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Sheraton Waikiki Welcomes Visitors After $200 Million Renovation

HONOLULU, Hawaii— The Sheraton Waikiki recently completed a multi-year, $200 million room renovation at its oceanfront resort along Waikiki Beach. With views of Diamond Head and Waikiki, Sheraton Waikiki sets the scene by the sea and is an ideal home base for travelers visiting Oahu.

The Sheraton Waikiki offers more than 75,000 square feet of function space and 16 contemporary meeting rooms. At 26,400 square feet, the Hawai’i Ballroom is the largest single event space and can be separated into four separate event rooms.

Resort Transformation

The Sheraton Waikiki has undergone a major renovation of all 1,636 rooms and suites. The transformation project brought significant aesthetic and functional upgrades to guest rooms, suites, hallways and elevator landings on guest floors, function spaces, and retail experiences. Reconfiguring guest room amenities and providing a tailored, curated closet and refreshed tower provided much-needed organization and order, with washlets also added in each room. Nearly 80 percent of guest rooms and suites at the property offer ocean and Diamond Head views, and extending the functional space into the balcony with daybeds and worktables further enhances guest access and connection to the views.

Sheraton Waikiki features more than 130 suites in its Suite Collection – ranging from oversized rooms with three double beds up to suites that can accommodate six people. The reconfigured Ohana Suite is the ultimate suite for families, featuring two bedrooms, two baths, two lanais (balconies), a living room, dining table and pull-out sofa.

“We’re thrilled with the results of the renovations and are beyond excited for our guests to experience the beauty, comfort and aloha spirit that the Sheraton Waikiki offers,” said Area General Manager and Managing Director Tom Calame.

Award-Winning Commitment to Sustainability

Sheraton Waikiki is LEED Gold Certified and was the first hotel in Hawai’i to offer EV charging stations. The hotel features water refill stations, smart timer irrigation systems, indigenous plant species used for landscaping, and recycling of all green waste. Hotel guest rooms have also been optimized for sustainability with smart thermostats, recycled paper products, LED lights, green cleaning chemicals, linen reuse options for guests, and more. The Sheraton Waikiki also works closely with event planners to ensure sustainability goals are met.

For nearly 25 years, the Waikiki Collection properties, which includes the Sheraton Waikiki, have been pioneers in sustainable practices with the implementation of various energy-efficient projects since the late 1990s. All three hotels are LEED certified with Sheraton Waikiki and The Royal Hawaiian Gold Certified, and Waikiki’s oldest hotel, the 122-year-old Moana Surfrider, A Westin Resort and Spa, is LEED certified.

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