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Pleasant Holidays and The Fairmont Kea Lani, Maui are offering KCET viewers a chance to win a spectacular vacation to Maui!
This exclusive travel package includes a five-night stay and daily deluxe breakfast for two, at The Fairmont Kea Lani, Maui, Hawaii's only all-suite and villa luxury oceanfront resort, situated on 22 acres of tropical Hawaiian landscape in sunny Wailea, Maui; roundtrip coach-class airfare from Los Angeles to Maui; six-day Hertz mid-size car rental and six-day airport parking at The Parking Spot. No donation required. (Official Rules)
Just steps away from the beautiful ocean, you can enjoy fine and casual dining at the resort's four restaurants, a full service spa and much more.
About The Fairmont Kea Lani
The Fairmont Kea Lani, Maui is Hawaii's only all-suite and villa luxury oceanfront resort. Located on the pristine white sands of Wailea's Polo Beach, the iconic Fairmont Kea Lani gracefully rests on 22 acres of lush tropical landscape and offers authentic Hawaiian cultural experiences in a truly serene setting. This dramatic resort recently invested millions to upgrade the grounds, façade, public corridors, all 3 pool decks, Kea Lani, Ko, Caffe Ciao Bakery & Deli, Nick's Fish Market Maui, and Polo Beach Grille & Bar restaurants, as well as all 413 spacious one-bedroom suites and each of the 37 private two- and three-bedroom villas.
About Pleasant Holidays
Pleasant Holidays is one of the leading travel companies, creating memorable vacations including air, accommodations, activities, car rental and more. Destinations include the Caribbean; Costa Rica; Europe; Hawaii; Mexico; Tahiti, Fiji and Cook Islands; Cruises; and U.S. Cities coast to coast. To learn more about Pleasant Holidays, please visit www.pleasantholidays.com today!
Prepare yourself for your trip! Test your knowledge of Hawaii.
Hawaii is the only state that grows:
Hawaii is the only state to have its own:
"Father Damien" hailed form Hawaii. What was he famous for?
The Hawaii state bird is: