Discover exceptional value, and experience the true spirit of aloha and ‘ohana at the superb ‘Ilima Hotel.
From the moment you enter the lobby, with its gleaming koa wood and paintings by the famous Hawaiian artist, Ralph Kagehiro, you will feel the warmth of Hawaii’s finest, condominium-style hotel. The hotel is proud of its authentic Hawaiian ambience and friendly, helpful staff, and boasts some of the largest rooms in Waikiki.
Whether travelling for business or leisure, there are accommodation options to suit all needs. Choose from a selection of studios, one- and two- bedroom suites and the penthouse suite. All accommodation comes complete with a fully-equipped kitchen with a coffee maker, oven and microwave, as well as high definition TV and high-speed Wi-Fi access in all rooms.
The studios have two beds and can accommodate two or three adults, while the one-bedroom suites are suitable for four adults with a king sized bed and queen sofa sleeper. The spacious two-bedroom suites can cater for a maximum of six persons.
The three-bedroom penthouse suite is ideal for families or groups of friends travelling together. With two king beds, a double, two twins and a queen sofa sleeper, full kitchen, two bathrooms and the added luxury of a washing machine and dryer, it really is a home-awayfrom-home.
Facilities include a heated swimming pool, two rooftop sun decks and an exercise room with dry sauna. There is also a convenient coinoperated guest laundry, limited free parking, daily maid service and the front desk operates 24-hours a day.
The ‘Ilima Hotel believes in the importance of connecting staff, guests and place in order to create a true appreciation for the Hawaiian culture and its primal role in the visitor’s experience on the islands. On Wednesdays, guests are invited to make their own kukui nut lei, every Friday morning ‘ukulele lessons are held and at 11.30 am the staff gathers in the lobby to sing traditional Hawaiian songs.
The hotel is perfectly located in the heart of Waikiki, offering convenient access to the world famous Waikiki Beach, the International Market Place, restaurants, exciting nightlife, Kapi’olani Park and Honolulu Zoo, The Ala Wai Canal, the Ala Moana Shopping Center and the 18-hole Ala Wai public golf course.
Truly a place to rest and refresh the spirit, let the ‘Ilima, a small but largely accommodating hotel, be your choice when visiting Waikiki. Its spacious rooms and competitive rates will make it hard to resist.