Marriott’s moderately-priced Courtyard by Marriott
brand will call Honolulu, Hawaii ‘home’ following the conversion in
mid-2009 of the 17-story Wyland Waikiki Resort & Spa into the 404-room
Courtyard by Marriott Waikiki Beach. The hotel will be operated under a
franchise agreement with Lodging Capital Partners LLC; Outrigger Hotels
& Resorts will manage the property.
The hotel currently offers
307 standard rooms and 96 one bedroom and one two-bedroom suites. It is
located at the corner of Lewers Street and Kuhio Avenue in Honolulu,
approximately a half-mile north of Waikiki Beach.
“The affiliation with Courtyard by Marriott brings an unmatched
global brand and distribution system to our hotel. We are excited about
our relationship with Marriott and the potential for the hotel’s
future,” said Steve Kisielica, principal, Lodging Capital Partners, LLC.
Accommodations at all Courtyard hotels offer plush bed and bath linens; distinctly
defined rest, work, relaxation and grooming areas; flat screen
television; high-speed internet and voice mail access; in room safe;
iron and ironing board and a coffee/tea maker.
For dining and
entertainment, the Courtyard by Marriott Waikiki Beach will have Spada,
an all-day casual restaurant serving breakfast and dinner daily; a
spacious, lobby bar and lounge and a coffee bar called Kimobean. For
those who prefer dining in their rooms, room service will be available.
For recreation, the hotel will offer Spa Pure for relaxation after a
day of conducting business or touring the local attractions, an outdoor
swimming pool, whirlpool and a fitness center. Additional amenities
include a business center, an entertainment room, a concierge and a
travel desk to assist with local touring and valet parking. For
conferences and social events, the hotel will feature 1,200 square-feet
of meeting space.
Recently, Courtyard by Marriott celebrated the
opening of its 800th hotel
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