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Hilton Waikoloa Village Invites Couples To RSVP (Renew Sacred Vows In Paradise) With “I Do, Take Two” Experience

October 22, 2016 Destination Hawaii No Comments Print Print Email Email

As more couples decide to reaffirm their marriage and vow to vacation, families look for the perfect setting that appeals to all generations.

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As the gold standard for vow renewal and top five multigenerational travel destination (YouGov, 2016) – it’s impossible not to be surrounded by love at one of “The World’s Most Romantic Islands” (Travel + Leisure, 2015). Hilton Waikoloa Village calls to couples with an “I Do, Take Two” vow renewal experience to express their eternal ever-after with several ceremony options.  These ceremony packages include everything from a wedded welcome, adjoining accomodations and authentic Hawaiian activities that are essential to ever-rising multigenerational travel, to the gifts of something old with Old-Hawaii venues; something new with a sanction of re-newal, and something blue with complimentary canal cruises sealed with exclusive service at reception options fit for Hawaiian royalty.

Hawaii’s most famous love story, the Naupaka, adds to the romance of the couple’s special occasion. According to ancient Hawaiian legend, two lovers were torn apart, turning the man into the mountain Naupaka and the woman into the Beach Naupaka. This story explains why the mysterious Naupaka flower blooms only in halves on the beach and mountains of the island. When the two flowers touch end-to-end to create one bloom the man and the woman are joined together once again, mirroring the rejoining of couples in their vow renewal ceremony. The blossom is scattered throughout the property in hopes of bringing luck to couples who join the flower halves.

At the Hale ‘ike rooms at Palace Tower, families will find suites perfect for multigenerational travel, and a honeymoon ambiance that makes spouses feel as bonded as the day they first wed. A true House of Senses, Hale ‘ike provides everything from an open-air atmosphere filled with buyant island breezes and delicate flora scents, to beautiful backdrops and elegant evening views of the Palace Tower fountain atrium.

Hilton Waikoloa Village sets the scene for a storybook sanction with venues surrounded by the romance of old Hawaii. Hale Aloha Chapel, Palace Gardens and Buddha Point curate new legends of love with intimate island-style ceremonies among Pacific vantage points and the soft applauds from guests and the clapping waves.

Couples board mahogony canal boats and cruise through Waikoloa’s meandering waterway for tranquil transport among the resort and to explore the new horizons of their second sanction. Glowing in the bask of the Big Island sun and bubbling with thoughts of new beginnings, couples toast to “I Do, Take Two.”

Well wishers relocate to a reception fit for Hawaiian royalty, where an indulgent Hawaiian feast of Polynesian delicacies such as kalua pig, fresh tropical fruits and unique island fare await. A selection of island-style soirees ranging from intimate to extravagant are available for couples and guests to enjoy the Ali’i treatment sealing the ceremonies of island-inspired love stories.

For more information on Hilton Waikoloa Village’s romance offerings, please inquire with Megan Vierra at [email protected] or visit http://www.hiltonwaikoloavillage.com/romance-overview.

For reservations, please call +1 808 886 1234 or visit the hotel’s website on hilton.com.

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