Leahi in Hawaiian translates to “brow of tuna”. This historic crater was initially named Leahi by native Hawaiians because of its resemblance to a Tuna’s dorsal fin. Later in the early 19th century English sailors traveled to Oahu and mistakenly discovered shiny calcite crystals for diamonds on its slopes. This led them to name the crater Diamond Head. Labeled a national landmark in 1968, Diamond Head is one of the most popular hiking destinations in Hawaii. We are proud to have this namesake as our backdrop to every special occasion we host.
The Leahi Room can serve up to 150 guests seated, featuring floor to ceiling sliding glass doors that frame Diamond Head effortlessly. Hues of blues and grey set the mood for any tropical event. The Leahi Room opens up to our spacious Lanai, which can accommodate an additional 50 guests – perfect for wedding ceremonies or a casual open-air reception. These rooms can be rented separately or combined, equally stunning
Our breathtaking views are paired with elevated cuisine. From a breakfast buffet to a plated dinner, every meal is locally sourced, inspired by Hawaiian and Pacific faire. Create custom menus with our wide variety of options to appeal to every taste bud. Enjoy any occasion, steps from Diamond Head.
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