The Mauna Lani, Auberge Resorts Collection lately underwent a whole design transformation with refreshed interiors spearheaded by Meyer Davis. Named Mauna Lani, a time period which interprets to “mountain reaching heaven,” the resort resonates profoundly with the innate spirituality and cultural heritage that Hawaii embodies. The newly renovated property aimed to forge a deep connection between its visitors and the colourful, untamed land that it graces.
Guests getting into the resort are greeted by an aesthetic that aligns with a contemporary but natural ethos. The design technique prioritizes serenity and connection, using pure supplies comparable to hardwood complemented by a shade palette that mirrors the encompassing surroundings. Every residing area is a sanctuary of tranquility, that includes furnished lanai balconies that function the proper vantage level to soak within the mesmerizing mountain and ocean views.
The property pays deep respects to its roots, together with making a place for resident historian and cultural ambassador Danny Akaka, fondly identified by many as “Uncle” Danny. He’s an embodiment of the wealthy Hawaiian heritage that the resort seeks to protect and promote. As well as, Hawaii-native Kelly Sueda was introduced on board to design a few of the areas, bringing in his pure expertise of artwork advisory and scouting to introduce distinctive furnishings and sculptures together with overseeing the completion of two huge floor-to-ceiling murals positioned on both aspect of the primary foyer.