Information and Booking
Hi all, we just wanted to give you some more details about the wedding and the group room rates at the Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach where the wedding and reception will be held. We have reserved a Waikiki View room block for the nights of January 2nd, 3rd, and 4th to check out on the morning of the 5th. The ceremony and reception will be on the 4th. Additionally, you may choose to stay longer post our contracted dates at the same rate for up to three additional nights (Checkout on January 8th) if you choose, however, the extended stay is subject to availability from the hotel.
Please use this link to book your stay: https://www.hyatt.com/en-US/group-booking/HNLRW/G-BOWD
If you experience any difficulty using this link please message Gianna or Jacob on Facebook the dates of your intended stay and we will add them to the room block.
The special group rate offered to us is as follows:
$279.00 USD per night for a single or double occupancy Waikiki View room
$335.00 USD per night for a single or double occupancy Ocean View room
$410.00 USD per night for a single or double occupancy Ocean Front View room
Third/fourth person charge: $105.00 per night (children ages 17 years and younger using existing bedding at no extra charge)
These rates do not include tax, which is 17.9% or the resort fee that is $25.00 per room per day.
$514.45 AUD incl. GST + resort fee per night for a single or double occupancy Waikiki View room
$610.42 AUD incl. GST + resort fee per night for a single or double occupancy Ocean View Room
$738.94 AUD incl. GST + resort fee per night for a single or double occupancy Ocean Front View room
Third/fourth person charge: $179.93 AUD incl. GST per night (children ages 17 years and younger using existing bedding at no extra charge)
The resort fee is not optional however, the resort fee comes with several amenities such as:
- Sunrise yoga/pilates class on pool deck (twice weekly)
- Use of beach toys for children
- Chromecast service for in-room television viewing
- Discounted surfing lessons and rental of beach equipment from Billabong
- Resort interactive cultural activities (ukulele lessons, flower lei making, hula lessons), daily conch shell blow, visits to the Hawaiian Music Hall of Fame, and weekly walking tour of local interests
- Re-usable Hyatt Regency Waikiki tote bag
- Use of beach amenities and chairs
- Biki Bike bicycle ride sharing service – one time credit of $4.00 per person (2 person maximum)
- Stayfit gym access
- Business center
- Two (2) re-usable souvenir Hyatt water bottles with water stations on each floor
- GO Pro usage
- Premium Wifi in guestrooms and public areas
- House slippers and personal amenity items pre-set in guest room
- In-room coffee and tea, replenished daily
- Long distance and international calls (up to 60 minutes) per day
- Access to incoming faxes
- Unlimited local and 1-800 telephone calls
- In-room safe
- Guest request texting
If this isn't suitable, that is no worries! There is lots of accommodation nearby as Waikiki beach has many hotels and AirB&B's.
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Tips and Tricks
Here is some additional information that you may need for your travels.
Y'all know it's all about a bargain. For flights I recommend Expedia or using an app like Hopper to track prices over time to get the best deal! We also booked rooms at the Hyatt Regency where we are getting married for convenience, but if this doesn't work for your party, we understand and there's a lot of other hotels and AirB&Bs nearby to choose from. If you choose to stay with us at the Hyatt we recommend booking well in advance as we only have a limited amount of rooms reserved, and once those rooms are filled staying at the Hyatt will be subject to availability from the hotel.
This part is for the Aussie guests 🇦🇺! In order to travel to the US, you will need both a passport and a visa. If you don't already have a passport, you can apply for one here. The visa needed for your particular visit to Hawaii is called an ESTA and it is $30.36AUD. You can apply for the ESTA here. In my experience, the ESTA usually comes through pretty quickly, however, to avoid unwanted stress, I'd advise applying for the ESTA at least 30 days before you travel. You'll have to go through United States immigration upon arrival in Hawaii where they'll check your passport and visa and you should have no stress there as long as you can present your return flight. Below you will find a few websites with additional information for traveling to Hawaii.