Halekulani Names New Food and Beverage Director

Halekulani

Halekulani, a luxury hotel on Oahu, has announced the appointment of Jason Waterlow as the property's new director of food and beverage, effective immediately. 

In his role, Waterlow is responsible for overseeing all food and beverage operations at Halekulani's dining venues including La Mer, Orchids, L'Aperitif, Lewers Lounge and House Without A Key.

Waterlow brings many years of experience in the restaurant and hospitality industry to Halekulani. Prior to Halekulani, Waterlow most recently held the managing director position at the Inn at Little Washington, a AAA Five-Diamond, Forbes Five-Star and Michelin two-star property that focuses on delivering culinary experiences.

Waterlow has also held leadership roles at the Ojai Valley Inn and Spa, L'Auberge de Sedona, Chateux du Sureau and the Four Seasons Maui, where he contributed immensely to the hotel's success. 

"Jason Waterlow is a seasoned food and beverage professional with extensive knowledge of global luxury and fine dining," said Ulrich Krauer, general manager at Halekulani, in a written release. "We are thrilled to welcome Jason's energy, creativity, and vision at work in each of our beloved in-house restaurants and bars at Halekulani."

Also, in an on-going celebration of Halekulani’s 100th anniversary, the hotel recently launched its new “Legacy Collection of Spirits,” featuring Delamain Cognac and Heaven Hill Bourbon. Developed exclusively for Halekulani, which opened in 1917, the Legacy Collection raises a glass to the hotel’s 100 years of hospitality and history.

Halekulani is operated by the Hotels and Resorts of Halekulani, a brand management division of the Honolulu-based Halekulani Corporation, which also oversees the Waikiki Parc. Halekulani is a member of The Leading Hotels of the World and is aligned with Tokyo's legendary Imperial Hotel.

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