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- WHAT'S NEW IN THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS - FEBRUARY/MARCH 2016
- (February 1, 2016)
Recently developed 808 Center is Honolulu’s newest three-story restaurant and entertainment complex. Located in the heart of the city, and a 10-minute walk from Ala Moana Shopping Center, 808 Center features 11 dining options, two full service salons and a karaoke entertainment center. Coming soon to 808 Center are Jean Marc French Cuisine by JJ, Flower and Spoon, Café Plumeria (formerly known as Ailana Shave Ice), Cake M, Hawaii Voice, Kapalau Custom Jewelry and Jean Marc Patisserie by JJ (also known as JJ Bakery). 808 Center features Hawai‘i’s first vertical parking garage and is open daily for breakfast, lunch, dinner and late-night dining. Facebook.com/808Center
- THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FROM THE ICONIC TO THE UNEXPECTED
- (January 12, 2016)
Six distinct islands provide surprising experiences at every turn.
- HAWAII RECOGNIZED WITH PRESTIGIOUS TRAVEL TRADE AWARDS
- (December 17, 2015)
Travel Weekly Honors Hawaii as “Best in Destinations, U.S. State” and Maui as “Best in Destinations, Hawaii” for 12th straight year.
- WHAT'S NEW IN THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS - HOLIDAYS IN HAWAII AND LOOKING AHEAD TO 2016
- (November 18, 2015)
Named after the paakai (salt) ponds that once dotted the low-lying wetlands of what is now Honolulu’s Kakaako neighborhood, SALT at Our Kakaako is designed to become the city’s epicenter for local culture, food, shopping, and innovative events. Repurposing existing area structures, landowner Kamehameha Schools is planning a lively, pedestrian-friendly neighborhood. Set for opening in late 2015, SALT at Our Kakaako is expected to be Hawaii’s first urban mixed-use, mixed-income community. OurKakaako.com
- HAWAII VISITORS AND CONVENTION BUREAU NAMES TOM MULLEN SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT AND CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER
- (October 19, 2015)
The Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau (HVCB) is pleased to announce Tom Mullen has joined the organization in the newly created position of senior vice president and chief operating officer. He began work on Sept. 1, replacing Wayne Arita, HVCB’s chief financial officer, who retired in September.