Work on a six-month, $21 million renovation to the 17-story Diamond Head Tower at the Hilton Hawaiian Village in Waikiki wrapped up officially April 9.
Each of the tower’s 380 guestrooms and suites was refurbished, including new carpets, furnishings and flat-screen TVs, while the building’s corridors received new lighting, carpets and artwork.
The Diamond Head Tower lobby was also improved with new rugs and furnishings.
“The new Diamond Head tower is one of the best values on Oahu as far as accommodations go,” Jerry Gibson, area vice president for Hilton Hawaii, said in a statement. “It’s a new product with all the amenities of Waikiki’s only true destination resort — Hilton Hawaiian Village — in one of the most desired, oceanfront locations in Hawaii.”
The 22-acre Hilton Hawaiian Village fronts Duke Kahanamoku beach and is the largest resort in Waikiki, featuring more than 20 restaurants, bars and lounges along with more than 90 retail shops and services.