Built by late Parker Ranch owner Richard Smart, Kahilu Theatre is a 490-seat theatre located in the heart of Waimea town.
Hawaiʻi Preparatory Academy (HPA) – Gates Performing Arts Center
The Gates Performing Art Center is a 360-seat theatre nestled on the hillside of the Hawaiʻi Preparatory Academy (HPA) campus.
Parker School – Parker School Theatre
Originally built in 1920 as an entertainment center for Parker Ranch residents and cowboys, this 280-seat theatre retains its historic charm.
Anna Ranch Heritage Center
Host to the Waimea Breakfast Talks, Anna Ranch is a beautiful, light-filled, historic landmark that evokes Waimea’s ranching past.
Mauna Kea Beach Hotel
Built by Lawrence Rockefeller in the 1960s, the Mauna Kea Beach Hotel shares the grace of this decade, sitting on one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. The hotel is host to sunrise yoga, where attendees can enjoy yoga on the lawn by the lūʻau grounds as the sun first touches the island’s west side. Morning Breakfast Talks in the Garden Room follow at 8:15 a.m.
Fairmont Orchid, Hawaiʻi
The Fairmont Orchid, Hawaiʻi offers a luxurious Hawaiʻi resort experience inspired by island culture, well being and genuine aloha. In 1990, Fairmont Hotels & Resorts launched an industry-leading Green Partnership program, which takes a comprehensive approach to reducing its impact on the environment. Fairmont’s Green Partnership focuses on improvements in the areas of energy and water conservation, waste management and innovative community outreach programs involving local groups and partnerships.
The Fairmont Orchid, Hawaiʻi hosts films in the recently renovated Lehua Theater, along with exhibits and presentations in adjoining conference rooms.
Four Seasons Resort Hualālai
Four Seasons Resort Hualālai offers an experience of Hawaiian beauty and understated luxury, with perfect attention to detail. Films are shown in the Ballroom and outdoors in Hoku Amphitheatre. Breakfast Talks take place each morning at the Moana Terrace above ʻUlu Ocean Grill.