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Walking from Park Shore Waikiki to Hyatt Regency Waikiki OR

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Walking from Park Shore Waikiki to Hyatt Regency Waikiki OR

walking from Holiday Inn Waikiki Beach to the Hyatt Regency Waikiki, which is a shorter walk? How long will it take to walk from one hotel to the other? Will it be uncomfortably hot (in June) or do you feel the ocean breeze along Kalakaua Ave?

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1. Re: Walking from Park Shore Waikiki to Hyatt Regency Waikiki OR

Vacation-Loca, to clarify, there is no Holiday Inn Waikiki Beach. History for Holiday Inns has been as follows: Holiday Inn Waikiki across the Ilikai Hotel, up to a couple of years ago and Holiday Inn Waikiki Beach Hotel (Now Aston Waikiki Beach), many moons ago.

Present Holiday Inn in Waikiki is now Holiday Inn Waikiki Beachcomber Hotel, next to International Market Place. Walk from the present Holiday Inn to the Hyatt Regency Ewa Tower is approximately 5 minutes. A nice walk.

Hope this helps

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2. Re: Walking from Park Shore Waikiki to Hyatt Regency Waikiki OR

sorry, walk from Park Shore Hotel on Kapahulu will be 3x the distance from Holiday Inn Waikiki Beachcomber. You get a better walk with beach scenery from Park Shore Hotel.

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3. Re: Walking from Park Shore Waikiki to Hyatt Regency Waikiki OR

While it is shorter from Beachcomber to Hyatt, there is about a 2 minute difference.

3-5 minute walk from Beachcomber to Hyatt depending on catching stoplights, compared to a couple extra minutes from Park Shore.

Certainly not a deal breaker.

A 3-5 minute walk vs a 5-7 minute walk does not make much difference.

Not enough distance to matter.

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4. Re: Walking from Park Shore Waikiki to Hyatt Regency Waikiki OR

Thanks so much for your help. Yes, it is the Holiday Inn Beachcomber that I meant (I'm trying to find an up-to-date map that shows current hotel names). It looks like the Park Shore is a good choice for beach access and the Holiday Inn Beachcomber is about a block from beach access (since there are other hotels between Kalakaua and the beach). Is it okay to cut through other resort properties to get to the beach?

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5. Re: Walking from Park Shore Waikiki to Hyatt Regency Waikiki OR

This hotel map is current:

www.discounthotelshawaii.com/waikikimap.html

Straight across the street from Beachcomber, there is a public beach access sidewalk.

It is right next to Cheesecake Factory.

And yes, you can also cut through hotels. No one will know if you are a guest or someone shopping or someone just passing through.

By the way, you can also get a restaurant map from the above link.

Edited: 11 February 2012, 16:22
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6. Re: Walking from Park Shore Waikiki to Hyatt Regency Waikiki OR

Just what I needed! Thanks dusty56438!

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