The "First Lady of Waikiki" is undergoing her next rebirth on June 1, 2007 as the Sheraton Moana Surfrider is officially re-branded as the Moana Surfrider, A Westin Resort. The resort is undergoing a complete transformation. It will be the first Westin property on the island of Oahu.
On June 1, 2007, guests will enter a revitalized lobby featuring hardwood floors, new furniture and lighting fixtures. Work is already underway to prepare all of the Moana’s guestrooms with Westin’s signature Heavenly Bed® and Heavenly Bath® amenities, as well as new flat-screen televisions by the June transformation date. Upgrades to guestrooms in the historic Banyan Wing are also planned for later this year.
Waikiki’s first and only beachfront spa will open in the Moana in early 2008. The new spa will feature 14 treatment rooms, including two couple’s massage rooms and a 1,400 square foot Westin Workout® Powered by Reebok fitness facility.
In addition, the resort will offer Westin’s signature Service Express program and a new Westin Kids Discovery Club. In the evening, guests can decompress during Westin’s new take on happy hour - "Unwind: A Westin Evening Ritual."
The spacious courtyard, new outdoor tables, chairs and umbrellas in the updated beachfront Banyan Court will invite guests to relax under the shade of the hotel’s historic banyan tree, while the Moana’s signature Banyan Veranda restaurant is poised to launch a stylish, new concept and exciting menu.
Read more about the Moana Surfrider, A Westin Resort.