KAUAI BEACH RESORT has introduced 2007 specials. Rates for
the breakfast-inclusive Bounceback package ranges from $199
(mountain or garden view) to $269 (oceanfront) and are offered
through Dec. 31. The Kauai On The Go package, valid through Dec.
21, includes deluxe accommodations and a daily rental car, starting
at $209. The All In One combines the Bounceback special with Kauai
On The Go, offering deluxe accommodations in choice of room
categories, daily rental car and daily buffet breakfast, starting
at $229 per night, through December 21. Call (800) HILTONS or visit
ACADEMY OF ARTS is hosting "Hawaii & It's People,"
featuring the works of artists Louis Choris and Jacques Arago,
whose pictures, done in 1816 and 1819, are some the earliest of the
islands. The exhibit runs through May 6. Another exhibit, "Wearing
Propaganda: Textiles on the Home Front in Japan, Britain and the
United States, 1931--1945" provides a perspective of the war years.
It runs Feb. 8 to April 29.
AIRLINES, a commuter carrier, on Feb. 1 will start a
discount carrier called PW Express, starting with service between
Honolulu and Lanai and Molokai. The carrier will offer $29 one-way
fares. Pacific Wings flies nine-passenger aircraft on a daily
schedule of 23 flights. Call (888) 575-4546 or visit www.pacificwings.com.
WAIKIKI has introduced its Room and Board package -- board
as in surfboard -- with the package including four hour-long surf
lessons, eight hours of board rental time and a digital CD of the
student. The package can be shared by two, three or four people,
making it a flexible option for families or couples. Prices for the
four-night package, valid through Dec. 21, range from $1,070 (city
view) to $4,126 (one bedroom oceanfront suite). Call (800)
OUTRIGGER, visit www.outriggerwaikiki.com or e-mail [email protected].
MOANA SURFRIDER has named Erik Berger as general manager
of the Moana Surfrider Hotel. Berger last served as a general
manager at Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort.
Editor: Allan Seiden
Phone: (808) 734-4677
opportunities in the Hawaii E-letter, contact Debbie Joseph at [email protected].