8Great: What’s New on Oahu?

8Great: What’s New on Oahu?

OAHU, known as the Heart of Hawaii, sets the rhythm of the islands with new updates, changes and additions. Below is a glimpse of what’s new with Oahu’s Hotels & Resorts.

Hotels & Resorts

1. The Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina offers families beauty and natural wonders of the great outdoors, Four Seasons style, of course, with the debut of Glamping, a luxury camping experience. Glamping is an overnight on-property option, created for children ages 5 to 12, where campers get to view stars in the night sky, surrounded by the comfort of a luxurious tent. FourSeasons.com/Oahu

2. Hilton Garden Inn Waikiki Beach is offering a limited-time 205 off rate on their one and two-bedroom suites, to celebrate the hotel’s one year anniversary. A $115 million redevelopment in June 2016, the property reopened as Oahu’s first Hilton Garden Inn and the largest one the world, with 623 guestrooms. The hotel’s anniversary rate is valid now through Dec. 22, 2017 and can be booked using promotional code “HAWAII.” HGIWaikikiBeach.com

3. Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort and Spa has announced a pair of new partnerships with two organizations dedicated to the celebration and preservation of Hawaiian music: the Hawaiian Music Hall of Fame and the Hawaiian Music Walk of Fame. Guests and residents get the opportunity to immerse themselves in Hawaii’s rich musical history. Waikiki.Regency.Hyatt.com

4. The New Otani Kaimana Beach Hotel will be completing its multi-million dollar renovation for hotel rooms by December 2017– a renovation project spanning 7 years. Kaimana.com

5. An extensive $55.4 million updated Prince Waikiki (formally Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki and Golf Club), includes 563 oceanfront guest rooms and suites, new dining locations on property, new infinity pool, and updated public spaces. PrinceWaikiki.com

6. The Surfjack Hotel & Swim Club launched their own Swim Club– free to join. The Swim Club Membership Card, boasts free valet parking for visitors with each $50 spent at Mahina & Sun’s, and available at Mahina & Sun’s or the Surfjack front desk. Surfjack.com

7. The Laylow, Autograph Collection, opened its doors in March in Waikiki. Perched above Kihii Ave. A 251-room “urban oasis” meets midcentury modernism with a touch of vintage Hawai‘i charm. Laylow’s signature restaurant, Hideout offers reimagined Pacific Rim dishes in an indoor-outdoor setting flowing into an open-air l?nai,. Guests can sip artisan cocktails and listen to live, nightly entertainment by island musicians. Don’t Miss: a dip in the tension-edged saltwater pool or get loungy in private pool-side cabanas. LaylowWaikiki.com

8. Turtle Bay Resort on Oahu is now offering up new fitness classes including full moon paddle sessions, a surf training program, running programs with a dedicated coach. Don’t Miss: Their Hiva Fitness, a new cardio conditioning class incorporating Tahitian dance. TurtleBayResort.com

Stefanie Michaels, aka ‘Adventure Girl’, spends more than 180 days a year on the road seeking out great spots for adventures, dining, shopping, hotels and more. Dubbed “America’s Sweetheart” by Vanity Fair Magazine for being one of Twitter’s first icon’s to reach over 1 million followers, her fans continue to grow across all of her digital media platforms. Follow her @adventuregirl as she shares photos, updates and more.

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