With endless possibilities, Hawaii is June’s Destination of the Month, featuring beautiful vistas, historic venues, and adventure-filled group activities for your next corporate event.
Discover how Hawaii can bring unique beauty and rich culture to any type of program. To get the inside scoop about many of the hottest venues across the islands, peruse some of the new offerings in the list, below, from our local team.
Lahaina Loft – Maui
Lahaina Loft is a venue in downtown Lahaina which partners with local businesses to deliver unique guests experiences such as a private boutique shopping experience with Island Sole, a champagne reception in Lahaina Galleries, private cooking classes with Maui’s premier chefs and so much more. This venue has a beautiful, intimate lanai that can accommodate 25 guests with a gorgeous view of Front Street ocean side. Corporate events can be redefined at Lahaina Loft.
Steeple House – Maui
Built in 1950’s, The plantation-style Steeple House was originally founded as a church for sugarcane and pineapple plantation workers. Recently renovated, it is Kapalua’s newest event venue. Guests will be dazzled by the rich history and the spectacular Pacific Ocean views from its hillside setting in West Maui.
Sugar Beach – Maui
Sugar Beach Events Hawaii offers events in a spectacular oceanfront setting in the beach community of Kihei. Headed by Chef Lee, this event space’s catering menus are diverse, on-trend and can be custom-created to complement the theme of any party. If guests want a truly authentic Hawaiian experience, look no further than the tailor-made memories of Sugar Beach.
Kilohana Plantation – Kauai
In 1986, Kilohana Plantation opened its doors to the public. Since then, it has grown from 36 acres of charming gardens to a 104-acre visitor destination, including an agricultural park, Plantation Railway, Gaylord’s Restaurant & Mahikō Lounge, Lu’au Kalamaku, Koloa Rum Company and much more! With a space with so much diversity, there is no doubt that every kind of attendee experience can be created here.
Kualoa Ranch – Oahu
Kualoa Ranch is home to some of Oahu’s most beautiful and natural outdoor and indoor special event venues, and can accommodate groups of all sizes from 20-10,000. Kualoa offers excellent locations for company meetings and incentive events. From ocean activities team building, mountain activities team building, as well as team bonding events, they also offer ATV tours and zip-lining.
Grand Lanai at International Marketplace – Oahu
The Grand Lanai offers a wide variety of cuisines for every type of palate at this outdoor-mall-meets-restaurant-hub. With options at Eating House 1849, StripSteak, Yauatcha, Kona Grill, Herringbone, and Flour & Barley Brick Oven Pizza, it is perfect for a unique and convenient dine-around. Whatever the occasion, guests can enjoy Michelin-star caliber meals to local favorites just minutes from Waikiki Bay.
Nutridge Estate – Oahu
Built in 1925 by architect Hart Wood, the Nutridge House was commissioned by E.S. Van Tassel. Wood was at the forefront of the movement to create a style of architecture in Hawaii which would appropriately reflect a sense of place, peace, and history. Today, the Nutridge Estate is considered the premiere special event venue in Oahu, making it a dream space for small corporate meetings. They offer a wide array of unique experiences, so attendees truly appreciate both traditional and modern activities of Hawaiian life.
Hoku’s – Oahu
Hoku’s restaurant at The Kahala Hotel & Resort is heralded for its tantalizing menu featuring global Hawaiian cuisine. Open nightly for dinner and for Sunday brunch, the menu draws on four distinct themes that allow guests to experience Chef de Cuisine Eric Oto’s interpretation of the sea, land, world around us, and stories & influences from his own life. This restaurant was recently renovated and has an elegant design perfect for a dine around or after-party.
Sail to Lanai
Want a group activity that’s unlike any other? Set sail from Maui to Lanai. Guests have the options of a guided snorkel-reef tour with a trained naturalist, a narrated van tour of Lana’i plantation town, an afternoon playing beach volleyball or time to relax in the Hawaiian sun. A Kiawe wood BBQ lunch is served at Hale O Manele, overlooking Manele Bay. After feasting, the group sets sail back to Maui with an open bar provided on board as guests enjoy the sunset. It’s an experience like no other and one guests will never forget.
Anna Ranch – Big Island
Whether the event is small or large in scale, the Anna Ranch Heritage Center, is a hidden gem nestled in the heart of beautiful Waimea, centrally located on the island of Hawaii. Anna Ranch spans not only 110-acres, but also centuries of history. Guests can witness the splendor of the Hawaii uplands, and tour the ground where King Kamehameha’s Kipu‘u pu‘u Warriors once trained. Let Anna Ranch transport your guests to a different era and be inspired by the natural beauty of this one-of-a-kind location for your next corporate event.
876 Curtis St #102, Honolulu, HI 96813
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