Immortalized in a 1925 Charlie Chan novel, House Without A Key is Halekulani's popular indoor/outdoor gathering spot for informal breakfast, lunch, cocktails, appetizers and entertainment. One of the favored traditions of the original Halekulani - cocktails and Hawaiian music under the century-old Kiawe tree - is faithfully preserved here.
Halekulani’s signature mai tai is a classic to be enjoyed any time of the day. "Maita'i" means good in Tahitian, but one sip of our Mai Tai at Halekulani, and you'll know it means "great"! Learn how to make it yourself and download the recipe here.
Drink in memorable sunsets with distinctive Hawaiian music nightly, paired with the graceful dancing of three former Miss Hawaii's, Kanoe Miller, Debbie Nakanelua and Lauren Cheape. View the nightly entertainment schedule here.
Open 7 am to 9 pm. Breakfast is served daily from 7 am to 10:30 am on Monday through Saturday and until 11:30 am on Sunday. Lunch hours are from 11 am to 5 pm on Monday through Saturday and from 12 pm to 5 pm on Sunday. Dinner service begins at 5 pm nightly. Casual resort attire.
In May, House without a Key hosts guest musicians for four Tuesday evenings as a nod to the hotel-wide continuing commitment to fostering and supporting the arts. Please click here for more information.