There are lots of events and perks happening at Starwood's hotels and resorts in Hawaii this month—here are just a few of the options your clients can enjoy.
Enjoy a private romantic dinner at one of the Westin Princeville Ocean Resort Villas' cabanas, complete with a personal server. The resort chefs will personalize a menu for each guest's tastes. A four or five course meal for two is $425, with wine pairings. For more information, please contact the concierge at (808) 827-8808.
Golf aficionados will appreciate the recent multi-million dollar renovation of the Makai Golf Club at The St. Regis Princeville Resort. Designed by golf course architect Robert Trent Jones, Jr., the Makai Course (18 holes) and the Woods Course (nine holes) offer golfers new playing surfaces, reconfigured green complexes and spectacular views of Kaua'i. The practice facility was also improved and Callaway Golf rentals are available for all golfers.
The Moana Surfrider, A Westin Resort & Spa and the Moana Lani Spa now offers resort ocean front yoga classes with Yogi Matt Meko. Three types of yoga - K? Kilo Lani Yoga, Gentle and Restorative Yoga and Mahina Meditation - will be offered at different times and days from Thursday-Saturday. Class session fees are $20 per 55-minute class and $10 per 25-minute class. The Moana Lani Spa will also offer a complimentary yoga session (one class) on the day of a 50-minute or 80-minute spa service. For more information on classes and spa services, call the Moana Lani Spa at (808) 922-3111.
Guests can taste what has been dubbed the "World's Best Mai Tai" at The Royal Hawaiian, a Luxury Collection Resort. The Mai Tai Bar serves a smoky and enticing brew topped with a bruleed pineapple, also known as the "Smokin' Mai Tai" - a cocktail that placed first in the 1st annual World's Best Mai Tai Contest at Don the Beachcomber last year.
The Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa offers the "You Complete Me" amenity, which includes a king bed guarantee, one category room upgrade, nightly turndown service, champagne and tuxedo strawberries and a tropical floral arrangement. Guests can also enjoy dinner under the stars, room service breakfast, a beach cabana, and a sunset sail. Visitors can experience them all on the same day, or spread them throughout their stay. The 'You Complete Me Amenity' is valued at $1,250 but guests can purchase this package for only $800. For more information, contact a Guest Service Manager at (808) 661-0031.
Spa Helani, A Heavenly Spa by Westin, at The Westin Ka'anapali Ocean Resort Villas will host a fun spa escapade with the return of 'Alice in Wonderland' to the big screen in March 2010. Partnering with OPI nail polish, Spa Helani is offering a mini OPI polish set from its Alice in Wonderland Collection when spa guests book two treatments: Absolutely Alice, a 90-minute manicure and pedicure treatment designed for all ages, or the Mad As A Little Hatter, a 45-minute manicure and pedicure customized to pamper keiki (children) ages 4 to 12 years old. For more information, call (808) 662-2644.
The Heavenly Spa by Westin at The Westin Maui Resort & Spa is offering decadent chocolate experiences throughout the month of February. Guests can try a chocolate massage, a 50-minute relaxing Swedish massage using either specialty chocolate mint, chocolate cake or chocolate cherry oil; a chocolate mousse facial, a 50-minute chocolate facial packed with antioxidants will not only fight signs of aging, but will also provide deep hydration; or chocolate dipped strawberry toes, a 50-minute foot treatment that starts with a chocolate foot soak, followed by a sweet strawberry scrub.
It may be humpback whale season from December to April, but at Sheraton Keauhou Bay Resort & Spa, it is Manta Ray season all year long. Guests can watch the amazing creatures from a special viewing area at the resort as the manta ray gather most evenings along the shoreline to feed. Visitors seeking a closer view may board the Hula Kai boat at nearby Keauhou Bay for a nighttime manta snorkel or scuba dive. James Wing, a well-known manta expert, is aboard the Hula Kai to offer up information on manta behavior and studies. Wing also organizes complimentary "manta talk story" evenings for guests of Sheraton Keauhou Bay who want to know more but prefer staying on the dry side.