Bank of Hawaii Demonstrates Commitment to Neighbor Island Communities with Grand Opening of Eleele Branch of Tomorrow

The bank will transform additional neighbor island branch facilities over the next two years



March 11th, 2024

Bank of Hawaii celebrated the grand opening of its new Eleele Branch on Kauai today, marking the first of five neighbor island branches to be upgraded with its signature Branch of Tomorrow capabilities over the next two years. The bank will elevate the branches with customer-centric, technologically advanced, innovative spaces reflective of each neighborhood it serves.

“As a company that’s been deeply connected and committed to Hawaii for more than 125 years, it has long been our mission to provide for all of our communities, large and small, and support their evolving needs by offering personalized financial guidance and resources, regardless of location. That’s why we’re thrilled to share our Branch of Tomorrow technology with Eleele, where Bank of Hawaii has proudly served the community for 80 years,” said Peter Ho, Chairman, President and CEO of Bank of Hawaii.

Eleele Branch now features safe deposit boxes, digital services such as a technology-focused Teller Bar, private Pili consultation rooms for in-person or virtual consultations, easy 24/7 ATM banking and extended hours. It is now open five days a week from Mondays through Fridays, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. to better serve customers in the Eleele Shopping Center at 4469 Waialo Road, Suite C-6. The architect for the new Eleele Branch is Peter Vincent Architects, and the contractor is Shioi Construction. Nearby Hanapepe Branch, which formerly operated weekdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., is now closed. For more information, visit:

This transformation is the first of five branch conversions the bank will execute over the next two years. Bank of Hawaii has been rooted in these close-knit areas for many decades and is committed to delivering modern banking experiences with personal customer service at the following future Branch of Tomorrow locations:

  • Hana, Maui
  • Kau, Hawaii Island
  • Kaunakakai, Molokai
  • Lanai

Bank of Hawaii looks forward to sharing updates as these projects move forward via and its social media platforms Facebook, Instagram and X (formerly Twitter).

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