Hyatt Regency Waikiki Resort and Spa


Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii, United States


Hyatt Regency Waikiki Resort and Spa offers a variety of green attributes as detailed below. In order to appear on our site, a hotel must possess at least 10 green attributes, so this puts Hyatt Regency Waikiki Resort and Spa in good company. The more green features a hotel has, the higher the green leaf rating up to a maximum of seven green leaves. To get more information on Hyatt Regency Waikiki Resort and Spa and to book a room at the best Internet prices, just click on the orange Website button above! Why book direct?

Green Attributes
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  • Air
  • Allergies
  • Fresh Air
  • Environmental Cleaning
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Education
  • Educate Guests to "green"
  • Educate Staff to "green"
  • Participate in Green Program(s)
  • Promote "greenness" in PR
  • Donating to Charity
  • Energy
  • Alternative Energy
  • Maintenance for Conservation
  • Energy Conservation
  • Food
  • Organic Food Served
  • Eco-friendly Food Served
  • Solid Waste
  • Bulk Soap & Amenities
  • Compostable Disposables
  • Composting
  • Durable Service Items
  • Guestroom Recycling Bins
  • Hotel Recycling Bins
  • Newspaper Program
  • Recyclable Disposables
  • Supplemental
  • Additional Green Features
  • Towels and Sheets
  • Cotton Towels/Sheets
  • Sheet Program
  • Towel Program
  • Water
  • Water Conservation
  • Xeric Garden
  • Gray-Water Recycling
  • Extras
  • Conference Center/Rooms
  • Transportation
  • Fitness Center
  • Internet


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We enjoyed our time at the Hyatt Waikiki. The staff were attentive and friendly, the spaces were clean and the location was perfect.

The green plant on the desk set a tone of vibrant and alive for us that was supported with their environmental statement of changing sheets and towels every three days during our stay.

But, oops -- our sheets and towels were changed, despite hanging our towels up for reuse. We locked them out of our room the second day, until we could talk to management about the problem. When we did talk to management we learned they change the sheets on given days, or every three days, or something -- but it had nothing to do with your stay when they changed them. We were told that they couldn't keep track of when we arrived to know when to start the 3-day sheet/towel change. When asked if they kept track of when I left I was assured they did do that. So, why won't they keep track of when guests arrive and honor the promise they make by the bed? The manager went on to assure us they have an environmental attitude, after all they use CFLs to save energy. Sheesh. This feels like lip service to me.

Speaking of housekeeping: it's variably effective. When we checked in there was already a water bottle in the trash. At least they removed it after our first night. But the single-brew decaf packet wasn't renewed, leaving us to call for one in the morning.

The wastebaskets were lined with a durable plastic so they were easy to clean and landfills aren't burdened with more plastic.The fabric shower was lined with a vinyl curtain, detracting from our fresh air.

Lamps had CFLs and the AC thermostat was set warm enough to not be energy wasteful.

January 20008

The sequel to my discussion with the management about their not-honored environmental program of towels and sheets was we took the "Do Not Disturb" sign off our door so we could get the candy at turn-down service. I was worried they would change out our hung towels, but thought better of it after the manager had told me they want to be green. Man, was I optimistic! They changed our towels while we were out to dinner!! How disgusting.

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