Hyatt Place Waikiki Beach opens Diamond Head Tower

Kokua Hospitality and Hyatt Hotels Corporation announced the opening of the Diamond Head Tower at Hyatt Place Waikiki Beach. Joining the Pali Tower, which opened in December 2011, the Diamond Head Tower opening marks the completion of the Hyatt Place Waikiki Beach hotel project.

Hyatt Place Waikiki Beach is owned by Chartres Lodging, and is now the largest Hyatt Place hotel in the country, as well as the first conversion property in a resort local for the brand. It boasts a total of 426 guestrooms – 191 in the Pali Tower and 235 in the Diamond Head Tower.

Beginning with the open-air lobby steps from the ocean, guests are greeted with a variety of accommodation options and amenities. The rooftop pool deck features the guest kitchen and a fire pit. All rooms boast contemporary décor with  furnishings, and feature balconies with ocean, mountain or city views. In addition, guest rooms include complimentary Wi-Fi access, a media and work center with a 42 inch flat-panel HDTVs, a Hyatt Grand Bed, and a Cozy Corner sofa-sleeper.

Among the food and beverage offerings include the complimentary a.m. Kitchen Skillet, the Bakery Café, and the Gallery Bar. The hotel also features a [email protected] fitness center, which opens onto the pool deck; and more than 4,000 square feet of meeting space.

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