The island of Oahu has fabulous hotels and resorts for people of all ages and budgets. Oahu's hotels are constantly updating and adding new activities and packages. Everything is designed to make a trip to Oahu unforgettable. Let's check out the Oahu hotels and resorts news for the fall of 2011. Then we'll look at some of the dining opportunities on Oahu.
Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki
Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki completed a 521 guestroom renovation with new carpeting, artwork, flat-screen televisions, furnishings and bedding. The signature waterfall fronting Ala Moana Boulevard has been redesigned to allow for more lush tropical foliage, and the Prince Court and Hakone restaurants have also been updated.
Hilton Hawaiian Village® Waikiki Beach Resort
Renovations at the iconic Rainbow Tower at the Hilton Hawaiian Village® Waikiki Beach Resort have entered the final phase of its makeover. The $45 million project began in April, and is expected to be completed in December. By the end of the project, each room will have received all new furnishings, carpet, wall covering, bathroom, tubs, fixtures, drapery and artwork.
The Kahala Hotel and Resort
The Kahala Spa at The Kahala Hotel and Resort has introduced an all-new organic spa treatment. The three-hour "Island Offerings: Inspiration for the Senses" treatment involves a customized mixture of farm-fresh herbs, fruits, and vegetables in traditional Hawaiian wooden and coconut calabash bowls; a sea salt, macadamia nut, or sugar scrub; a yogurt-based therapeutic body wrap and scalp treatment; an aromatherapy sachet bath; and a 90-minute, deeply relaxing Hawaiian lomilomi massage.
Moana Surfrider, A Westin Resort & Spa
The Moana Lani Spa, A Heavenly Spa by Westin at the Moana Surfrider, A Westin Resort & Spa offers guests a new skin rejuvenating, Hawaiian-inspired spa menu featuring locally-made Kona Coffee and Vanilla Series from Malie. A special Kona Red antioxidant elixir will also be included in each Kona Coffee & Vanilla treatment.
Pacific Beach Hotel
The Pacific Beach Hotel has upgraded 300 guestrooms with new carpeting, paint, beds, bedspreads and other amenities. The hotel also renovated two of its luxury suites both featuring a view of Diamond Head and Waikiki. All guests can enjoy new flat-screen televisions, a wide variety of in-room cable channels, movies and Wii game systems by request.
Paradise Bay Resort
Windward Oahus only resort-hotel, Paradise Bay Resort, has undergone extensive renovations and reopened its doors with a new look. The pet-friendly resort features a range of suite accommodations, on-site amenities, water sports activities and panoramic mountain and ocean views.
The Royal Hawaiian, a Luxury Collection Resort
The Royal Hawaiian, a Luxury Collection Resort is offering guests a new suite program, "The Royal Experience," featuring personalized pre-arrival arrangements, VIP transportation to and from the Honolulu International Airport, personal concierge service, VIP guest list for an invitation to general manager's private cocktail reception each Wednesday night, and more.
Turtle Bay Resort
Newly opened at Turtle Bay Resort is the HeLe HuLi Adventure Center. The HeLe HuLi team assists guests in scheduling resort activities from surfing and kayaking to horseback riding, hiking and tennis. The Adventure Center also has a selection of electrical bikes, mopeds and segways, as well as shave ice and soft serve ice cream machines.
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