Statewide News Releases
- WHAT'S NEW IN THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS SPRING 2018
- April 3, 2018
HAWAII – Spring has sprung and there’s no better way of welcoming the season than experiencing it in the Hawaiian Islands. Make plans for the annual return engagements of a handful of popular Hawaii food, coffee and beer festivals, and the world’s most-renowned hula competition. This spring will also see the completion of multimillion-dollar renovations at two large resorts on Maui and the island of Hawaii, and a handful of notable restaurant openings. Read about all of it in our roundup below of top Hawaii spring highlights for the months just ahead.
- WHAT'S NEW IN THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS - LOOKING AHEAD TO 2018
- December 13, 2017
HAWAII – As another spectacular year nears its end, we look forward to 2018 and what’s ahead in the Hawaiian Islands with exciting updates about renovated hotels, fresh fare, intriguing attractions and activities, and more. Below are our top highlights for the months to come.
- DON'T MISS THESE 10 COOL HAWAII NEIGHBORHOODS AND CHARMING TOWNS
- November 30, 2017
Some of Hawaii’s best-kept local secrets can be found along the streets and within the structures of the fascinating neighborhoods and towns of the Hawaiian Islands. Travelers looking to immerse themselves in local culture and lifestyle will appreciate the many hidden gems to be found in our island towns, from boundlessly creative gelato shops and a myriad of inventive bakeries to resident artisan galleries, cherished multi-generational and modern-cool eateries, and more.
- 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.
TRAVEL DEEPER BY ATTENDING HAWAII'S DIVERSE FESTIVALS AND EVENTS
- September 7, 2017
- WHAT'S NEW IN THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS - SUMMER 2017
- July 6, 2017
HAWAII – From the unveiling of exciting hotel renovations, new outdoor adventure activities and satiating summer culinary creations, there’s never been a better time to visit the Islands. Listed below are some of our top island highlights. For additional updates regarding each island, please reference the appropriate newsletter of each island chapter – Island of Hawaii Visitors Bureau, Kauai Visitors Bureau, Maui Visitors and Convention Bureau and Oahu Visitors Bureau.
- HAWAII'S NATURAL BEAUTY SHINES FROM ALL ANGLES AND ELEVATIONS
- June 28, 2017
The diversified landscapes of the Hawaiian Islands offer an abundance of opportunities for inspiration and rejuvenation. From witnessing molten lava flows on the island of Hawaii and soaking in views of Mount Waialeale while water tubing through the rainforests of Kauai, to viewing the sunrise at the 10,023-foot elevation summit of Haleakala volcano on Maui and experiencing a brand new adventure park on Oahu’s west side, a wide-range of exploration and excitement awaits.
- WHAT'S NEW IN THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS - SPRING 2017
- April 17, 2017
HAWAII – Spring is always an exciting time to visit the Islands. And with humpback whale watching season in full swing, the recent unveiling of extensive renovations at several Hawaii hotels, and fresh culinary and activity offerings, there’s no better time to visit than now.
- 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.