Kaimana Beach Hotel in Waikiki has unveiled a new look led by Private Label Collection, a Hawaii-based full-service luxury hospitality management company. Situated directly on the sands of Kaimana Beach, the 122-room hotel features a modern-boho aesthetic designed by Hawaii-based interior design firm Henderson Design Group.
The culinary team behind Hotel Wailea, Hawaii’s only Relais and Châteaux, Private Label Collection founder Jonathan McManus and James Beard-nominated Chris Kajioka bring their award-winning style of culinary casual dining to the Hau Tree restaurant. Collaborating with executive chef Alan Takasaki a new dinner menu based around sharing plates and conversational dining in a redesigned open-air space debuts, along with an all-day rosé weekend beach brunch.
“All of us at Private Label Collection are thrilled to craft a new era for the Kaimana Beach Hotel,” said Jonathan McManus, founder, Private Label Collection, in a statement. “As we look to the future of Hawaii, it’s more important than ever to offer independent, free-thinking experiences for guests to connect to our world-class sense of place.”
With 122 rooms, many with stunning floor to ceiling windows and views of either Kaimana Beach or Diamond Head, Henderson Design Group took full advantage of the mid-century architecture. Five new suites on the top floor of the hotel have been completely reimagined.
“Everyone at Kaimana Beach Hotel takes deep pride in introducing guests to our Hawaiian culture,” said Ha’aheo Zablan, general manager, Kaimana Beach Hotel, in a statement. “I was born and raised in Hawaii along with many of the key players from our culinary, ownership and management teams, so all of the experiences we create at the hotel stem from our shared history here on the islands.”
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