, or from an Ocean View to an Ocean Front, when available at time of booking
  • Daily buffet breakfast for two at House Without A Key, or a la carte breakfast Mon.-Sat. at Orchids
  • 75 USD resort credit per room
  • Complimentary access to select cultural venues in the city
  • 4 p.m. late checkout, when available

Amenities

24-hour Room Service
Air-Conditioning
Airport Transfers
Babysitting Services
Bar
Beachfront
Biking
Boat Rental
Business Center
Deepsea Fishing
Fitness Center
Fly Fishing
Golf
Hair Salon
Hiking
Horseback Riding
Housekeeping Daily
iPod Docking Station/MP3 Player
Kayaking
Kids Club
Laundry
Massage
Non-Smoking Public Areas
Outdoor Swimming Pool, Heated
Restaurant
Robes
Roll-away/Crib Available
Room Service
SCUBA Diving
Snorkeling
Spa
Spa Treatment
Sundry Shop/Boutique
Tennis Courts
TV
Wireless Internet, Complimentary

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