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elcome to Hotel Gardenia, where our warm Hawaiian hospitality is sure to make your vacation a success. Just across the road from Waikiki Beach, we’re one of the most conveniently located hotels. Snorkeling, surfing, swimming, sailing and diving are close by. For your entertainment we are near the restaurant and theater district. Duty free shops, the Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center, and the International Market Place are adjacent. Convenient shuttle buses to local shopping centers leave from our front door.

Accommodations We offer 250 air-conditioned rooms including 34 suites furnished in contemporary colors. Guest rooms come with your choice of king bed or two double beds. Each room features: Lanai; Flat Screen TV and DVD player; Internet access; Refrigerator. Our suites offer a king size bedroom, sitting room and breathtaking ocean views. Our deluxe corner suites overlook Diamond Head.

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Hotel Dining The Aloha Bistro

Standard room

$195

Partial Ocean View

$215

Ocean View

$225

Deluxe Ocean View

$240

Gardenia Restaurant

Suite

$365

Fine dining in tropical surroundings

Deluxe Suite

$575

Per room, pernight, single or double occupancy. Please check our website for speacial packages, discounts and seasonal offers.

Hotel Facilities Swimming pools; Water slides; Hot tub on the pool deck; Kids’ club; Conçierge desk; Conference rooms; Secure hotel parking; Activity desk.

Breakfast buffet and lunch The Gardenia Bar Poolside snacks and quick meals

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Gardenia Hotel 2300 Kanapalua Street Honolulu, Hawaii, 96000 Toll free: 1-888-200-0001 Phone: 808-200-0002 Fax: 808-200-0003 www.hotelgardenia.com

elcome to the Gardenia Hotel, where our warm Hawaiian hospitality is sure to make your vacation a success. Just across the road from Waikiki Beach, we’re one of the most conveniently located hotels. Snorkeling, surfing, swimming, sailing and diving are close by. For your entertainment we are near the restaurant and theater district. Duty free shops, the Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center, and the International Market Place are adjacent. Convenient shuttle buses to local shopping centers leave from our front door.

Accommodations We offer 250 air-conditioned rooms including 34 suites furnished in contemporary colors. Guest rooms come with your choice of king bed or two double beds. Each room features: Lanai; Flat Screen TV and DVD player; Internet access; Refrigerator. Our suites offer a king size bedroom, sitting room and breathtaking ocean views. Our deluxe corner suites overlook Diamond Head.

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Swimming pools; Water slides; Hot tub on the pool deck; Kids’ club; Conçierge desk; Conference rooms; Secure hotel parking; Activity desk.

The Aloha Bistro Breakfast buffet and lunch The Gardenia Bar Poolside snacks and quick meals Gardenia Restaurant Fine dining in tropical surroundings

Meeting Rooms Gardenia Room seats 175 people. Gardenia Theater seats 325 people.

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Meeting Rooms Gardenia Room seats 175 people. Gardenia Theater seats 325 people.

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Contact us Gardenia Hotel 2300 Kanapalua Street Honolulu, Hawaii, 96000 Toll free: 1-888-200-0001 Phone: 808-200-0002 Fax: 808-200-0003 www.hotelgardenia.com


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Pâté de lapin

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Coquille st. jacques grillée

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Gambas flambée au pastis

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Filet de daurade rouge

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Carpaccio de boeuf

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Harengs calaisienne

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Salade d’endives et noix

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Terrine de saumon aux epinards

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Soufflé au fromage

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Waterzoi

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Moules à la crème normande

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Tarte fine aux pommes

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Fre s h frui t s a l a d

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Choucroute alsacienne

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Gaufres à la citronille

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Tournedos de boeuf

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Crémè caramel

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VINS DU MAISON Shiraz/Cabernet Sauvignon (B.C.) Sauvignon Blanc (B.C.)

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