Ala Moana Shopping Center, accessible from the 2nd Floor of the



Ala Moana Shopping Center, accessible from the 2nd Floor of the
JUNE 17-23, 2013
Hawaii Youth Soccer Association
P.O. Box 31286
Honolulu, Hawaii 96820
Welcome to the Region IV Fall Workshop. The Hawaii Youth Soccer
Association has prepared the following information to help you get
ready for the 2013 US Youth Soccer Region IV Championships (Far
West Regionals).
This information, as well as updates, will be posted on the Hawaii
Youth Soccer Association website ( as well as
the Region IV website (
Please contact me if I can provide further information or assist you in
any way. I’ve provided my contact information below.
Scott Keopuhiwa
President, Hawaii Youth Soccer Association
Chair, 2013 Hawaii Organizing Committee- Region IV Championships
Email: [email protected] or [email protected]
Cell: (808)927-7927
Fax: (808)678-2020
Interesting Facts/Things you should know:
Oahu is known as “the Gathering Place”. The third largest island of the 8 “main”
Hawaiian Islands, is home to the majority of Hawaii’s diverse population, a fusion of
East and West cultures rooted in the values and traditions of the native Hawaiian
This is an island of activity. Whether you’re learning to surf in legendary Waikiki,
hiking through the rich rainforests of Waimea Valley, or watching the brilliant pastels
of dusk fade off of Sunset Beach , you’ll find variety at every turn on Oahu.
Island of Oahu = The City & County of Honolulu, approximately 75% of the state’s
Honolulu is the capital of the State of Hawaii.
Oahu Population: 953,207
Time Zone: Hawaii Standard Time (GMT-10 hours). We are 2 hours behind the US
West Coast, 3 hours behind during Daylight Saving Time (Hawaii does not observe
Daylight Saving Time).
Languages: English, Hawaiian
Currency: US dollar. Credit cards are widely accepted. Traveler’s checks are
accepted at many businesses.
Average Temperature: 75˚-85˚ F.
Area Code/Cell phones: The area code for all of Hawaii is (808). Cell phone coverage
is readily available in most places if you’re coming from the US. Check your carrier
and calling plan for details.
Internet Access: Internet access is readily available on Oahu and at many hotels.
PERSONAL SAFETY: Many visitors to Hawaii are so happy to be here, so entranced by
the beauty and hospitality, they tend to let their guard down and do things they
would not do at home. Visitors need to be as security-conscious as they are at home.
This means:
• Do not leave anything of value unattended or in plain sight in your car, anywhere,
especially on the beach, in restaurants or lobbies. Lock them in your trunk if you
must carry them before arriving at the destination.
Bottom Line…pay attention to your surroundings, be safe.
Things to do (Points of Interest):
Ala Moana Shopping Center
Aloha Stadium Swap Meet
Aloha Tower Marketplace
Atlantis Submarine Tour
Bishop Museum
Catamaran Tours Diamond
Head Look Out Dole
Pineapple Plantation
Haleiwa/North Shore
Hanauma Bay (Snorkeling)
Hawaiian Waters Adventure Park
Honolulu Academy of Arts
Honolulu Zoo
Iolani Palace
Kualoa Ranch (Tours, ATVs, Horseback Riding)
Nuuanu Pali Lookout
Pearl Harbor - Arizona Memorial
Pearl Harbor - Battleship Missouri (“Mighty Mo”)
Polynesian Cultural Center
National Memorial Cemetary of the Pacific at Punchbowl Crater
Sea Life Park
Waikiki Aquarium
You can find lots of information on all of these places on the
Headquarter Hotel Information:
The headquarter hotel for the 2013 US Youth Soccer Far West Regional
Championships will be the Ala Moana Hotel. The Ala Moana Hotel is located in
Honolulu, on the island of Oahu, just outside of Waikiki.
Contact Information for the Ala Moana Hotel is:
Ala Moana Hotel
410 Atkinson Drive
Honolulu, Hawaii 96814
Phone. 866.448.1396 or 808.955.4811
Fax. 808.944.6839
Directions To the Ala Moana Hotel
Honolulu International Airport to Ala Moana Hotel via Nimitz Highway
The Ala Moana Hotel is approximately 7 miles from the Honolulu International
Airport. Exit the airport toward Waikiki/Honolulu.
Go east on Nimitz Highway for 7 miles. Nimitz Highway becomes Ala Moana Blvd.
Pass Ala Moana Shopping Center on the left and Ala Moana Beach Park on the right.
Turn left on Atkinson Drive.
Ala Moana Hotel is on the left, immediately after the first traffic light.
