For years, I have gone to massage therapists who could not resolve my aching body since I am a triathlete. The massage therapists at Diane's showed me otherwise. I found out about Diane's Day Spa by the recommendation of a friend who often gets her hair done there. The location is kind of hidden, upstair in the Maunakea Marketplace courtyard. The spa's furnishings are lush and clean, providing a perfect atmosphere to relax and unwind. I carry most of my tension in my shoulders and neck. The massage therapists there really know their craft since by the time it is over, my shoulders and neck was remarkably better. I was also surprised to find that this "better feeling" lasted much longer than I had ever experienced with a massage. I've gone back many times, and the therapists managed to work out some of the worst knots and relieve my horrific tightness. Typically when I have a massage I have them focus on my neck and shoulders, but if I really want to relax and de-stress, a full body one hour massage is the way to go. It is soooo relaxing, and I leave feeling like "walking on air". If you're looking for results, you can get a "spa or therapeutic experience " at Diane's Day Spa. Also I was able to get the $40 one hour massage special
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Personally when I go to Hawaii, I never plan on spending much time in a hotel room. Holiday Surf is an older, no frills, clean, reasonably priced hotel. The Shower was large and had great water pressure! There is a full sized kitchen with stove, full sized refrig. microwave,all utensils you need, which is very handy. The TV came with a DVD player in it. This hotel is very centrally located. There is limited parking but there is a public lot across the street for overnight parking for a reasonable price. There is a car rental across the street, a market half-way down the block, and one block down on Kuhio there are public buses that can take you all around the island. The hotel is a block and a half from the International Market, three blocks from the beach and right on the canal. I was traveling with my beautiful daughters and felt very comfortable staying here. Alot of the old ALOHA!
My husband and I were treated to this excellent restaurant for lunch during our recent visit to Honolulu. We loved sitting under the trees; the pink and white decor reminded me of our wedding (my colors) and doves flew about the indoor/outdoor setting. The (Waikiki) beach and sun and blue sky made the afternoon perfect for us--and we especially enjoyed lunch after hiking up Diamond Head that morning. I recommend the ribs--tender and covered with the most delicious honey sauce and Iced Tea with lemon and pineapple...a five star luncheon! The only thing missing were our friends...Allison and Andre...who were back home but treated us to lunch at he Hau Tree Lanai. Mahalo!!