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Hawai‘i Tourism Oceania and Hawaiian Islands delegates to attend Get Global 2019

Hawai‘i’s regional tourism board has confirmed it will be heading to Get Global 2019 with key delegates from the Hawaiian Islands.

Hawai‘i Tourism Oceania’s delegation will include Australian-based representatives from the board, along with representatives from the following:

Prince Resorts Hawaii

Prince Resorts Hawaii is the premier family of luxury resorts in the islands, where guests can experience the renowned hospitality and warm island spirit that are the cornerstones of every Prince Hotel.

Westin Hapuna

Prince Resorts Hawaii has three luxury hotels and three championship golf courses in Hawai‘i: The Prince Waikiki on the island of O‘ahu; The Westin Hapuna Beach Resort (pictured above) and Mauna Kea Beach Hotel, Autograph Collection on the Kohala Coast of the Island of Hawai‘i.

Alohilani Resort Waikīkī Beach

Officially unveiled in May 2018, Alohilani Resort Waikīkī Beach is a cosmopolitan jewel presiding over the most famous shoreline in the world.

Alohilani Resort Waikīkī Beach

Alohilani Resort has been transformed through a $125 million redevelopment into a four-and-a-half-star resort that pays homage to Hawaii’s rich cultural heritage.

Groups, gatherings and celebrations of all sizes and types have access to nearly 1,900 square metres of revitalised meeting and event space across a variety of indoor and outdoor possibilities.

Current Affairs Hawai‘i

With 35 years of experience in event production throughout Hawaii, Current Affairs has developed a well-earned reputation for exquisite taste, unrivalled creativity and immaculate attention to detail.

Current Affairs Hawai‘i

Current Affairs’ services include party design and décor, entertainment, lighting and sound, stage management, event production, food and beverage catering, and off-premise selection.

Hawaiian Airlines

Hawaiian Airlines flies daily from Sydney and three times weekly from Brisbane to Honolulu, with connections to Hawaii’s neighbour islands and 13 mainland US cities.

Hawaiian Airlines Dreamliner

Fares from Australia include a free checked baggage allowance of 64 kilograms per person (two 32 kilogram bags), complimentary meals, drinks and entertainment.

Special group rates and incentives are available via Hawaiian Airlines’ local groups reservation team including one FOC ticket for every 20 passengers booked.

Kris Phadungkiatipong, MICE and trade relationships manager at Hawai‘i Tourism Oceania, said Get Global was a great opportunity for delegates from the Hawaiian Islands to network with Aussies interested in meetings, conferences, incentives and events.

“The delegates joining us from the Hawaiian Islands each have years of experience in the MICE industry and are looking to build strong connections in the Australian market,” he said.

“Many of our partners have exciting updates on their product offerings in 2019, making Get Global a great opportunity to provide the latest information about the world-class facilities available in Hawai‘i.”

Visitors to the Meet Hawai‘i zone at Get Global 2019 will have the opportunity to network with the suppliers from the Hawaiian Islands and receive an exclusive Meet Hawai‘i destination pack.

Those after more info can contact Hawai‘i Tourism Oceania at groups@hawaiitourism.com.au.

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