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Supporting Maui’s Recovery: Exploring the Island’s Beauty and Rebuilding After Wildfires

Uniting for Recovery: State, Federal, and Local Support Wildfires are a recurring issue in many parts of Hawaii, including Maui, due to factors such as dry weather, strong winds, and the presence of flammable vegetation. Maui’s most recent wildfire created significant impacts on the local communities, particularly the community of Lahaina, in addition to effecting the island’s ecosystems and environment. The devastating Lahaina fire caused the residents to evacuate their...

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Spring Is The Best Time of Year to Visit Hawaii

Why Spring Is The Best Time of Year to Visit Hawaii Spring is undoubtedly the best times of year to visit Hawaii.  Fragrant white pikake and colorful yellow hibiscus flowers take bloom.  To add to natures ambiance is the extra daylight we enjoy in spring.  Additionally, while most of the rest of the nation adjusts their clocks for daylight savings time, we just take the day in stride and lounge...

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Christmas in Hawaii

Christmas in Hawaii was inspired by past blog posts from Megan Shute. Megan is a professional write who resides on Oahu. She compiled photographs from social media that supports Oahu’s local attractions and features Christmas time in Hawaii. Now that Thanksgiving has come and gone, it’s officially the Christmas season. When you think of a traditional holiday season, the Hawaiian Islands are probably the last place to cross your mind....

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Visiting Waikiki on a Budget

Waikiki Budget Accommodations We have hosted thousands of guests visiting Waikiki on a budget.  Our guests value our hospitality, quality and reliability.  From young to retirees, our guests come from a range of cultures and places seeking a budget stay in world famous Waikiki. When you spend a lot of money on travel, you tends to isolate yourself.  Imagine that you are staying at really exclusive resort with a pool,...

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Oahu Vacationers Useful Links

Oahu Vacationers Useful Links You have options while visiting and below are some useful links for Oahu vacationers. Current Weather Conditions Honolulu International Airport Honolulu Bus Information Public Announcements & Events Shuttles & Tours Oahu Hiking Trails National Park Services Phone Numbers The area code for the state of Hawaii is (808). Oahu Visitors Bureau: (808) 524-0722 Marriage License and Civil Unions: (808) 586-4545 Honolulu International Airport Visitor Information: (808) 836-6413 Camping Permits: (808)...

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Oahu Beaches

The biggest surprise about Oahu is how many beautiful beaches there are and how often many are utterly uncrowded if you want to explore outside of Waikiki.  Whether you are trying to discover magical, secluded beaches, or searching for beaches that are bustling with activity, you should consider the island’s geography. Waikiki Beach First is world famous Waikiki Beach which is a short stroll from our properties.  Waikiki Beach is...

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Oahu Visitor’s Guide

Un-Written Rules You Should Know Drive with Aloha. Let cars go in front of you, go slow and give pedestrians the right away. If cars are stopped in front of you for no reason, do NOT switch lanes to continue, assume there is a pedestrian. Our most busy crosswalks have a new pattern that allows all pedestrians to cross at once to include diagonally so DO NOT assume you can...

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Happy Stays Guest Mobile App

The app is not meant to replace meeting us in person but is a fabulous tool to compliment your guest experience.  The app gives you access to your reservation information and guest information from your mobile device. Make reservation payments, check-out from your reservations, and even book future vacations. These are just a small amount of things the Happy Stays Guest Mobile App can do for you! We are regularly adding...

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