Embassy Suites Waikiki Newsletter March 2013

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Kick off the month of March with the 19th Annual Honolulu Festival Mar. 1 - 3, celebrating the diverse cultures of the Pacific Rim. The festival includes art showcases, music and dance performances, plus craft demonstrations at the Hawaii Convention Center, DFS galleria, and the stage at Waikiki Beach Walk®. The three-day extravaganza ends with a thrilling parade down Kalakaua Avenue.

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Embassy Suites Waikiki Newsletter March 2013

  1. 1. 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.*Subject to State and local laws. www.EmbassySuitesWaikiki.com • 1-800-EMBASSY • (808) 921-2345 • 201 Beachwalk Street • Honolulu, HI 96815
  2. 2. KKick off the month of March with the 19th Annual Honolulu Festival Mar. 1 - 3,celebrating the diverse cultures of the Pacific Rim. The festival includes artshowcases, music and dance performances, plus craft demonstrations at the M ar ch H ap pe ni ng sHawaii Convention Center, DFS galleria, and the stage at Waikiki Beach Walk®.The three-day extravaganza ends with a thrilling parade down Kalakaua Avenue.If you’re craving more art, head to the Honolulu Museum on March 29 from 6 – 9 pm for ARTafterDARK, a dynamicart party featuring music, food, drinks and an art exhibit. On March 17, you won’t have any troublefinding a St. Patrick’s Day party for a pint of green beer and corn beef and cabbage. Visit DowntownHonolulu where the streets will come alive with music, entertainment and Celtic-themed food.These exciting events will have you saying “Hana Hou,” the Hawaiian word for “encore.”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! Macadamia Nut Crusted Mahi Mahi $24.00 plus tax With a mango-lime butter sauce, served with steamed white rice and asparagus. Hawaiian Curry $23.00 plus tax With Sea Scallops, Shrimp, and Portuguese Sausage, served over steamed white rice.Pākini Bar MenuCheck with our cheerful cocktail servers on the many new selectionsyou can choose from. 12 PM – 5 PMEmbassy Suites EventsLive Entertainment will be your host 4 days a week at our nightly complimentaryManager’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 mornings from 7 – 8 am poolside,weather permitting. Reservations are recommended.

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