Special offers, free activities make Hawaii a great option for families


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Special offers, free activities make Hawaii a great option for families

Special offers, free activities make Hawaii a great option for families


Select Outrigger hotel properties in Hawaii are offering special savings and free activities ideally suited for families on vacation.

Waikiki, Hawaii – On the island of Oahu, the Stay 5 Pay 4 Plus More package means savings of up to 35% off normal published rates at the upscale Outrigger Waikiki on the
Beach, located on the sands of Waikiki Beach.  Depending upon dates of stay, the minimum five-night package is priced to start at $295 per night for a partial ocean view room with the fifth night free. Guests who elect to stay longer can book additional nights at Outrigger’s Best Available Rates, subject to availability.

An alternate option is Outrigger Waikiki’s Breakfast Special, which includes nightly accommodations plus breakfast for two daily at the hotel’s Hula Grill Waikiki or Duke’s Canoe Club. This offer applies to city view rooms starting from $239 per night, partial ocean view rooms from $255 per night, or ocean view rooms from $305 per night, based on single or double occupancy.

Or, for budding surfers, the Room & Board package comes with four nights  accommodations, four hours of surf lessons, eight hours of board rental, and a complimentary CD of digital images taken during one of the lessons. The surf lessons and board rentals can also be shared among two, three or four people. The five-day, four-night package is priced from $1,070 for a city view room to $4,126 for a deluxe one bedroom oceanfront suite.

A sister property, the Outrigger Reef on the Beach, is offering a Stay 4 Pay 3 Plus More special for stays of at least four nights. Prices begin at just $205 per night with the fourth night free, with additional nights at Outrigger’s Best Available Rates, subject to availability. Currently undergoing an extraordinary $100 million makeover, the hotel boasts an
new Waikiki Beach Walk entertainment and dining district.u003cbr />u003cbr />If you prefer, you can opt for Outrigger Reef’s Breakfast Special instead,u003cbr />priced from $175 to $409 per night depending upon dates of stay and roomu003cbr />category, and including daily breakfast for two at the casual Shore Birdu003cbr />Restaurant & Beach Bar overlooking Waikiki Beach.u003cbr />u003cbr />If plans call for a visit to Hawaii’s Big Island, the Outrigger Keauhouu003cbr />Beach Resort is also offering a Stay 4 Pay 3 Plus More special. Theu003cbr />four-night minimum package at this oceanfront property in Kailua-Kona isu003cbr />priced from $169 per night with the fourth night free.u003cbr />u003cbr />The property’s Breakfast Special includes a partial ocean view room plusu003cbr />daily breakfast buffet for two at the open-air Kamaaina Terrace overlookingu003cbr />large ocean tidepools that shelter green sea turtles and other marine life.u003cbr />This special starts from $169 per night for a partial ocean view room.u003cbr />u003cbr />All of the above packages are good through December 21, 2007, based onu003cbr />single or double occupancy and subject to applicable taxes, availability andu003cbr />change. The specials may not be combined; additional restrictions may apply.u003cbr />u003cbr />For added value and an even more memorable vacation, all three propertiesu003cbr />offer a number of free amenities and special activities suitable foru003cbr />families, including:u003cbr />u003cbr />* A free Island Explorer Kit for children ages five to 10 years old stayingu003cbr />a minimum of three nights.  This educational kit was developed inu003cbr />partnership with Jean Michel Cousteau’s Ocean Futures Society and includes au003cbr />colorful backpack filled with kid-oriented workbooks about Hawaii’s naturalu003cbr />environment, a pen, binoculars and sunglasses.u003cbr />u003cbr />* Outrigger’s Family Plan means children 17 years and younger stay free whenu003cbr />sharing a room with their parents with existing bedding.u003cbr />u003cbr />* Free cultural and educational activities, which vary by property. Someu003cbr />“,1]
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enviable location: overlooking renowned Waikiki Beach and adjacent to the new Waikiki Beach Walk entertainment and dining district.

