From humble beginnings, today’s magnificent beachfront property traces back a legacy lasting over a hundred years. Its name means “house befitting heaven” and from the first fishermen that rested on the sand in front of the original house to the holidaymakers that enjoy 21st century five-star treatment, the moniker has always been an appropriate one. Its 453 rooms bestow a status that the early owners could never have predicted, but the attention to detail and high quality service have always been a part of this magical place. Rooms and suites are modish and contemporary, with a light and airy beach feel that sits well with their surroundings. The hotel has a range of useful facilities including an excellent spa, fitness suite and hospitality lounge ideal if you have a late flight and wish to hang around after check out.
Don’t pass up a chance to dine at the House Without A Key restaurant overlooking a Kiawe tree that’s over 130 years old. As Hawaiian music plays and stars twinkle overhead, sip a mai tai and thumb your copy of Earl Biggar’s namesake Charlie Chan novel written at the hotel in 1925.
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