"Simply Amazing / Calm / Luxury Hotel"
I had an amazing time at this hotel and would definitely come back. The staff were very friendly and the room we had was very clean. As this hotel has a private beach it's always very quiet and calm which I loved. I am looking forward to coming back to this hotel next year!
"Beautiful and Tranquil Property"
We stayed at this resort for two nights (booked Standard View, Mountain View - King bed). Location is great (near Kahala Mall) away from the hustle and bustle of Waikiki. A short walk to the beach -- feels very private given the location of the hotel (not overcrowded like Waikiki). We received a cold towel and a lei upon at check-in, and there were complimentary snacks (cookies) in the room. The room itself was fairly spacious. There are a number of onsite dining options. We did not eat on the property, but Hoku's is excellent (based on prior experience). Hotel had some ongoing construction during our stay, which is not perfect. Didn't cause any issues, but you can certainly hear the construction noise as you walk around the property. Overall, it is a very nice hotel in a tranquil setting, with a beautiful beach. We would recommend to other and would definitely stay here again!
"Look No Further Kahala Hotel and Resort Is the Place to Stay!!"
We had the pleasure of being a guest of the Kahala Hotel and Resort during the 75th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor and this legendary Hawaiian Landmark. This is, without a doubt in every way the ultimate, from its peaceful location away from the hustle and bustle of Waikiki to its impeccable service and attention to every detail. Gerald Glennon, the General Manager, is one of the great old school hoteliers and his thoughtful and elegant hand is obviously there and that makes all the difference in the Kahala Hotel. Thank you Kahala Hotel for providing us with the best experience and stay!
"The best of Oahu without the crowds of Waikiki"
I just fell in love with this hotel, amazing staff and stunning location. The hotel is located on the Beach front of Kahala with stunning, uninterrupted views of the Ocean.Kahala for those unfamiliar with Oahu is about 5 to 10 minute taxi drive to Waikiki but without the shops and crowds. We originally booked three nights here and planned to move to Waikiki for the last week of our vacation. We fell in love with the hotel and decided to extend our stay and cancel the hotel in Waikiki. You are close enough to the shops and restaurants of Waikiki if that is what you are after. But if you are after a quite, relaxed holiday and one where you feel that you are on a tropical island rather that a Disney resort then I highly recommend this hotel. The hotels in Waikiki are perfectly fine, but few have direct beach access and none have the views or ambience of the Kahala. On the downside rooms particularly those on the Beachfront are not cheap and if I am completely honest are a little overpriced for the size and comfort. Prices are not that far behind the Four Seasons, what you pay for is location. Hotel restaurants are good with the Italian restaurant of particular note (exceptional wine list too) Highly recommend it.
"Wonderful place to stay"
This was a great place to stay. The food was delicious and the the service was excellent. We loved the breakfast buffet and enjoyed the views of the beach and ocean. Our room was comfortable and clean. We had a patio that looked out to a waterfall and cove with dolphins. Lino took great care of our room and was so helpful! We were impressed with the friendliness of the staff.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Diners Club - Japan Credit Bureau (JCB) - Discover
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM
Please note: The property will commence with renovation projects from March 15, 2017 through June 15, 2017 that will affect the reception area and the lobby, as well as Plumeria Beach House restaurant and Seaside Grill (the restaurants will not be closed simultaneously).