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If you're an #orchestra lover, you can't leave without hearing our own Hawaii Symphony Orchestra.
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Got a thing for #Gershwin? So do we. We are going to this concert. #Beethoven will be there, too. :)
Saturday 8:00pm, April 26, 2014. Sunday 4:00pm, April 27, 2014. Blaisdell Concert Hall. Maximiano Valdés, conductor. Sara Davis Buechner, piano. Ravel - Alborada del gracioso. Gershwin - Piano Concerto Beethoven - Symphony No. 3, “Eroica”. Concert Conversations will take place in the hall ...
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Feel every emotion in this awesome #opera.
Hawaii Opera Theatre Pagliacci - March 2014. The drama you are about to experience is a tale of truth, both in the ecstasy of love and the brutality of rage
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We can't think of a better place to do some personal and professional growth than #Hawaii. Here for the ACA event? Be our guest.
Keynote Speakers. Morgan Spurlock, Academy Award-Nominated Director of Super Size Me and Documentary Filmmaker Friday, March 28, 2014 8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.. Morgan Spurlock is an award-winning writer, director, and producer best known for his immersive explorations of the social issues that ...
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When dreaming of #yourbigday, add this to the wishlist: a Floating #Wedding. Ask us for details.
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Our local Windward Choral Society has been chosen to sing with "Chorus Without Borders" for a benefit concert for the tsunami devastation in North-East Japan on 02/13! Come enjoy Beethoven's 9th Symphony with full orchestra on deck!
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The fun, family show "Auntie Martha and the Nene(Goose)" is at the Tenney Theater in #Honolulu Saturdays through 02/01! Kids of all ages will enjoy this story filled with laughs!
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We've got romance down: massage, wine and private dock dining are what make us so lovable.
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#Honolulu meets #anime in the #Kawaii Kon! Come back here + "geek" out on our flat-screen TVs. http://bit.ly/1ei1HAV
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On the #island for the #Hawaii State Science and Engineering Fair? Stay with us + ramp up on spiritual smarts. http://bit.ly/1j2xrK6
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Come out and celebrate #Hawaii! The 20th Annual Honolulu Festival is 03/07-03/09 at the Hawaii Convention Center with aboriginal dancers, cultural demonstrations, and more!
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You and your pooch won't want to miss the Valen-Tails Family 3K Fun Run and Expo coming to the Aloha Stadium 02/08! After the run, enjoy local food, unique crafts, contest and more! !
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47-039 Lihikai Dr Kaneohe, HI 96744
47-039 Lihikai DriveUSHawaiiKaneohe96744
(808) 239-5711paradisebayresort.com
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Visit Paradise on the Tropical Windward Coast of Oahu and experience the ultimate, True Hawaii Vacation. Enhance your Oahu, Hawaii vacation by staying at Paradise Bay Resort, nestled in a stunning natural setting and offering breathtaking mountain and bay views. We offer many onsite activities, including kayaking, fishing, snorkeling, guided eco tours, and kite boarding. And we’re within close proximity of golf courses, botanical gardens, state parks and temples. Visit Paradise Bay Resort Hawaii.
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Bayside resort featuring island-influenced suites & cottages, plus a pool, yoga & water sports.- Google
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Betheni Keanaaina
3 weeks ago
Although the location of this place is off putting when you drive through a poorly taken care of neighborhood, I'd have to say that the friendly staff and accommodations they help with makes up for it. Granted me and my family had to change rooms 3 times to finally find a suitable room that didn't have see through curtains in the bedroom, cracks in separating doors that you could see into the next room, or chipped bathtubs. They do have WiFi problems (which they are working on fixing) that they should have mentioned as soon as I was checking in. There aren't many restaurants here, and not much to do on this side of the island but I'd highly recommend eating at Maria Bonita's of you are in the mood for Mexican food. Even though I had to move to different rooms this last room definitely makes me feel like I am getting my money's worth and has an amazing view. To get the full experience of this place use everything they have to offer we absolutely loved the kayaks, snorkeling, SUP boards, yoga classes when offered, and everything else. The jacuzzi is nice, and the pool is a decent size with more than enough seating and lounging areas. I'd like to give this place 4-5 stars but first impressions are too hard to knock, if some small renovations were taken care of, this place would be amazing. I would suggest they offer more activities or promote local businesses (food places or offer group outdoor hiking excursions) and this place would be perfect with a small bar by the pool or just having a bar in general, nothing too fancy. In most secluded places like this, a bar would be a great selling point because there aren't much establishments around that serve alcohol.
