G70 helms $46M renovation and transformation of The Westin Hapuna Beach Resort

The Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel on Hawaii Island (formerly known as the Big Island) is undergoing a $46-million renovation and transformation, which is expected to be completed this May. Honolulu-based G70 is behind the design.

Upon completion, the property will be known as The Westin Hapuna Beach Resort, and will be the only Westin on the island.

The lobby will include a new living wall vertical garden and interactive check-in pods. The property will also have a new adults-only pool with a poolside deck overlooking the Hapuna Beach.


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The resort will also have four new dining concepts: Meridia, a Mediterranean inspired restaurant will have a display kitchen and expanded al fresco dining; Naupaka Beach Grill, a casual restaurant featuring; Ikena Landing, an open-air breakfast venue; and Piko Coffee+Bar, a bar.

Photo credit: The Westin Hapuna Beach Resort

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