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September 10, 2018

Reimagined Queen Kapi'olani Hotel Launches New Activities Lineup


In anticipation of the property's grand relaunch this October, Queen Kapi'olani Hotel, a retro-chic hotel positioned where the majestic Diamond Head meets celebrated Waikiki Beach, today premieres an all-new lineup of lifestyle programming.
"The Queen Kapi'olani Hotel has always been a landmark of the Waikiki community and a gathering place for locals," says Jeff Perkins, general manager of Queen Kapi'olani Hotel. "As we begin the next chapter of the hotel's legacy, our programming honors local culture and celebrates what makes Hawaii special."

Hosted by local tastemakers, the new, specially curated events and activities include engaging fitness and wellness classes, crafting workshops, food and beverage experiences, as well happy hours, live music, and more. These unique events, activities, and classes are now available to book on the hotel's website, with discounts for hotel guests.
 
Become a Fitness Guru
Those looking to embrace wellness can get their heart rate up with Waikiki Running Tours, where host Hawaii Running Project show the best running routes around Waikiki. Hot Hula Fitness Classes, a fun cardio twist on Hawaiian hula, also offers an energetic workout. For lower impact exercise,  Rise and Shine Yoga offers a gentle hatha flow at the property's beautiful outdoor oceanside venue hosted by Yogaloha Hawaii.

Find Your Inner Foodie
Food and beverage enthusiasts can immerse themselves in Waikiki's local flavors with Hawaiian Coffee Tasting 101. When it's time for happy hour, learn how to make The Queen Kapi'olani Hotel signature cocktails from master mixologists, partake in daily food and drink specials at Knots Coffee Roasters and Café, and enjoy brunch all weekend long, as well as poolside Brunch and Haku every Sunday, at DECK.
 
Local Live Music
Enjoy live music every day at sunset at the hotel's outdoor living room featuring notable local artists such as Tavana, Jeffery James, Kuhio Travis and Lucky Kids.
 
Embrace Hawaiian Culture
Those looking to learn more about Hawaiian culture can participate in Hula Dance Lessons, join a Haku Lei Making Workshop with master lei maker Meleana Estes, or take part in a  DIY Wellness Workshop where locally based Aloha Apothecary helps guests create homemade wellness beauty products.
 
Learn to Surf
Join Daily Surf Lesson Demonstrations or the Friday Pau Hana Surf Club, an end-of-the-week surf session for people of all skill levels, followed by happy hour beers at Knots Café.
 
The launch of the programming calendar is part of the hotel's complete reimaging featuring a $35 million renovation, which includes updates to rooms, the open-air lobby, and third-floor lanai; the introduction of two dining concepts, DECK. and Knot's Coffee Roasters and Café; and a state-of-the-art fitness center. The all-new Queen Kapi'olani Hotel now offers unique amenities including art instillations in the lobby and the second floor Royal Gallery, retail shops and an on-site surf school.
 
For a full list of the Queen Kapi'olani Hotel's new programming please visit queenkapiolani.com/events-calendar. For more information about the hotel's renovations, please visit queenkapiolani.com/2018-enhancements.

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