The Residences at Waikiki Beach Tower are Now Open

The Residences at Waikiki Beach Tower are Now Open

Aqua-Aston announced the opening of The Residences at Waikiki Beach Tower. The oceanfront resort closed temporarily to make way for a multi-million renovation project. Located just a couple of steps from Waikiki Beach, it offers a beautiful view of the beach and the city.

 

Formerly known as Aston Waikiki Beach Tower, The Residences at Waikiki Beach Tower has four residences on each floor. Each unit has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, separate dining and living areas, a full kitchen, and a balcony.

 

The design of the residences changed after the major renovation project. The designers changed the layout, added mango wood accents, and new furniture. The kitchens were inspired by the work areas of professional chefs.

 

Aqua-Aston Hospitality invested millions of dollars in public spaces that include an open-air deck that overlooks the beach from the resort’s fourth floor. The recreation deck has a motion studio, shower facilities, and a fitness center. The Residences at Waikiki Beach Tower also features shaded cabanas, lounge seating, sunset deck, children’s pool, and a jet spa.

 

Aside from improving the facilities, guests should also expect better high-end services. The resort offers in-room spa services, airport transfers, and family services. Guests can also opt for ukulele and hula lessons during their stay in the resort.

 

Booking a unit at The Residences at Waikiki Beach Tower is perfect for families or a large group. It has all the amenities for all ages. It is also easy to save on food because of the full kitchen. The staff is polite and helpful. They make sure guests enjoy their stay in the resort.    

 

Since its re-opening, The Residences at Waikiki Beach Tower remains one of the most popular hotels in the area. Make sure you book early, especially during peak seasons.

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