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As part of a new partnership with Honolulu’s newest transportation system, Biki by Bikeshare Hawaii, Aqua-Aston Hospitality now offers a free Biki bike rental package to guests who book a four-night minimum stay at select Oahu properties.
The package is inclusive of two Biki Free Spirit bike rentals featuring multiple trips up to 300 minutes. With 100 Biki bike stops from downtown Honolulu to Diamond Head, guests staying at an Aqua-Aston-managed property, such as Aqua Aloha Surf Waikiki, Aqua Oasis, Pagoda Hotel, and Aqua Palms Waikiki, will be able to use Biki to discover Oahu’s varied eateries, shops and activities in a sustainable way.
The Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina has introduced Camp Kohola at the Hideaway, which offers children an array of cultural activities, including hula dancing, lauhala weaving and "glamping" under the stars. Camp Kohola also has a media room, a Creativity Zone and a computer area.
The new Otani Kaimana Beach Hotel has finished the final stages of renovations to its Diamond Head Wing this past December.
The hotel is currently offering the “Leahi Package” to honor this accomplishment. It includes 30 percent off one-bedroom and studio units when guests book a minimum of three nights. The package also includes Waikiki Aquarium tickets and a $50 dining credit.
Queen Kapiolani Hotel will relaunch following a major renovation this summer. The upgrades will include updates to guest rooms and public spaces and introduce a new restaurant.
The Queen Kapiolani is a full-service, urban resort offering views of the beach, Kapiolani Park and Diamond Head.
The former Pacific Beach Hotel debuted as the all-new Alohilani Resort Waikiki Beach in December 2017 following an extensive $115 million transformation.
Set in the heart of Waikiki, Alohilani Resort Waikiki Beach includes collaborations with "Iron Chef" Masaharu Morimoto; New York architecture and design firm the Rockwell Group, which designed the resort’s lobby, restaurant, pool deck, guest rooms and suites; and architectural firms WATG and Pacific Asia Design Group.
The 839-room resort has five new culinary concepts and a destination pool deck.