Westin Maui gets $4M spa and a new name By Brian Berusch / April 28, 2004 Share 1 -- he Westin Maui in Kaanapali Beach opened its $4 million spa and changed the property's name to the Westin Maui Resort and Spa. The 13,000-square-foot Spa at Westin Maui features 16 treatment rooms and a fitness center with a yoga studio. In addition to regular services, the accompanying salon offers hair-braiding and bridal-party preparation.The spa provides treatments using ingredients from Maui Kula Lavender Farm.Massages in oceanview cabanas and poolside manicures, pedicures and hair-braiding continue to be available.For more information, call (866) 500-8313 or (808) 667-2525 or visit the Web site at www.westinmaui.com.• • •United Vacations is offering 12% commission for land-only vacations to Hawaii booked through the firm's call center, the GDSs and VAX VacationAccess.Agents booking in VAX can earn up to an additional 2% on air-inclusive vacation packages. For more information, agents can call (800) 328-6877.• • •SunTrips is offering an Almost All-Inclusive (AAI) option at the Royal Kona Resort on the Big Island and Royal Lahaina Resort on Maui.The seven-night AAI packages include roundtrip air, accommodations, car rental, daily full American buffet breakfast for two, dinner for two on four nights of the stay, a luau with dinner, a $50-per-room daily beverage allowance, an introductory scuba lesson, unlimited tennis and free parking.Packages start at $1,289 per person, double, for the Royal Kona Resort and at $1,359 for the Royal Lahaina Resort. For more information and reservations, call (800) SUNTRIPS or visit www.suntrips.com.• • •The Hilton Hawaiian Village Beach Resort & Spa will celebrate Hawaii Arts Season April 30 through May 2 with free performances, including poetry readings and story-telling, ballet and modern dance, and jazz and classical music.In addition, an art fair featuring more than 40 local artisans will run all three days of the celebration on the property's Lagoon Green.Cultural performances are scheduled on the property throughout the weekend. For more information, visit www.hiltonhawaii.com/artsseason/.• • •Fantasy Holidays and the Four Seasons Resort Maui are offering a Romance for All Seasons honeymoon package.The plan includes guest-room or suite accommodations, a candlelight dinner for two, a couples massage, daily breakfast for two and a convertible car rental. A five-night stay is required.Prices start at $2,560 per person, double, in a gardenview room. For more information or reservations, call Fantasy Holidays at (800) 645-2555 or visit www.fantasyholidays.com.• • •The 510-room Sheraton Maui on Black Rock unveiled a family-minded package and a pair of wedding plans.Boats, Trains and Poolside Games includes three nights' accommodations in a family suite; a daily breakfast buffet for two adults and two children under age 12; four roundtrip passes on the Sugar Cane Train; a picnic snorkel cruise; and a poolside amenity pack. The package costs $2,413 through Dec. 25. Ask for rate code Ohana.The two wedding packages, Flowers of the Heavens and Royal Black Rock, include the services of an on-site wedding coordinator.Flowers of the Heavens is priced at $7,500; Royal Black Rock costs $9,500. For more information, call (808) 661-0031 or visit www.sheraton-maui.com.To contact the reporter who wrote this story, send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org .