What’s New at Aqua-Aston Hospitality, One of Hawaii’s Largest Hotel
HONOLULU -- (Business Wire)
With an everchanging list of hotel upgrades, new programming, feature
events, and one-of-a-kind dining experiences, Hawaii vacationers have a
lot to look forward to at hotels and resorts managed by Aqua-Aston
Hospitality. From summer camping, epic Fourth of July fireworks
displays, boozy bites, and multigenerational vacation ideas, there’s
something for everyone and every budget. Boasting a portfolio of nearly
50 hotels and resorts on Oahu, Hawaii Island, Maui, and Kauai (and some
on the continental U.S.), here’s what’s new and noteworthy for the
summer from one of Hawaii’s largest hotel management companies.
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A How-to Guide for Summer Camping on Hawaii’s Active Volcano - Hidden within a fragrant eucalyptus grove, Volcano House’s Namakanipaio Campground on Hawaii Island offers summer visitors three ways to “glamp” or camp (Photo: Business Wire)
WHAT’S NEW ON HAWAII ISLAND?
A How-to Guide for Summer Camping on Hawaii’s Active Volcano
Hidden within a fragrant eucalyptus grove, Volcano House’s Namakanipaio
Campground offers summer visitors three ways to “glamp” or camp (at
three levels of cushiness), all inside Hawaii Volcanoes National Park,
the state’s number-one attraction. Whether a cozy, one-room camper cabin
that sleeps four; a fully equipped (and pre-setup) rent-a-tent with an
8-inch memory foam mattress, hotel linens, cooler, lantern, and camping
chairs; or a simple campsite lot for you to BYOT (bring you own tent) –
Volcano House’s Namakanipaio Campground makes camping accessible to
everyone. Of course, if camping isn’t your preference, Volcano
House has 33 historic hotel rooms where views of Kilauea’s glowing
Halemaumau crater are visible while you relax and unwind.
WHAT’S NEW ON OAHU?
Dive into Summer with the Surfjack’s Summer Pool Party Series
Surfjack Hotel & Swim Club, Waikiki’s first 1960s throwback
hotel, has curated a line-up of poolside events, including a mid-century
pop-up shop, a “Talk Story” with surf filmmaker Taylor Steele, a puppy
adoption day, and a trio of pool parties featuring beach wear launches,
poolside massages, polaroid booths, celebrity guests, and an exclusive
beach cruiser unveil, in addition to renowned DJs, mix-and-match juice
cocktails, and light bites by Mahina & Sun’s. With a summer lineup
unlike any other hotel and pool parties in its iconic “Wish You Were
Here” pool, guests can cannonball into summer with the latest
adventurers, culturists, and epicureans. For more information, visit surfjack.com/experiences
Locals Know This Waikiki Hotel Has the Best Firework Views on the
Fourth of July
Every year, 40,000+ visitors flood Ala Moana Beach Park ready to day
camp, grill, and watch the evening’s Fourth of July fireworks display –
the island’s largest. But if crowds aren’t on your agenda, Ilikai
Hotel & Luxury Suites, located at the gateway to Waikiki, offers
guests some of the island’s best vantage points. Book a room, skip the
crowds, and enjoy a spectacular show. Here’s an insider tip: Book a
Luxury Jr. Suite Sunset Ocean View room for the best fourth of July
views. Or ask for Room 4137 or 4139.
Refreshing Sips at Refreshing Prices … in Waikiki!
Inside a boutique hotel off-the-beaten path in Waikiki is one of the
neighborhood’s best kept secrets: Lounge Renew, a contemporary bar and
hangout for cocktails and good conversation. The best part? Cocktails
are handcrafted at prices that don’t hurt the wallet, such as Lounge
Renew’s Guava Mojito ($6), a tropical take on a time-honored cocktail.
Happy hour cocktails are served daily starting at 5:30 p.m. for guests
Renew and the public.
Hotel Penthouse Gets in Bed with AirBnB
Boutique hotels like Aqua
Ohia Waikiki are taking advantage of this new distribution channel.
Leveraging AirBnB to sell a unique product like Aqua Ohia Waikiki’s
ocean view 2-bed, 2-bath penthouse
and private lanai, the hotel now has access to a new segment of
consumers seeking one-of-a-kind lodging options. Toss in additional
benefits like free parking (a rarity in Waikiki) and waived hotel
amenity fees, this penthouse is the perfect getaway for family travelers
or a girlfriend trip to the island of sun, surf and sand.
Pho Meets Shave Ice at Aqua Oasis Hotel
Waikiki is the newest restaurant to open inside Aqua
Oasis Hotel, a small boutique hotel and oasis located amidst the
hustle and bustle of Waikiki. Agalico Waikiki’s Asian fusion style
concept blends Thai, Vietnamese, and Indonesian cuisine and tops it with
a unique Hawaii twist. For example, you’ll find unique dishes like
Shrimp Toast and Pho Shaved Ice, a pho dish with a frozen savory broth
and rainbow food coloring so that it appears like shaved ice. Hotel
guests at Aqua Oasis can enjoy an exclusive 10% discount on these
popular dishes as well as all other menu items.
