Tide Pools at Turtle Bay Resort
Tide Pools at Turtle Bay Resort
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Pools & Beaches

Turtle Bay embodies the best of the North Shore. With a setting on nearly 1,400 oceanfront acres, our connection to nature is all-encompassing, immersing you in this dramatic landscape. From our stunning redesigned terraced pool deck with infinity-style water features to the five miles of pristine secluded beaches, ranging from secluded coves to legendary surf spots, Turtle Bay is guided by a deep respect for the land and celebrates Hawaii’s natural beauty. So breathe it in, whether you’re lounging by the pool, strolling a stunning beach all to yourself, or trying to catch a legendary wave.

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Pools

Pool Bar
Pool Deck

Just beyond the lobby, infinity-style water features will lead you to a terraced pool deck with a new adults-only pool, redesigned family-friendly pool, and front-row views of the crashing waves and surfers just beyond.

Adult Pool
Adult Pool

With views of the breaking surf never further than a gaze away, the Adult Pool is a tranquil respite perfect for sipping Mai Tais, getting lost in a novel, or a relaxing soak in the hot tub.

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Resort Main Pool

Our main resort pool and hot tubs are surrounded with ocean views, tropical flowers, swaying palm trees, and expansive space for family friendly frolicking.

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Keiki Pool & Slides

The new keiki (children's) pool area is home to two water slides...and days made up of sun-filled laughs. Time to make a splash.

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Hot Tubs

Take your pick from two hot tubs, one at the Adult Pool and another next to the Main Pool near Nalu Spa. Enjoy breathtaking sunsets and watching the surfers ride waves out on the point.

Sunset at Turtle Bay
Pool Cabanas

Luxurious new cabanas and a new pool bar that serves up tropical drinks as you swim, lounge, and soak up the front-row view of the popular surf break just beyond the pool area.

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Ocean Villa Pool

Saying at the Ocean Villas? Enjoy exclusive amenities such as a private pool, courtyard, and barbecue area located just steps from Kuilima Bay.

Sunset Infinity Pool
Sunset at Turtle Bay

Relax under an umbrella or bask in the sun. Get poolside service from our friendly servers and bartenders at Sunset at Turtle Bay, serving up farm-to-table food and Hawaii’s best Mai Tai.

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Beaches

Kuilima Bay at Turtle Bay Resort
Kuilima Bay

The most popular beach at Turtle Bay Resort is known for its calm waters, sandy bottom, and colorful corals, making it perfect for snorkeling and swimming. Distance: steps from the main hotel 

Keiki Cove at Turtle Bay Resort
Keiki Cove

Keiki, the Hawaiian word for child, means this protected little cove is perfect for small children to wade in the ocean. The water is shallow and calm year round. Distance: 7–12-minute walk.

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King's Walk

Legend has it that Hawaiian royalty or Ali’i walked these shores, giving this stretch of beach its name. Covering the full distance of our shoreline, it makes the perfect sunrise walk with someone special. Distance: 15–25-minute walk

Tide Pools at Turtle Bay Resort
Tide Pools

An almost magical shallow swimming area perfect for little ones to cool off in. You can also explore the tidepools to find hermit crabs, opihi and sea snails. Distance: 5–10-minute walk

Stables Beach at Turtle Bay Resort
Stables Beach

Little cove protected by lava rocks with a shallow swimming area that’s great for kids or adults to cool off in. Located near our stables, be sure to say “howdy” to our horse friends while you’re there. Distance: 5–10-minute walk 

Cottage Bridge
Hidden Beach

How do you find a Hidden Beach? Walk along our trail past the stables to a sandy shore with a little island off the coast. This O’ahu beach is almost always empty, especially in the morning. Distance: 10–15-minute walk

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Kawela Bay

This famous pristine bay has starred in several movies and TV shows, including Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Pirates of the Caribbean, Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates, and more. A short stroll from our celebrated banyan tree. Distance: 15–25-minute walk