Typical guest rooms include:
Flat-screen TV's
Most rooms equipped with balcony
Complimentary high-speed Internet access in guest rooms
Air conditioning
Alarm clock/radio with CD player
Bathtub with shower
Blackout drapes
Custom-designed furniture
Card key access to guestroom
Coin Operated Laundry Facilities
Daily maid service
Direct dial telephone with dataport and voice mail
Hair dryer
In-room safe
Iron and board
Rooms for the physically challenged available in the Waikiki Tower
Microwave oven on request
The Ala Moana Hotel also features:
Sparkling swimming pool, featuring a spacious sundeck
Fitness center, with sauna and steam room
Four restaurants, and lounges, plus nightclub
Gift store, selling apparel and sundries
The Ala Moana Hotel offers the following dining and entertainment options:
Pakele Lounge, casually elegant way to relax with a cool cocktails
Plantation Café, offering family dining in a casual setting
Rumours, Honolulu's hottest nightclub
Moana Lanai, relaxing poolside bar
Aaron's Atop the Ala Moana, offering sweeping city views high atop the
Honolulu skyline with classic American cuisine with a Mediterranean and Asian
Hawaiian Hut, a colorful pageant of songs and dances of Polynesia, featuring
a flaming fireknife dance
Royal Garden, featuring exquisite Chinese cuisine
Tsukasa, authentic Japanese cuisine served in an intimate and elegant
Room service, for private in-room dining
Ala Moana Shopping Center, accessible from the 2nd Floor of the Ala Moana Hotel,
offers a variety of choices sure to meet even the pickiest of eaters. From fine-dining
restaurants to an international food court, Ala Moana Center has it all.
Dining Options at Ala Moana Shopping Center:
Ba-Le Sandwich Shop
(Sears) California
Wok Curry House
CoCo Ichibanya
Dairy Queen / Orange
Espresso Bar (Neiman
L & L Drive Inn /
Chopsticks Express
Mai Tai Bar
Pizza Hut Express / Taco
Bell Express
Quizno Subs
Shirokiya Restaurant
Zippy's (Sears)
Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.
California Pizza Kitchen
Genki Sushi
Island's Fine Burgers &
Kirin Restaurant
Kyoto Ohsho
Longhi's Restaurant
Mariposa Restaurant
(Neiman Marcus)
Mermaid Bar (Neiman
Morton's The Steakhouse
Osaka Okazuya (Sears)
Panya Bistro
Romano's Macaroni Grill
Ruby Tuesday
The Pineapple Room
Tsukiji Fish Market and
Ala Moana Poi Bowl
Charley's Grilled Subs
Cheeseburger Factory
Cove Bar
Donburiya Dondon
Kansai Yamato
Koi Koi
Lahaina Chicken
Little Cafe Siam
Mama's Spaghetti
Naniwa-ya Ramen
Panda Express
Panini Grill Sandwiches
Paradise Cafe
Patti's Chinese Kitchen
Pineapple & Coconut Hut
Sbarro Italian Eatery
Senor Pepe
Steak & Fish Company
Tony Roma's Express
Yummy Korean BBQ
Zagu Original Crystal &
Pearl Shakes
Airline Information:
Honolulu International Airport (HNL) is located on the south side of the Island of
Honolulu. Below are the airlines that service the airport. Please plan on making your
reservations well in advance as sometimes space can be tight.
Air Canada
Alaska Airlines
America West Airlines1-800-2-FLY-AWA
American Airlines
Delta Airlines
Harmony Airways
Hawaiian Airlines
Northwest Airlines
Philippine Airlines
Southwest Airlines
United Airlines
US Airways
Airport Transportation Options:
Robert’s of Hawaii Airport Shuttle
Phone: (808) 539-9400
Cost: $8.00 one way
$14.00 roundtrip (this discounted fare may only be purchased at the airport)
Pick up at the Airport every 30 minutes, 24 hours.
Robert’s of Hawaii requires no reservations and provides shuttle service to all Waikiki
Airport Island Shuttle
Phone: (808) 521-2121
$24.00 one way for the first person, $5.00 for each additional person
Reservations may be made via phone from 8am - 6pm with 24 hour advance notice,
or online 24 hours a day @
Airport Express Island Shuttle
Phone: (808) 674-0101
Cost: $18.00 one way
Reservations suggested 24 hour prior to pick up time or you may call upon arrival at
the airport (pick up time not guaranteed.)
Oahu Airport Island Shuttle
Phone: (808) 681-8181
Cost: With reservations 24 hours prior: $16.00 one way for the 1st person, $4.00
for each additional person (6 max)
For reservations with less than 24 hour notice: $20.00 one way for the 1 st person,
$4.00 for each additional person (6 max)
Prices are approximate and subject to change.
One way transportation between airport and hotels cost approximately $25.00
Phone: (808) 531-1333
Phone: (808) 422-2222
City Taxi
Phone: (808) 524-2121
Car Rental Information:
Rental car customer counters are located in the center of the baggage claim area.
