ResortQuest Hawaii Announces Summer Family Programs
ResortQuest Hawaii announced that its “KeikiQuest Kids Club” summer children’s program will be available to children ages 5 through 12 staying at any of ResortQuest Hawaii’s 8 resorts in Waikiki from June 15 to August 23, 2008. More than just fun in the sun, KeikiQuest Kids Club offers fun daytime activities for children and educates youngsters about Hawaii’s culture, its unique marine and land environments, Hawaiian arts and crafts, and outdoor recreation and discovery, too.
The program will be housed in a specially designated KeikiQuest Kids Club room – located in the Lokahi Room – at the ResortQuest Waikiki Beach Hotel. Daily programs run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and include lunch and a snack as a part of the $50 daily (plus tax) fee per child.
KeikiQuest Kids Club activities are geared to engage children and include a variety of indoor hands-on activities and outdoor experiential excursions scheduled during morning and afternoon sessions. Two favorite activities are hula lessons and shoreline expeditions along Kahala Beach. Some activities even take participants to top island attractions, such as Bishop Museum and its new Science Adventure Center, Waikiki Aquarium and Sea Life Park.
In offering this program, ResortQuest Hawaii partners with Kamaaina Kids, one of Hawaii’s leaders in child daycare and after-school A+ programs. Kamaaina Kids staff, who are certified in First Aid, CPR, and Lifeguard training, run the daily program and activities for ResortQuest Hawaii.
ResortQuest® Hawaii’s is also offering another family-oriented program, "ResortQuest Kids Stay, Play & Eat FREE", giving guests exclusive free offers at nearly 40 leading attractions, restaurants and retailers across Hawaii’s four major islands. The program entitles children to free activities, meals and merchandise when staying at any ResortQuestHawaii property, offering up to a $300 value – when accompanied by one paying adult. In addition, children ages 17 and under stay free when using existing bedding in the same room with their parents at all ResortQuestHawaii properties.
The program provides free admission to top spots, such as Hawaiian Waters Adventure Park on Oahu, Sugar Cane Train on Maui or Atlantis Submarines on the Big Island. They can enjoy free meals at a variety of restaurants, from fast food to sushi, including Sizzler’s on Oahu, Kobe Japanese Steakhouse on Maui, Voyager Grille on Kauai and Denny’s on the Big Island. In addition, children are entitled to complimentary merchandise gift items from Hawaii retailers such as Hilo Hattie. For a complete listing of offers by island, visit www.ResortQuestHawaiiKids.com.
ResortQuest Hawaii operates a diverse choice of condominium resorts and hotels with accommodations that range from hotel rooms and condominium suites to villas and cottages. Based in Honolulu, the company manages 5,000 rooms in 26 properties on the islands of Oahu, Maui, Kauai and Hawaii. For more information, visit www.ResortQuestHawaii.com, call toll free 866-774-2924, or contact your favorite travel agent