Embassy Suites opens new hotel in Kapolei, Oahu

A rendering of the Embassy Suites by Hilton Oahu Kapolei.

Embassy Suites by Hilton, a global brand of upscale, all-suite hotels from Hilton, opened a newly-built hotel in Kapolei, Oahu.

Embassy Suites by Hilton Oahu Kapolei offers an excellent central location to local attractions such as Pearl Harbor, Kapolei Golf Course and Wet ‘N Wild Water Park. There is a complimentary shuttle that transports guests to Ko’Olina Beach and Lagoons and White Plains Beach.

Owned by Kapolei Hotel Partners and managed by Western States Lodging, the hotel provides two-room suites, a daily free cooked-to-order breakfast each morning, free Wi-Fi and complimentary drinks and snacks for each night.

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“Our Oahu Kapolei property embodies the modern and inviting atmosphere Embassy Suites by Hilton is known for and more,” Alan Roberts, global head, Embassy Suites by Hilton, said in a statement. “The central city location is ideal and gives guests the opportunity to experience Hawaii beyond the shore.”

Embassy Suites by Hilton Oahu Kapolei offers 180 suites with Hawaiian décor, and some suites offer a lanai with a scenic ocean view. The property includes amenities such as a sundeck with an outdoor pool, whirlpool and on-property restaurants such as Sprig’s Grille, which serves lunch and dinner while Manamana Lounge Bar is available poolside for daytime snacking.

“We are excited for guests to experience all that Embassy Suites by Hilton Oahu Kapolei has to offer,” Reid Yoshida, GM of the Embassy Suites by Hilton Oahu Kapolei, said in a statement. “Business travelers can enjoy our value-added amenities, spacious meetings rooms and the opportunity to turn their business trips into leisure getaways by taking advantage of our local excursion partners.”

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