Anniversary Package at Moana Surfrider in Waikiki

Been waiting for an excuse to stay at the Moana Surfrider in Waikiki? How about getting a $115 room rate?

Well this great deal is only available after staying at least four nights (most likely with a room rate north of $400), but yes, you can stay here for $115. To sweeten the deal, the property for guests who book this package, they will receive a $115 resort credit (applicable toward dining or spa services). Is this a good deal? Absolutely.

What Else To Expect

During the birthday month enjoy a beach house birthday dinner special of $115 for dinner for two that includes baby romaine Caesar salad and a wagyu tomahawk steak with the choice of two side dishes. Over at the Beach Bar, enjoy the new drink, “Ode to 1989,” a toast to the year the Moana Surfrider reopened after a massive project that restored the First Lady of Waikiki to her original luster and grandeur. The cocktail is $12 at the Beach Bar and is similar to Moana Sands, a signature cocktail that was served back in 1989 when the hotel reopened.

A nostalgic concert that will hearken back to a magnificent, glorious opening day more than a century ago, is one of the major events being planned for the Moana Surfrider, Don’t miss a Westin Resort & Spa’s 115th anniversary celebration on Friday, March 11. On that day, the First Lady of Waikiki will stage two events – one under the stars, and the other – a concert – under the famed banyan tree that will benefit several Hawaii non-profit organizations.

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Mimi Towle

Mimi Towle has been the editor of Marin Magazine for over a decade. She lived with her family in Sycamore Park and Strawberry and thoroughly enjoyed raising two daughters in the mayhem of Marin’s youth sports; soccer, swim, volleyball, ballet, hip hop, gymnastics and many many hours spent at Miwok Stables. Her community involvements include volunteering at her daughter’s schools, coaching soccer and volleyball (glorified snack mom), being on the board of both Richardson Bay Audubon Center. Currently residing on a floating home in Sausalito, she enjoys all water activity, including learning how to steer a 6-person canoe for the Tamalpais Outrigger Canoe Club. Born and raised in Hawaii, her fondness for the islands has on occasion made its way into the pages of the magazine.