Check out the latest and greatest happenings at The Kahala.
Hawaii’s Kitchen - On The Road at Hoku’s
Features Hoku's new menu and renovations on the cover of the Sunday edition of Dining Out.
Features The Kahala in Letter from The Editor (page 22) and various page throughout the publication.
Presidential stay: Hotels that hosted the commander in chief featuring The Kahala and Imperial Suite.
Article and photo gallery about Polynesian navigation featuring Holokino Hawaii and The Kahala.
Watch Pro Zhang Xinjun on Holokino Hawaii as featured on PGA Tour international platforms.
Article and photo gallery featuring LPGA golf pro Michelle Wie, the "Most Stylish Woman in Golf."
All photographs taken at The Kahala Hotel & Resort.
Three feature TV segments on Hoku’s and Chef Eric Oto.
The Kahala Hotel Tree Lighting Ceremony feature.
Howard Dicus’ Business Report featuring new Hoku’s Chef Eric Oto. View Video
Chefs Speak Out: Hawaii Food and Wine Festival talent share their favorite spots. http://marinmagazine.com/August-2017/Chefs-Speak-Out/
The Perfect Day in Honolulu: "...head to the Kahala Resort & Hotel for a sailing canoe tour (exactly what it sounds like) with Holokino Hawai‘i. This tour is owned and operated by my friend Austin Kino, who is an apprentice navigator on Hōkūle‘a, a sailing canoe similar to those used by the ancient Polynesians. You’ll enjoy Captain Kino’s explanation of ahupua’a from the ocean, and his ability to point out the variety of seabirds that were once used to find signs of land by Polynesian navigators." https://explorepartsunknown.com/hawaii/the-perfect-day-in-honolulu/
12-page Cover story with NCIS star, Wilmer Valderrama in a photo spread at The Kahala, Feature on The Royal Pine drink and full-page feature on The Kahala Hotel & Resort. http://www.cbs.com/shows/watch_magazine/photos/1007668/get-a-little-slice-of-paradise-with-ncis-wilmer-valderrama/
9 Luxury Escapes for Animal Lovers: http://www.architecturaldigest.com/gallery/luxury-escapes-for-animal-lovers
Afternoon Tea at The Kahala Hotel. https://www.kathyylchan.com/2017/07/04/hawaii-afternoon-tea-at-the-kahala-hotel-2/
The Ultimate Guide To The Hawaiian Islands featuring The Kahala as the place to stay on Oahu. http://thezoereport.com/living/travel/hawaii-travel-guide/#slide-6
Destination Oahu - Where to eat, stay, and play on this food and sun lover’s island paradise.
...The Kahala Hotel and Resort Up until Barack Obama, who vacationed with his family each winter at a private residence on Oahu, every president since Lyndon Johnson has stayed at The Kahala, and it’s easy to see why. The hotel feels far removed from the hubbub of Honolulu, yet it’s only 15 minutes from Waikiki Beach. Located in front of a country club and next to a public park, The Kahala offers its own beach and a 26,000-square-foot lagoon, with stingrays, dolphins, and fish—creating a setting more idyllic than the Hawaii of my imagination...http://www.diablomag.com/May-2017/Destination-Oahu/
Top Resorts in Hawaii Experience the utmost in luxury at these top resorts in Hawaii
The Kahala Hotel & Resort Situated between the volcanic tuff cones of Diamond Head and Koko Head, the Kahala Hotel & Resort provides a lavish, private paradise. Along with the 338 rooms and suites, 5 elegant restaurants and a world-class spa, this luxurious Hawaiian resort features exotic, lush tropical gardens and a private 26,000-square-foot lagoon with their own resident dolphins. After basking in the sun on the crescent-shaped white sand beach or taking advantage of one the hotel’s beach activities like kayaking, paddleboarding or snorkeling, take the complimentary shuttle service to Waikiki, located only 10 minutes away. http://www.travelchannel.com/interests/luxury/articles/top-resorts-in-hawaii
Each year, Hawaii’s Green Business Awards salute the efforts of local businesses in promoting eco-friendly initiatives. Kahala Resort and Spa was recognized by the state in 2015 for its emphasis on conserving natural resources, minimizing waste, and raising environmental awareness among employees, guests, and the local community...https://www.kiwicollection.com/blog/hotels-on-the-front-lines-of-climate-change/34578
The Kahala Hotel & Resort was featured on Secret Lives of the Super Rich Season Finale. Secret Lives of the Super Rich is an American television series hosted by Robert Frank airing on CNBC. The series explores how wealthy people live, what they buy and how they travel.
The Kahala Hotel & Resort was featured on TV evening news segments broadcasted on Verizon FiOS1 New York’s 7 and 10 pm evening newscasts. Special appreciation to our gracious staff featured in the segments: Gerald Glennon our GM, Executive Chef Wayne Hirabiyashi, Recreation Director Spring Chang and Julie at Dolphin Quest.
The Dining Out cover feature on Plumeria Beach House's new Kama‘āina Thursdays and a sidebar on The Kahala’s Valentine’s Day offerings.
A few months ago, Gerald Glennon became the general manager of The Kahala Hotel & Resort, which was purchased by Resorttrust in 2014. PBN caught up with him to find out the biggest he’s made in business and the biggest reward of his job.
At the Beach at Kahala Resort in Honolulu During Sunrise Phil Petrulli, executive vice president of Holiday Travel International - American Express, told Travel Agent the best sunrise to get engaged to in all of Hawaii is the one at the beach at the The Kahala Hotel & Resort in Honolulu. “The Kahala offers a quiet, out-island experience away from the bustle and action of Waikiki,” he says. Be forewarned though, potential proposers can have their thunder stolen as it’s very possible to see some A-list celebrities here. Since its opening in 1964, the Kahala has continuously hosted world leaders and Hollywood icons.
On August 4, 1961, President Obama was born in Honolulu, Hawaii where he attended Punahou School, the island’s top prep academy. Honolulu is Hawaii's only true metropolis and offers visitors everything from exciting watersports to a mixed bag of international cuisines and Victorian-era brick buildings, including the nation’s only royal palace. There’s so much to do here it’s difficult to only pick a few activities, but some of our favorites include taking a helicopter tour of the island, enjoying a private tour of Pearl Harbor, hitting the greens at Ko‘olau Golf Club and shopping on the palm tree-lined Luxury Row featuring stores like Saint Laurent, Chanel and Tiffany & Co. Be sure to also take advantage of Hawaii’s gorgeous sunsets and charter a private 52-foot yacht for a day of snorkeling with sea turtles, tanning and watching the sky turn shades of orange, pink and purple in the evening.
The Kahala Hotel & Resort, Hawaii Built in 1964, this luxury hotel might be located in a posh Honolulu neighborhood, but it still manages to create a non-pretentious, family-friendly atmosphere. That’s not to say its pedigree isn’t impressive — not only was this the place where Liz Taylor and Richard Burton hid from the paparazzi after getting married (the first time) in 1964, but famous faces like Michael Jackson, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Snoop Dogg and every president since Lyndon B. Johnson have all rested their head here. And just in case you need reminding of the good company you’re in, make your way to the lobby, where you’ll find a Wall of Fame with framed photos of former guests.