Embassy Suites Hotels and Outrigger Enterprises Group have announced the opening of the Embassy Suites Hotel-Waikiki Beach Walk.The hotel is a part of the Waikiki Beach Walk retail and entertainment complex, located in the heart of Waikiki, on the island of Oahu.
Embassy Suites Hotels-Waikiki Beach Walk is owned by Outrigger Enterprises Group and is Hawaii’s first all-suite, upscale hotel. The 22-story, two-tower hotel is connected by a vast Grand Lanai with a true Hawaiian ‘sense of place.’ The hotel offers true Hawaiian hospitality in a modern, upscale setting. This new hotel caters to families looking for Hawaiian adventure, couples looking to share a romantic, Hawaiian sunset and friends looking for delicious meals, unique shopping and plenty of fun.
“The opening of this new hotel is an exciting event for the Embassy Suites Hotels brand,” said Jim Holthouser, senior vice president, Embassy Suites brand management. “We’re thrilled to have a hotel in our cache that caters toward the leisure traveler unlike any other hotel in our brand, but can also service the business traveler. This allows us to be really creative in our offerings and provide amenities, services and activities that will make Embassy Suites one of the best hotels on the island!”
This extraordinary hotel experience will begin at the porte-cochere with valet parking services. Guests will walk through a large, open, fresh entrance-hall where they will be welcomed with a complimentary, Hawaiian beverage. After taking in the moment and feeling relaxation begin to wash over them, guests will proceed to a casual check-in pod where an Embassy Suites representative will provide information on the hotel and direct them to the activities desk where the activities concierge can discuss the activities and many options available through the hotel. Luggage will be whisked to one of the spacious one-bedroom or two-bedroom suites with separate living area, two flat screen televisions, deluxe bedding, complimentary high-speed Internet access and spectacular views. Each night a new surprise will be left in guests’ rooms, providing a story about Hawaiian culture and traditions.
“We are excited for guests to experience this wonderful, new, all-suite hotel,” said Bob Yeoman, the hotel’s general manager. “We’ve put our heart and soul into the details of the hotel and want to make sure that each guest has the best experience possible. We’re looking forward to welcoming each and every guest in the New Year.”