Catch the
Aloha Spirit!

Mahalo Diamond Beach is Wildwood’s newest beachfront resort. Located at the southernmost point of Wildwood Crest, where it meets Diamond Beach, Mahalo sits in an idyllic family friendly beach neighborhood known for its white sand, swimming, surfing, paddle boarding, kayaking and parasailing. And, there are so many other things to do in the area. For explorers big and small, visit our world-famous Wildwood Boardwalk, amusement piers and waterparks. To sum it up, our resort and surrounding area are filled with opportunities to make special memories. We call these memories, Mahalo Moments.

Mahalo is perfect for a relaxing family escape, but there’s no shortage of fun for adults too. Numerous restaurants, craft breweries, wineries, distilleries and a vibrant night-life are just minutes away. There is also plenty of nature for the nature lover in your group.

When you are ready to take a break from all of that fun, our guest rooms and suites are waiting. Each is beautifully appointed with natural island-inspired decor. Outdoor room entrances provide easy access to the oceanfront. In-room and resort amenities and activities have been thoughtfully selected to ensure the right balance of relaxation and adventure for your stay.

And while you are here, we hope you will catch a little of our Aloha Spirit. This spirit brings warmth, welcome and love to all who visit. You can find it everywhere – with our staff, our resort amenities, activities and our island inspired decor. It’s simply a way you feel when you stay with us. Peaceful, relaxed and stimulated with sights, sounds and adventure.

If you don’t know us yet, Mahalo’s sister resort, ICONA Diamond Beach, is located just two doors away. It is home to two restaurants, as well as numerous activities that can be enjoyed by Mahalo guests.
ICONA Resorts are known for their commitment to great customer service and standards of cleanliness in all of their hotels and resorts.

Blue macaw parrot
Pink island flower with green leaves
Decorative illustration of a palm frond