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Sheraton heats up with ‘Hot Time in Hawaii’ package


Sheraton Keauhou Bay Resort & Spa announces “Hot Time in Hawaii,” its newest package for guests of the oceanfront Kona coast resort.

“Hot Time in Hawaii” highlights one of Hawaii’s most unique activities for adventurers – the option to see sizzling red hot lava by land or sea as it flows in to the Pacific Ocean.

Take a day trip to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park – Sheraton Keauhou Bay is the nearest resort to park, which is an International Biosphere Reserve and Hawaii’s only World Heritage Site.

Once in the park, hike in to the Thurston Lava Tube, stop at scenic outlooks along the Crater Rim drive, peer in to the smoldering caldera, and picnic in a rain forest while enjoying a Sheraton Keauhou power-packed box lunch for two.

Then meet up late in the day with the folks from C Big Island for a thrilling Lava Boat nighttime tour to really feel the heat as lava pours in to the ocean.

For guests preferring to let someone else do the driving, there is the option for guided trips to the Volcano with pickup at Sheraton Keauhou Bay for an all-day tour that includes 4-wheel-drive excursions to green and black sand beaches and a nighttime hike or lava boat tour. Combo tours are also available.

Sheraton Keauhou Bay provides guests the necessary information so that they may work directly with C Big Island Tours to create their own perfect “Hot Time in Hawaii” excursion.

“Hot Time in Hawaii” includes ocean view accommodations in one of Sheraton Keauhou Bay’s newly refreshed guest rooms, two complimentary steaming hot cups of Mama’s 100% Kona Coffee from Keauhou Bay Coffee Co. each morning, one power-packed box lunch for two on day of choice and two complimentary Lava Flow cocktails from Crystal Blue Terrace each evening.

Rates begin at just $204 per night, double occupancy ocean view (plus applicable taxes and daily $15 Resort Charge which includes in-room internet, self-parking, Keauhou Trolley service and more). Package requires a three-night minimum stay. Request rate plan LAVAPKG.

Package subject to availability and blackout dates including Sept. 15-16 and Oct.5-10. Valid through Dec. 20, 2011.

* Note: National Park entry fee $10 per vehicle. Guided lava boat tour rates begin at $150 per person. Health and age restrictions apply to all tours. Tours subject to cancellation due to unfavorable weather or lava flow conditions and minimum bookings.

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