Halekulani Launches New Website in Commemoration of 30-Year Anniversary

halelukaniHalekulani, a popular luxury resort in Hawaii, celebrates its 30th anniversary in 2014 with the launch of its new website, www.Halekulani.com, enabling clients to experience the property virtually. 

The site’s new features include vivid imagery, integrated social content, a dedicated blog inspired by Halekulani Living Magazine and the new “Be Our Guest” testimonial section. 

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It provides all the information travelers want, while simultaneously conveying the culture of authenticity, personalized service and gracious Hawaiian hospitality signature to Halekulani.

 
Embracing the online communities of social media, the new website incorporates popular platforms including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and Google+. The integrations will not only enable greater connectivity for Halekulani fans and followers to engage with the Waikiki hotel, but the ability to share specific property content with their own social communities.

Halekulani also celebrates its 30th Anniversary with the release of “Celebrate,” a new private label wine created exclusively for the hotel. The wine is a Cabernet Sauvignon produced by Neyers Vineyard, the Napa Valley winery known for its high quality wines made from organically grown, hand-picked grapes.

Visit www.halekulani.com.

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