Knowing what every guest wants for a trip to the islands, Prince Resorts Hawaii is guaranteeing ocean view rooms at very attractive rates from $189 per night. The offer, under the promo name “Fall into Winter,” extends to both the Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki & Golf Club on Oahu and the Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel at Mauna Kea Resort on the Kohala Coast of the Island of Hawaii. “Fall into Winter” rates are valid for stays now through December 27th, 2012 at Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki, inclusive and December 22nd at Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel, inclusive. Rates are per room per night plus applicable taxes, based on single/double occupancy. Some restrictions and blackout dates apply but thankfully there are no resort fees.
As a bonus to travel professionals, Prince is offering a $10 Cash Reward per night at the Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki and $15 Cash Reward per night at the Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel. Two-night minimum stays are required for Cash Rewards. Valid on new bookings, with travel to be completed now through December 17th, 2012.
The legendary Mauna Kea Beach Hotel offers its own “Fall into Winter” promotion with rates from $399 per room, per night in its Plumeria Beach Club rooms. Valid for stays from November 1st, 2012 through December 17th, 2012 inclusive, Mauna Kea rates are also per room per night plus applicable taxes, based on single/double occupancy. Some restrictions and blackout dates apply. There are no resort fees.
Mauna Kea’s Cash Rewards program has a slightly different twist than its sister properties’. Travel professionals will earn $100 per booking for first-time guests they direct to the Mauna Kea – $100 on any category booked. Cash rewards are valid for new bookings, with travel to be completed now through December 17th, 2012.
Agents must be Plumeria Rewards members to qualify for Cash Rewards. It’s easy to join on Prince Resorts Hawaii’s travel professional website: www.princeresortshawaii.com/travelagents.
Mauna Kea Beach Hotel foodie news
Nationally acclaimed Chef Peter Pahk has joined the Mauna Kea as Executive Chef. The Oahu native is returning to Hawaii after a stellar 30-year career leading culinary teams at world-class resorts, country clubs and five-star restaurants. Chef Pahk is redefining Kohala Regional Cuisine featuring ingredients grown and raised within a 15-mile radius of the property.
The Mauna Kea Beach Hotel is a legend twice over – for the hotel itself and for its magnificent golf course. Noted as one of America’s most architecturally significant structures the hotel and luxury accommodations are timelessly stylish and comfortable, having set the standard on the Kohala Coast. Situated on Kauna‘oa Bay, Mauna Kea is graced with one of the world’s most beautiful beaches along with the celebrated Robert Trent Jones Jr. designed 18-hole Mauna Kea Golf Course and 11-court Mauna Kea Seaside Tennis Club.
Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel refresh
Sharing Mauna Kea Resort with its sister property the Mauna Kea Beach Hotel, the Hapuna Beach Prince offers newly refreshed oceanfront rooms and suites in contemporary Hawaiian style. Nestled in the bluffs just above the white sands of Hapuna Beach, named the “Best Beach in America,” the hotel offers everything for a relaxing and rejuvenating escape including the Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay designed18-hole Hapuna Golf Course.
Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki new Ilima Club
Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki now elevates guest stays with extra amenities and privileges in its new, exclusive Ilima Club Lounge. Guests enjoy expansive views and upgraded rooms on the 31st floor featuring Aveda bath products, daily turndown service and enriched in-room amenities. Also included is access to the hotels Ilima Club Lounge for relaxation, complimentary continental breakfast and light afternoon snacks.
Convenient to everything Oahu has to offer, Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki has all ocean facing rooms overlooking Ala Wai Yacht Harbor. It’s an easy walk to Waikiki Beach, Ala Moana Beach Park and Ala Moana Shopping Center. The hotel’s complimentary shuttle service operates throughout Waikiki making the fun readily accessible. Prince also shuttles guests to its Hawaii Prince Golf Club. With three interchangeable nines, it is the only course of its kind in Hawaii.