With a dramatic oceanfront setting on Kailua Bay, guests enjoy great value and a convenient location within walking distance to historic Kona town with its many fine restaurants, shops, and activities.
Radiating the graceful spirit of aloha, the Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort and Spa embodies the romance of Hawaii. Unfolding on 50 oceanfront acres, this resort shines with natural beauty and sensual ambiance. Enjoy a private dinner on the beach or indulge in a lavish couple’s spa escape at Anara ...
Imagine your Kohala Coast wedding on a beautiful white sand beach in Hawaii with a dramatic sunset as the backdrop. Gorgeous outdoor settings like this and others are yours to experience at Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel.
Located in the top two floors of the Pioneer Plaza Building, this modern venue offers breathtaking views of Honolulu Harbor, downtown city lights, and the wondrous Ko’olau mountain range. Any couple can show their guests a venue many have never seen before...one of the best kept secrets of Oahu.
Happily ever after begins with an Oahu wedding at the Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki & Golf Club. Celebrate the start of your life together at one of the most romantic wedding locations in the world, where personal touches ensure the memory of your special day will last forever.
Kualoa has some of the most beautiful venues for a perfect wedding:terraced gardens with luscious green cliffs overlooking the blue ocean, secluded white sandy beach overlooking Mokoli`i Island, and tranquil tree filled gardens viewing the ancient Hawaiian fishpond.
A warm reception awaits you and your guests. From an intimate luncheon or dinner to a lavish cocktail party or wedding reception, we'll work with you to tailor our services to meet your needs. We offer a variety of services and special features.
See our extensive list of Hawaii wedding venues, reception facilities and other exciting wedding locations. Whether you're planning an outdoor wedding for 30 or a formal dinner reception for 300, your venue should provide the right atmosphere for your celebration.
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