Sink your toes in the legendary sands of Waikiki Beach, hike Diamond Head, walk to the Honolulu Zoo or the Waikiki Aquarium. Awaken your adventurous side with surfing lessons on Waikiki’s historic waves, hit the island’s spectacular fairways, or discover Hawaii's history at Pearl Harbor and Iolani Palace. All of these exciting activities are available from our incredible location.
Experience authentic Hawaiian heritage and learn about Hawaiian culture at our Ho’okela Culture Center. Daily Ukulele and lei making classes, along with story-telling & historical Walking Tours available.
Libation Exploration Cocktails
Learn how to make a mai tai or one of our signature cocktails. Join us at our Libation Exploration Cocktail Class on the 3rd Floor of our Ewa Tower at our Swim Ocean Bar & Restaurant every Monday from 3:30 – 4:00 PM
Culinary Fresh Lab
Learn about Poke, Lomi Lomi Salmon or how to make a Musubi every Wednesday & Saturday at the SHOR Breakfast Buffet on the 3rd Floor of our Diamond Head tower at 4:00 PM
Enjoy complimentary Yoga Classes every Tuesday and Thursday at our Pool Terrace from 7:30 – 8:30 AM. Arrive early as space is limited up to forty guests.
Visit the Moniz Surf School at the Billabong Store at the resort for surf lessons. Take advantage of a 190 minutes lesson for individuals or groups of up to 4 people. Lessons are daily at 9 AM, 11 AM, 1 PM and 3 PM. The Moniz Surf School also provides Surfboard Rentals and Boogie Beaters. For more information, please feel free to check out faithsurfschool.com.
See the sights of Hawaii from a fish’s point of view! This underwater adventure is an exciting way to explore marine life.
Glide across the Pacific Ocean on an outrigger canoe for a fun water activity the whole family will enjoy.
Cruise on a luxurious catamaran for a first-class tour of the beautiful waters outside our resort.
The Pualeilani Atrium Shops
The Pualeilani Atrium Shops at Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort and Spa boast superb world-class shopping, over three levels of unique one-of-a-kind boutiques and specialty stores encircling the open-air Great Hall Atrium.
To discover the rich culture behind the beautiful landscapes of Hawaii, pay a visit to the Polynesian Cultural Center. The top paid attraction in Hawaii, the Polynesian Cultural Center introduces visitors to local customs and history through canoe pageants, traditional lu’aus, and seven authentic villages, each of which represents a distinctive South Pacific culture.
America’s only royal residence was built in 1882 on the site of the earlier palace. It contains the thrones of King Kalakaua and his successor (and sister) Queen Lili’uokalani. The guided tour includes a showcase of the royal jewelry and a glimpse behind the scenes at the palace kitchen and the offices of the monarchy. Reservations required.
This 8,000 square-foot branch of Hawaii's premier cultural archive illuminates life in Waikiki through the years. Founded in 1889 by Charles R. Bishop as a memorial to his wife, Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop, the museum began as a repository for the royal possessions of this last direct descendant of King Kamehameha the Great.
The summit of this 760-foot extinct volcanic peak offers 360 degree views of Oahu. Once used as a military fortification – the views extend from Waikiki and Honolulu in one direction and out to Koko Head in the other. On a clear day, you can even see the outlines of Maui and Molokai from this vantage point. There is a ¾ mile trail to hike to the summit.
If you love sea dwellers – this is the place to visit. Over 2,500 organisms and 420 species of Hawaiian and South Pacific marine life are protected and nurtured here. Endangered Hawaiian monk seals, sharks, and the only chambered nautilus living in captivity are just some of the denizens of the deep you’ll encounter. The Edge of the Reef exhibit showcases five different types of reef environments found along Hawaiian shorelines.
The exterior wall of a volcanic crater collapsed, opening it to the sea, which gave birth to Oahu’s most famous snorkeling destination. The picturesque bay is horseshoe shaped and the aqua blue water is so clear you can easily see the coral reefs. To preserve the area, visitors are required to go through the Bay’s Education Center before trekking down to the Bay.
You'll get a panoramic view of the windward side of Oahu from this perch. Which is probably why this is the site of a historic battle between King Kamehameha I and Kalanikupule, chief of Maui and Oahu. In 1795, Kamehameha's men drove Kalanikupule's forces over the edges of the 1,000-foot-high cliffs, and won the decisive battle for control of Oahu.