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The Keiki Club can make a vacation truly relaxing

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Whether in town for business or pleasure our Keiki Club can help make your business or vacation travel a true pleasure with the resort’s supervised children’s program, The Keiki Club, takes advantage of the area’s natural wonders and Hawaii’s unique customs to provide an educational and entertaining program for children aged five to 12 years.

The Keiki Club program is operated year-round by trained child-care professionals.  The full-day program runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.   Activities such as hula dancing, palm frond weaving, lei making and ukulele playing are some of the ways Keiki Club kids learn the wonderful ways of the Hawaiian culture.  Kids also enjoy listening 

to Hawaiian folk tales and legends and playing traditional island games such as Konane and Maori Poi Ball which was developed to train courageous young warriors in ancient times.

The natural wonders of Hawaii provide even more fodder for exploration and discovery.  The mysteries of the ocean are discussed on reef walks while collecting sea shells.  Kids enjoy fishing for mullet, squirrel fish, rock crab and eels with traditional bamboo-poles and making their own kites to catch the island’s ocean breezes.


Our child care professionals take great care to educate children about the importance of protecting our environment from pollution and promoting healthy marine life and children are encouraged to start their own recycling program at home. Our services are designed to give you more flexibility with your time and reassurance that your children are in good hands.



The Kahala Spa An Island of Relaxation & Rejuvenation

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The Kahala Spa Suites

Sweet Suites – The spacious and elegantly wood-decored spa treatment rooms set a new standard of luxury for Hawai’i spa visitors. Each treatment area has 550 square feet of space with special amenities that include private infinity tubs which are a part of many of our signature treatments, state-of-the-art treatment equipment and changing area.


Relaxing to the beautiful sounds of the ocean...

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Nestled on a stretch of unspoiled beach along Oahu's southeast shores, The Kahala Hotel & Resort is an extraordinary treasure.

Our exquisite oceanfront playground is just east of Diamond Head. Travel10 minutes to Waikiki's glittering attractions, or simply relax in a hommock on our private beach. Just outside your door, you’ll find a pristine coastal landscape, endless recreation, and ocean views that will carry you as far away as your dreams will take you.  

Just imagine swaying gently in a hammock... It is truly relaxing, and it's not just ocean breezes and piña coladas...

Home for the Holidays at The Kahala

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One of the 50 ways to love The Kahala is our delicious chocolate covered macadamia nuts.  Carefully prepared by our chefs, the Chocolate Macadamia Nuts are a delectable delight. Made fresh daily, premium quality Hawaiian Macadamia Nuts are combined with the highest quality tempered chocolate. They are then packaged in our custom-designed boxes and are available individually as dark, milk or white chocolate or a selection of all three in the 1lb box only.

For a limited time we are selling our 1 pound boxes for $40 (regular $50), our 1/2 pound boxes are $25.  Send the perfect "omiyage" to your friends and family on the mainland or that are away from home!  

Enjoying Afternoon Tea at The Veranda

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The Kahala joined the ranks of one of the world’s great resorts when it opened in 1964. The late 60’s were a time of American ingenuity - in music, in automobiles and entertainment. During the first decade of The Kahala,
Hollywood celebrities and royalty came to stay. Visit our lobby Wall of Fame to catch a glimpse of The Kahala Who’s Who through the years and celebrate with us the legend that is The Kahala.

The Veranda is the perfect place to enjoy your Afternoon Tea. Whether young or old, High Tea is always an island favorit.  Guests will be spoiled for choice with treats such as  freshly baked scones served with clotted cream, and preservesl, a selection of four savories, and four sweets. Your choices of savories are island inspired, asian flair, european elegance and heartier selections.  And in celebration of our Golden Jubilee, we have four decadent desserts.  Each carefully chosen for you.

The Blue Hawaii Macaroon
Elvis would have loved our blue macaroon
with orange and curacao ganache filling.

The Wili Wili Bar
Chef Michael’s delightful shortbread crust
with coconut, chocolate chip, and
marshmallow topping, straight from one
of our Hawaiian auntie’s recipe book.

The Mai Tai Tart
The Mad Men would have loved this one!
Almond frangipane tart with
fresh pineapple and dark rum glaze.

The Kahala Coconut Cake
We dug deep into our culinary archives
to revive this classic chiffon cake with
coconut pastry cream and whipped cream