New Waikiki Parc Website Aims to Teach Guests About Hawaiian Culture

Waikiki Parc Hotel, a boutique property on Oahu, recently announced the launch of its new website,

In addition to the Website launch, Waikiki Parc debuts its new campaign - #MyParcStory. 

The new will incorporate a series of videos highlighting local influencers that live and breathe the Hawaii lifestyle and are passionate about giving back to the local community. 


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The first video will debut on Cyber Monday, December 1, and will feature leading surf photographer Zak Noyle. The clip tells Noyle's "Parc Story" and showcases his passion for surfing, Hawaii’s ocean and photography. 

The website also features Oahu Finds, Waikiki Parc’s guide of recommendations from its hotel employees, Hawaii local residents. To kick off all of Waikiki’s Parc’s cyber happenings, the hotel is offering a Cyber Monday deal exclusively on Beginning at 12 a.m. Hawaii Standard Time on Monday, December 1, travelers can book the special Parc Sunrise Bonus Car Package and will additionally receive an automatic room category upgrade by using promo code cyber. The Cyber Monday special ends at 11:59 p.m. on the same day.
The Cyber Monday special starts at a rate of $251 per night plus taxes for a Parc Room and includes the following: compact car rental from Dollar Rent A Car, daily full American Buffet Breakfast for two, hotel parking, Parc Active classes and complimentary admission to Honolulu’s elite art and culture venues. The offer is available January 5, 2015 through December 27, 2015.



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