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Alyssa Barnett
a month ago
Everyone is nice, kind and welcoming! The housekeeper we had was very, very nice and made us some earrings! The view is beautiful, mountains and baby blue water was all you could see. The area is really calm, no problem on that. So all in all, best place I've ever stayed at!
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Frank Pace
a year ago
Absolute diamond in the rough! Beautiful, charming and family friendly resort nestled in the heart of windward Oahu. The resort offers plenty of free and low cost activities on Kaneohe Bay, their complimentary breakfast is good and will save you some money during your stay. My only critical suggestions would be to lower the price of rhe Wednesday night dinner ($25 a head is a bit steep) and to consider offering a nightly happy hour with live music.
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Bennet Yee
a year ago
A nice, quiet, less expensive, and friendly place on the windward shore of Oahu. Parts of the resort looks like a converted apartment building, but that's probably why it's less expensive than the higher end stuff at Waikiki. There was a kitchen with dishes and pans etc but we didn't make much use of it. You'll probably want to have a car, since other than using the resort's kayaks from their own launch there isn't that much to do within walking distance. It's a short drive, however, to boat excursions from Kaneohe bay---and they will pick you up---or beaches at Kailua bay. We had a wonderful time staying here.
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Don Thompson
3 weeks ago
As soon as we made a left turn on to Lihikai Drive, I knew we had made a mistake. This is a run-down neighborhood with junk cars parked in the yard and what appeared to be a junkyard very close to the "resort". Definitely not appealing to the eye. We showed up at 2 p.m. but were told that our room would not be ready until 3 p.m. At most places, that would not be a problem, but here there is absolutely nothing to do. There is no restaurant, no bar, no beach to walk on. The front desk suggested parking down below to be closer to our room. That was scary. The ramp/driveway leading down to the lower level was about a 45 degree slope with one of the rooms right at the bottom. If anyone has brake problems, they would not be able to avoid hitting it. When we got our room key, we went inside and unpacked for our 2 night stay. I decided to get some ice, but couldn't find an ice bucket, so I went to the front desk. They told me it should be under the sink, but gave me a ziploc bag just in case. I filled the bag with ice and headed back to the room. Sure enough, there was an ice bucket under the sink...right behind the trash can. Ewww! Looking around the room, I noticed Shoddy workmanship throughout. Whoever painted the door trim in the bathroom slopped paint on to the light switch. The tile job in the shower was awful and floor of the shower was stained. There was no bathtub, just a plastic-floored shower. The window-mounted air conditioner and refrigerator were both old and very noisy... so much so, that it was difficult to sleep. About 3 a.m., it cooled down enough so I turned off the A.C. So for about 5 minutes it was quiet, then the fridge kicked in. Shortly afterwards around 3:15 (no exaggeration), roosters started crowing. My wife and I just started laughing in disbelief of this horrible place. I knew then that a second night was not possible. After breakfast, which was just OK, I told the front desk that I want to cancel our reservation for the evening and explained the noise issues. They said that management would need to approve the cancellation. I later got a call asking for more details. Really! Do they actually disapprove some requests! This place is the furthest thing from a resort that I can imagine. I've stayed at Holiday Inns and Super 8 motels that are more luxurious. The only thing I thought resembled a resort was the price. We had a waterfront cottage (again no beach) at the kama'aina rate of $412 per night. That includes the $25 resort fee, taxes, etc. I could not recommend this place to anyone other than those that I really dislike. Stay away, go to Turtle Bay, the Kahala Hotel, or do what we should have done... Stay home!
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Jim French
a month ago
I had only a one night stay. The staff was great and the room was clean. I was surprised to see several cats and roosters walking around.
John Smith
a year ago
Great place for a family to stay at. They went out of there way to take care of us and make a room available even though we did not have a reservation
Susan Novotny
3 years ago
This resort is a best kept secret. The atmosphere is very Hawaiian and the folks running the place are very friendly and customer oriented. The quiet setting made for a pleasant stay and the free amenities were a bonus (breakfast, equipment such as kayaks, etc.),