Our commitment to taking care of our island home by reducing our environmental impact is an integral element of Hualalai. Discover our best practices for providing a luxury experience while maintaining sustainable practices here.
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  • Bedroom with stone tile, four-poster king bed, natural colours, walk-out beach terrace

GUEST ROOMS

  • Large refillable in-room bath amenities are featured, reducing single use plastic waste
  • Makana Honua bath products, which use locally sourced ingredients from Hawaii Island, are provided
  • Under our Green Linen Program, our housekeeping team changes linens every three days, reducing water consumption by more than 7,000,000 gallons annually
  • Each guest has the option to donate to a local non-profit, Hawaiian Legacy Hardwoods, with each night spent at Hualalai
  • Our Clean the World program recycles used soaps
  • Our laundry team has eliminated use of plastic dry-cleaning bags
  • Each room’s air conditioning turns off automatically when the sliding glass door is opened
  • Purified drinking water refill stations are located at each guest accessible laundry facility throughout the Resort
  • Our resort-wide recycling programs include metal scraps, technological items, batteries, tires, cooking oil, refrigeration recycling (freon), cardboard, paper and glass

FOOD & BEVERAGE

  • Compostable food and beverage carry-out packaging, straws and utensils are provided in all outlets
  • Food waste is donated to local pig farmers
  • Our herb garden and oyster pond production are used in our dining outlets
  • Over 75% of our food and beverage ingredients are sourced from local farmers, fisheries and purveyors
  • Palm Grove pool at sunset, towering palm trees reflecting on the surface

ENERGY CONSERVATION

  • We have installed Lutron system controls for meeting space and guest room lights
  • LED bulbs are used throughout the property for energy efficiency
  • Landscaping lights and watering systems are on timers and need-sensitive programs
  • Our pools use salt technology, which is friendlier to environment, skin, hair and fabric
  • Water flow efficiency faucets are featured in all guest rooms
  • Couple participates in a touch tank session outdoors

Marine Education

  • Ocean conservation education is offered through our Alaka'i Nalu and the Kumu Kai Marine Education Center programming
  • We offer periodic beach clean-ups that are open to guests
  • A 10-year fishing moratorium along the Kaupulehu coast fronting our Resort was implemented in 2016, restricting removal of any species in the zone through 2026
  • Bright green golf course with ocean views

Golf Course Maintenance

  • Three weather stations on property measure sunlight intensity, relative humidity, wind, temperature and rainfall, and communicate to our irrigation computers, ensuring efficient watering occurs
  • Each golf course features sand-based greens, reducing water usage