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September 9, 2009updated Feb 07, 2013

Oahu’s Kahala Hotel & Resort Goes Pink For Charity

By Pardhasaradhi Gonuguntla

HONOLULU, HI – The Kahala Hotel & Resort rolls out the
pink carpet this fall in support of breast cancer awareness. While there are
other great causes focused on breast cancer awareness, treatment and
research, The Kahala’s support with a portion of the proceeds from their Pink
Spa Break room package, Wahine Pu’uwai spa treatment, and Think Pink tea
treats and desserts will focus on the great work being done at the Kapi’olani
Women’s Ambulatory Cancer Center, the state’s first comprehensive cancer
center committed to the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer.

Kahala Pink Spa Break
Book three nights with this package, and receive one complimentary signature
massage of your choice. Nightly rates start at $475. Valid for stays from
now through December 20.

Wahine Pu’uwai – The Heart of a Woman
Inspired by the rare Pele’s Slipper orchid, the exclusive Wahine Pu’uwai
treatment follows the flow of energy through the heart and utilizes the
orchid’s flower essence, releasing emotional toxins and tension. The
90-minute treatment begins with a traditional hot stone and ti leaf foot wrap
and massage to draw out toxins, followed by a wild lehua honey scrub. The
treatment concludes with a full body lomi lomi massage, using the sweet
fragrant Pele’s Slipper Orchid and Wild Azalea flower essence. Available
throughout September and October; $280 per person plus tax and gratuity.

Think Pink Tea Treats and Desserts
Throughout October, The Veranda offers afternoon tea treats and sandwiches in
pink, including a shrimp and cranberry chutney sandwich or a roasted beets
and goat cheese sandwich. The Plumeria Beach House will feature a Strawberry
Pavlova dessert, and Hoku’s will highlight a Raspberry Opera, an almond
sponge cake layered with raspberry cream and chocolate served with milk
chocolate sauce and raspberry sorbet.

“The Kahala is honored to help raise awareness and funds for local breast
cancer patients and the Kapi’olani Women’s Ambulatory Cancer Center, a
remarkable women’s center that provides quality treatment and comfort to
those who need it most,” said Thomas Pauly, general manager of The Kahala.

– About The Kahala –

With 338 guestrooms, The Kahala Hotel & Resort is an exclusive oceanfront
destination resort known for its impeccable service and hospitality. Just
minutes from Waikiki, yet offering the peace and serenity of a neighbor
island experience, The Kahala has been Honolulu’s social address for weddings
and gatherings since its opening in 1964. Captains of industry and celebrity
guests continue to call The Kahala their home-away-from-home in Hawai’i.

The Kahala has five restaurants including the award-winning Hoku’s, a spa,
and a lagoon that is home to six Atlantic bottlenose dolphins. The resort is
a member of The Leading Hotels of the World and Preferred Hotels & Resorts,
and is long recognized internationally as an icon among legendary resorts.
In 2009, The Kahala celebrated 45 years as one of Hawaii’s top resort

For more information, please contact The Kahala Hotel & Resort at (808)
739-8888 or toll-free at (800) 367-2525; or visit their website at

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