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KISS Rockers Celebrate Opening of Maui’s Willow Stream Spa

January 30, 2014, 2:49 PM HST · Updated January 30, 3:02 PM
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Paul Stanley, Charles Head (General Manager of The Fairmont Kea Lani, Maui) and Gene Simmons at Kō restaurant in Wailea. Courtesy photo.

Paul Stanley, Charles Head (general manager of The Fairmont Kea Lani, Maui) and Gene Simmons at Kō restaurant in Wailea. Courtesy photo.

By Maui Now Staff

On the same weekend that KISS rockers Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley celebrated the blessing of their Rock & Brews restaurant in Pāʻia, the pair were also honored guests at the grand opening of the Willow Stream Spa at The Fairmont Kea Lani in Wailea.

The rock & roll-themed VIP spa event was held on Sunday, Jan. 26, and featured autograph signing, KISS trading cards, hot ‘rock’ neck massages, a KISS-themed manicure station, and rockin’ red lipstick bar, according to a hotel announcement.

Following the event, the Grammy-nominated artists, along with Rock & Brews owners and partners, dined at resort’s Kō restaurant where fans were treated to a live performance of “Hard Luck Woman,” the lead single from the 1976 album Rock and Roll Over.

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“We’re thrilled that Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons could add some rock & roll flair to the opening of our new Willow Stream Spa,” said Charles Head, general manager of The Fairmont Kea Lani, Maui in a company press release. “Over $50 million has been invested into the resort in the past three years, resulting in an unrivaled destination, ideal for our highest profile VIP guests.”

The new 9,000 square-foot Willow Stream Spa is comprised of eight manicure and pedicure stations, a make-up station, and 13 interior treatment suites.

The new spa accommodates 22 guests per hour and offers an array of “locally-inspired services” and “spa technology.”

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Hotel representatives call the spa offerings, “ideal for meetings and incentive travelers, as well as vacationers.”

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