Turtle Bay Resort: Hotel and resort on Oahu’s North Shore, Hawaii
NORTH SHORE, HI (PRWEB) August 5, 2005 -- Turtle Bay Resort, located on
a peninsula at the northern-most tip of Oahu, is the last stop for the coast’s
legendary big surf. The luxury property spans 880 acres and five miles of
beaches in the verdant remote scenery of the North Shore.
The “reigning queen” of Oahu’s spectacular North Shore, Turtle Bay Resort is
designed to enhance the beauty and spectacle of both land and ocean. The
Beach Cottages at Turtle Bay Resort, the resort’s 42 luxury beach cottages,
rim the ample beachfront, while the 401-room six-story hotel sits adjacent
to Kuilima Cove, one of the best swimming and snorkeling spots on the
island. The expansive acreage of swaying palms, wetland preserves and
ironwood groves is laced with 12 miles of trails and seaside paths.
The original hotel, Del Webb’s Kuilima Resort & Country Club, opened in
1972 in Kahuku, a sleepy sugar-mill town. The Kuilima Resort underscored a
change in the business climate of the North Shore, emphasizing the beauty
and appeal of the area as a unique destination while also providing
employment opportunities other than labor-intensive pineapple and sugar
Every room at the Turtle Bay Resort boasts an unobstructed panoramic view
of the Pacific Ocean. Rooms are newly appointed in muted tones of blues
and greens, with convenient amenities including cordless phone, coffee
maker, iron and ironing board, mini refrigerator, and in-room safe.
Turtle Bay Resort offers a total of 31,000 square feet of meeting space and
accommodations for up to 800 attendees making the resort the ideal
location for executive conferences, banquets and receptions. Experienced
staff are trained to assist with all program needs from catering to
audiovisual (AV) services to team building programs, ensuring a seamless
The resort’s Kuilima Ballroom, completed in Dec. 2003 as part of the
resort’s $60 million upgrade, features floor to ceiling glass windows
overlooking the Pacific – an attribute that no other ballroom in Hawaii can
claim. Guests traveling with their laptops will appreciate the ability to
access the Internet – via high-speed T1 connectivity – from virtually
anywhere within the resort.
Nestled among acres of ironwood trees and unspoiled wetlands, Turtle Bay’s
highly revered golf courses offer 36 championship holes and excellent
year-round conditions. The resort’s Palmer Course hosts the annual PGA
Champions Tour’s Turtle Bay Championship and the LPGA SBS Open. The
Fazio Course offers enthusiasts an unparalleled golf experience.