Kulaniapia Falls
 

Adela & Jacob'

February 27 - March 2, 2018

 

We are so excited you will be joining us for our wedding, and look forward to sharing 3 (or more!) magical days at Kulaniapia Falls!

We have already bought out the entire property, but you can help us pay for it by joining us. All of the money you spend on rooms between February 27 and March 2 goes towards lowering our bill final bill. Only our group may book during these days, but you may extend your stay under by arriving as early as February 25th, and staying as late as March 5th.

This page is only to help you book your room at the Inn at Kulaniapia Falls and register interest in Adventures. You may find more information about our wedding here. ADD LINK TO MAIN WEDDING PAGE

 
 
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Step 1: Select Dates and Book Room

The Inn's regular booking links will not let you book during our event. To book a room, you must use the button below. You must stay the nights of February 27, 28 and March 1. You are free to stay longer, and may use the link below to arrive as early as the 25th, and depart as late as March 5th.

You must book before September 30th, or the rate will increase by 25%. All reservations are fully pre-paid and non-refundable, except for your amenity fee and adventures, which are charged on arrival. Breakfast is included.

 

Step 2: Share Your Thoughts on Adventures

Part of the reason chose Kulaniapia is they also offer incredible adventures on the property, and around the island. Check out the video below, and then fill out this form so we know who is interested in what. Adventures range from $169-249 per guest, but if we get enough interest in advance, we may be able to get more favorable pricing, so please register your interest.

Watch the video, click "Adventure Preferences," and fill out the form.

NOTE: Please do not book activities with your room. We will circle back with you and provide more details on what makes sense with our group.

 

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