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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 Drive Kaneohe, HI 96744, United States
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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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!
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.),
A Google User
3 years ago
Everything was wonderful. This was a last minute get away and just what I needed. The hotel is only about half an hour from Honolulu airport, but feels a million miles away from the crowds of Waikiki. The property has recently been renovated, and my room was very nice, spacious and clean. I had a kitchenette that was adequate for cooking simple meals and keeping the wine chilled. There were kayaks and paddle boards available free of charge, and a boat excursion to the coral reef for snorkeling that was also free and a lot of fun. The pool and hot tub aren't huge, but the set up is nice with lots of lounging chairs and shade for when it gets too sunny. The staff were very pleasant and made some good suggestions about things to see. The breakfast was adequate, I ended up buying some papayas from the farmers market and had those on the balcony every morning, but got coffee (it was good coffee, too) from the buffet. It looked like there were breads and some fruit, but nothing hot. You definitely need a car - there are some tremendous beaches to the north and south, but not within walking distance. There is a supermarket a short drive away, and a really good food truck about a 10 minute walk from the hotel. Get directions to the hotel before you arrive, it can be a little tricky to find it and Hawaii isn't much for signage in general. It's in a residential neighborhood and expect to see chickens, cats and dogs roaming the street. This is definitely a place for those who are looking for a quiet and relaxing trip, or just to decompress. I didn't hear any noise after about 10 and most people seemed up and out by 8 or 9. There is a lot to do on the windward side of the island, and during the week you can have many of the beaches to yourself. This is a place for travelers who are looking for an experience outside of the traditional, all-inclusive resort that you expect on Oahu. However, it's still a small island and within an hour you could probably get to anywhere else, if you wanted to!
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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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antonio marques
a year ago
GREAT HOTEL , FANTASTIC STAY HERE! ITS ABOUT THE FEELING AND NOTHING ELSE! THANKS!
A Google User
3 years ago
This might just be Oahu's best kept lodging secret. Just north of Kailua, this place is as tranquil as it gets for Honolulu. It's in a small community that feels far, far away from bustling Waikiki, but it's really only a half-hour away. It's set right on a bay with outstanding views of the water, mountains and Chinaman's Hat. The rooms are super clean and simple, and ours had a full refrigerator (no mini bar, hooray!), a sink, plenty of closets, two double beds and our own outdoor porch overlooking the bay. Pure bliss. There's free Wi-Fi throughout the place, free parking and a free continental breakfast with yogurt, amazing pineapple slices, incredible coffee, bagels, waffles and juice. There's also an extremely cool boat excursion on Saturdays that takes guests out to snorkel at a sunken sand bar, for free. You can't beat it. The captains were hilarious and we had an amazing time. You can also take stand-up paddleboards and kayaks out onto the bay for free if you reserve them. Don't be scared to try the paddleboard -- if the water's calm it's super easy! There is a pool and hot tub on-site, as well as laundry facilities at very reasonable rates. Housekeeping will even wash, dry and fold a whole load for you for $8. Most Waikiki hotels charge $3-$4 per piece of clothing. The staff couldn't have possibly be any kinder, and we really felt welcome and at home here. It's a great place to stay to visit all of the amazing hikes and views on East Oahu and the North Shore, but you can easily drive into Honolulu if that's your thing. We will absolutely return!
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