In the heart of the Ala Moana Center is an oasis from the bustle of the busy area. Ho’ala Salon and Spa is a two-time Best of Honolulu award winner and it’s easy to see why. The serene spot offers a full range of services using Aveda’s luxurious line of natural and eco-sensitive products.
From haircuts and coloring mixed to just your perfect shade to waxing, facials, manicures and pedicures, massages, and full body treatments, Ho’ala Salon and Spa’s experienced staff will rejuvenate you from head to toe. Every journey is complimented with therapeutic aromatherapy, lush organic bamboo bath robes, complimentary foot baths, a shower and steam room, and fresh fruit. Stay for the entire day and you’ll receive an extra treat – gourmet lunch from nearby Neiman Marcus.
Slip into an experience with the new “stress fix” line from Aveda; the aroma is clinically proven to unwind any tension. Finish by indulging yourself with a trip to the Aveda shop offering the very latest in naturally derived and naturally beautiful beauty products, hair care and more. Or give the gift of relaxation with a Ho’ala Salon and Spa gift card.
Ho’ala Salon and Spa is located on the 3rd floor of Ala Moana Center. Learn more on Ho’ala Salon and Spa’s website or call 947-6141.
The staff of Hoʻala Salon and Spa gathered at Mariposa for breakfast and to celebrate their recent Best Spa of Honolulu 2012 award. We would just like to say thank you for all your hard work and effort to make Hoʻala Salon and Spa the welcoming and relaxing, luxurious experience it is today.
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Ala Moana Center magazine presented this spring 2010 retail fashion show during the center’s annual Shop A Le’a event. This particular show took place at 5 p.m. March 27, repeating at 7 p.m. and 2 p.m. March 28. Amos Kotomori was the show’s producer, with assistance from the Honolulu Community College Fashion Society, and hair and makeup by Hoala Salon and Spa (formerly Aveda). Video by Nadine Kam.