Hawaii’s first Hyatt Place property to open

Hyatt Hotels & Resorts and Kokua Hospitality, LLC have announced that the Pali Tower at Hyatt Place Waikiki Beach, the first of two towers being constructed at this property, is to open its doors to the public in December 2011. Diamond Tower, the second building at the property, is slated to be completed in spring 2012. Located at 175 Paoakalani Avenue, Hyatt Place Waikiki Beach will be the first Hyatt Place introduced to the Hawaii market.

Hyatt Place Waikiki Beach will be the largest Hyatt Place hotel in the country, featuring a total of 426 rooms, 191 in the Pali Tower and 235 in the Diamond Tower.  All rooms will feature balconies offering views of the Waikiki Beach neighborhood, as well as complimentary Wi-Fi access, a 42-inch HDTV, the trademarked Hyatt Grand Bed, and an eight-foot sectional sofa sleeper.

Amenities include a pool deck, which features a fire pit, tiki torches and seating for up to 200 people; a [email protected] fitness center, which opens onto the pool deck; a business center and tourism desk located in the lobby; and the Bakery Café, offering specialty coffees, premium beers, wines, and cocktails. Also, the property will offer 4,200 square feet of meeting and event space.

 

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