What's New in Hawaii: Upcoming Hotels and More

Aerial view of Kualoa Point and Chinamans Hat at Kaneohe Bay, Oahu, Hawaii, USA
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New hotels are popping up in the Hawaiian Islands. This fall, travelers can stay either at new accommodations or revamped ones for leisure or business.


The nine-suite, nine-floor ESPACIO THE JEWEL OF WAIKIKI is set to open in September. Each floor will house a single three-bedroom suite with butler access, Italian-marble bathrooms, dry sauna, lanai Jacuzzi, full kitchen and inclusive luxury rental car. Amenities include a restaurant, rooftop infinity pool and spa.

Good to know: Our sibling publication, Luxury Travel Advisor, covered the upcoming opening of Espacio The Jewel of Waikiki in detail. You can check out the article here.


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Halepuna Waikiki by Halekulani

Halepuna Waikiki by Halekulani is slated to launch this fall and is now taking reservations for stays from October 25 onward. The property, formerly the Waikiki Parc Hotel, is undergoing a multimillion-dollar renovation to include 284 guest rooms and four suites with Pacific Ocean views.

Local artwork is sourced through the Honolulu Museum of Art. Additionally, opening in tandem with the resort is Halekulani Bakery and Restaurant—a full-service, all-day casual dining concept featuring a variety of pastries, cakes and artisanal breads made by a baker from the Imperial Hotel Tokyo.

Koloa Landing Resort at Poipu

Koloa Landing Resort at Poipu has 39,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor flexible meeting space decorated with native flora, palm trees, water pools, rock waterfalls and torch lighting. The property’s new 12,000-square-foot Koloa Grand Ballroom holds up to 1,000 guests and can be converted into three rooms – Poipu, Napali and Waimea – for smaller events. The Napali and Waimea rooms can also transformed into three breakout rooms.

The ballroom protrudes out to the resort’s East Event Lawn, adding 8,000 square feet and holding an additional 800 guests, while the resort’s 13,300-square-foot West Event Lawn can hold 800 guests. Additional amenities at the resort include an outdoor volleyball court, soccer field, putting green and 350,000-gallon pool with a swim-through grotto, waterfalls and infinity edge.

For more information, visit https://www.gohawaii.com/

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