Through June 6, The Honolulu Academy of Arts will showcase a major
exhibition that is the first of its kind. “Japan and Paris:
Impressionism, Postimpressionism and the Modern Era” will feature
masterpieces by Monet, Picasso, Cezanne, Bonnard, Matisse, Renoir,
Gauguin and other renowned artists of the era. The exhibit will
mark the first time some of the paintings have ever traveled
outside of Japan, and the only time this particular group of
paintings will ever be seen together.
Halekulani is the premier hospitality sponsor of this
once-in-a-lifetime exhibit. In celebration of this show, the
property has created a special Masterpiece Arts Package:
* Four nights’ accommodations that range from an oceanview room
to a suite.
* Exclusive entry and transportation to The Honolulu Academy of
* Dinner for two at Halekulani’s La Mer restaurant, Hawaii’s
only AAA Five-Diamond restaurant.
* Daily breakfast in a choice of House Without a Key or Orchids’
restaurants. * Color souvenir exhibit catalog.
Available through June 6, the four-night Masterpiece Art Package
is priced from $2,300, based on double occupancy.
“We are honored to be a part of this extraordinary exhibit,”
said Fred Honda, Halekulani’s general manager. “At Halekulani, our
passion is creating memorable guest experiences. We are confident
that our partnership with The Honolulu Academy of Arts on this
unique exhibit is something our guests will take advantage of and
remember for years to come.”
Halekulani’s involvement in the arts community encourages
appreciation of more than just the natural beauty of the island.
The property established itself as a fervent supporter of the arts
when it began welcoming visitors to the shores of Waikiki Beach
more than a century ago. Art is still an integral part of the guest
The resort offers all guests complimentary admission to some of
Oahu’s finest art and cultural venues such as the Honolulu
Symphony, Bishop Museum, Iolani Palace, Honolulu Academy of Arts
and The Contemporary Museum. The Masterpiece Arts Package is the
first of many programs planned for Halekulani throughout 2004.