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Honolulu is both the capital and largest city of Hawaii, famed for Waikiki beach, gorgeous scenery and world-class attractions such as Pearl Harbour. Beyond the modern comforts of Honolulu, the island of Oahu is quiet and strikingly beautiful. There are 23 national parks to explore and countless beaches to laze on.
Honolulu City Scene
The island of Oahu is everything you'd want a tropical paradise to be. There is enough to see and do here to keep you busy for a lifetime, and you'll be amazed at the incredible diversity of this unique island. From the cosmopolitan atmosphere of Honolulu to the wild backcountry trekking on the windward side to the pristine beaches of the North Shore, Oahu is home to more than 900,000 residents and about 81,000 visitors on any given day. And when you've had enough of the incredible range of activities the island offers, it's comforting to know you can return to Halekulani, your oasis of tranquility.
Halekulani Hotel - Our Trips of a Lifetime Luxury Hotel Partner
Halekulani has been hosting visitors to Waikiki Beach for nearly 100 years. Today its reputation for gracious hospitality, impeccable service and magnificent cuisine is unequaled on Oahu and renowned throughout the world.
The story of Halekulani is in many ways the story of Waikiki itself. It begins just after the turn of the 20th century, with the construction of a small residential hotel called Hau Tree, consisting of a simple beachfront home and five tiny bungalows.
Halekulani remains faithful to the spirit and tradition of the past while constantly rising to astounding levels of service and comfort. The refurbished Main Building, tastefully preserved and upgraded, still serves as the hotel's primary dining and gathering spot. Today, nearly 100 years after its birth, the living room's skylight still provides a golden glow on the original eucalyptus floors, accentuating the warm feeling and sense of island splendor guests continue to enjoy when staying at the "House Befitting Heaven."