2016 Faces of Hawai‘i
(Special Promotional Section) Learn more about prominent Hawai‘i leaders and businesses in this special-section black-and-white photo essay.
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The Face of
From left to right: Executive Chef Rene Caba and Executive Chef Yuta Anzai
East meets West at the restaurants of The New Otani Kaimana Beach Hotel, with spectacular views overlooking Waikīkī Beach. Whether you’re hungry for a perfect eggs Benedict, the freshest of Island fish or stellar Japanese cuisine, the Hau Tree Lanai and the Miyako restaurants have the local and traditional cuisine you’re looking for. Their ocean-front ambience, too, cannot be beat, with al fresco dining beneath historical hau trees and even private cabanas available to reserve. Don’t miss Miyako’s sake sampler and the seasonal kaiseki menus. At The New Otani Kaimana Beach Hotel, “hospitality is our business, aloha is our style.”
The New Otani Kaimana Beach Hotel, 2863 Kalakaua Avenue, Honolulu, Hau Tree Lanai, (808) 921-7066, Miyako (808) 921-7077, kaimana.com