The Turtle Bay resort is located on a remote outcropping of stunning Kawela Bay. A destination wedding here would be one of romantic seclusion, with plenty of opportunities to explore the tropical surroundings. Situated on a northern tip of Oahu, each wedding package has a specific wedding ceremony location as its starting point, and every detail is specially curated to the resort with Hawaiian culture at the forefront. Beyond the upscale beachy-chic rooms you’ll find numerous restaurants, a luxe spa, multiple pools (some saline), and everything else needed to make your destination wedding unforgettable.
Ceremony locations are truly unique and even extend beyond the resort grounds. From Kahuku’s public terrace that overlooks a surfer filled beach, to the horse stables lawn that features some furry friends that want to be in your photos, and even multiple beach options.
This resort may be better suited for couples who don’t want to leave the property. A car is necessary to explore off-site activities, and the closest town nearby is Haleiwa at about a 25-minute drive.
Unlike many Hawaiian resorts we offer, this resort actually has dinner receptions included in some of the wedding package. This adds extra value for those wanting a Hawaiian destination wedding. Contact an agent to learn more.pr
Entry-level packages begin with two options at $4500. It is important to note that most packages require an additional minimum amount that must be spent on food, which is not included in base package price. A-la-carte weddings are also available. Upgraded packages, additional guests, and add-ons are available for an additional cost.
$250 – $300 average room price per night, for 2 adults occupancy. Rooms include private balcony or terrace, walk-in shower, and minifridge.
Pavilion or Kuilima Point ceremony location | Ceremony archway | 50 white folding chairs | White decoration | Pavilion dinner reception | Decorated marriage license table
There are 452 rooms with ocean, city, or resort views. Due to the sprawling nature of the resort, it is recommended for more active guests.
Stables Lawn – 200 guests max, Kuilima Point – 200 guests max, Bay View Beach Point – 100 guests max, Ocean Side Pavilion – 100 guests max, Stables Beach – 100 guests max, Keiki Cove – 100 guests max.
This hotel allows a maximum of 4 adults per room. Guests 17 and under are considered children.
The Turtle Bay resort can host up to 3 weddings per day.
The highest operating seasons for the resort, which high likelihood of resort sellout are March, October and December.
The wedding coordinator typically responds in 24 hours.
The resort is located 38 miles from the HNL airport.
“We stayed at Turtle Bay a month ago and we couldn’t ask for a better hotel experience in such a beautiful place as Hawaii. The resort itself is set right on the beach, and the balconies are facing the ocean, so you get a beautiful view every morning. Our rooms were very clean from the moment we entered, and we also appreciated the housekeepers for their consideration of waiting for the guests to leave before they cleaned the room. The hotel staff was very professional and knowledgeable, and they very politely accommodated us with no trouble when we needed it. If you’re ever interested in booking a tour or going on an adventure during your stay, the employees at the Guide Post are very knowledgeable and prompt to answer your questions or assist you with any other matter. Generally, we found this hotel to be very peaceful and cozy at all times of the day since there was hardly any loud noise you would hear besides the beautiful music they play in the lobby. We especially enjoyed the live music in the pool area and eating in the open air near the ocean listening to music! Everyone was very friendly and courteous to make sure we had an unforgettable stay, which we did! In short, just book your reservation at Turtle Bay, because I guarantee you will have a great experience.” – Tina A. 9/17
“This place is awesome.. we stayed in an ocean Villa. It was very nice and relaxing. The restaurants, golf courses, and pool bar are great. There’s a nice calm bay to go swimming or snorkeling. I hope I get a chance to stay here again sometime” – Justin S. 9/17
“The resort staff is friendly and nice. There are only a few on site restaurants but they are decent. If you want more variety there are a number of food trucks nearby. The rooms are a nice and the ocean view rooms do have a great view. The decor is a little dated though and the hotel doesn’t feel as modern as others on the island. Overall it’s a more relaxed experience that could use a little updating.” – Frank F. 8/17