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- WHAT’S NEW LOOKING AHEAD TO 2019
- (January 7, 2019)
HAWAII – There’s no better way to start the new year off than with a trip to the Hawaiian Islands. Experience the newest attractions kicking off in the spring, enjoy Hawaii’s vibrant music and arts festivals, or indulge in the Islands’ diverse and delectable culinary scene. We’ve got all of the details below, plus additional updates on just about everything else new statewide.
- WHAT KIND OF HAWAII FOODIE ARE YOU?
- (November 16, 2018)
HAWAII- There are few better ways to immerse yourself in a destination than dining your way through it. Hawaii is no different. The diversity of food found in the Hawaiian Islands today is the result of multiple origins – among them, the indigenous Hawaiian culture, dozens of multicultural influences, and modern-day cuisine from around the world.
- WHAT'S NEW IN THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS - FALL 2017
- (October 2, 2017)
HAWAII – Seeking a bit of warmth before the chill of winter sets in? Whether it’s exciting hotel renovations, savoring the flavors of the Hawaii Food and Wine Festival, or exploring an off-the-beaten-path cultural activity, there’s no shortage of reasons to leap into fall with a visit to the Hawaiian Islands. Below are some of our top highlights for the season.
- FLAVORS THAT EXCITE, UNITE AND ARE SURE TO SATISFY ANY APPETITE
- (March 22, 2017)
An appetizing destination for foodie aficionados from around the world, Hawaii is becoming a culinary destination reflective of the uniqueness and bounty of the islands. Showcasing fresh and innovative combinations, many of the islands’ top chefs and restaurants have recently received national recognition for their ability to provide elevated dining experiences that more than satisfy the palate and establish a modern Hawaii sense of place through taste.
- WHAT'S NEW IN THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS - WELCOME TO 2017
- (February 2, 2017)
As part of The Unbound Collection by Hyatt, a global collection of unique and independent stay experiences, the Coco Palms Resort on the east side of Kauai will begin construction in 2017. The Coco Palms Resort was originally built in 1953 with just over 20 guestrooms on grounds that were once home to Kauai’s last reigning queen, Queen Deborah Kapule Kekaihaakulou. Devastated by Hurricane Iniki in 1992, the revitalization of the 363-room historic hotel is scheduled to begin this year and slated to open in 2018.