- Cribs available upon request
- Connected rooms available upon request
- In-suite refrigerator and microwave
- Pull-out queen sleeper sofa
Kids aged 5-13:
The Keiki Lani Kid's Club
The hotel's activity center for kids is a state-licensed facility for children between 5 and 13 years old. Keiki Lani, which means ''Heavenly Children'' in Hawaiian, offers supervised activities by accredited staff.
The Hawaiian Canoe Experience
This excursion teaches guests Hawaiian traditions while offering a fun adventure. Participants learn the basics of paddling, as well as the history of the canoe and its importance to Hawaiian heritage. Used by native Hawaiians to cross the rough channels between the islands, the outrigger canoe was built out of koa and other hard native woods. Not only an instrument of fishing and sustenance gathering, the outrigger became the long distance means by which Hawaiians, and the greater Polynesian society, projected both settlements and conquests.
**The Hawaiian Canoe Experience fills up quickly and advanced reservations are required.
- *Seasonal Activities:
Arts & Crafts
Game room : X-box, ping-pong, foosball
Fairmont Fit for Kids: Obstacle Fitness Course
*Please contact our Concierge for dates and times.
Pool: Open 24 hours a day Keiki sized lei upon arrivalSand bucket & shovelComplimentary amenity kits for Babies & Tots include an rubber ducky, no-tears hair wash, cleansing soap, and gentle lotion.
Beach umbrellas are complimentary on a first come first served basis, subject to availability (1 per suite, 2 per villa) and are provided to the guest in person at the beach pavilion. Should you request additional umbrellas, a rental fee of $10 per hour, or $45 per day will be applied. Or reserve in advance for a fee of $10 per hour, or $45 per day, you can ensure beach umbrellas will be waiting for you.
Babysitting services are available at the resort. Please contact Concierge at 808-875-4100 ext. 290.
At all Fairmont hotels, kids aged 5 and under eat free off the children’s menu while kids aged 6-11 eat for half price off the regular menu. New this year: The expansion of the Lifestyle Cuisine program to children’s menus - offering a healthy twist on the usual kid-friendly favorites such as chicken strips, pizza, spaghetti with meatballs and even chocolate mousse. Chefs are in the process of swapping out refined flour for whole wheat, incorporating fruits and vegetables into recipes to help meet the recommended daily fiber allowance, and employing alternative cooking methods to help ensure healthier choices are made available to young diners.