Hawaii Mom Blog: Best Western The Plaza Hotel Jets to New Heights with $2.5 Million Renovation






March 13, 2017

Best Western The Plaza Hotel Jets to New Heights with $2.5 Million Renovation

Image courtesy Outrigger Hotels & Resorts
Outrigger Hotels and Resorts today announced the completion of its multimillion dollar renovation at Best Western The Plaza Hotel. The refresh, clocking in $2.5 million, includes a complete room upgrade of the 274 guest rooms on property.

"It's critical that we invest in continuing to keep our properties operating at a high standard of quality," said Jim Heather, general manager of Best Western The Plaza Hotel. "We are committed to providing a superior experience to our guests who choose to stay at Best Western The Plaza Hotel and are pleased we have been able to renovate the property to create a 'home away from home' for our guests."

The warm amber and terra cotta ambiance of the interior of the rooms, combined with the sleek furniture and in-room electronics, make for a truly reinvigorated property that will appeal to many guests. The rooms now boast stronger, more reliable Wi-Fi for better connections, a new suite of HD channels available on in-room television, and extra outlets on the phone and lamps - all designed to increase ease, connectivity and overall guest experience.

Located half a mile from the Honolulu International Airport, Best Western The Plaza Hotel is convenient for both business and leisure travel. Signature features of the property include its pet-friendly accommodations, free Wi-Fi, swimming pool, fitness center, free shuttle service to the airport and its on-site restaurant, Plaza Café, which serves breakfast daily and dinner Friday-Monday.

Best Western The Plaza Hotel's meeting and banquet facilities can now seat up to 170 and guests can earn Best Western Reward Points with qualifying stays.

Best Western The Plaza Hotel is convenient to popular destinations, such as glistening beaches, green parks and beautiful universities. The Pearl Harbor USS Arizona Memorial and the Join Base Pearl Harbor - Hickam are nearby, as are the Moanalua Gardens, Central Oahu Regional Park Aloha Stadium. Corporate travellers enjoy close proximity to the federal and state offices in downtown Honolulu, as well as Campbell Industrial Park and the Chevron and Tesoro Refineries. The property is also located just eight miles from the University of Hawaii at Manoa and five miles from Hawaii Pacific University.

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