I stayed at this property in December, and can't wait until I return! Front Desk: The hotel seems to cater to many tourists (duh), so the lines can be long. Out of the corner of my eye, I noticed the Platinum/Diamond line, which had an associate that was ready to help the next elite customer. Instead of waiting for fifteen minutes in the regular line, we were checked-in and walking to the elevators, in just five minutes. The agent at the desk upgraded us to an Ocean View King, while the other couple with me got the Penthouse Suite. The agent also gave us the Diamond amenity cards, which had some good choices.. A very nice fruit & wine basket was left in both rooms, as well as a hand-written note from the hotel manager. Ocean View King: The Ocean View King is an excellent room. As you can see from the photos below, you have a great view of Waikiki Beach, as well as Diamond Head. The room was nicely decorated, and the bed had amazing pillows (better than most Hyatt properties). The bathroom was a bit small, but adequate for just one or two people. Portico soaps and lotions were included, and seemed a bit nicer than the normal soaps and lotions. Penthouse Suite: After opening the door, I could tell that this would be a very nice room! Penthouse opens to a very large living room, complete with a small bathroom, bar area, large deck, couches, Bose sound system, and a table that was big enough for ten FTers to share wine/fruit The living room included a very nice, flat-panel HDTV, as well as one of the top-quality Bose sound systems, complete with a large selection of DVDs & CDs. The hotel also provided an iPod dock. With the bar area, there was a nice refrigerator, that included complimentary bottles of Hawaiian water. We were also given an Espresso machine, microwave, and some silverware. While I did not sleep in the Penthouse, the bedroom did look very nice. The bathroom was huge, and included the upgraded soaps and lotions. The bathroom also included a wall-mounted, flat panel TV. Living Room (sorry for the bad quality! We were so engaged with checking out the room, that I forgot to get a few more photos) Master Bathroom Master Bedroom Regency Club: The Regency Club is located on the 40th floor of the Ewa tower. While the lounge is small (converted Penthouse suite), they are currently building a new lounge on the third floor of the Ewa tower. Unfortunately, the lounge will loose the great ocean views, but it will be able to accommodate more guests. For breakfast, the RC has a very nice spread. Juices, tea, as well as coffee/espresso are available. They also had a nice spread of fruit, toast, muffins, and scones, as well as my personal favorite, Lox! The staff in the RC are amazing. From helping you get a rental car, to giving recommendations of local restaurants.. They can't be beat! Restaurant: I'm blanking on the name of the hotel restaurant near the pool deck, but I would recommend them. Included in our stay was free breakfast, so that was a very good deal. There was a buffet that you could peruse, as well as a large menu (Eggs Benedict, etc) to order from. I went with the buffet, which included everything from teriyaki chicken and rice, eggs, sausage, ham, various fruits, muffins, scones, bread, and some pork items. Very good food. Overall: I'd highly recommend this hotel! From the outstanding front-desk staff, to the great atmosphere of the RC. This hotel is a great option for Waikiki!