From a $4.5 million project at the New Otani Kaimana Beach Hotel to a $3 million makeover at the Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea, Travel Agent breaks down the latest renovations and other hotel news out of the Aloha State.
Work on a $4.5 million room renovation at the New Otani Kaimana Beach Hotel in Waikiki, Oahu, is scheduled to wrap up this fall just in time for the hotel’s 50th golden anniversary. The upgrade has focused on improvements in the beachfront property’s executive suites, oceanview rooms and Diamond Head-view rooms. Each room will include new flatscreen HD TVs, high-end furnishings and granite countertops. Visit www.Kaimana.com.
Overlooking the waters of Wailea, Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea completed a $3 million renovation of its two top three-bedroom suites, including the Maile suite and the new Lokelani presidential/residential suite. Suitable to host families and small groups, the two largest suites on property received a complete re-envisioning to encompass Hawaii’s rich history and the beauty of Maui’s flora. Clients will find everything from expansive views of the Pacific Ocean to a private chef who will prepare a customized dinner in the suite. Visit www.FourSeasons.com/Maui.
Set along the sands of Maui, Kaanapali Beach Hotel unveiled new property enhancements to enrich guest experiences. Updates include the hotel’s new Grab-n-Go food outlet offering light refreshments; flatscreen TVs and high definition channels for premium viewing; Tiki Courtyard renovation; photovoltaic solar panels installed on the rooftop; electric charging vehicle stations and new lobby carpet. Visit www.KBHMaui.com.
Mauna Lani Bay Hotel & Bungalows, the luxurious oceanfront resort on Hawaii Island’s Kohala Coast, recently completed a refreshment of all its guestrooms and suites to feature design elements by Hawaii Island designer, Sig Zane. Clients are invited to experience the property with the offer of a fourth night free, daily breakfast for two and $300 resort credit through December 23. Visit www.MaunaLani.com.
Debuting this October, Nobu Lanai at the Four Seasons Resort Lanai at Manele Bay will be completely revamped, offering guests a new culinary experience with the additions of a dedicated lounge, teppanyaki stations and sushi bar. The new space is endowed with towering ceilings and glass panel-covered awnings, exposing guests to the island’s views and outside environment. Additionally, more dishes have been added to the menu, including ahi avocado salad, local whitefish tempura, and smoked wagyu gyoza. Visit www.FourSeasons.com/ManeleBay.
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