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Embassy Suites Waikiki Newsletter June 2013

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June in Waikiki is a time to pay tribute to King Kamehameha, who established the Kingdom of Hawaii in 1810. On June 7 at 3:30 pm, watch as a 25-foot flower lei is weaved on-site and draped over Kamehameha’s statue in Downtown Honolulu. On June 8 at 9 am, the Floral Parade will make its way through Waikiki, with hula dancers, pa’u riders (see below), floats, and marching bands. Culminating at Kapiolani Park with the annual Ho’olaule’a (celebration), you will enjoy performances, food booths and cultural demonstrations from 10 am – 4 pm.

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.

For more details: Visit http://embassysuiteswaikiki.com

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Transcript of "Embassy Suites Waikiki Newsletter June 2013"

  1. 1. • Full cooked-to-order breakfast daily• Evening Manager’s reception*•WiFi internet access,Yoga classes• 24-hour fitness & business centersWhen 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.Enjoy our spacious one- and two-bedroom suites with the convenienceof micro kitchens and the following complimentary comforts:Waikiki’s Suite Paradise!Oahu’s Only All-Suite Resortwww.EmbassySuitesWaikiki.com • 1-800-EMBASSY • (808) 921-2345 • 201 Beachwalk Street • Honolulu, HI 96815*Subject to State and local laws.
  2. 2. Food & BeverageEmbassy Suites EventsEmbassy Suites EventsJune inWaikiki is a time to pay tribute toKing Kamehameha, who established theKingdom of Hawaii in 1810. On June 7 at3:30 pm, watch as a 25-foot flower lei isweaved on-site and draped overKamehameha’s statue in DowntownHonolulu.On June 8 at 9 am, the Floral Parade will makeits way throughWaikiki, with hula dancers,pa’u riders (see below), floats, and marchingbands. Culminating at Kapiolani Park withthe annual Ho’olaule’a (celebration), you willenjoy performances, food booths andcultural demonstrations from 10 am – 4 pm.A Hawaiian history lesson to prepare you forthe festivities:Pa’u riders = Exquisite women on horsebackin elegant gowns, adorned with flowers, anddraped with the pa’u - a traditional long wrapused by Hawaiian royalty to protect theirwardrobe from dust.You’ll be awed by thebeautiful crafted flower arrangements andregal showcase of each rider.In-Suite Dining menuAside from our mouth-watering entrees and fresh salads that arealways available, Chef Glenn has created dinner specials just for you!Braised BeefTips $22.00 plus taxServed with Portobello mushroom sauce over fettuccini pasta &topped with crème fraiche.Linguini Margherita $22.00 plus taxServed with sautéed salmon, fresh tomatoes & basil mixed with garlic & virgin olive oil.Pākini Bar MenuCheck with our cheerful cocktail servers on the many new offeringsyou can choose from. 12 PM – 5 PMLive 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 everyTuesday and Friday morningfrom 7 – 8 am poolside, weather permitting.JuneJuneHappeningsHappeningswww.EmbassySuitesWaikiki.com/specials

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