“Unforgettable” is a word easy to overuse, but that’s really the best way to describe a wedding in Hawaii. Given tropical sunshine, landscapes at once verdant and breathtakingly rugged, and that ineffable Polynesian tranquility that infuses the place, the archipelago provides an unparalleled setting for tying the knot.
You’ll find some of the very best Hawaii wedding packages right here at the Kahala Hotel & Resort, where we’re ready to do anything and everything to elevate your special day into truly sublime territory.
When you consider the lavishness of our wedding packages, the attentiveness and expertise of our wedding planners, and the awe-inspiring beauty of our grounds, you’ll understand why we’re such a beloved venue for matrimonial magic.
For many people all around the world, Hawaii is synonymous with romance. And it doesn’t get any more romantic than the Kahala Hotel & Resort on Oahu’s southeastern shores, just a coconut’s toss from Waikiki and downtown Honolulu but tucked into its very own private paradise.
On the hunt for a meeting venue in Hawaii? Well, look no further: Here at the Kahala Hotel & Resort in Oahu, we’ve got the space, the resources, and the jaw-dropping location to make any business event or conference a homerun success!
If you’re seeking a preeminent spa experience in Hawaii, look no further than the Kahala Hotel & Resort. For decades, our guests have sought us out for the utmost in Oahu luxury, and that certainly extends to the tranquil space of the Kahala Spa: a genuine swath of paradise expressly designed for your own personal relaxation and rejuvenation.
Given the caliber of its treatments and its therapists, it’s no surprise that our on-site spa has received so many accolades—including a 2012 nod by Condé Nast Traveler as one of the Top 20 Resort Spas in the world.
If you like your vacation spiced with plenty of time out on the fairways, take note: The Kahala’s one of the best-situated hotels for golf in Hawaii. Oahu leads the state in number & variety of golf courses, and they include some absolute stunners. Our island—the Gathering Place—turns out to be just as enchanting for golfers as any other visitor: The experience of teeing up against a backdrop of lush rainforest and jagged emerald mountains has no parallel on the U.S. mainland.
If you’d like to mix a bit of retail therapy in with the sun, sand, and surf of your luxury Kahala getaway, you’re in luck. Greater Honolulu has the full gamut of shopping experiences, from some of the world’s most extravagant malls to deliciously tucked-away mom-and-pop storefronts.
Here’s a brief rundown of some of the most notable larger-scale retail outlets in Kahala’s backyard. Treat the list as a starting point, though: There are hidden-gem storefronts aplenty in Oahu, from Honolulu to the North Shore!
Hawaii personifies the melting-pot idea of the United States, its modern culture a fascinating mixture of Native Hawaiian, East Asian, American, European, and many other strands. That multicultural melange, meanwhile, finds one of its richest expressions in Hawaiian cuisine, which incorporates elements from all over the world.
Stay with us at the Kahala Resort, and you’re ideally situated to explore this culinary universe: Oahu’s got an absolutely world-class lineup of restaurants and eateries, not to mention some fantastic farmer’s markets!
In Part 1 of our roundup of Kahala Hotel & Resort health-and-wellness experiences, we detailed our blissful onsite spa treatments and our wide-ranging restaurants. This time around, we’ll survey a few of the outdoor activities that manage to combine healthful exercise with loads of world-class scenery and fun.
We probably whetted your appetite for romantic outings within easy reach of Kahala Resort in our last blogpost. Well, here are a few more possibilities—from an American heiress’s heavenly abode to our very own starlit beachfront!
What do Queen Elizabeth II and Janet Jackson have in common? Aside from their royal monikers, the Queen of England and the Queen of Pop have both been guests at The Kahala Resort.
In Hawaii, May Day is known as Lei Day, a time to celebrate the Hawaiian cultureand fragrant flower lei.