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The AHFE 2023 Hawaii Conference will be held December 4-6, 2023 at the Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort & Spa, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.

AHFE 2023 Hawaii Edition
Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort & Spa

Address: 2552 Kalakaua Avenue, Honolulu, Hawai’i 96815

Waikiki Beach Marriott AHFE Group Reservation link: Click Here

AHFE 2023 Hawaii participants reduced group rate: 
292 USD plus city tax (Island view) - 367 USD plus city tax (Ocean view) per night
(Resort requires a daily resort fee, discounted rate for participants: $37)

Participant discounted rate will be provided in reservation summary.

Start Date: Thursday, November 30, 2023
End Date: Monday, December 11, 2023
Last Day to Book: Saturday, November 4, 2023

Phone reservations: (808) 922-6611 , Group code: (AHFE Conference)

The Resort Fee provides the following:
 - In-Room Internet Access
 - One Mai Tai per day at Moana Terrace or Kuhio Beach Grill
 - 60 Minutes International or Long Distance Calls per day; Free Local Calls;
 - Daily Fitness Class
 - Daily Cultural Class
 - Discounted Stand-Up-Paddle or Surf Lesson from Kai's Surf Shopy

Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort & Spa

Waikiki Beach

A limited number of rooms at the reduced group rate have been allocated on a first-come-first-served basis to AHFE participants. Hotel room reservation is highly recommended to ensure availability!

If you experience any issue booking your room or for general help please contact:


"A lifetime’s worth of experiences in one city"

Hawaii is a volcanic archipelago and an American state. It is located in the Central Pacific Ocean and is made up of hundreds of islands that span a distance of 2,451km. Only 8 of these islands are commonly known and just 6 are regularly visited. They include Hawai’i Island, Maui, Oahu, Kauai, Molokai and Lanai. Each of Hawaii’s most popular islands are known for completely unique traits. With volcanic mountain ranges, perfect beaches, surf breaks, reefs, tropical rainforests and bustling city hubs, there’s no wonder why the ‘Aloha State’ is referred to as the destination that has it all! History and culture play a big role in Hawaii’s mesmerising diversity. Originally settled by the ancient Polynesians, Hawaii has since welcomed explorers and migrants from Europe, China, the Philippines, and Japan (just to name a few!). Despite being the most remote island chain in the world, Hawaii has a population of over 1.4 million people. Military personnel and tourist-residents make a significant contribution to this figure—it’s a pretty great place to be posted, if you ask our My Hawaii Holiday Experts!


Hawaii was officially listed as the 50th American state in 1959 and it has since continued to present itself as a vibrant, connected hub. Despite this, it is actually the most isolated archipelago in the world. The ‘Aloha State’ sits approximately 2,360km north of the equator. It is 3,850km from California on the east and 6,195km from Japan on the west. All of its visible islands are just the tip of huge underwater volcanic mountain ranges and they spread sideways, ranked oldest to youngest, from the northwest to southeast. The most popular Hawaiian Islands are among the youngest ones in the chain. Many of these still have active and dormant volcanoes on them, including Kilauea and Maunaloa on Hawaii Island, Loihi off its southern coast, Haleakala on Maui and the Diamond Head tuff cone on Oahu. Surprisingly, Hawaii is more than mountains and lava! Lush green rainforests, pristine beaches, farmland and cityscapes abound, depending on which island you visit, and microclimates are common.(



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