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Message of Aloha

April 30, 2020

April 30, 2020

Aloha Valued Partners and Guests,

During the COVID-19 crisis, our ‘Ohana (Family) at ‘Alohilani Resort Waikiki Beach hopes each of you are safe during these unprecedented times. While we truly miss welcoming and servicing all of our guests, our goal right now is to ensure we are doing our part to protect the community. As always, we pay homage to Queen Lili’uokalani and are doing our best to provide inspiration and a ray of light. ‘Alohilani Resort, while temporarily closed, acts as a beacon of hope in Waikiki. Please know that while you are not physically with us, we wish all of you Love and Aloha.

We look forward to seeing you all soon and to reconnecting you with our beautiful Islands and our incredible ‘Alohilani family.

Stay Safe and A Hui Hou (Until We Meet Again),

Matthew Grauso
General Manager
‘Alohilani Resort Waikiki Beach



Man standing in Hawaiian rainforest

Video by @GoHawaii
Aloha is more than hello or goodbye. It’s love. It’s connection. It’s what we need right now. Mahalo for your understanding that this isn’t the time to visit the Hawaiian Islands. Until we can share our home with you again, we’ll be sharing aloha – and welcome you to do the same. #ShareAloha

Sustainability Update

Aerial view of 'Alohilani legacy forest on Oahu's North Shore

Two years ago we made a pledge to plant 100,000 trees to help revive Hawaii’s native ecosystem. ‘Alohilani’s reforestation initiative is sprouting new forests in partnership with Hawaiian Legacy Reforestation Initiative, Gunstock Ranch and our guests. Together we have planted over 7,000 indigenous trees. Mahalo for your continued support.


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