FunSun Vacations and Holiday House unveil 2013-2014 brochure

FunSun Vacations and Holiday House unveil 2013-2014 brochureTORONTO — FunSun Vacations, the Hawaii specialist, together with sister company Holiday House, are back with a Hawaii brochure, which features an exceptional range of hotels and condos (one of the largest in Canada) within primary resort areas on the islands of Oahu, Maui, Kauai, the Big Island of Hawaii and Lanai.

The brochure features all of the properties that are perennial favourites among Canadian travellers – Outrigger/Ohana, Starwood, Hilton, Hyatt and the many Aston resorts that dot the islands – as well as Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa in Ko Olina (on Oahu).

The brochure is also full of value-packed bonuses such as free nights, no frills rates and kids eat and stay free offers, along with hotel-specific promotions from the likes of Outrigger, Aqua, Starwood, Hyatt, Hilton and Marriott, and specials for honeymooners, seniors and repeat guests.

What’s more, FunSun Vacations and Holiday House feature a huge range of tours on the all of the islands that clients can book prior to their departure or when they arrive, through local partner Aloha VIP Tours.

For clients visiting the island of Oahu, and specifically Waikiki, there is the free Aloha Welcome Breakfast. An excellent orientation session, complete with breakfast, this is a great resource and will assist in the planning of what to see and do while in Hawaii.

When it comes to getting there, FunSun Vacations and Holiday House – through scheduled airline partners Air Canada, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, United Airlines and WestJet – offer the most choice with departures from gateways across Canada, including inter-island flights once there, while also providing the ability for clients to redeem and accumulate frequent flyer points. And once they’ve arrived, clients can pick up the car rental they pre-arranged through FunSun and Holiday House, which offer one of the best selection and pricing on all of the islands.

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