Ka’anapali Beach Hotel: Girlfriend Getaway package; book by May 31

Widely known as Hawaii’s Most Hawaiian Hotel, Ka'anapali offers a variety of authentic cultural activities and food experiences. Photo: Ka’anapali Beach Hotel, Maui, Hawaii

MAUI, April 3, 2013 – The ocean front Ka’anapali Beach Hotel, one of Maui’s most acclaimed destination resorts, is set on 11 manicured acres along a three mile stretch of beautiful white sand beach on the sunny Western side of Maui.

Widely known as Hawaii’s Most Hawaiian Hotel, it offers a variety of cultural activities, including a sunset hula show, nightly live Hawaiian entertainment, ukulele lessons, poi pounding demonstrations, hula classes, and garden tours. It has been recognized as the “Best Resort for a Hawaiian Cultural Experience.”

Authenticity counts, and respect for the beauty that is Hawaii and Hawaiian tradition makes this more than a typical tourist destination.

It is also a world class family friendly hotel, with all the amenities necessary for your escape to Maui. Across from world famous Ka’anapali Golf Course, just up the road from Lahaina, and right on the beach, Ka’anapali Beach Hotel makes it easy for you to go, and when you get here, gives you the Maui you want and the Hawaii you may not know about. The real Hawaii.

Now Ka’anapali has a limited time offer of a Girlfriend Getaway package. Book between now and May 31, and for the entire month of July you and a friend can fly off on a sumptuous vacation together.  

Ladies, grab your best girlfriend and spend a weekend sunbathing, sightseeing or shopping in beautiful Ka’anapali. The package will have you enjoying three sunny fun filled days and nights of spacious accommodations, a rental car to run around in, and two meals (breakfast for two at Tiki Terrace, and lunch for two at Tiki Grill), all for a package price of only $785.00. 

Though it’s not part of your Girlfiend Getaway package, be sure to check out the healthy meal alternatives at The Tiki Terrace Restauarant, under Executive Chef Tom Muromoto.

Modeled after traditional Hawaiian Cuisine, low fat and low salt,  fresh fish and fowl, exquisite local vegetables, it is an authentic and health conscious delight for the palate, the waistline,  and the senses.

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