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The Queen Kapi‘olani Hotel in Waikiki Beach has announced three new packages that offer new ways to save on summer travels to Hawaii.

The Picnic at the Park package offers guests a picnic lunch from Knots Coffee Roasters at Kapi’olani Park, in perfect view of Diamond Head National Monument and just steps from the hotel. After the picnic, guests can enjoy admission to Honolulu Zoo. The package is available for stays through Dec. 19, 2019 for guests who book City View Room categories or higher.

Queen Kapi‘olani Hotel’s Summer Promotion offers guests 15 percent off the best available rate as well as waived hospitality fees for reservations on all of the hotel’s
315 recently renovated guestrooms and suites.

The Save and Splurge package, meawnhile, lets guests save by booking the Studio City View or Studio Ocean View Rooms with rates starting from $189. These smaller rooms are perfect for guests looking to save money on accommodations and splurge on shopping, dining or experiencing the rest of Oahu. In addition to the room rate, all guests will receive a selection of Queen Kapi‘olani amenities that include a one-time $20 food and beverage credit, reusable QK logo Water Bottles, and complimentary onsite programming such as daily surf demonstrations from Hans Hedemann Surf School, yoga on the go kit, and sunrise yoga classes. Guests will also receive discounts to onsite activities such as haku lei making as well as special rates to local cultural venues such as the ‘Iolani Palace and Bishop Museum.

“Our new package and promotion provide travelers with a unique way to live like a local and make the most of their vacations through savings and exclusive offerings on experiences both on and off property,” said Joy Tomita, director of marketing of the Queen Kapi‘olani Hotel, in a press release statement.

Located where Hawaii’s Diamond Head National Monument meets Waikiki Beach, the 315-room hotel boasts an onsite surf school, an international culinary sensation’s first concept in Hawaii, and a collection of vintage Hawaiian and local art.

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