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Ring in the New Year at One of These Waikiki Beachfront Events

Reef Bar and Market Grill’s Ohana Dinner

4 pm to 11 pm — The hotel’s direct oceanfront restaurant is usually a “grill your own,” but on New Year’s Eve there is a set menu and they are going to do the grilling for you. Sit back with your libation and relax. Ohana means family or extended family in Hawaii, and you can bring everyone to this dinner. Make a reservation at 808-924-7333 or online at OpenTable. Price is $99 for adults and kids 5-12 are $45. This is a great place to watch the fireworks.

Exclusive Voyager 47 Club Lounge New Year’s Eve Party

8 p.m. to midnight

Outrigger Waikiki Beach Resort Voyager 47 Club view at dusk
PHOTO: Outrigger Waikiki Beach Resort Voyager 47 Club view at dusk. (Photo via KWWMedia)

This New Year’s Eve party is so exclusive that you have to book a room at the hotel in one of the Voyager 47 Club rooms to attend. Voyager 47 guests are welcomed to this oceanfront club lounge gratis as the ultimate perk to take in panoramic views of the Waikiki skyline and the fireworks show.

In this intimate space right on the beach guests will have a full bar with discounted drinks, complimentary light appetizers, a complimentary midnight champagne toast and party favors. Hurry, these rooms will book out soon and make sure you book a Voyager Club room or any suite in the hotel for access to the party.

Tip: If you are not staying in a Voyager Club room, the oceanfront Hula Grill Waikiki has seating available for regular dinner service. But reserve a table between 8:45 p.m.-10 p.m. and enjoy their four-course New Year’s Eve prix-fixe dinner and you can stay at your table for the fireworks at midnight and a complimentary champagne toast. Adults $95, Kids 10 and under are offered regular keiki (kid) menu. Contact for all New Year’s Eve reservations.

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