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Starwood Celebrates ‘Sixty Days of Summer’ in Hawaii

In celebration of summer, Hawaii resorts in the Starwood Preferred Guest (SPG) portfolio will kick off “Sixty Days of Summer” from June 16 to Aug. 14, offering “dozens of can’t-miss activities, events and experiences that will leave indelible memories to last throughout the year.”

SPG is one of Marriott International’s award-winning loyalty programs. In Hawaii there are 12 SPG resorts on four islands representing the Sheraton, Westin, St. Regis and Luxury Collection brands, with something new to offer visitors every day this summer.

“A stay at one of our SPG resorts in Hawaii is the ideal way to enjoy Summer 2017, offering the perfect mix of adventure, relaxation, authentic culture, and island romance,” said David Richard, area director of sales for Marriott International. “Whether it’s golfing with immaculate views of Hawaii’s crystal-clear waters, experiencing and learning about Hawaiian culture, or indulging in the culinary flavours of the Islands, our Hawaii resorts offer fun-filled summer experiences for every visitor.”

Looking for mini-adventures that will keep the kids engaged and spark a sense of wonder in their young minds? The Westin Maui Resort & Spa’s Westin Family program offers a kids’ club, photo safaris, net fishing, Wipe-Out Wednesday beach play and other exploration activities.

Hoping to rejuvenate the body and mind? The new Nanea Ritual at Spa Helani, a Heavenly Spa by Westin at The Westin Ka‘anapali Ocean Resort Villas, is designed to create a blissful state of relaxation, or nanea in Hawaiian.

Have a sweet tooth? Indulge in beachside s’mores, island style, at Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa’s beachfront fire pits. Try the local s’mores kit, which comes packed with Island treats like macadamia nut pieces, coconut flakes, li hing mui sugar, bananas, pineapple, and s’more.

Seeking the ultimate underwater adventure? Head to the Sheraton Kona Resort & Spa at Keauhou Bay to dive with the majestic giant manta rays.

Hungry for a truly authentic taste of the Islands? He ‘Aina Ola (A Nourishing Feast), a partnership between The Westin Princeville Ocean Resort Villas and the Waipā Foundation, combines Kauai’s culture and cuisine in a one-of-a-kind farm tour and culinary experience.


(photo courtesy of Starwood Hotels & Resorts)

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