Halekulani Introduces The Orchid Suite as Part of “The Premier Suites at Halekulani”


Halekulani will unveil The Orchid Suite at Halekulani, on December 20 as one of the three iconic suites comprising The Premier Suites at Halekulani. The other two suites in the collection are the newly redesigned Royal Suite and the hotel’s the iconic Vera Wang Suite.

The 2,365-square-foot Orchid Suite will feature an exclusive Sea of Life Wellness Program designed by award-winning SpaHalekulani. The program will feature treatments and therapies inspired by renewing properties of the sea. The Orchid Suite will have a full-service Sub-Zero Wolf kitchen with interactive cooking experiences by Halekulani Chefs, daily market deliveries and a select La Mer menu showcasing European cuisine.

Set apart from the historic Main Building, the Orchid Suite will face the Pacific Ocean with doors opening onto a private lawn with panoramic views of Waikiki Beach. The master suite will afford guests with a view of Diamond Head while the en-suite master bath, equipped with steam shower and deep steeping tub, will offer private views of the garden.

The Premier Suites at Halekulani, including the Orchid Suite, will offer guests an amenity program called “ART IN MOTION.” Guests of the three luxury suites will be offered keys to a fleet of exotic automobiles that include a brand new Maserati GranTurismo and Bentley Continental GTC. Guests may experience these cars first-hand or with a personal driver, all complimentary with a stay in one of the Premier Suites at Halekulani.

All suites in the Premier Collection feature complimentary butler service, customized culinary programs, personal concierge and VIP privileges with the hotel’s “For You Everything, Program” offering complimentary access to the Honolulu Symphony, Honolulu Academy of Arts, Bishop Museum, Iolani Palace, Contemporary Museum of Arts Honolulu and the Shang-Ri La Estate, among others.

The Premier Suites at Halekulani are each available for $7,000 per night. Call 808-931-5005 or visit www.halekulani.com.

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