This modern Hyatt is directly across the street from Waikiki Beach
There's a heavenly 10,000-square-foot on-site spa
A farmers market takes place in lobby twice weekly
Coffee shop, stores and three restaurants onsite
It’s a 20-minute drive from Honolulu Airport to the hotel. A taxi will cost approximately $35 plus tip. The Airport Waikiki Shuttle costs $9 per person; time to hotel will vary, as the shuttle makes multiple stops on its route. City buses #19 and #20 are $2.50 and the closest stop is the Kuhio Avenue and Kaiulani Avenue stop, about a three-block walk to the hotel.
Just cross the street from the lobby of the Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort & Spa is the entrance to Hawaii's most popular beach.
Rooms here are sleek, spacious and minimally decorated, each with its own private balcony. Request a high floor to make the most of the panoramic ocean view. Three on-site restaurants, a coffee shop and a few well-stocked stores can handle nearly all of your vacation needs. Tuesdays and Thursdays enjoy the farmers market in the hotel lobby, and experience a slice of local culture during the hotel’s Aloha Friday sunset activities.
Also onsite is the 10,000-square-foot Na Ho’ola Spa and an ocean-facing pool deck with drink service. The hotel also supplies portable beach chairs and beach towels that you can take with you to any beach on the island.