Halekulani is a special place to be for New Year’s Eve. From dinner at one of our restaurants, such as House Without A Key, a truly romantic restaurant in Honolulu, to dancing under the stars and watching the fireworks over the water, it will be a celebration to remember.

Halekulani celebrates the holidays with a selection of seasonal menus. “Special dinners are available throughout the Christmas weekend at our three restaurants” says Oswaldo Rabago, Assistant Director of Food & Beverage.

Christmas is a magical time, so at Halekulani, we don’t just celebrate December 25, we celebrate the 12 days of Christmas with events and activities for kids of all ages. 


One of the most popular drinks at House Without A Key is Halekulani’s Mai Tai. Our signature recipe dates back to the reopening of the hotel more than 30 years ago and has become a drink that guests anticipate with every visit. But the history of the mai tai itself reaches back more than 70 years.


Thanksgiving is a special time at Halekulani, so the flavors of the day inspire our menus. From a five-course meal to a sumptuous buffet, our restaurants offer items that blend the distinctive tastes of Hawaii with the traditions of the holiday.

Well Being

The popular and informative Living Well Lectures continue this fall. These inspiring monthly talks, given by resident Lifestyle Coach, Kamala Skipper, offer tips and tools to make better choices for a more healthful life. 

Arts & Culture

An essential aspect of this legacy is preserving Hawaii’s rich plant life, so we have proudly partnered with the Merwin Conservancy to establish the Merwin Garden on our property. 

Halekulani Family

In our ongoing series, Meet the Family, we introduce you to some of the people behind the scenes at Halekulani. Today we meet Julie Galves, Director of Revenue Management.