The newly refurbished Hilton Garden Inn Waikiki Beach Resort opened following a 13-month renovation.
The job cost the hotel chain $115 million dollars.
John Greenleaf, the Global Head of the Hilton Garden, said the job is an enormous accomplishment.
“It’s a major day for Waikiki, and a big day for the Hilton Garden Inn brand, on the island with the first Garden Inn,” Greenleaf said. “we’re very pleased with the beauty of the resort that our partners that are invested invested in.”
Guests will even have access to Holoholo Cafe, the hotel’s fitness centers and Marketplace and rooftop pool.
Greenleaf said the hotel’s comforts, easy shore access and location will provide a distinctive remaining encounter to guests.
Guests can rent a room at the Hilton Garden Inn for as low as $209 a night and officials say the resort’s present rate is priced below the business’s international average.
Visitors have a good deal to choose from when it comes to booking a resort in Waikiki but Greenleaf says he’s optimistic of the Hilton Garden Inn’s success.
“It’s a brand-new hotel but more important than that is the strength of the Hilton name,” Greenleaf said. “The Hilton has been long established the knowledge of the Hilton Garden Inn brand has a worldwide footprint and also here on Oahu.”
To date over one hundred room bookings are made.
The Hilton Garden Inn Waikiki Beach Resort is said to be the largest resort in its brand’s history with 623 entirely renovated rooms.