Every evening at our Waikiki resort hotel, Hawaiian music and dance is performed under the centuries-old Kiawe tree at House Without A Key.
When Halekulani opened its doors more than 30 years ago, it did so with the expectation of redefining luxury hospitality in Waikiki.
Every Wednesday at 5:30 p.m., guests are invited to our Hau Terrace for a reception hosted by our staff and General Manager, Mr. Ulrich Krauer.
Celebrating Christmas at Halekulani is a long-held and much-loved tradition. The warmth of the season is on display, from the lights that frame the front of the building, to the decorated trees and wreaths throughout the property.
Want to know more about the history of Waikiki Springs? Or why the rooftops at Halekulani are so distinct? Join Hi’inani Papapa Blakesley, a native of Honolulu, for our weekly Legacy Tours, and be invited into the world of the first Hawaiians, their traditions, and the legacy of Halekulani.
Upon arrival to Hawaii, visitors enter a world of lush, tropical plants. Halekulani extends this floral journey with its dedication to ikebana, the Japanese art of flower arranging.
In honor of our 30th anniversary, we are proud to release a special wine, unique to Halekulani.
When you arrive at Halekulani, calming shades of white and blue surround you. Yet by the water, something is different.
Next time you’re walking around Halekulani, take a moment to notice the plants that are thriving on the four corners of our property.