The Hilton Hawaiian Village in Waikiki completed an eight-month, $45 million renovation of its iconic Rainbow Tower.
The tower’s top-floor Duke Kahanamoku and Niumalu suites received $1 million in upgrades.
The 44-year-old tower — known for its 286-foot ceramic-tile rainbow mosaic — received upgrades to all 800 of its guestrooms. Rooms got new bathrooms, fixtures, furnishings and carpet.
The upgrades are part of an ongoing effort to bring the resort up to date. Last month, Hilton Hawaiian Village received approval from the Honolulu City Council for a $760 million expansion.
The expansion includes the addition of 550 timeshare units, more swimming pools and more parking and retail space.
Hilton Hawaiian Village includes seven towers. The development has 16 restaurants and more than 90 shops.
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