Embassy Suites-Waikiki Beach Walk Caters to Families

Embassy Suites-Waikiki Beach Walk in Honolulu is offering a new Family-Fun package priced from $289 per night. The package, which is available for a minimum four-night stay, also includes two-day passes on the Waikiki Trolley.

“The new Family-Fun package at Embassy Suites-Waikiki Beach Walk is a parent’s dream; all they need to do is make it here and we provide the rest,” said Susan Koehler, the resort’s director of sales and marketing. “As Oahu’s only-all suite resort, we already present our guests with free full cooked-to-order breakfast and manager’s reception daily. Once you add on a pizza dinner and movie, beach chairs, boogie boards and trolley rides, it’s as close to all-inclusive as you can get in Waikiki.”

Embassy Suites-Waikiki Beach Walk accommodations feature private bedrooms with a king-size bed or two queen-size beds and separate living rooms with sleeper-sofas that ensure everyone has a comfortable space to rest their heads. Two-bedroom suites can easily sleep up to six and feature separate entrances, allowing children and/or elderly relatives their own private room, closed-off from the main suite. All suites feature a separate living room, deluxe bedding, two or three flat-panel LCD TVs, a mini refrigerator, a wet bar, a microwave, a coffee maker, high-speed Internet access and a MP3/CD player clock radio.

Agent can reserve this package by entering the promotional code PK4 when making reservations at EmbassySuitesWaikiki.com. Rates are per suite, per night and taxes are not included. The rates and specials cannot be combined with other offers and are subject to availability and change.

Visit www.embassysuiteswaikiki.com.

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