Demand for Hawaii is surging due to its stunning scenery, exciting outdoor adventures, healthy lifestyle and friendly aloha spirit.
Located steps from the beach in the center of Waikiki, ‘Alohilani offers a balance of energy and relaxation in a lively urban setting. The hotel is fresh off a $125 million transformation by award-winning design firm, Rockwell Group. Standout amenities include two restaurants from internationally acclaimed Iron Chef Morimoto, an open-air lobby with a captivating two-story Oceanarium and a vibrant pool deck overlooking Waikiki Beach and Diamondhead.
Highlights of the resort include:
World’s Best Destination Pool Deck with saltwater infinity pool overlooking the ocean/city, cabanas perched atop reflecting pools, tiered day beds, fire pits and Swell pool bar. The space transitions into an evening hot spot with live music and “Light Monument”—a large-scale short-film series projecting local art across more than 100 feet.
Earth to Cup Happy Hour: Guests can indulge in a new sustainable food and cocktail happy hour series centered around locally sourced products that coincide with Earth’s elements. Dishes include goat cheese samosas featuring local chevre from Maui Surfing Goat Dairy, Oahu kampachi ceviche, bacon wrapped spicy Kauai shrimp and more.
280,000-Gallon Oceanarium with filtered water from the sea and more than 1,000 protected marine life plus the ocean-inspired O Bar serving up cocktails in the evenings.
Signature Experiences inspired by the nearby ocean waters and Hawaii’s rich cultural heritage. Part of the Mālama Hawai’i initiative, designed to help visitors get hands-on, educational experiences through actions that care for various aspects of the community, guests can book the Unforgettable, Soulful Hawaii package for a truly unique and meaningful trip filled with the natural beauty of Oahu. Elements include an ocean cultural blessing for two, a special tree planting experience on Oahu’s famed North Shore and more. Each tree planted is tagged with an individual radio-frequency identification so that guests can track their tree throughout its lifetime.