The Most Hawaiian Hotel in the State of Hawaii
Lahaina, Hawaii (PRWEB) March 26, 2007
A new Girlfriends Getaway Package gives women an opportunity to take a luxurious girlfriends vacation in Maui this year. Kaanapali Beach Hotel, named “The Most Hawaiian Hotel in the State of Hawaii” by the Waiaha Foundation, has launched this value-driven Girlfriends Getaway Package in response to consumer demands. Best friends can experience a two-night girlfriends vacation for just $699, which represents a $200 savings. Additional nights are $265 and include accommodations and rental car.
“We have seen an increase in female travelers to Kaanapali Beach Hotel in recent months,” said General Manager Mike White. “We wanted to create a unique girlfriends getaway package that is flexible and affordable that reflects the hotel’s commitment to Hawaiian culture.”
Kaanapali Beach Hotel has been leading the travel industry in preserving Hawaiian culture and offering guests a unique Hawaiian experience for more than 20 years. The hotel’s Hawaiian cultural arts program includes daily complimentary activities, a nightly hula show, and features its singing staff at their guest welcome breakfast and farewell lei ceremony.
The oceanfront property has spacious guestrooms, two restaurants and an award winning Hawaii-born Chef, a beach activities center equipped with snorkel gear, boogie boards and access to a sailing catamaran, and the “Beauty of Aloha” Spa Salon.
The Girlfriends Getaway is available to book for a girlfriends vacation between March 1 and June 30 for travel through December 2007. Included are the following accommodations and amenities for two:
- Two nights in a Partial Ocean View Room
- Compact rental car with unlimited mileage
- Lunch at the Tiki Grill
- One facial and massage for each person
- Chocolate dipped strawberries and sparkling cider
- Plumeria scented spa amenity
- Nightly turndown service
Oceanfront within the 1200-acre Kaanapali Beach Resort, the 430-room Kaanapali Beach Hotel is set on a three-mile stretch of sandy beach on Maui’s western coast.
Kurstin Faraone / Julia Layman
Murphy O’Brien, Inc.
kfaraone @ murphyobrien.com
jlayman @ murphyobrien.com
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