The Ko Olina Lounge in the Honolulu HNL airport is located down the elevators in the Japanese Garden. The Lounge is for guests staying at Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa, Marriott’s Ko Olina Beach Club, Four Seasons Resort O‘ahu, and the Beach Villas at Ko Olina. Prior reservations are required.
We visited this lounge on a Sunday in June 2021 mid afternoon. We went through security quickly at this airport, using the TSA pre-check line. We were traveling from HNL to the mainland.
A few warnings. This is a very LARGE airport and it is very hard to find the lounge. Check your gate and the location ahead of time because it could be A LOT of extra walking.
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Location of the Ko Olina Airport Lounge
The Ko Olina Lounge is downstairs near the Cultural Garden in the Honolulu HNL Airport. It is not easily found. Walk toward the G gates until you hit the Japanese garden area.
This is past the food court and info desk after the E gates turn right and go down the elevator.
There are several other lounges in this area of the HNL airport.
Seating and Power Outlets
The seating in this lounge was adequate with varied seating options. The lounge is small.
There were adequate charging outlets near each seating option in this lounge. There were both power outlets and USB available.
Food and Beverages
There was only water and coffee offered in this lounge. It was served by the attendants.
There are no snacks provided but they can be purchased. There was a QR code in the lounge that can also be seen here.
There are both small men’s and women’s restrooms to the left of the front desk. The women’s room had 2 stalls.
Review of the Ko Olina Lounge at the HNL Honolulu Airport
We found the Ko Olina Club Lounge nice for a quick stay, a cup of water, restrooms and to quickly charge items before a long flight home. The different seating options were nice and the private restrooms also. The lack of food and the very long walk from some of the gates make this a lounge I would only visit again if it was convenient to my gate. I would have liked to compare this lounge to the Priority Pass lounge, however, in June of 2021, it is still temporarily closed.
Flying through Denver (as we did on Southwest?). Check out our post on the Priority Pass Denver Airport Alternative.
Heading to Maui? Check out the review of the Maui Priority Pass Lounge!