In West Maui, recent wildfires have resulted in the devastating loss of loved ones, homes, cultural and historical sites and businesses in Lahaina. We are grateful for the outpouring of support for Maui from around the world, from sharing memories and offering assistance to asking questions about travel to Maui and the other Hawaiian Islands.
Amidst the tragedy, the spirit of Maui remains strong. With the exception of Lahaina, the accessible areas of Maui are open and welcoming meeting attendees and visitors. If you are considering visiting any of the Hawaiian Islands in the near future, including Maui, please know that respectful travel is welcomed and encouraged, now more than ever. Your visit will support Hawaiʻi’s economy and make a positive impact on Maui’s road to recovery.
Hawaiʻi’s Convention Center Package
6 MAJOR ISLANDS
Kauaʻi, Oʻahu, Molokaʻi, Lānaʻi, Maui, the island of Hawaiʻi
(12 km) between Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (HNL) and the Hawaiʻi Convention Center
rooms on Oʻahu – more than half of the statewide room inventory
of the world’s 14 climate zones are in Hawaiʻi
1.1M SQ FT
Hawaiʻi Convention Center with 200,000+ sq. ft. exhibition hall
daily inter-island flights between the Hawaiian Islands
in attendance when
Hawaiʻi is chosen
77° F / 25° C
average year-round temperatures
Getting to Hawaiʻi
A once-in-a-lifetime convention, conference or summit is easy to come by and get to in Hawaiʻi.
This is where both East and West can meet in the middle of the world.
Service by every major U.S. network carrier and 15 international carriers
40+ gateway cities for year-round, nonstop service to Hawaiʻi
≈ 11 million air seats annually from North America
≈ 2 million air seats annually from Asia, Oceania and South Pacific destinations
Experience Hawaiʻi For Your Convention
When you’re in the Hawaiʻi Convention Center, you’re in Hawaiʻi.
Located on Oʻahu, between downtown Honolulu and Waikīkī Beach resorts
Hawaiʻi’s largest, premier meetings facility: 1.1 million sq. ft. (102,193 sq m)
30,000+ guest rooms within a 1.5-mile radius of the center
Divided for ease of use, getting groups from 1,000 to 20,000 around efficiently
35,000 sq. ft. (3,252 sq m) registration lobby
35,000 sq. ft. (3,276 sq m) ballroom (largest in the state)
47 meeting rooms, including two theaters withtiered seating
First and only “public assembly, convention center” to earn LEED v.4 O+M Gold Certification in the U.S.
Hawaiʻi Convention Center Conservation Program