JW Marriott Ihilani Unveils a New Ballroom


January 8, 2010
The waterfront JW Marriott Ihilani Resort and Spa at Ko Olina on Oahu has unveiled the new Hokulani Ballroom. Formerly known as the Pavilion at Ihilani, the renamed and reincarnated Hokulani Ballroom has been expanded to better serve meetings and banquet events. The 15,600-square-foot space is now enclosed with floor-to-ceiling windows that let in views of the nearby ocean and feature retractable walls, new interiors and furniture, climate control and wireless Internet. The space can be divided into up to five separate breakout spaces, offering versatility for special events and can accommodate up to 1,100 guests for banquets and 2,000 guests for theater-style presentations. ihilani.com

JW Marriott Ihilani Resort and Spa at Ko Olina's Hokulani Ballroom

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