The Ideal Room
The Resort’s 39,969 square feet (3,713 square metres) of highly adaptable spaces, indoors and out, are at one with the idyllic landscape. Five salons offer 10,644 square feet (989 square metres) of air-conditioned elegance indoors. On the Resort grounds, 29,325 square feet (2,724 square metres) of landscaped lanais, lawns, beaches and gardens include the lava-rock Hoku Amphitheater.
Hualalai Ballroom A
For more intimate gatherings, Hualalai Ballroom A offers the same elegant ambience, and also opens to a large pre-function foyer.
Hualalai Ballroom B
Hualalai Ballroom B also opens to a large pre-function foyer, via a trellis-covered terrace.
Hualalai Ballroom Foyer
Filled with Hawaiian works of art, the Hualalai Ballroom Foyer can be used as an open-air meeting location that opens to an intimate landscaped lawn area. Immense sliding glass doors can also be used for more privacy.
Rich, dark woods contrast with earth-tone walls in this flexible venue, which opens to a small lanai area.
Mauna Kea A
For more intimate gatherings, Mauna Kea A also opens to a small lanai area.
Mauna Kea B
Mauna Kea B opens to an exterior lawn and a small lanai area.
Dark wood and earth-tone walls distinguish this space, which opens to a small lanai area.
Set on the ground floor with outdoor access, Kilauea opens to a small lanai area.
Mauna Loa opens to a small lanai area.
A truly unique terraced lava and lawn amphitheatre, the Hoku Amphitheater is carved from rugged pahoehoe lava and features permanent staging set against a dramatic lava rock wall. Popular for theme gatherings, Hoku regularly hosts events ranging from black tie affairs to casual Hawaiian luaus featuring a traditional `imu, or underground oven.
Secluded Kumukea Beach, at our property's northern end, offers our wedding couples a spectacular oceanside location. This special beach location features tropical heliotrope trees as a natural arch. The sound of the waves combines with the setting sun to create a magical, romantic atmosphere.