Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort & Spa 

A prime location opposite Waikiki’s beach

Hyatt’s lofty views, crisp décor and endless facilities make this a popular choice for a Honolulu holiday.

Standing tall on Kalakaua Avenue overlooking the shores of Waikiki beach, take advantage of the birds-eye views and enviable location close to so many of Waikiki’s highlights. With its own shopping mall, luxurious spa facilities and a pool overlooking the Pacific Ocean, there's plenty to see and do here.

Why we love Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort & Spa

  • If you fancy some retail therapy, the Pualeilani Atrium Shops are part of the resort

  • Unwind with a pampering treatment at the Na Ho‘ola Spa

  • Twice a week there is a farmers' market held in the atrium, a great chance to try some local produce

  • Feeling active? Why not hike to the summit of Diamond Head where dramatic views await.

4.5 stars
17¼ hours to Honolulu


  • Restaurants & bars
  • Spas & wellness
  • Activities
  • Diving & Watersports
  • Sustainability

Breakfast is served at SHOR, whilst lunch can be taken at SWIM the poolside restaurant. In the evening, dinner is served at Buffet by Hyatt where there is a wide selection on offer from seafood delights to Korean barbecue dishes.

The Buffet at Hyatt
Maximise your dining choices with a visit to the vast buffet at the open-air restaurant overlooking Waikiki Beach.

Overlooking the beach, start your day with breakfast at SHOR.

The poolside restaurant serving drinks and snacks with live music in the evenings.

Located in the hotel's open-air atrium, further dining options are available at the Pualeilani Atrium Shops, Here you will find Kai Coffee, Furusato Sushi, Il Gelato, Kirin Restaurant, Hawaii and Tucker & Bevvy.

Between days at the beach and exploring Oahu, escape to the Nā Ho‘ōla Spa where the healing powers of Hawaiian traditional treatments will leave you feeling pampered. Unwind as you watch the waves on Waikiki beach as you enjoy an hibiscus body scrub or a sunflower oil massage.

Learn about Hawaii's rich heritage with a visit to Ho'okela Hawaiian Cultural Center or take the hike to the summit of Diamond Head for 360-degree views.

The pool overlooks over the beach and private cabanas can be rented for the day. Explore the coast by catamaran or in a tandem kayak, surf a wave or go snorkelling in the calmer waters of Kaimana Beach.

Through its green initiatives, re-usable water bottles are provided for use at the water stations, produce is sourced locally to reduce the carbon footprint and due its central location, guests are encouraged to walk or use Honolulu's bike share scheme to get around.