If you prefer, you can opt for Outrigger Reef’s Breakfast Special instead, priced from $175 to $409 per night depending upon dates of stay and room category, and including daily breakfast for two at the casual Shore Bird Restaurant & Beach Bar overlooking Waikiki Beach.

If plans call for a visit to Hawaii’s Big Island, the Outrigger Keauhou Beach Resort is also offering a Stay 4 Pay 3 Plus More special. The four-night minimum package at this oceanfront property in Kailua-Kona is priced from $169 per night with the fourth night free.

The property’s Breakfast Special includes a partial ocean view room plus daily breakfast buffet for two at the open-air Kamaaina Terrace overlooking large ocean tidepools that shelter green sea turtles and other marine life. This special starts from $169 per night for a partial ocean view room.

All of the above packages are good through December 21, 2007, based on single or double occupancy and subject to applicable taxes, availability and change. The specials may not be combined; additional restrictions may apply.

For added value and an even more memorable vacation, all three properties offer a number of free amenities and special activities suitable for families, including:

* A free Island Explorer Kit for children ages five to 10 years old staying a minimum of three nights.  This educational kit was developed in partnership with Jean Michel Cousteau’s Ocean Futures Society and includes a colorful backpack filled with kid-oriented workbooks about Hawaii’s natural environment, a pen, binoculars and sunglasses.

* Outrigger’s Family Plan means children 17 years and younger stay free when sharing a room with their parents with existing bedding.

* Free cultural and educational activities, which vary by property. Some
walking tours.  At the Outrigger Keauhou Beach Resort, a newly installedu003cbr />Humpback Whale Discovery Kiosk and video presentations sponsored by theu003cbr />National Marine Sanctuary Program teach guests about Hawaii’s fascinatingu003cbr />and fragile marine environment.u003cbr />u003cbr />* Depending upon dates of stay, guests may enjoy one of many free specialu003cbr />events sponsored by Outrigger hotels, such as celebratory activitiesu003cbr />honoring legendary surfer Duke Kahanamoku in August, Hawaiian storytellingu003cbr />during Halloween, and Arbor Day crafts and plant giveaways in earlyu003cbr />November.u003cbr />u003cbr />In addition, for a small fee, families can sign up for a new one-hour artu003cbr />class at the Outrigger Waikiki on the Beach for students ages five to 11u003cbr />years old. Led by an experienced educator, the Ho’omaika’i Summer Kidsu003cbr />Program offers classes on such subjects as art, Polynesian crafts, puppetry,u003cbr />music and dance. Sessions are available Monday through Friday with au003cbr />different theme per day through August 17, and cost $15 per student peru003cbr />class. Class fee includes a snack.u003cbr />u003cbr />For more information, visit u003ca onclicku003d“return top.js.OpenExtLink(window,event,this)“ hrefu003d“http://www.outrigger.com“ targetu003d_blank>www.outrigger.comu003c/a> and select the property ofu003cbr />choice.  For reservations, call toll free 800-OUTRIGGER (1-800-688-7444)u003cbr />within the United States, Guam and Canada. Outrigger’s toll-free number isu003cbr />available internationally via AT&T’s Direct 800 Service. Elsewhere callu003cbr />direct to 303-369-7777 (long distance charges apply). Or, visitu003cbr />u003ca onclicku003d“return top.js.OpenExtLink(window,event,this)“ hrefu003d“http://www.outrigger.com“ targetu003d_blank>www.outrigger.comu003c/a> or e-mail u003ca onclicku003d“return top.js.OpenExtLink(window,event,this)“ hrefu003d“mailto:reservations@outrigger.com“>reservations@outrigger.comu003c/a>.u003cbr />u003cbr />Outrigger Waikiki on the Beach is a deluxe and gracious Hawaiian hotelu003cbr />“,1]
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possibilities include lei-making, hula and ukulele lessons and cultural walking tours.  At the Outrigger Keauhou Beach Resort, a newly installed Humpback Whale Discovery Kiosk and video presentations sponsored by the National Marine Sanctuary Program teach guests about Hawaii’s fascinating and fragile marine environment.

