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IMPERIAL NEWS

POOL DECK CONSTRUCTION

Please be advised that The Imperial Hawaii Resort will be undergoing a re-surfacing project on the pool deck, commencing April 4, 2016. The Pool and Pool Deck will be closed during the project. The project is estimated to take 8 weeks to complete. The pool deck area will also include fresh paint to complete the new look. Guests may experience noise that may be caused by the re-surfacing project. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause to our owners and guests during this time.

We are excited to re-open the pool deck with this new look for our guests to enjoy. Our tentative completion time for this project is estimated to be within the first week of June 2016. Again, we apologize for any inconvenience. Thank you for your understanding.


IMPERIAL TOTE BAGS

We now have Imperial Hawaii Resort tote bags for sale! They are $8.00 + tax (plus shipping and handling). We are selling them in 3 different colors to suit your style: Black, Red and Blue. Call us at 1-808-923-1827 to get yours today!

 

 


WAIKIKI EVENTS - MAY 2016

CHAKA KHAN IN CONCERT

May 4, 5, 7, & 8, 2016

The 10-time Grammy winner known as the Queen of Funk is coming to town. Kahn, who has the rare ability to sing in seven music genres, including R&B, pop, rock, gospel, country, world music and classical will be presenting a series of concerts at Blue Note Hawaii.  Nightly at 6:30pm and 9pm.  Tickets $75-$125.  

CHEECH AND CHONG IN CONCERT

May 5, 2016

After 25 years the iconic comedians are back on tour one can only imagine what the years have done to their sense of humor.  The world has changed since they last were on the road.  Marijuana is now legal in many places for medical purposes and Chong spent several years in prison with a well-known cell mate, best known for writing The Wolf of Wall Street.  The comedic possibilities are endless.  $61-$136. Hawaii Theatre.

MAY DAY LEI COMPETITION

May 7, 2016

PCC hosts its annual May Day Lei competition at the Hukilau Marketplace.  Everyone is invited.  There will be lei making workshops, live entertainment, quilting and ukulele demonstrations and a silent auction.  Event starts at 2pm.  Awards ceremony starts at 6:30pm.  Polynesian Cultural Center.

LADIES OF THE 80’S

May 7, 2016

It’s time for the 9th annual, Ladies of the 80s Mother’s Day Concert.  Join Salt N Pepa, Spinderella, Sweet Sensation and En Vogue for this special flashback concert event.  Tickets $55-$125.  7pm.

SHANE KOYCZAN

May 11, 2016 

This internationally recognized author and spoken word artist creates poetry that belongs to the people and speaks to them in their own voice.  Shane performs in multiple mediums and is known for his powerful performances that has brought audiences to their feet around the world.  Hawaii Theatre.  7:0pm. $7-$27.

WORLD FIRE KNIFE CHAMPIONSHIP

May 12-14, 2016

Some of the world’s best fire knife dancers come together for three fiery nights of competition, bringing with them awe and gasps of amazement from onlookers.  One of the most exciting cultural competitions visitors can see all year long.  Polynesian Cultural center.

TOWER OF POWER

May 14, 2016

This popular band known for their “urban soul music” has been entertaining audiences around the world for over 50 years.  $55 each.  Blaisdell Arena.  8pm.

FILIPINO FIESTA

May 14, 2016

A week of events celebrating all that is Filipino comes to colorful end with a parade through Waikiki starting at Fort DeRussy at 9am., Culminating at Kapiolani Park where various food and cultural booths will be set-up showcasing Filipino products ranging from food, artifacts and more.  There will be non-stop entertainment, keiki activities and special guest artists.  10am-5pm.  Kapiolani Park Bandstand. 

SUPER GARAGE SALE

May 14, 2016

Don’t miss your chance to shop this super sale, where dozens of military families sell their extra treasures, and sometimes their big ones for those families leaving our Islands.  Over 150 booths to browse through.  Richardson Field. 8am-noon.

