Memories to Cherish
Welcome to paradise. Hale Koa Hotel is an oceanfront retreat for military members and families on the storied, sunny shores of Waikiki Beach.
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Each of our tower rooms provides you with enviable access to Waikiki Beach. Whether your views are water-filled, tropical or somewhere in between, our Oahu accommodations are breezy, comfortable and affordable.
The Hale Koa Hotel is committed to enhancing the overall guest experience with continual improvements in our services while reinvesting in our facilities. The Ilima Tower will be undergoing a refurbishment of guest rooms beginning August 9, 2021 through the Fall of 2022. The Ilima Tower, which debuted in 1975 received a complete renovation in 2009 and is now slated to receive a refurbishment of guestrooms. Improvements include wallpapering and flooring, refinishing of existing furniture and new decorative accessories.
Dining at Hale Koa Hotel includes a thoughtful selection of culinary options to please every palate and budget. From snacks to full-service, all of the restaurants and eateries at Hale Koa Hotel showcase the distinctive tastes of the Hawaiian Islands with handcrafted quality, variety and creativity.
Hawaiian culture is special. From sights to shows, Hale Koa Hotel can help you make the most of your visit with authentic Island experiences.
This is what Island style rest and relaxation are all about. Take a deep breath and treat yourself a well-earned indulgence or two. Thoughtfully redesigned to evoke the spirit of the Hawaiian Islands, the new outdoor Main Pool complex compliments the incredible views of Waikiki Beach and the Pacific Ocean.
45 Years of Hospitality
The Hale Koa Hotel celebrated its grand opening on October 25, 1975 with what is now its Ilima Tower. The Hotel and the site where it is located both reflect a rich history of caring for members of the Defense Community and, prior to the establishment of Fort DeRussy, played an important role in early Hawaiian culture. Today, more than one million military personnel and dependents enjoy the Hale Koa’s hospitality each year.
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