* Depending upon dates of stay, guests may enjoy one of many free special events sponsored by Outrigger hotels, such as celebratory activities honoring legendary surfer Duke Kahanamoku in August, Hawaiian storytelling during Halloween, and Arbor Day crafts and plant giveaways in early November.

In addition, for a small fee, families can sign up for a new one-hour art class at the Outrigger Waikiki on the Beach for students ages five to 11 years old. Led by an experienced educator, the Ho’omaika’i Summer Kids Program offers classes on such subjects as art, Polynesian crafts, puppetry, music and dance. Sessions are available Monday through Friday with a different theme per day through August 17, and cost $15 per student per
class. Class fee includes a snack.

For more information, visit www.outrigger.com and select the property of choice.  For reservations, call toll free 800-OUTRIGGER (1-800-688-7444) within the United States, Guam and Canada. Outrigger’s toll-free number is available internationally via AT&T’s Direct 800 Service. Elsewhere call direct to 303-369-7777 (long distance charges apply).

Outrigger Waikiki on the Beach is a deluxe and gracious Hawaiian hotel
exciting Waikiki. The 525-room property features three restaurants includingu003cbr />the famed Duke’s Canoe Club, Chuck’s Steakhouse and Hula Grill Waikiki; theu003cbr />popular Society of Seven cabaret show, shops, meeting rooms, self-serviceu003cbr />business center and exceptional displays of Hawaiian artifacts and artworku003cbr />throughout the property. All guests are welcome to enjoy such on-propertyu003cbr />amenities as free high-speed Internet access, free long-distance domesticu003cbr />telephone calls, baggage services (fees apply), and Hawaiian Airlinesu003cbr />check-in kiosk.u003cbr />u003cbr />The oceanfront anchor of the new Waikiki Beach Walk, Outrigger Reef on theu003cbr />Beach is ideally situated between beautiful Waikiki Beach and excitingu003cbr />Waikiki.  Currently undergoing a $100 million makeover, the hotel is beingu003cbr />transformed into Oahu’s newest haven of elegance, gracious hospitality andu003cbr />unparalleled commitment to Hawaiian culture. The project is being carefullyu003cbr />completed in multiple phases to ensure the continued comfort of guests. Onu003cbr />property are a wide array of restaurants, shops and services including au003cbr />5,000-square-foot day spa and complimentary Hawaiian Vow Renewal Ceremony.u003cbr />The adjacent Waikiki Beach Walk is Oahu’s newest entertainment destination,u003cbr />home to shops, boutiques, art galleries, restaurants and accommodationsu003cbr />spanning a nearly 8-acre area in Waikiki.u003cbr />u003cbr />The Outrigger Keauhou Beach Resort on Hawaii’s Big Island features 309 roomsu003cbr />on prime oceanfront acreage, adjacent to tide pools sheltering protected seau003cbr />turtles and reef fish, and the popular Kahaluu Bay Beach Park.  Theu003cbr />property’s lush tropical gardens and ancient historical sites on propertyu003cbr />make it a popular setting for romantic island weddings.  The hotel alsou003cbr />offers meeting facilities, restaurants, salon and spa services, tennisu003cbr />courts, pool, shopping, and Hawaiian cultural programs for adults andu003cbr />“,1]
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located directly on the sands of world-famous Waikiki Beach in the heart of
exciting Waikiki. The 525-room property features three restaurants including
the famed Duke’s Canoe Club, Chuck’s Steakhouse and Hula Grill Waikiki; the
popular Society of Seven cabaret show, shops, meeting rooms, self-service
business center and exceptional displays of Hawaiian artifacts and artwork
throughout the property. All guests are welcome to enjoy such on-property
amenities as free high-speed Internet access, free long-distance domestic
telephone calls, baggage services (fees apply), and Hawaiian Airlines
check-in kiosk.