Some off-airport rental car services may be accessed by a bank of free telephones
also located in this same area.
All cars are located outside the terminal area or off property. Each rental agency
provides their own airport courtesy shuttle to transport customers to/from their lots.
Hours for each company are varied.
Below are the On-site car rental companies:
Hotel Accommodations: US Youth Soccer Region IV has instituted a “stay to play policy
whereby all teams are required to stay in tournament approved hotels. Hawaii Youth
Soccer Association has secured the services of CSTT to manage the block of rooms. Please
contact CSTT (info below) to block rooms for your state association teams.
A complete listing of hotels can be found at the following
Honolulu is a very busy place in June, and the Hawaiian hotel market does have certain
practices which are not common in other areas.
In order to make this as affordable and easy as possible for teams, there are certain policies
your team should know.
- Hotel rates posted are the best group rates available for any of the hotels listed.
- CSTT will only book into hotels teams that have QUALIFIED for the tournament. Each
State will be providing a list of teams as they qualify.
- Some State Associations have set aside blocks of rooms to accommodate their qualified
teams. Teams from those States are required to stay at those hotels.
- A number of the hotels require a deposit when the Rooming List is provided. Hotels with
such a policy will have information listed in the Details page for that hotel.
- CSTT will have the ability to book individuals into a hotel that is not where their team is
staying. If an individual prefers to stay at a different hotel due to budgetary or personal
taste considerations, CSTT will do our best to accommodate them.
Bill Long
Senior Event Coordinator
CSTT Sports Travel
866-877-5728 fax
Hotel Address
Ala Moana Hotel (Headquarter
Aston Pacific Monarch
410 Atkinson Drive
2427 Kuhio Avenue
Aston Waikiki Banyan
Aston Waikiki Sunset
Aston Wakiki Beach Hotel
Courtyard by Marriott Waikiki Beach
201 Ohua Avenue
229 Paoakalani Avenue
2570 Kalakaua Avenue
400 Royal Hawaiian Ave
Doubletree by Hilton Alana Waikiki
1956 Ala Moana Blvd.
Embassy Suites Waikiki Beach Walk
Hilton Hawaiian Village
201 Beachwalk St.
2005 Kalia Road
Holiday Inn Resort - Waikiki
Hyatt Place Suites
2300 Kalakaua Ave.
175 Paoakalani Ave
Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach
JW Marriott Ihilani Resort
2424 Kalakaua Ave
1001 Olani St. (Ko'olina)
Marriott Waikiki Beach Resort
Ohana Honolulu Airport Hotel
Ohana Waikiki East
2552 Kalakaua Avenue
3401 N. Nimitz Hwy
150 Kaiulani Ave.
Ohana Waikiki Malia
Ohana Waikiki West
2211 Kuhio Avenue
2330 Kuhio Avenue
Outrigger Reef on the Beach
Ramada Plaza - Waikiki
Turtle Bay Resort
2169 Kalia Road
1830 Ala Moana Blvd
57-091 Kamehameha Hwy
CSTT currently has over 2,000 rooms on hold with most properties
to increase the block of rooms contigent on demand.
CSTT Contact: Bill Long
Phone Toll Free: 1-866-861-TEAM (8326) or Email:
[email protected]
Waipio Peninsula Soccer Park:
Waipio Peninsula Soccer Park sits on 244 acres of US Navy land, leased to the City &
County of Honolulu. In September of 2000, Waipio Soccer Complex, as referred to
by locals, opened to league and tournament play for the residents of the Oahu.
Since then, the complex has hosted thousands of youth and adult league soccer
games as well as many local, national and international tournaments. In 2002,
AYSO held their National Games and in 2003, HYSA hosted the US Youth Soccer
Region IV Championships. The 2003 & 2008 Far West Regional Championships, with
over 225 teams, continues to be the largest event ever held at Waipio. The soccer
complex has also hosted US Adult Soccer’s (USASA) Veteran’s Cup. The Park is
operated and managed by the Department of Parks & Recreation – City and County
of Honolulu.
Proposed Layout for 2013 US Youth Soccer Region IV Championships
Waipio Peninsula Soccer Park – City & County of Honolulu
(not to scale)
A – Tournament Ops
B – Retail Tent
C – Food Booths
D – Volunteer Area
E – Retail Tent
F – Photography Stand
G – Kick Centers/Sponsor Displays M – Region IV Trailer
H – Stadium Bldg #1
N –Volunteer Parking
I – Stadium Bldg #2
O – Central Medical
J – Referee Trailer
P - Parking
K – Referee Tent
RR – Restrooms
L – Press Box
X – Field Marshal/Medical

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