Ko Olina Resort is a thriving beachfront resort and residential community on the quiet Western shores of Oahu. What had long been a sleepy retreat with great fishing and compelling surf beaches nestled against the lush Waianae Mountains is no longer an insider's secret: this world-class destination that is a green oasis just 17 miles from cosmopolitan Honolulu has taken its place on the global stage.
In an expansive setting more reminiscent of a neighbor island getaway, you will find every contemporary comfort and an inviting outdoor lifestyle at Ko Olina. Amenities include championship golf, a full-service marina and sparkling ocean lagoons ringed by pathways for strolling, running and biking.
Ko Olina continues to set new standards for luxury vacation resorts with the opening of Disney's first resort in Hawaii. Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa joins the Beach Villas at Ko Olina, Marriott's Ko Olina Beach Club, oceanfront wedding chapels, a popular luau show and more, to further enhance Hawaii's most engaging visitor destination.
Several residential communities offer a compelling range of options for couples and families, from fairway townhomes and plantation-style cottages to luxury condominiums and single family homes, golf estates, beachfront villas and vacation ownership units.
In the local community, Ko Olina has played an exhaustive role in education, job training and support of youth programs through its 501(c)(3) organization, Ko Olina Charities, created as part of the resort's efforts to expand community participation and outreach to West O'ahu residents.
In addition, Ko Olina's Workforce Development Initiative enables the growth of employment opportunities, centralizes the employment process for all resort partners, coordinates collaborative employment resources and helps to provide job training solutions. The goal: to distinguish Ko Olina as the "employer of choice" on the Leeward Coast.
Known as Honolulu's premier resort destination, Ko Olina combines the seclusion and prestige of a resort community with the proximity to Hawaii's business and cultural center including exclusive retail and shopping venues, world class dining, museums and galleries and an abundance of nightlife alternatives.