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Appropriately named "The Gathering Place," Oahu is the exciting center of the Aloha state. Famous Waikiki Beach, the heart of the island and a world class resort area, offers outstanding dining, entertainment, shopping, attractions and hotel accommodations to fit any budget. Down the shore from Waikiki Beach is one of the most recognizable landmarks in Hawaii, Diamond Head. This extinct volcano cr ... Read Full Description

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Turtle Bay Resort
Destination: Oahu Hawaii
Hotel Rating: 4.0 Stars

What to expect: Pool deck construction is tentatively scheduled for September 7, 2004 for about seven weeks (concrete deck to be re-surfaced with quartz-stone tile). The main pool will be drained at this time. Additionally, the stairs from the lobby to the pool will be prepped for installation of the same style stone. However, one side will be completed at a time, to allow access to the slide pool, which will remain open.

Set amid five miles of shoreline, five secluded coves and bays, and five walking/jogging trails, this 880-acre resort encapsulates the North Shore's natural beauty. Adjacent to the hotel's east side is Kuilima Cove, protected by a reef from ocean swells for prime snorkeling and swimming. About one-half mile farther east is a natural, calm, saltwater pool called Keiki (Children's) Pool. Adjacent to the hotel's west side is Turtle Bay, site of surfing tournaments that are announced from a platform next to the hotel's swimming pool. About one-half mile farther west is picturesque Kawela Bay, another prime, reef-protected swimming/snorkeling spot. A World War II concrete bunker still stands at the tip of the bay's eastern point.

Amenity highlights: The hotel's two-level pool complex has an extra-large pool, two secluded hot tubs, a children's pool, and a 79-foot water slide into an upper-level pool. A lawn between the pool complex and the ocean has wood ocean-liner-type lounge chairs for enjoying the sun and the Pacific's majesty.

Insider tip: Though it can't be seen, only imagined, there is an underwater canyon in front of the resort that humpback whales follow when returning to their summer home in Alaska after wintering in Hawaii. A Honolulu newspaper rated the resort as one of the 10 best whale-watching places on Oahu.

Property Amenities:
Pool deck construction is tentatively scheduled for September 7, 2004 for about seven weeks (concrete deck to be re-surfaced with quartz-stone tile). The main pool will be drained at this time.
Additionally, the stairs from the lobby to the pool will be prepped for installation of the same style stone. However, one side will be completed at a time, to allow access to the slide pool, which will remain open.

Opened in the 1970s, Turtle Bay supplies spaciousness and graciousness, which was enhanced by the hotel's $60-million renovation, completed in early 2003. A long window-wall in the airy, light-filled, flagstone lobby overlooks Kuilima Cove and, in the background, Kahuku Point, Oahu's northernmost tip, can be seen. Plush couches and chairs provide seating for vista views. The hotel consists of 442 rooms in three seven-floor wings. As part of the renovation, a health-and-beauty spa was created that offers massage, body, and facial treatments as well as hair and nail care. For children's activities, the hotel provides the Keiki Turtle Club and an arcade/game room. A business center includes high-speed Internet access. The level below the lobby contains shops and stores.

Rooms:
This resort hotel, refurbished in 2002–2003, has 442 rooms in three 7-floor wings. Rooms are 489 square feet and feature island-style dark-wood furniture, marble vanities, and soft white duvets. Amenities include high-speed Internet access, video game consoles, and refrigerators.

Room Amenities:
Internet access - high speed
Cable/satellite TV

Pay movies
Video-game console

Non-smoking rooms
Air conditioning

Refrigerator
Coffee/tea maker

Internet access - dial-up
Voice mail

Multi-line phone
Hair dryer

Iron/ironing board
In-room safe

Wheelchair accessible
Clock radio

Cribs available

Dining:
21° North - The hotel's fine dinner restaurant, 21° North, features Hawaiian-Asian cuisine and views of Turtle Bay.

Palm Terrace - Breakfast, lunch, and dinner buffets are served daily in this casual restaurant, along with off-the-menu selections.

The Sunset Room - This is the site of the hotel's lavish Sunday brunch.













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