Ko Olina Resort is a 642-acre master-planned vacation and residential community on the leeward coast of Oahu, 17 miles northwest of Honolulu. It has 2 miles of coastal frontage and includes three natural and four man-made lagoons with white-sand beaches. It is home to three hotel and vacation-club resorts: Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa; the Ihilani Resort & Spa, and Marriott’s Ko Olina Beach Club, as well as several resort condominiums and villa homes.
Ko Olina Golf Club offers an 18-hole course designed by Ted Robinson. It has water features on many holes and multi-tiered greens. The club is home to Ko Olina Golf Academy, and also includes an extensive golf shop and Roy’s Ko Olina restaurant. Created by James Beard Award winning chef Roy Yamaguchi, Roy’s serves Hawaiian fusion cuisine.
Activities offers access to snorkeling trips; dolphin & whale watching; sport fishing; scuba diving; sailing; sunset cruises; golf; helicopter tours; luaus, and stand-up paddleboard and kayak rentals. Ko Olina Activities has outlets at three locations: Ko Olina Marina, Ko Olina Beach Villas Resort, and the beach at Lagoon 2. Ko Olina Marina is a privately owned deep-draft marina set on 43 acres. It has 330 full-service slips and Bellingham floating docks. The marina store sells snacks, drinks, clothing and souvenirs. It includes a Ko Olina Activities outlet that offers ocean tours and resort activities.