SAY ALOHA TO THE NEW TURTLE BAY.
It’s a new era at Turtle Bay, where revered ancient culture meets major renovations in EPIC guest rooms, refreshed restaurants, and revolutionary kinetic spa. The 5 miles of coastline and endless aloha are as authentic Hawai’i as they’ve ever been.
The North Shore Kula Grille, previously the Palm Terrace, opened in April. Welcome to a place where farm-to-table thinking is behind every ingredient. Where fresh means picked just a few minutes away, seafood is the local daily catch, and premium meats are raised with care on small-scale Hawai’i farms and ranches.
Nalu Kinetic Spa has nearly doubled in size to 11,000 square feet. The fitness center has been relocated to the lobby-level Sunset Room, with all-new fitness equipment overlooking expansive ocean views. The spa premises, reception, and women’s locker room have also been expanded. Check out the three new open-air treatment rooms and the spacious indoor treatment room for couples.
A new boutique celebrating the casual + active waterman(woman) lifestyle. Here you’ll also find the organic cotton/bamboo signature merchandise for Turtle Bay and Surfer, The Bar.
The most extensive range of technical eyewear outside Honolulu, with styles for both men and women. The store also offers a broad range of Oakley logo surfwear and lifestyle apparel, including an exclusive line of T-shirts created for Turtle Bay. Adjacent to the new North Shore Kula Grille, at lobby level.
21 Degrees North has been completely renovated in the spirit of their new menus, with design inspired by the ocean and farmland. An abundant array of fresh seafood, with a customizable menu offering mix-and-match sauces, side dishes, and cooking styles.
TURTLE BAY INSTALLS FIRST-OF-ITS-KIND SOLAR ARRAY
Turtle Bay’s energy conservation program is among the most extensive in the state, committed to environmental education and long-term partnerships with local organizations to preserve Oahu’s natural resources and enhance its communities.
Turtle Bay recently recently installed the first rooftop solar array on a major Oahu resort property. At 400 kWh, the photovoltaic system will help the resort cut its overall power demand by half, eliminating 4.3 million pounds of carbon dioxide emissions over the next decade and saving 1,000 barrels of oil annually that would otherwise be needed for electricity production. The program’s other initiatives encompass recycling, green waste, food waste, and water use.