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About Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beah Resort
The Hyatt Regency is a luxury hotel identifiable due to its twin octagon-shaped towers. With private balconies for every guestroom and over fifty shops filling the first few floors, the Hyatt is both a beachside property that makes good use of its prime location and an urban center contained within itself. Located on the eastern edge of Waikiki, this hotel has unobstructed views across Kalakaua Avenue, to the bustling Waikiki Beach, into the dazzling blue Pacific Ocean. It is a short walk to Kapiolani Park, the Honolulu Zoo, Waikiki Aquarium, and Diamond Head, necessary attractions to visit during your stay.
The main floor is a huge open-air courtyard, complete with an atrium and two-story waterfall cascading in the center. Scattered throughout the first few floors are resident birds and exotic plants. Guests may forget that they are in a hotel and instead believe that they have entered a very clean, manicured bird zoo.
The Hyatt Regency's guestrooms are notably spacious, and each one comes with a private balcony and a stunning ocean, mountain, or city view. Decorated in tasteful tropical furnishings, all rooms include indulgences such as in-room safes, voice mail, separate work areas, ironing boards, and windows that open and allow the island's much-appreciated tradewinds to enter. The Hyatt Regency even offers Respire rooms, Hypo-Allergenic rooms designed with allergy sufferers in mind. These rooms follow a strict 6-process for creating a clean, comfortable sleeping environment by reducing airborne particles and minimizing the presence of potential irritants. Included in this process is the installation of an air purification system and the treatment of all fabrics and surfaces in the guestroom to guarantee sanitation. These Respire rooms are just another instance in which the Hyatt goes above and beyond to ensure its guests enjoy their stay to the fullest.
There are more than fifty shops in the Pualeilani Atrium, transforming the first three floors of the hotel into an all-inclusive shopping center. Guests can purchase daily necessities at one of multiple ABC Stores on the property, go shopping for new accessories at Coach and Nine West, or buy souvenirs at Tori Richards. Worn-out shoppers can satiate their hunger with Japanese food at Furusato Sushi, cupcakes at Hokulani Bake Shop, burgers at Hyatt on the Beach, blended coffees at KiMOBEAN Coffee, fresh fruit smoothies at Le Jardin, or dim sum at Seafood Village.
The Hyatt Regency also has its signature restaurants: Shor, Japengo, and SWIM. Shor serves fresh, contemporary American seafood and steak in an expansive, open-air dining area. Japengo is a warm, welcoming restaurant serving exotic flavors from Asia and the Pacific. The various seating options, such as communal tables at the sushi bar and lounge and private dining rooms, are perfect for any occasion. SWIM often showcases live entertainment and is perfect for enjoying cocktails during the sunset.
Na Ho'ola Spa is a two-story, 10,000-square-foot spa comprised of a dry sauna, steam showers, fitness center, and relaxation room. The 24-hour fitness facility has high-tech equipment and scheduled exercise programs, such as yoga and hulacise (basic hula).
On the first floor near the waterfall, festivities are held every Friday, involving a mini Polynesian show, hands-on lei making demonstrations, hula performances, Polynesian art tattooing, and Samoan fire dancing. Weekday afternoons are when guests can learn Hawaiian crafts, hula, storytelling, ukulele playing, and language classes.
The Hyatt Regency offers stunning views from private balconies, a three-story shopping mall, and countless opportunities to immerse oneself in a truly unforgettable Hawaiian vacation experience.
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