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The Honolulu Advertiser
Posted on: Sunday, April 4, 2010


Advertiser Staff

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Aqua Bamboo and Spa in Waikk is offering an Earth Day special.

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In support of Earth Day, April 22, Aqua Bamboo and Spa's Earth Day package extends through April and celebrates the Hawaii Green Business Award received by the hotel last month.

The "Earth Day Special" at Aqua Bamboo and Spa is for a partial city view studio kitchenette at $89 per night, representing a 30 percent savings on the rack rate. Self-parking is $10 per day, representing a 50 percent discount.

The Aqua Bamboo and Spa's environmental practices have been recognized by the state Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism, and in addition, guests are asked to use recycling receptacles, manage daily use of bath towels, and turn off lights and air-conditioning when leaving the room.

The Earth Day Special is through April 30 for new bookings, 866-406-2782, 922-7777, www.aquabamboo.com.

BOOK 1, GET 1 FREE: Prince Resorts Hawaii offers up to 20 percent off the rate on a first room and the second room free at Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki, Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel and Mauna Kea Beach Hotel. The complimentary room is based on double occupancy and the offer is through Sept. 30.

• The resort's Kids Eat Free Program is for children 12 years and younger to eat free when dining with parents at on-site restaurants through Sept. 30. Venues include: Prince Court, Hakone and Bird of Paradise at Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki; Ocean Terrace, Beach Bar and Coast Grille at Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel; Manta & Pavilion Wine Bar, Number 3, Hau Tree, Sunday brunch, luau and clambake at Mauna Kea Beach Hotel.

• The Kids Golf Free Program is for ages 17 years and younger to golf free with their parents at Hawaii Prince Golf Club at Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki, and Hapuna Golf Course at Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel on the Big Island, through Sept. 30.

888-977-4623, www.princeresortshawaii.com/prince-special-offers.php.

NO BAGGAGE FEES: Napili Kai Beach Resort will pay guests' airline baggage fees by deducting the cost off the total cost of their stay, up to a maximum of $125 per reservation. Guests must present their checked-baggage receipt upon check-in.

The offer is valid for a five-night minimum stay in selected room categories for new bookings only and cannot be combined with any other special offers or discounts at the resort. www.napilikai.com/deals-specials

Napili Kai also offers a complimentary children's program for families visiting during Easter, mid-June to late August, Thanksgiving, and Christmas/New Year. 800-367-5030, 808-669-6271, www.napilikai.com.

5-NIGHT PACKAGE: Kaanapali Beach Hotel's "Best of the Beach 2010" package includes five nights' accommodation in an ocean view room, a compact rental car, one lunch for two at the Tiki Grill, daily buffet breakfast for two, a logo cooler bag, two Hawaiian design beach towels, two bottles of water per day, admission for two to Maui Ocean Center, choice of either snorkel gear rental or use of an umbrella and two chaise lounges for two persons for three days. The five-night package costs $1,649 based on double occupancy; each additional night includes buffet breakfast and compact rental car and costs $285. Valid through 2010, 808-661-0011, www.kbhmaui.com

SEA TALK: Maui Ocean Center's Sea Talk Series continues at 6 p.m. tomorrow in the aquarium's Open Ocean Exhibit. Research biologist Robin W. Baird will give a slideshow presentation on Hawaii's false killer whales.

Admission is free. 808-270-7089. Entry is through the aquarium's front gate at 5:50 p.m. 808-270-7000, www.mauioceancenter.com.