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Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel celebrates 20th anniversary


Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel is marking its 20th anniversary this summer.

As a special mahalo to island residents, the hotel is offering exclusive promotions including extra value to its popular kamaaina package for the Festival of Aloha weekend, Sept. 19 – 21, 2014.

“Over the past 20 years, Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel has thrived as a kamaaina favorite due to its unbeatable location, exceptional facilities and genuine service,” said Tom Cross, hotel manager at Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel. “We’re grateful for the continued support provided by the local community and look forward to celebrating this milestone with our valued employees, guests and extended ohana.”

Mauna Kea Resort’s 3rd Annual Festival of Aloha is Sunday, Sept. 21 from 9:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. at Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel’s courtyard and ballroom.

The family friendly event is free, open to the public and will feature live entertainment, Hawaiian craft vendors, food booths and more.

The theme of this year’s Festival of Aloha is He olino leo ka ke aloha or “joyousness is in the voice of love.”

Food booths will feature Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel Executive Chef Peter Abarcar Jr.’s famous Hawaiian plates as well as delicious offerings from Mauna Kea Beach Hotel Executive Chef Hans Lentz and his team.

Attendees are encouraged to bring canned food donations to benefit Hawaii Island Food Basket.

Opened in 1994, the Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel is Hawaii Island’s only all-ocean-facing resort with 350 rooms—the largest rooms on the Kohala Coast at 600 sq. feet or more—all facing the stunning Hapuna Beach.

The recently refreshed property shares 1,839 acres of oceanfront paradise with the legendary Mauna Kea Beach Hotel and is home to the famed 8,000 square-foot freestanding Hapuna Villa, the largest resort villa on the island.

Dining options include Coast Grille, the hotel’s signature restaurant featuring the freshest products and produce from the on-property garden and around the island.

Designed by Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay, the popular links-style Hapuna Golf Course begins at sea level and rises to 700 feet nestled in the rugged desert terrain of the Kohala Coast.

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