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October 22, 2014

Hawaii Getaways This Winter

Whether you live in Hawaii and need to staycation, or you live elsewhere and looking to vacation somewhere warm this winter, here are a few options:

Located at the gateway to Waikiki on the island of Oahu, THE MODERN HONOLULU sets a new standard for lifestyle hotels with an innovative urban resort design that reflects sophistication and style. With sweeping vistas of the Pacific Ocean and city skyline surround the hotel's 353 guest rooms and suites, THE MODERN HONOLULU offers the perfect destination for a winter escape. Two stylish pools overlook the Pacific for daytime fun while a vibrant scene at Addiction nightclub and The Study lobby bar offer evening rendezvous. Centrally located, THE MODERN HONOLULU is within walking distance to popular Waikiki beaches, Hawaii’s largest open-air shopping center, Ala Moana, and near a selection of luxury boutiques and retail stores that line Waikiki’s main thoroughfare, Kalakaua Avenue. After a day of adventure, lounging poolside and enjoying luxurious treatments at The Spa at THE MODERN HONOLULU, guests can enjoy sushi at Morimoto Waikiki, located on-property. 

While visiting Four Seasons Resorts Lana’i, you'll have the opportunity to experience 'island-hopping' within the secluded island of Lana'i. Set atop Hulopo'e Bay,Four Seasons Resorts Lana’i at Manele Bay has recently completed portions of their multi-phase renovations unveiling new culturally inspired penthouse suites, guestrooms, lobby and NOBU Lana’i. The redesign is led by Todd Avery of TAL Studios who has incorporated the storied past of Lana’i into all elements. The resort also recently welcomed the island’s first ever luxury retail experience with three new boutiques to purchase your perfect keepsake. A quintessential beach resort, dive into the clear waters below with complimentary water sports including snorkeling, stand up paddle boarding and more with a perfect view of the famous Spinner Dolphins. If you’d rather the ocean be your view from up above, the award-winning Manele Golf Course will be your new home. 

Make your way up the Koloiki Ridge Ride to the upcountry Lodge at Koele for a more rustic chic experience. Here you can ride the rolling hills with horses from the resorts stables, experience clay shooting and enrich your mind with the Lodge at Koele Elders Program incorporating the island’s history into fun programming for the kids. Explore this activity-filled secluded and historic island of Lana'i with the luxurious touch of Four Seasons. 
Snowbirds looking to escape to warmer climates can jet to Aulani, a Disney Resort, where there’s something for the entire ‘ohana (family). While visiting Aulani, guests can surf in crystalline waters, ride horseback through lush valleys or kayak through protected offshore islets. Each excursion is entertaining, educational and fun, so the entire family can take home a greater appreciation and understanding of the Aloha State—along with unforgettable vacation memories. Families make magical memories together—or apart—with experiences designed for every age and interest. Additionally, for guests looking for adding a bit of wellness to their vacation, Laniwai is one of the only true luxury, family wellness retreats that offers spa, relaxation and spectacular Hawaiian experiences for ages newborn and up.

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