Oahu Hotel Offers Honeymoon Registry

If your engaged clients aren't sure what they want for their wedding registry, JW Marriott Ihilani Resort & Spa at Ko Olina in Oahu can help: The hotel has launched an online gift registry for honeymoon clients.
Once a couple makes their room reservation or books the Just the Two of You Honeymoon package, they can provide the registry link on their invitations or personal websites, allowing guests to easily select a variety of gifts and experiences via Ihilani.com’s Honeymoon & Gift Registry page.
The resort has several pre-arrival gift options designed to set a sensual mood, including:
- Romantic dining, including a three-course Dinner for Two on the privacy of their balcony or Breakfast in Bed
- Floral petal baths, featuring Ihilani Spa’s signature Mountain Apple bath salts, bath pillows, flameless candles and flower petals delicately placed in the large soaking tub
- Ultimate Aloha Arrival Gift (a tropical drink, macadamia nuts and orchid lei)
- Ultimate Gift of Aloha (a bottle of Dom Perignon and two Ihilani etched champagne flutes, chocolate dipped strawberries and dried pineapples, chocolate covered macadamia nuts and two monogrammed Ihilani yukata robes)

And for those not tying any knots any time soon, the market can simply be a convenient way for all guests to pre-plan their stay. Guests can pre-order almost anything, from food and beverage items to room upgrades, turndown amenities, spa products and tickets to the entertaining Fia Fia Show.
To learn more about the honeymoon gift registry, visit the online marketplace at Ihilani.com or call the Concierge at 808-679-3209.

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