The Regency on Beachwalk Waikiki by Outrigger brings fresh contemporary style into the heart of Waikiki.
Each one- and two- bedroom condominium features finely-crafted furniture, custom hard wood flooring, floor to ceiling windows, beautifully appointed kitchens and dining area, air conditioning, flat screen televisions, pampering bathrooms with walk in-shower, spacious tiled lanais with city or partial ocean views and complimentary high speed internet access. The Regency on Beachwalk Waikiki by Outrigger also features three on-property restaurants, a sundry store and is steps away from Waikiki beach.
Regency on Beachwalk Waikiki by Outrigger’s location is ultra convenient. A few steps take you to the exciting Waikiki Beach Walk® promenade where venues offer an array of enticing shops and restaurants. Impressive Kalakaua Avenue, Waikiki's fashion mile of luxury brands -- Burberry, Tiffany & Co., Yves St. Laurent, Gucci, Prada, and Louis Vuitton - is in your immediate surroundings. Stroll to the sparkling sands of Waikiki Beach, only minutes away.
With only 48 units, Regency on Beachwalk Waikiki by Outrigger ensures a private, privileged "boutique" experience amidst all the pleasures of Waikiki.
Best parts: location, parking was easy, ABC store and 7-11 nearby, free pog juice in the afternoons, near a good farmer’s market, luggage storage, hot water
Not so great: uncomfortable couch, chipped paint, no daily housekeeping, no recycle bins, no beach towel drop-off, no brochures or info on activities, no little extras like free waters, flowers, concierge
Pool and beach access was at sister hotel down the street where we later had to drop off the towels. $400 in parking and cleaning charges for just 3 nights.
In a word, disappointing
Jan 29, 2020
I stayed 3 nights in a 2BR / 1 BA in Jan 2020 and am writing this review from the unit.
This is priced as a hotel but functions like an average or below average vacation rental site unit.
The good: the location is convenient to both Waikiki and Hilton Hawaiian Village, the sister hotel has nice amenities, and the living room seating area is cozy.
The bad: 1) the windows are paper thin, which matters because our 2nd floor room is across from a parking garage and every car that exits creates a pedestrian warning siren, all day and all night!, 2) the overall feel is unrenovated, like 3) the bathroom is NOTHING like the photos on TripAdvisor; bizarre sink that is huge flat and has a faucet 1.5 inches from the basin; shower is just a hand spray hung on one wall, with a soap tray screwed in with two drywall anchors, 4) the second bedroom uses sliding screens for privacy which sounds okay until you realize the A/C unit is in the living room, not the bedroom, and you can't leave the bedroom windows open because of the bleeping beeping from the parking garage next door so the second bedroom is just part of the living room, 5) 1 of 2 elevators out of order, not a big deal for our second floor room, but the tools and warning signs made the lobby feel sad too
You can do better, especially for the cost