Style and innovation
All accommodation at Hyatt Place Waikiki Beach features plush Hyatt Grand bedding and state-of-the-art media and work centers. Each of the 426 guestrooms features contemporary décor and stylish furnishings with a cozy corner sofa sleeper. Amenities include complimentary hotel-wide Wi-Fi and in-room high-speed DSL internet access, a 42” flat-panel HDTV and furnished outdoor balconies with stunning ocean, city or mountain views. Enjoy the complimentary a.m. Kitchen SkilletTM and guest kitchen featuring freshly prepared breakfast sandwiches, waffles, french toast, pancakes, oatmeal and Asian specialties.
Order freshly prepared meals from the Gallery Menu, or select from ready-to-eat sandwiches, salads, and bakery items from the Grab and Go case; both are available 24-hours a day. The hotel also offers Starbucks® specialty coffees, wines, beers, tropical cocktails and a full-service bar featuring specialty cocktails.
Bringing people together with outstanding facilities and services, Hyatt Place Waikiki Beach brings people together for meetings and events in new and innovative ways. Whether a small corporate meeting, group gathering, wedding, birthday or reunion, the hotel is dedicated to managing every last detail and ensuring that your meeting or event is a success.
There are over 4200 square feet of function space including the Pua Melia Ballroom offering banquet seating for up to 100 guests, a 400-square foot pre-function area plus three elegant meeting and banquet rooms. Additional hotel facilities include a 24/7 e-room, with complimentary public computers and remote printing, fitness center, and an outdoor pool.
An ideal setting overlooking the dazzling Diamond Head, just steps away from the white sands of Waikiki Beach, puts you close to everything this dynamic city has to offer. The Honolulu Zoo, Kapiolani Park, shopping, dining, activities, and attractions are all nearby.
If you’re traveling for business, you’ll also find easy access to International Market Place, Chinatown, Downtown Financial District, Hawaii Convention Center, and the University of Hawaii.