The Finest, For Our Guests

For You, Everything

Our “For You, Everything” program offers our guests complimentary access to some of the island’s finest arts and cultural events.

  • Bishop Museum

    The Bishop Museum was built in 1889 by Charles Bishop as a tribute to his wife, Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop, who was a member of Hawaii's royal family. The museum features the largest Asia/Pacific natural history collection in the world, along with displays of ancient Hawaiian crafts and exquisite royal artifacts.

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    Complimentary access provided to Halekulani guests.

  • Doris Duke's Shangri-La

    Shangri-La is Doris Duke’s tribute to Islamic art. Built from 1936-1938, this stunning example of modernist architecture overlooks the Pacific Ocean and Diamond Head and houses the heiress’ broad and celebrated collection of Islamic art.

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    Complimentary tour provided to Halekulani guests on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month.

  • Hawaii Symphony Orchestra

    The Hawaii Symphony Orchestra was founded in 1900 and is the oldest orchestra in the US west of the Rocky Mountains.

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    Complimentary access provided to Halekulani guests.

  • Honolulu Museum of Art

    Hawaii's oldest and largest art museum was founded in 1927. It is recognized for its outstanding collection of Asian, European, Pacific, American and African art, showcased in some 30 galleries surrounding six garden courts.

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    Complimentary access provided to Halekulani guests.

  • Iolani Palace

    Built in 1822, this Renaissance-style mansion is the only royal palace in the United States. It was once the official residence of Hawaii's last reigning monarchs, King Kalakaua and Queen Lilíuokalani. Painstakingly restored, the Palace today is a monument to the Hawaiian monarchy's grandeur.

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    Complimentary access provided to Halekulani guests.

  • Art & Architecture Tour

    Experience the rich culture of Hawaii’s iconic showcase of acclaimed architect Vladimir Ossipoff, Liljestrand House. Built for Betty and Howard Liljestrand, the Liljestrand House is an outstanding example of Mr. Ossipoff’s work and of mid-twentieth century Hawaiian modern architecture overlooking Diamond Head and Honolulu.

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    The Art and Architecture tour occurs on the first and third Thursday of each month.Round trip transportation and tour is complimentary for registered, in-room guests. Space is limited to 11 guests per tour. Reservations can be made with the Concierge.

  • Manoa Heritage Center

    Nestled in the Manoa Valley, Mānoa Heritage Center is a 3.5-acre living classroom dedicated to promoting the understanding of Hawaiʻi’s natural and cultural heritage. Featuring Kūkaʻōʻō Heiau, the last intact heiau (ancient temple) in the greater ahupuaʻa (land division) of Waikīkī, as well as one of Oahu's most diverse collections of native Hawaiian plants and garden of Polynesian-introduced plants (also known as canoe plants).

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    Complimentary tour provided to Halekulani guests on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month (Beginning in December; see Concierge for more details).