Hawaii Vacation News Roundup for January 9th

Today’s news brings some fresh Hawaii vacation deals and ideas. 

  • The Four Seasons resorts of Hawaii are offering a free night stay.  The Big Island, Lanai, and Maui all have Four Seasons resorts.  The free night and rate varies by resort.  You can read more about the details in this press release.  The best deal, in my opinion, is the Four Seasons Lanai Resort at Manele Bay.  That offer includes a fifth night free plus daily breakfast.  Their breakfast buffet is the best I’ve had in Hawaii.  (You can check out my review of the Four Seasons Lanai Resort at Manele Bay.)
  • ATA Airlines has a Hawaii fare sale with one way fares as low as $169 from Oakland to Kona.  To learn more, see this link to ATA.
  • You can receive dining credit worth $100 to $300 by booking a three-night or longer stay at the Outrigger Reef at Waikiki Beach.  The offer is valid from now through March 3rd.  During this period the swimming pool will be undergoing a make-over, but guests will be allowed to use the swimming facilities at nearby Outrigger Waikiki and Embassy Suites®-Waikiki Beach Walk®.
  • A few weeks ago, I wrote a post to consider volunteering some of your Maui vacation time.  I’m impressed that one reader and his family decided to volunteer some of their Maui vacation time to clean up a section of Ma’alaea Beach. The amount of trash that they cleaned up in such a small area (150 foot section) was shocking.  Head over to David’s blog post to read the details.  Mucho kudos to David!
  1. Thanks for the mention Sheila, and thanks for the idea.

    It was very rewarding. I’d encourage anyone who’s able to give it a try.


  2. This is the coolest thing! I’m amazed that people on vacation went to that extra length to do something like this! Thanks for sharing, Sheila! I have to see what Oahu is doing about this kind of thing!

  3. @ David – thank you!
    @ Evelyn – It is cool! See….some of us visitors really and sincerely do care about Hawaii. 🙂 I’ve not seen anything that’s similar on Oahu. Please let me know if you do and we’ll work together to get the word out.

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