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The Kahala

5000 Kahala Ave, Honolulu, HI 96816

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The Kahala, Honolulu, Oahu
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The Kahala - Hotel Reviews from across the web

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This hotel stands apart from the pack of finer hotels on Oahu for a number of reasons, beginning with its location. It juts up from the beach of Kahala, a posh suburban community on the far side of Diamond Head from Waikiki, a good mile or more from the next-nearest high-rise. This puts it a short h...

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Long recognised as the hideaway of international royalty and Hollywood celebrities, the diamond of Diamond Head has unrivalled standards of luxury and ocmfort. The extraordinary oceanfront setting blended with Mandarin Oriental's renowned attention to service makes ...

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Located in an exclusive residential neighborhood, on a secluded white sand beach, The Kahala Hotel & Resort is only minutes from the world class shopping and entertainment of Waikiki and Oahu s business district. The Kahala Hotel & Resort, in the prestigious Kahala residential area overlooking both ...

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Full ServiceYear Built 1964 Year Remodeled 1995 Additional Property Description Between Diamond Head and Koko Head Craters in the Secluded Area of Kahala is One of the Worlds Legendary Hotels Kahala Mandarin Oriental. The Resort is Located in the Midst of Tropical Gardens On an Exclusive 800 Foot Iv...

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Between Diamond Head and Koko Head Craters in the exclusive and secluded residential area of Kahala is one of the worlds most legendary hotels, The Kahala Hotel & Resort. The resort is located in the midst of tropical gardens on an exclusive 800 foot ivory sand beach, perfect for relaxing in a caban...

No title - expert review
The Kahala is the Diamond of Diamond Head, a secluded oceanfront hotel tucked into a wealthy residential neighborhood. This location, with its private beach, made the hotel (then a Hilton) the preferred Hawaiian getaway for Hollywood names of the fifties and sixties.Of course, there's nothing more h...

NOT WORTH THE MONEY - user review
Nestled among the affluent community of Kahala, the Mandarin Oriental is Oahus only 5 star resort. The property is about a 20 minute cab ride from the hustle of downtown Waikiki and for those who want seclusion; this is th...

anniversary bliss - user review
We stayed at the Kahala for our ten year anniversary. What an unbelievable way to celebrate! Service was incredible, staff was friendly, and views were amazing. The beach offered a lovely secluded setting to rest, and the restaurants were nice and not too pricey. Can't think of a single negative. Th...

Outstanding service - user review
We went for almost a week and loved the Kahala. The staff there is so professional, service oriented and friendly particularly the front desk, bell and concierge staff. We will return for certain. Our room in the Dolphin Lagoon could have used a coat of paint and was a little worn (as was the hallwa...

Consistent - user review
Not much has changed since Mandarin Oriental stopped managing the Kahala. Service is certainly better now and the staff seem genuinely happier than before. The place is in a bit of a time warp but we like that aspect and the food has improved too. Rooms are getting a little shabby but are still quit...

A TRUE 5 Star Hotel - user review
This was not our first stay at the Kahala Mandarin and won't be our last. This is what a 5 star hotel should be. Service was outstanding. We booked for our Anniversary and were met with leis and sinful dessert in our room upon arrival. Hotel shows a bit of wear but I understand is headed for a renov...

These People Live Aloha!!! From first impression of the Valet to checkout... - user review
After a local gentleman accepted our car in the Valet with an ALOHA! and a bright smile we proceeded to check in at the front desk where everyone was say Hello/Aloha and brought us a...

Best option close to honolulu - user review
Great resort. Recommended both for families with young kids and for people looking for a place that it is not crowded and that has a high standard of service.Excellent , calm and secluded...

Can't wait to go back! - user review
I can't begin to describe how wonderful of a stay my family and I had over Presiden't Day week. From check-in to check-out, we were treated to the best possible service and the accomoda...

Bittersweet memories of a glorious past - user review
Our recent stay at the Kahala Hotel Resort has confirmed, without doubt, that the resort is sadly riding on its past performance and history as a world class resort. My family used to sp...

Expensive but it was awesome - user review
rooms are exquisite. look for their promotions on their website. ocean lanai rooms above the dolphin lagoon are the best rooms you can get thats not a suit- they are better than the dol...

Hotel has become a Motel 6 with FOUR SEASON PRICES - user review
The Hotel has not one redeeming Quality except for the location!Under new ownership returning guests don't want to return! We will return when they sell the hotel to someone else.The ...

Loved the Kahala - user review
The Kahala is a wonderful hotel! We stayed for 5 days on our honeymoon and enjoyed it very much when it was still the Mandarin Oriental. While not a 5 star hotel, it still lived up to all o...

I Loved it!!! - user review
This hotel was absolutely amazing! The resort is located on a secluded crescent beach in Kahala, just east of Diamond Head. Five spa rooms offer private gardens, soaking baths AND pamp...

kahala was just great! - user review
We booked our vacation at the Kahala to be away from the hustle of Waikiki and also to skip a connecting flight to an outer island. (Always a plus with 2 children under 5). The rate...

Wonderful Experience - user review
What a wonderful time we had at The Kahala. We were treated so well and enjoyed every minute of our stay. We had read some of the other reviews before deciding on this resort. Some we...

awesome - user review
We went there for a wedding and the whole thing was awesome. The almost private beach, the service and the Magnum bar was great. Great views all around, and a ...

We were there for our Honeymoon in Oct 1980 and returned in 1987. This hotel was recommended by my in-laws as they also stayed there before. We stayed in the same room both times ...

Review of the Kahala Hotel & Resort, Oahu, Hawaii
While we waited we struck up a conversation with another couple who lavashed praise upon the hotel, but warned us to avoid the rooms in the Diamond Head Wing which overlook the courtyard. Birds flock and settle in the large banyan tree at dawn and dusk and tend to be very noisy. Also, the rooms in t...

Full Review of the Kahala Hotel and Resort, Oahu, Hawaii
Participants in a Dolphin Quest program receive education about the dolphins and their environment while at the same time having fun by experiencing personal interaction with the dolphins. I participated in a one-hour Dolphin Adventure which we'll report on separately. Take note, however, that these...

The Kahala Hotel & Resort | Hotel Review | Oahu | Frommers.com
Since 1964, when Conrad Hilton first opened it as a place to relax far from the crowds of Waikiki, the Kahala has always been rated one of Hawaii's premier hotels. A veritable who's who of celebrities has stayed here, including nearly every president since Richard Nixon. This grande dame of hotels h...

Kahala Hotel & Resort Reviews, Features, and Discounts from Travel Hawaii
The aim of the Kahala Hotel & Resort's Keiki Club is to introduce children to the natural wonders, legends and traditions of Hawaiian culture, all combined with fun. Activities include ukulele playin, Hawaiian games, kite making and flying, kapa making and scavenger hunts. Morning and afternoon sess...

The Kahala Hotel & Resort - Vacation Idea.com Hotel Review
There are a number of dining options to choose from. The resort signature restaurant, Hoku's, serves ethnically diverse cuisine and features panoramic views of the Pacific. Plumeria Beach Cafe offers casual dining beachside. Honu Bar and Terrace is situated next to the turtle ponds and offers casual...

Kahala Hotel Resort Honolulu Hawaii Reviews Gayot
mid the hustle of Waikiki—which, of course, is fun at least for a while—it is difficult to think of Oahu in terms of a quiet tropical haven. The busy luxury shops, the modernism of the high rises, the animation of the boulevards and the frenzy of tourists certainly make for an entertaining...

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