Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort & Spa is home to the Pāʻina Lūʻau Waikīkī, a celebration of Waikīkī’s rich history and culture through original music and dance performances every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday from 5 to 8 p.m.
Hawai‘i residents can receive a 20% kama‘āina discount by entering the code “kama” at checkout. Pāʻina Waikīkī guests can also plan to hit the beach or shop in Waikīkī with complimentary 6-hour self-parking included with validation.
Our ʻOhana Club loyalty program is completely FREE to join and provides kamaʻāina with 20% off our regular rates, plus exclusive offers at the center our Hukilau Marketplace. And, members get free entry to special events like concerts and more.
For more details and to join visit us at www.PCCOhana.com.
*Must have valid Hawaiʻi ID to join. Center is closed on Sundays and Wednesdays.
Waikiki Beach Walk is a vibrant shopping, dining, and entertainment district on Lewers Street in Waikīkī. The center is one of Hawai‘i’s most delightful boutique shopping experiences with locally made products, award-winning restaurants, nightlife, and world-renowned Hawaiian entertainment performing live throughout the week.
Waikiki Beach Walk an enchanting slice of Hawai‘i life, popular with both visitors and residents, receive free parking from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. every single day, with a $10 minimum purchase.
Offer valid with the purchase of (2) entrees. Offer not valid with other promotions or prime time. Appetizer value is $22. (1) complimentary appetizer per table. Please mention HVCB Kamaʻāina Special to receive the offer.
Our steaks are selected from the top 2% of the country’s beef and served sizzling hot. Our menu features the finest USDA Prime steaks, fresh island seafood, a variety of appetizers, side dishes and desserts.
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