A picturesque oceanfront resort situated on 1,300 acres on Oahu’s pristine North Shore, Turtle Bay Resort offers guests a luxurious and peaceful Hawaiian vacation away from the hustle and bustle of Waikiki. It underwent extensive renovations while closed during the pandemic in 2020 and 2021 and, as a result bursting with vitality with a modern artistic aesthetic and more dining options.
With a variety of guest rooms, suites, beach cottages, and chalets, guests may choose from an array of luxurious accommodations. All rooms in the hotel feature picturesque ocean views, mini-refrigerators, and complimentary wireless internet access; premium and deluxe accommodations are outfitted with private balconies.
Abundant onsite activities
An on-site fitness center makes it easy to keep up with an exercise routine, and various health and wellness classes are available daily. Those looking for rest and relaxation can spend the day poolside or indulge in an assortment of signature spa treatments at the luxurious Spa Luna. Guests eager to make the most of the tropical Hawaiian atmosphere can take advantage of a variety of activities, including helicopter tours, surfing, horseback riding, hiking, kayaking, and tennis.
Dining experiences at Turtle Bay Resort include Beach House by Roy Yamaguchi, Off the Lip, Ho’olana, and the Ocean Club Lounge. The menus at all of Turtle Bay Resort’s restaurants are all carefully crafted by some of the most respected names in dining and include an abundance of locally-sourced ingredients.
Oahu’s North Shore attractions
Those looking to stay close to the resort can relax on the five miles of sandy beachfront property or explore the picturesque surroundings via 12 miles of oceanfront trails. The historic town of Haleiwa is just a short drive away, and several famous surfing destinations, including Sunset Beach and Banzai Pipeline share the northern Oahu coastline.
World-famous professional surfer and social media star Jamie O’Brien has partnered with the resort to open his ”Jamie O’Brien Surf Experience”, which introduces kids of all ages to the ocean’s wonders and the importance of conservation. Golf enthusiasts can arrange an oceanfront tee time at the Arnold Palmer Course, a challenging 18 holes ranked among the Top 100 golf courses in the country according to Golf Digest.