Embassy Suites Waikiki Newsletter February 2013

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Love and festivities are in the balmy trade winds of tropical Waikiki this February… Plan an evening of romance at one of the many dining facilities at Waikiki Beach Walk®, or embark on an evening cruise and bask in the Hawaiian moonlight.

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Embassy Suites Waikiki Newsletter February 2013

  1. 1. *Subject to State and local laws.Waikiki’s Suite Paradise! Oahu’s Only All-Suite Resort Enjoy our spacious one- and two-bedroom suites with the convenience of micro kitchens and the following complimentary comforts: • Full cooked-to-order breakfast daily • Evening Manager’s reception* • WiFi internet access, Yoga classes • 24-hour fitness & business centers When you’re ready for sun & fun, Waikiki Beach is just a few steps away. It’s all here… a great place to stay and play.www.EmbassySuitesWaikiki.com • 1-800-EMBASSY • (808) 921-2345 • 201 Beachwalk Street • Honolulu, HI 96815
  2. 2. F eb ru ar y H ap pe ni ng s L Love and festivities are in the balmy trade winds of tropical Waikiki this February… Plan an evening of romance at one of the many dining facilities at Waikiki Beach Walk®, or embark on an evening cruise and bask in the Hawaiian moonlight. Welcome the Chinese New Year by watching the captivating moves of the Chinese lion dance at Waikiki Beach Walk® on Sunday, February 17, 2013 starting at 6 p.m., followed by pole jumping in the plaza and store blessings. Collect beads at downtown Honolulu’s Mardi Gras block party and enjoy a smorgasbord of delectable treats and tantalizing live performances celebrating the indulgence of Caribbean culture. Need help with a gift for that special someone? Hawaiian jewelry is popular among locals and visitors alike. Look for the word “Kuuipo” engraved on items. It means “sweetheart” in Hawaiian.Food & BeverageIn-Suite Dining menuAside from our mouth-watering entrees and fresh salads that arealways available, Chef Glenn has created dinner specials just for you! Hawaiian Beef Stew With Yukon potatoes, root vegetables, and a chive biscuit topping. $22.00 plus tax Pan Seared Mahi Mahi Served with chipotle-garlic butter with lime and cilantro, and steamed white rice. $21.00 plus taxPākini Bar MenuCheck with our cheerful cocktail servers on the many new selections you can choose from. 12 PM – 5 PMEmbassy Suites EventsLive Entertainment will be your host 4 days a week at our nightlycomplimentary Manager’s Reception on the Grand Lanai:Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 5:30 – 7:30 pm,subject to change.Yoga Classes are available every Tuesday and Friday morningsfrom 7 – 8 am poolside, weather permitting. Reservations arerecommended.

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