The oceanfront anchor of the new Waikiki Beach Walk, Outrigger Reef on the
Beach is ideally situated between beautiful Waikiki Beach and exciting
Waikiki.  Currently undergoing a $100 million makeover, the hotel is being
transformed into Oahu’s newest haven of elegance, gracious hospitality and
unparalleled commitment to Hawaiian culture. The project is being carefully
completed in multiple phases to ensure the continued comfort of guests. On
property are a wide array of restaurants, shops and services including a
5,000-square-foot day spa and complimentary Hawaiian Vow Renewal Ceremony.
The adjacent Waikiki Beach Walk is Oahu’s newest entertainment destination,
home to shops, boutiques, art galleries, restaurants and accommodations
spanning a nearly 8-acre area in Waikiki.

The Outrigger Keauhou Beach Resort on Hawaii’s Big Island features 309 rooms
on prime oceanfront acreage, adjacent to tide pools sheltering protected sea
turtles and reef fish, and the popular Kahaluu Bay Beach Park.  The
property’s lush tropical gardens and ancient historical sites on property
make it a popular setting for romantic island weddings.  The hotel also
offers meeting facilities, restaurants, salon and spa services, tennis
courts, pool, shopping, and Hawaiian cultural programs for adults and
u003cbr />—————–u003cbr />High resolution digital images of the hotels are available for editorial useu003cbr />upon request.  Contact Luly Unemori, Pono Communications, at 808-986-0404 oru003cbr />u003ca onclicku003d“return top.js.OpenExtLink(window,event,this)“ hrefu003d“mailto:luly@ponocomm.net“>luly@ponocomm.netu003c/a>.u003cbr />—————–u003cbr />u003cbr />MEDIA CONTACT:u003cbr />MaryLou Foley, Public Relationsu003cbr />Outrigger Beachfront Divisionu003cbr />808-924-6040 * u003ca onclicku003d“return top.js.OpenExtLink(window,event,this)“ hrefu003d“mailto:marylou.foley@outrigger.com“>marylou.foley@outrigger.comu003c/a>u003cbr />u003cbr />Nancy Daniels, APR, Public Relations Manager Outrigger Hotels & Resortsu003cbr />808-921-6839 * u003ca onclicku003d“return top.js.OpenExtLink(window,event,this)“ hrefu003d“mailto:nancy.daniels@outrigger.com“>nancy.daniels@outrigger.comu003c/a>u003cbr />—————–u003cbr />u003cbr />About Outrigger Enterprises Groupu003cbr />Outrigger Enterprises Group is one of the largest and fastest-growingu003cbr />hospitality services companies in the Asia-Pacific region. Outrigger is au003cbr />family-owned company with nearly 60 years of hospitality experience and runsu003cbr />a highly-successful, multi-branded line of hotels, condominiums and vacationu003cbr />resort properties, including Outrigger Hotels & Resorts, OHANA Hotels &u003cbr />Resorts, Outrigger Condominium Collection, and Embassy Suites(r)-Waikikiu003cbr />Beach Walk(r).* Outrigger Enterprises Group also operates and develops hotelu003cbr />properties and hospitality-related retail and real estate opportunities foru003cbr />partners in Hawaii, the Pacific, the mainland USA and Asia. For on-lineu003cbr />information, log on at u003ca onclicku003d“return top.js.OpenExtLink(window,event,this)“ hrefu003d“http://www.outriggerenterprisesgroup.com“ targetu003d_blank>www.outriggerenterprisesgroupu003cwbr />.comu003c/a> oru003cbr />u003ca onclicku003d“return top.js.OpenExtLink(window,event,this)“ hrefu003d“http://www.outrigger.com“ targetu003d_blank>www.outrigger.comu003c/a>.u003cbr />*Embassy Suites is a registered trade mark of Hilton Hotels Corporation.u003cbr />u003cbr />u003cbr />“,1]
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MEDIA CONTACT:
MaryLou Foley
Public Relations
Outrigger Beachfront Division
808-924-6040







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