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.