WHAT’S NEW ON KAUAI?
Summer Cottages for that #VacationLifestyle – Fit for Families and
Nestled next to the famous Wailua River, a quiet row of 2-room cottages
faces the island’s eastern shore overlooking one of Kauai’s safest and
most swimmable beaches. It also happens to be a best kept secret at the Hilton
Garden Inn Wailua Bay. With the privacy of your own cottage, outdoor
lanai, and driveway and the brand standards of a Hilton hotel, these
Kauai cottages are an essential ingredient for an island getaway.
Insider tip: Ask about the sunrise ceremony, beach cruiser bikes, beach
mats and toys, and complimentary Mai Tais available to guests.
Summer Bites: Kauai’s Only Boozy Shave Ice is Hidden in This Hotel
On an island with no shortage of shave ice stands, it’s surprising that
Ko Shave Ice – a hidden stand located poolside at Aqua
Kauai Beach Resort – is Kauai’s only boozy shave ice shop. And if
you needed more reason to stop by, its signature adult Piña Colada and
Mai Tai shave ice come spiked with Koloa Rum, Kauai’s award-winning
WHAT’S NEW ON MAUI?
How to Have Your Best Multigenerational Summer Vacation … Island Style
Family vacations can be a tricky feat, especially if they need to meet a
multigenerational agenda where mom and dad, kids, grandparents, and even
cousins need to be considered. But it’s also the reason why Aston
Kaanapali Shores is a popular summer choice. There’s something for
everyone – two fresh water pools and endless activities at the hotel’s
year-round Camp Kaanapali program for kids ages 5-12 years old, free
scuba diving lessons, couple massages at the resort’s new spa for mom
and dad, or a poolside hula show or lobby craft fair for the
grandparents, are just some of the options. With condo-resort style
accommodations, fully equipped kitchens, and washer/dryer units in all
its junior and full suites, Aston Kaanapali Shores is how expert
multigenerational travelers enjoy summer vacations with the entire
Kaanapali Says “Aloha-aaaaah” to Two New Spas
Maui has two new ways to destress, relax, and unwind – Puamana
Day Spa, located within Aston
Kaanapali Shores and The
Spa at Aston
Whaler on Kaanapali Beach. At Puamana Day Spa, a quiet, private
oceanside cabana awaits guests for a full mind, body and spirit
rejuvenation. While at The Spa at The Whaler, a must-try is the Whaler
Renewal Ritual, an energizing body exfoliation infused with island
botanicals. Insider tip: Inquire about vouchers or promotions exclusive
for hotel guests.
Maui Kaanapali Villas Celebrates 50 Years of Hawaiian Hospitality
Kaanapali Villas, a modern condo resort with “old Hawaii” at heart,
is celebrating its 50th anniversary with 50% off guests’ fourth night
stays. Set on 11 acres of exotic tropical gardens on one of the finest
stretches of Kaanapali Beach, Maui Kaanapali Villas, which offers full
kitchens in all its studios and suites, is the perfect getaway for
friends and family. This one-time exclusive offer can be booked online
through October 31 with the promo code “MKV50.”
WHAT’S NEW IN TAHOE?
A Lake Tahoe Resort for the Whole Family
Situated on a private stretch of Lake Tahoe beach, Aston
Lakeland Village Beach & Mountain Resort is a luxurious
condominium resort that’s summer ready for the whole family. With its
Aston Kids’ Camp, which opened this month, children ages four and up
have access to free daytime and evening activities like treasure hunts,
Olympic days and tie dye fun – leaving parents some much earned downtime
to explore the lake on one of the resort’s stand up paddle boards or
kayaks. For popular summer events like Harvey’s Tahoe Summer Concert
series and the American Century Celebrity Golf Championship, hotel
guests can receive complimentary shuttle rides to and from the event, as
well as discounted celebrity golf tickets.
For more information about Aqua-Aston Hospitality, please visit www.aqua-aston.com
or call (855) 945-4092.
About Aqua-Aston Hospitality
With a 70-year legacy and a track record overseeing a robust portfolio
ranging from boutique hotels to global brands, Aqua-Aston Hospitality is
a leading destination expert in Hawaii. The Honolulu-based company
provides management and marketing services to nearly 50 hotels and
resorts in Hawaii and in the continental United States. Aqua-Aston
Hospitality prides itself in the expertise of its teammates and its
locally staffed 24-hour call center, the only one in Hawaii, to best
serve the needs of travelers from across the globe. Aqua-Aston
Hospitality partners with independent ownership groups and manages
contracts with international hotel brands including Hilton Inc.,
InterContinental Hotels Group and Preferred Hotels & Resorts. For more
information, visit www.Aqua-Aston.com
or call (855) 945-4092. Aqua-Aston Hospitality is an operating business
of ILG, Inc. (Nasdaq: ILG), a leading global provider of professionally
delivered vacation experiences.
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Source: Aqua-Aston Hospitality
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