Castle Resorts & Hotels is treating families with kids ages 12 and under to a day’s outing at one of O’ahu’s favorite family attractions: Sea Life Park Hawaii.
Through December 31, 2011, families staying at a Castle condominium or hotel in Waikiki can visit popular Sea Life Park Hawaii free of charge when accompanied by a parent paying regular park admission.
When checking in, families receive a coupon for each child that is redeemable for a free child’s admission when presented at Sea Life Park’s ticket office. Park admission includes thrilling Dolphin Cove shows, Hawaiian Ocean Theater shows, Kolohe Kai Sea Lion performances and more, so all ages will enjoy a day there.
The Castle Group, Inc. manages resort accommodations ranging from hotel guest rooms to condominium suites and villas in the Hawaiian Islands of Maui, Molokai, Kauai and Hawaii.
These hotels are good value, too, as each has spacious accommodations. Many have their own kitchens or kitchenettes to help you save on meals out.
In addition to its Sea Life Park free kids offer, Castle is offering a variety of savings on accommodations at its Hawaii properties for stays through March 31, 2011. Here are two on Oahu, an island that is chock full of great Hawaii family activities.
At the Lotus at Diamond Head, an intimate boutique hotel located steps away from the beach, you can find discounted rooms from $185 per night.
At the Waikiki Shore, the only beachfront condominium located on Waikiki Beach, park view studios sleeping four with kitchenettes and washers/dryers are renting for only $206 per night.
Full details on Castle’s free kids program at Sea Life Park and its current promotions are available at Castle Resorts.com.
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