Weddings & Celebrations
Hold your event in tropical splendor
Where the orchids smell of chocolate
From a lavish and romantic wedding, to a large or intimate gathering, the secluded waterfront location of The Kahala Hotel & Resort makes for an unforgettable experience.
Our gorgeously appointed rooms add uniqueness to any occasion and with 12,760 square-feet of banquet space, they're ideal for receptions of up to 300 people. And of course our legendary service is guaranteed to impress - discreet, informed and always on hand.
Brides and Mothers-to-be will really be surprised when you shower them with love at a Kahala-style event. We’ve got the food, flower, decorations and cake connections to make your event extra special. Let our catering department take the worry out of planning your next event. Need a photographer? No problem. Our vendors are the very best—experienced and ready to capture all the smiles at your bridal or wedding shower. Love needs no appointment… stop by the catering office at The Kahala Hotel & Resort or call (808) 739.8715 to arrange an appointment.
To plan your wedding at The Kahala, register with our Kahala Honeymoon Registry where your friends and family can contribute to your Kahala honeymoon.
After the Ceremony
Enjoy a lazy Champagne breakfast in your room as you wake up to the view of the Pacific Ocean or Dolphin Lagoon. Then carry on the theme of relaxation with a wonderful room service day or enjoy a day of pampered relaxation with one of the many treatments on offer at our Spa.
But if you fancy something a little more active, the CHI Fitness Center has a state of the art facilities, while other sporting possibilities abound nearby. Or why not take the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to swim with dolphins in our private lagoon? Then sip early evening cocktails in the chic The Veranda. And end the day enjoying a candlelit dinner at Hoku's.
There's so much to see and do within a short distance of the hotel that a day at leisure is easily filled. Visit Iolani Palace, for example, America's only royal palace and a popular setting for film and TV shows like Hawaii Five-O. If you develop a taste for even more opulence, drop in to Shangri-la, the five-acre Black Point residence of heiress Doris Duke, festooned with artworks and architectural features from Iran, Syria, Morocco, Turkey and India.
And of course you're just a stroll from Waikiki Beach, one of the most famous people-watching beaches in the world, and the perfect place to try your hand at surfing or riding in an outrigger canoe. Then once you've worked up an appetite, return to the resort for dinner, watching the sunset over the ocean at Plumeria Beach House, and a room-service night-cap in your stunning room or suite.