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Kamaaina Deals

Hawaii hotels' pain is your gain.


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Hawaii’s tourism industry wrapped up 2008 on a sour note, with hotel occupancy rates dropping to barely 50 percent. But as with any kind of terrible news, there’s a silver lining for kamaaina: deep discounts on rooms, as much as half off the regular rate or more, and perks such as free breakfast. Here are a few of the deals on offer for locals:

JW Marriott Ihilani Resort & Spa

Normal rate: $485 
Kamaaina rate: $199
92-1001 Olani Street, www.ihilani.com, 679-0079.

 

The Royal Hawaiian

Normal rate: $560 
Kamaaina rate:$290 garden view, $330 oceanfront
2259 Kalakaua Ave., www.royal-hawaiian.com, 923-7311, use booking code: KAMVIP.

 

Moana Surfrider, A Westin Resort & Spa

Normal rate: $460
Kamaaina rate: $189
2365 Kalakaua Avenue, www.moana-surfrider.com, 922-3111.

 

Sheraton Waikiki Resort

Normal rate: $380 
Kamaaina rate:$159
2255 Kalaaua Ave, www.sheraton-waikiki.com, 922-4422.

 

Turtle Bay Resort

Normal rate: $440 
Kamaaina rate:$199 for a 1-year Escape Club membership, which includes a complimentary 1-night stay and members-only discounts.
57-091 Kamehameha Highway, www.TurtleBayEscapeClub.com, 800-203-3650.

Hilton Hawaiian Village Resort

Normal rate: $219 
Kamaaina rate: $149 Sunday
through Thursday; $165 Friday
and Saturday
2005 Kalia Road, www.hiltonhawaiianvillage.com, 949-4321, ask for rate code P3.

 

Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort & Spa

Normal rate: $349 
Kamaaina rate: $119
2552 Kalakaua Avenue, www.marriotthawaii.com, 922-6611.

 

Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort & Spa

Normal rate: $425 
Kamaaina rate: $159
69-275 Waikoloa Beach Drive, Hawaii, www.marriotthawaii.com, (808) 886-6789.

 

Wailea Beach Marriott Resort & Spa

Normal rate: $425
Kamaaina rate: $199
3700 Wailea Alanui, Maui, www.marriotthawaii.com, (808) 879-1922.
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Waikiki Parc

Normal rate: $425 
Kamaaina rate: $159
2233 Helumoa Road, www.waikikiparc.com, 921-7272.

Related article: Kamaaina Summer Discounts

 

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