Archive for May 2014

Waikiki Calendar: May – June 2014

MELE MEI Throughout May Mele Mei is a celebration of Hawai‘i’s music, language and culture. Events are held across the state throughout the month of May. Highlights include performances throughout Waikiki culminating in the Na Hoku Hanohano Music Festival and… More >

Dining at Bill’s

Q&A and coffee with Bill Granger of bills Sydney Sit down for a charming meal with friends at bills Sydney, where the sunny, surfside food of Sydney meets Waikiki’s international vibe. Bill Granger, amiable Australian restaurateur and food writer, creates… More >

Love Your Locks

First-timers to Hawai‘i are well aware of the havoc too much sun exposure can have on their skin, but forget that their hair is equally at risk. A combination of UVA and UVB exposure, pool chlorine and ocean salinity can… More >

Off the Beaten Path: Hula Aloha

The employees of the Hyatt Regency Waikiki share the aloha spirit with visitors through service, and even dance. The Hawaii State Legislature attempted to define “Aloha Spirit” with the passage of a law acknowledging it as the “working philosophy of… More >

In the Know

Get the inside track on what to see and do straight from the experts—the concierges working in Waikiki. Frank Hernandez Chef Concierge, Les Clefs d’Or Halekulani Years working in Waikiki: 12 Three words that describe Waikiki: Engaged, colorful and metropolitan…. More >

The Waikiki Insider

Mother’s Day and Father’s Day are the perfect excuses to check out great new restaurants in Waikiki. Here is a short list of some of the newer dining establishments in Waikiki that have quickly become some of my favorites. Park… More >

Waikiki Queen

Q&A with Miss Waikiki, KaŹ»iulani Carr Honored to claim the coveted Miss Waikiki 2014 crown, Ka‘iulani Carr is equally enthusiastic to welcome visitors with aloha to Waikiki—the place she performed her first hula. What does being Miss Waikiki mean to… More >

Sweet Thing

From the nectar of flowers, honey does more than sweeten food and beverages—it also sweetens scents, and because it moisturizes and softens, honey can also be found in a variety of beauty products from shampoos to masks.

Get Cheeky

A touch of blush brightens up the face for a fresh spring look.

Black Out

Deep clean pores with these charcoal-based products that draw out dirt and oil from the skin—a clean slate for your face.

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