New Family Offerings on Hawaii's Big Island

hawaii islandThis month, discover more ways to enhance your clients' next multigenerational travel experience to Hawaii Island with these events and activities. 
 
Sheraton Kona Resort & Spa at Keauhou Bay announced the revitalization of its family activity center, Club Lea Lea. Focused on family fun, cultural awareness and learning, the experience includes a lava cave entrance with a built-in stargazing wall and dry erase board for painting and other creative activities. New games and entertainment additions include table tennis, foosball, air hockey, and shuffleboard; flat screen TVs, an Xbox, and a five-foot-high Connect Four board. Arts and crafts held at the club include coconut painting and lei making. For more information, call 808-930-4900.
 
Travelers can enjoy active family fun on the court with Ocean Sports at Pa Lea Lea Tennis Center at Hilton Waikoloa Village. The center has five Plexicushion open courts and a 432-seat stadium court. Ocean Sports offers private or semi-private lessons as well as junior and adult clinics held Monday through Saturday. An automatic ball machine is also available. Visit www.hawaiioceansports.com.

This summer, guests can take advantage of extra savings with the popular "Family Fun Activity" package at Courtyard King Kamehameha's Kona Beach Hotel. The package includes a $50 resort credit, which may be applied to dining on property at Honu's on the Beach Restaurant, Billfish Poolside Bar & Grille, or water sports activities with Kona Boys at Kamakahonu Bay. The package is based on a minimum three-night stay and is subject to availability. For more information, call 808-329-2911 and inquire about the "Family Fun Activity" package.

Multigenerational travelers are invited to enjoy Royal Kona Resort's weekly "Legends of Hawaiian Music" concert, showcasing some of Hawaii's most talented, award-winning artists. Free and open to the public, the concert is held every Thursday from 5 to 7 p.m. at Don's Mai Tai Bar at the resort. Each week, prominent performers including John Cruz, Henry Kapono, John Keawe, and Cyril Pahinui treat guests to memorable music. Visit www.royalkona.com.

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