HONOLULU TRIATHLON RACE

May 15, 2016

Ala Moana Blvd., Nimitz Hwy. And Kamehameha Hwy makai side will be closed to traffic.  5:45am-10am. Magic Island and Ala Moana Beach.   

POLICE WEEK MEMORIAL MARCH

May 15, 2016

It will start at Police HQ, to Beretania St., to end at State Capitol grounds. Two (2) makai lanes will be closed from 5:00 pm for event staging. 6pm-6:30pm.

CHANCE ‘UM TOUR

May 27, 2016

Get ready for local humor at its best as Frank DeLima, Mel Cabang and Augie T join forces for this special presentation.  Andy Bumatai was originally slated to perform but had to step down due to his recent cancer diagnosis.  Hawaii Theatre. 7pm. $22-$42. 

MELE AT THE MOANA FEATURING BROTHER NOLAND

May 27, 2016

The Moana Surfrider continues their concert series reminiscent of the long-running radio show “Hawaii Calls,” under the famed banyan tree until at least July.  “Mele at the Moana” features today’s most popular performers on the Banyan Courtyard stage.  Jimmy Borges was scheduled to perform this month buy due to declining health issues the talented Brother Noland will be taking the stage in his place 7pm-9pm. 

TROY BARBOZA LAW ENFORCEMENT TORCH RUN

May 27, 2016

It will start at Ft. DeRussy on Maluhia Rd., To Kalia Rd., To Ala Moana Blvd., To Kalakaua Ave., To Kapahulu Ave., To Old Waialae Rd., To Kalei Rd., To Lower Campus Rd., To end at Les Murakami Stadium.  6:30pm-9pm.

NA HOKU HANOHANO AWARDS (39TH ANNUAL)

May 28, 2016

The Hawaii Academy of Recording Arts was patterned after the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (also referred to as NARAS or the Recording Academy), which produces the Grammy Awards. Each year the Hawaii Academy produces a live television broadcast of the Na Hoku Hanohano Awards honoring the achievements of excellence in the recording arts. It has become the biggest annual entertainment event in Hawaii. Commercially available recordings created, produced, and/or engineered and primarily distributed in Hawaii are accepted for nomination. Held at the Hawaii Convention Center.

MEMORIAL DAY PARADE

May 30, 2016

It will start at Ft. DeRussy to Kalakaua Ave., To end at Kapahulu/Kalakaua/Monsarrat Aves. Grassy area fronting the Honolulu Zoo. 9am-12pm.

LANTERN FLOATING CEREMONY

May 30, 2016

The 17th annual Lantern Floating Hawaii is one of the more popular festivals all year long as more than 40,000 people converge at Ala Moana Beach Park to send off specially made candle-lit lanterns into the ocean to honor their loved ones.  This is also one of the more picturesque events that takes place each year.  Ceremonies start promptly at 6pm. 

ABOVE AND BEYOND

May 31, 2016

This British trio known for their production and remix work, as well as their DJ performances is one of the most successful trance acts of the 2000s.  Tickets $45-$125.  Waikiki Shell. 6:30pm.

CHRISTOPHER CROSS IN CONCERT

May 31, 2016 

The famed singer best known for his huge hit “Sailing” comes to Blue Note Hawaii for one night only.  Show times are twice nightly at 6:30pm and 9pm.  Tickets $35-$75.   


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The Imperial Hawaii Vacation Club (“Club”) is a time share property in Waikiki, Oahu, Hawaii.  The Club is part of The Imperial Hawaii Resort ("Project") located at 205 Lewers Street, Honolulu, Hawaii.  The Project includes 375 "Apartments," consisting of 270 apartments, 13 commercial units and 92 parking stalls.


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205 Lewers Street
Honolulu, HI 96815
Ph: 808-923-1827
Fax:808-921-7586
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800-347-2582
 

 

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