On the majestic sea cliffs just north of Hilo, Hawaii, sits the former Hilo Sugar Mill compound, now known as the Wainaku Executive Center. Originally built in 1894 on one of the most prime oceanfront locations on Hilo Bay, the Hilo Sugar Mill was luxuriously renovated in 1997 using locally sourced Hamakua Koa wood. Extensive renovation transformed this historic sugar mill into the Wainaku Executive Center, an up-scale property of business offices and event space bathed in tropical flowers. Perched above Hilo Bay it maintains its historic position as one of Hilo's touchstones to its legendary past . CELEBRATE WITH US! The professional staff at the Wainaku Executive Center would love to help create your dream wedding or assist with your special celebration event. We’ll work closely with you every step of the way whether you’re planning an intimate gathering for a few guests or a grand celebration with many guests. For the perfect venue, allow the Wainaku Executive to host your celebration


The east side of Hawai'i shares a sense of Aloha like no other. small town feel with modern day accommodations, minutes away from convenience.

ITO Hilo Airport, 3.3 Miles

Sometimes ‘Google Maps’ isn't as accurate as we'd like it to be. Follow these directions to find us:

(Coming from Hilo International Airport)

Exit Airport Terminal

in 0.8 miles turn Right onto Kekuanaoa St

in 0.9 miles turn left onto Kanoelehua Ave

in 250 ft. turn Right onto Kamehameha Ave

in 1.4 miles turn left onto Pauahi St

You are now on Hawai'i Belt Rd.

Cross over the 'Singing Bridge'

The venue will be on your right hand side right after the over heaad bypass, we’ve got double door green gates. There is a turning lane to merge in as you enter.

Arrived (:



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Hilo averages 130 inches of rain a year, how else would the land here be so lush?! Keeping this in mind we always have a Plan B for your ceremony. However, in Hawai'i it is believed that rain on your wedding day is a great blessing and it is always a pleasure to see the play of mother nature on such a special day.