ne," a variety dinner show
featuring Las Vegas-style entertainment with magical illusions and
musical impersonations, reappeared on the Waikiki nightlife scene
with its premiere May 12 at the Waikiki Beach Marriott
Resort and Spa. The show is suitable for adults and
"One" is performed Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Leahi Showroom located on the
second floor of the resort's Kealohilani Tower.
Dinner and show packages include the Cocktail Show, at $39
(adult or child); the Standard, with buffet dinner and show, $59
adult, $42 child; the VIP Deluxe plan, with a filet mignon and
lobster dinner, $89 adult or child; and the Producers package,
$109, adult or child, featuring a filet mignon and lobster dinner
and a souvenir photo. For "One" show reservations or more
information, call (808) 921-5000.
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MSD Capital, the investment firm formed to
manage the financial assets of computer impresario Michael Dell,
chairman and CEO of Dell, purchased the Four Seasons Resort
Maui at Wailea. The purchase will have no effect on hotel
operations, staffing or guest relations, according to Four Seasons
With the sale of this property, the sellers, SCP and part-owner
Shimizu, which formerly had a large presence on Maui, will no
longer own any properties on the Hawaiian Islands.
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Action movie star Jackie Chan opened one of his
Jackie's Kitchen restaurants -- the first in the
U.S. -- at the Ala Moana Center in Honolulu. The theme for the
eatery revolves around Chan's action movies and memorabilia. Food
is served family-style, and the average price is $15 per person.
For more information, call (808) 943-CHAN.
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The new Keiki and Teen Adventure Treatments at
Hyatt Regency Maui's Spa Moana make you want to be
a kid again.
The Movie Star Package includes a minifacial and glitter
princess make-up with a temporary fairy tattoo application, a
manicure and pedicure for $99. The Rock Star package includes an
airbrush manicure with fun designs, spray-on hair color, a toe ring
or a temporary tattoo application and a pedicure. Other treatments
are manicures, keiki yoga classes and Glow Girl teen facials.
The new treatments come on the heels of Spa Moana's recent
expansion. With additional treatment rooms and a new fitness
facility, spa and fitness offerings now span 20,000 square feet of
In addition to the expansions, the spa recently announced the
launch of a signature product line, Lokahi, available for purchase
at Spa Moana or online at www.maui.hyatt.com.
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Island Air began operating as an independent
airline May 13 with the launch of its daily service between Maui
and Kona. Aloha Airgroup, parent of Aloha Airlines, sold Island Air
in December to Gavarnie Holding, a family-owned company, making
Island Air Hawaii's third-largest independent airline. The sale
became effective May 11.
Island Air plans to add four new interisland routes: Hilo on the
Big Island to Kahului on Maui; Hilo to Honolulu; Lihue on Kauai to
Kahului; and Lihue to Honolulu.
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Aloha Airlines and Island Air
will continue their marketing agreements. Island Air customers
still will be able to participate in the AlohaPass program, and
Island Air will honor frequent flyer AlohaPass miles accumulated by
customers. Island Air is Hawaii's leading commuter carrier,
offering approximately 50 daily flights to Molokai, Lanai, Kapalua,
Kahului and now Kona.