The iconic Waikiki Beach, Hawaii’s most famous attraction, is slowly disappearing. So, thankfully, the State of Hawaii approves funding to save Waikiki Beach. However, that means disruptions to beachgoers on the horizon.
The City & County of Honolulu needs more operating money, but raising taxes on residents is hard. So the solution could be indirectly taxiing visitors via a potential tax hike targeting Honolulu hotels.
This past Wednesday the Mrs. and I were invited to check out the new Breakout Waikiki escape room experience on Beachwalk. To be honest, this isn’t something I ever planned to do, but we had a lot of fun nonetheless!
On the final day of our Food Centric Staycation, we decided to sleep in a little. As a result, we wanted to get some brunch nearby. So, we decided to give the Herringbone Waikiki brunch a try.
In my opinion, the Turtle Bay Resort on Oahu’s North Shore is just ok. It feels dated and tired, though that may change soon because Turtle Bay to begin a massive renovation this year.
With Hyatt’s recent category adjustments, my expiring credit card certificate became good at the Hyatt Centric Waikiki. So, I decided to do a Hyatt Centric Waikiki Beach – Two Years Later staycation to see what’s changed.