Pacific Beach Hotel has unveiled its $115m redevelopment plan of the Waikiki hotel.
Design and architectural firms Rockwell Group, WATG and Pacific Asia Design Group have been hired to support the redevelopment plan.
Following redevelopment, the hotel will be known as Alohilani Resort at Waikiki Beach honouring Hawaii’s last reigning monarch, Queen Liliuokalani.
Pacific Beach Hotel general manager Rob Robinson said: “Our team is delighted with the opportunity to welcome guests to an all-new experience next year.
“We are committed to honoring our unique history and the Hawaiian culture in a thoughtful and authentic way which will serve as the foundation for everything that we do; from our cultural programming to our elevated levels of service.”
The hotel will feature Hawaiian style with a fresh aesthetic to offer a modern beach house ambiance
Natural materials, including wood, stone and concrete, and a tone-on-tone palette of white and beige, accented by hues of blues and greens, will create a light, airy guest environment.
The plans for the hotel’s public spaces include a reimagined hotel exterior and lobby that will feature an open floor plan, new guest services and concierge areas, lobby bar, an arrival lounge, as well as a business and education centre.
Image: Following redevelopment, the hotel will be known as Alohilani Resort at Waikiki Beach. Photo: Business Wire.