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The results are in and for the fifth year in a row you have voted Turtle Bay as a top Hawaii resort in the Condé Nast Traveler Reader's Choice Awards!
More than 429,000 readers submitted millions of ratings and tens of thousands of comments, sharing their recent travel experiences of the world’s cities, islands, hotels, resorts, cruise lines, airlines, and airports—good or bad.
Your votes earned us a ranking in the TOP 3 for Hawaii Resorts! We are dancing the hula, we are that excited!
We couldn't have become the best resort in Oahu without you!
So what do you love about Turtle Bay? We scanned our #TurtleBayResort feed and smiled looking back at some of your amazing Turtle Bay memories.
Everyone knows Christmas in Hawaii doesn’t include snowflakes, snowball fights, and snow angels but that doesn’t mean the North Shore of Oahu isn’t as cool as the North Pole during the holiday season.
Here are 10 Island inspired festive activities you can enjoy in paradise.
1. Giddy-up with a Reindeer Ride
Our horses, we mean reindeers, will take you on a whimsical ocean view trail ride. These North Shore Christmas excursions begin December 20 and run through the 27th. Rides are daily at 1:30 p.m. Make sure you bring your camera, There will be a special opportunity to capture holiday photos - the perfect souvenir of your Christmas in Hawaii!
They say one man’s trash is another man’s treasure, so maybe it’s not that hard to believe that the centerpiece of the most elegant party of the year was trash. We’ll get back to that later. First, let's talk about the night to remember.
September 1, More than 2,000 ladies and gents dressed in white, celebrated a special evening on Turtle Bay Resort’s Stables Lawn at the 5th annual Dîner en Blanc in Honolulu.
History of Le Dîner en Blanc
Le Dîner en Blanc tradition has actually been around for 30 years and originated in Paris, France. It started when a group of friends decided to meet in the park for a picnic. They all wore white so it would be easy to find each other. Now three decades later, the tradition lives on in more than 80 cities around the world where people meet up for an elegant picnic in a beautiful location.