Corporate Lodging Short-term, Mid-term stays
Two miles of white sandy beaches, including a string of four lagoons connected by over a mile and a half of seaside pathways, private roadways with bike and golf paths and infrastructure to service single- and multi-family residences, provide a resort lifestyle and atmosphere that is unheard of on O‘ahu.
Ko Olina’s kauhale (villages), six thoughtfully planned resort lifestyle communities, offer a compelling range of options for couples and families, from the relaxed lifestyle of affordable fairway town-homes and timeshare villas to sophisticated residences equipped with state-of-the-art technology, formal luxury condominiums and single family plantation-style cottages, golf estates and beachfront villas.
The Waianae (or leeward) Coast has some of the most breathtaking scenery on all the islands. Blessed with calmer ocean waters, vast valleys in between towering mountains, almost perfect weather and wide white sand beaches and clear waters, it is no wonder Ko Olina or Place of Joy in English became the favorite of Hawaii’s Ali’i (Royals). Ko Olina is part of an original royal land division from the waters off Pearl Harbor to the summit of the Waianae Mountains, including the tallest mountain on Oahu, Mount Ka’ala. So where you walk, once walked the last monarch of Hawaii, Queen Lili’uokalani and the wife of Kamehameha the Great (who united all the islands), Queen Ka’ahumanu.
Aulani, a Disney Resort
JW Marriott Ihilani
Ko Olina Beach Villas
Ko Olina Golf
Ko Olina Marina
Beach and Sports Club
Snorkel & Dolphin
Snorkel & Sunset Cruise
Snorkel & Whale Watching
The master-planned Ko Olina Resort spans over 642 acres with sweeping ocean and mountain views and a string of jewel-like lagoons and white sand beaches connected by more than a mile and a half of seaside pathways. This world-class destination, a green oasis just 17 miles from cosmopolitan Honolulu, has taken its place on the global stage.
Ko Olina continues to set new standards for luxury vacation resorts with the 2011 opening of Disney’s first resort in Hawaii. Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa joins the JW Marriott Ihilani Resort and Spa, the Ko Olina Beach Villas Resort, gracious oceanfront wedding chapels, a popular luau show and more, to further enhance Hawaii’s most engaging visitor destination.
Six different resort lifestyle communities offer a compelling range of options for couples and families, from fairway town homes and plantation-style cottages to luxury condominiums and single family homes, golf estates and beachfront villas. The move toward residential resort living has been so successful that Marriott Vacation Club International opened a 750-villa luxury vacation ownership project, Marriott’s Ko Olina Beach Club. Aulani will feature 480 Disney Vacation Club timeshare villas.
Ko Olina Marina has 330 full-service slips catering to both sport fishing and recreational boaters and the ability to accommodate vessels up to 200 feet in length. The private marina provides all the services a mariner could expect or dream of from a world-class facility.
The Ko Olina Golf Club is the place to play on Oahu and has been selected by Golf Digest as one of the “Top 75 Resort Courses in the U.S.” Designed by Ted Robinson, the course provides large landing areas perfect for resort guests and can also be played as a true championship course from the back tees.
Ko Olina Station and Ko Olina Center are two mixed-use lifestyle centers located adjacent to the old OR&L Railway line. Designed to be a community meeting place, Ko Olina Station and Ko Olina Center feature service and resort retail stores and restaurants, an ABC Stores Country Market and the soon-to-open Monkeypod Kitchen.
Dynamic population growth in the surrounding region provides Ko Olina visitors and residents with numerous leisure, shopping, and recreational amenities, including a wide choice of golf courses and water sports.
Known as Honolulu's premier resort destination, Ko Olina combines the seclusion and prestige of a resort community with the proximity to Hawaii's business and cultural center, and brings together the best of Hawaii's weather, ocean and outdoor activities and spirit of aloha.