Halekulani Hotel

, Honolulu, United States
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Halekulani Hotel

, Honolulu
5 star

Rooms: 456

2199 Kalia Road - Honolulu - Hawaii - 96815-1988 - United States 808 923 2311
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Wonderful Hotel

from A TripAdvisor Member
We enjoyed our time in HNL even if it was thunderstorming the 3 out of 4 days that we were in HNL. The staff was friendly, the concerige service was knowledgeable and the room was excellent. The notes @ turndown, the welcome gifts, and maid service, just adds a little extra to your experience. Service really matters and you will be very happy here.

sunset and coconut cake....

from SugarWahine
I am in love with Halekulani and you don't have to be a millionaire to take advantage of it either. The House without a Key is a great place for a light dinner, dessert, a mai tai and a beautiful sunset. They have live entertainment too! THEY HAVE THE BEST COCONUT CAKE ON THE PLANET!! Solo or romantic, don't miss this place!

Halekulani is Incredible!

from A TripAdvisor Member
The Halekulani was incredible!. We were pampered beyond measure. The hotel took the liberty of upgrading us to a full oceanfront room on the 4th floor, with an outside lanai with 2 chairs and a table and chaise lounge overlooking the pool and the ocean beach. Inside the sliding glass doors were another set of sliding louvered panels for privacy. When we checked in, an employee escorted us to the room for a tour and we took care of the "paperwork" in the room.The room included a huge main area, sofa, chairs, desk, King bed and entertainment center with stereo, CD and Video/DVD player. The lights, music, TV, message center, and phone were all controlled from a command center on the nightstand. The closet shared a wall with the bathroom, with sliding doors on each side, so you could access the hanging clothes from either the bathroom or the sleeping area, and the closet contained the safe, thermostat, and occupancy sensors to turn closet lights on when the room was occupied. (I suspect these were also used to let the hotel staff and housekeeping know when the room was occupied, so they never knocked when we were in the room.) The bathroom was huge, with a large deep tub and a huge separate glass-walled shower with thermostatically controlled water settings, sink, a lady's vanity with stool, and a complete assortment of every amenity for bathing and personal care you might imagine. The room included a wet bar with refrigerator and complimentary bottled water and juice. The hotel staff refreshed the ice in the 2 ice buckets 2-3 times each day. The room even had a doorbell in the hall!When we returned to from dinner the first night, there was a bottle of champagne on ice with 2 glasses, accompanied by hand-written note from the hotel manager, with congratulations and thanks for celebrating our anniversary with them. The bed was turned down, the bed cover had been removed and folded and placed under the bench at the foot of the bed, and there was another note from the staff wishing us "good dreams" and a wrapped seashell in a box on the pillow.We both felt spoiled and welcomed at the same time! The concierge staff took care of our every wish, arranging transporation, tours, and anything we needed, including several calls to our tour group Vacations to get answers to questions for us. The next few days were more of the same! Incredible courtesy, and a staff that lived by the hotel's motto:"For you, Everything..."The concierge staff also saved us a lot of time and allowed us to see more, since the tour group people insisted we attend the morning breakfast meeting, but wanted us to walk about 6 blocks to the breakfast location to arrive by 7 am and stay with them for most of the day for their free tours and sights. Had we done that, we would have been unable to book several tours which were selling out quickly. Instead, the concierge arranged for us to visit the Pearl Harbor & Arizona Memorial on Sunday morning, coordinating that tour driver to take us directly to a boat and submarine dive off Waikiki Beach, to return us for some shopping and leisure later that evening, and the Polynesian Cultural Center all day Monday, with a few hours more leisure on Tuesday before our flight to Maui. We plan to return soon!

Wonderful!

from Danni0005
Enjoyed my time here. Gym has great view. Awesome pool. Centrally located. Lovely room. Wonderful service. loved this lpace!

Loved the Halekulani

from A TripAdvisor Member
Spent over a week at the Halekulani in February, what a wonderful hotel. Friendly staff, beautiful room and peaceful surroundings. The beach area is nonexistent, but the pool is just beautiful. Be sure to get the sunrise package - The House Without a Key & Orchids both serve an excellent breakfast. I recommend a visit to the hotel's spa as well.

Perfection

from A TripAdvisor Member
Our two night stay was perfect. As we came out of the limo, they greeted us by name. Check-in was prompt and in our room. The bathroom had more amenities than any hotel I've ever been to. Rooms were beautifully decorated. Everything about the hotel was perfect. Our dinner at Le Mer was equally perfect. And near the Don Ho Theater to boot!

close to perfect hotel

from A TripAdvisor Member
The minute we walked in the Halekulani evrything seemed perfect, we were tired from the long flight arriving way past midnight. Everyone greated us like we were the most important people in the world, room introduction by the manager, fruits and chocolate, big rooms, well decorated , big lanai , impecable bathroom... And a view to remember for ages... Breakfeast every morning in the sunrise package and the little details by everybody on staff makes this first class all the way... I stayed at 4 hotels in my 2 weeks and Halekulani was the best ... SHeraton Moana surfrider was also great but the location is a bit too busy for our taste and in Maui Renaissance wailea and Sheraton Maui were also pretty interesting but nothing as perfect as the Halekulani... I reccomend it hands down every penny you spend there is worth it...

Outstanding hotel

from Black Lab Nickie
Truly fantastic - attentive service, superb breakfast. We stayed in a room with ocean view. The room was clean, peaceful and the view was breath-taking.

Outstanding service

from A TripAdvisor Member
After a 9 hour flight and no lei greeting at the airport, I was a little dissappointed and wondered what all the hoopla about Hawaii was all about. Then we arrived at the Halekulani and all of that dissappeared. We were greated by the friendliest staff and was personally escorted to our room....a very nice and touch. We loved the room, it was very warm and immaculate. From that moment on we were treated with the utmost respect and kindness, our named was remembered by the stafff and they went out of their way to accomodate our requests. The breakfast was excellent everyday, a very relaxing way to start your day. It was more than we expected and then some, we will definitely go back and recommend it to anyone who can afford to be pampered.

TOP QUALITY HOTEL and SERVICE!!!

from LongBeach_NYLeny
My husband and I spent 5 days of our honeymoon in this hotel in July 2003. The staff and service was excellent! highly recommend the breakfast buffet, all first quality. Be aware that the beach is small, but that is just the way it is in waikiki.

Top Local Tips for Honolulu

Go to the swap meet!! They have an unbelievable swap meet at Aloha Stadium every Wed, Sat, and Sun from 6am to 2pm. It's huge, with GREAT prices on everything from t-shirts (8 for $20) to orchids (which they will pack for you to carry home with you). Go early to avoid the heat and the crowds--I alway try to get there around 8am. Be careful getting there off H-1, though--it looks like it's "Pearl Harbor Stadium" on the sign. Really, it's Pearl Harbor AND the Stadium (it never says "Aloha Stadium" anywhere) at the same exit. Then stay in the right lane for a few miles---you'll think you missed it since there aren't any signs. . .then, all of the sudden, you will see a sign to turn right after you pass P.H. entrance on the left.

Foodie Tips Skip La Mer Restaurant., was diappointing. Must eat the Malasadas at Leonards Bakery. Alan Wong's restaurant on King St. is one of the best meals I've ever had. Town restaurant is casual and great food.

Flights Inter-Island Wait until you arrive to book any interisland flight unless you can get really really good deals beforehand. We booked Oahu to Hawaii Island 2 days before we flew on Aloha Airlines for $69 USD return. And the flights were spot on !

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  • Address: 2199 Kalia Road - Honolulu - Hawaii - 96815-1988 - United States
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