Additional Hospitality Projects

Ala Moana Hotel – Room Renovation  Gentry Development Sales Model Units: The Lofts, Del Verde, Breakers  Harbor Court Sales Model Units  Hawaiki Tower Development, Common Areas  Hawaiki Tower Sales Models  Hotel Grand Pacific – Guestroom Design Ka’anapali Ali’i – Fitness Center Facility  Ka’anapali Ali’i – Pool Facility Renovation   Ka’anapali Ali’i – Tower Entries & […]

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Sheraton Waikiki Suites

Location: Honolulu, HawaiiDate Completed: October 2013 Square Footage: 60,256 SF Construction Cost: $3 million  PROJECT SUMMARY: The Sheraton Waikiki Hotel is a premiere hotel located along the ocean in the heart of Waikiki. The hotel completed a major renovation to update the hotel’s branding which included the lobbies and common areas. The owners came to Next

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Royal Hawaiian Hotel

Location: Honolulu, Hawaii Date Completed: December 2010 Construction Cost: $4.4 million  PROJECT SUMMARY: Next Design completed the upgrade of 166 standard rooms, 11 suites and upper corridor and elevators located in the hotels Beach Tower. The suites are designed in a modern plantation style with a bit of Asian flare and also have complete bathroom

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Holiday Inn Express

Location: Honolulu, Hawaii Date Completed: July 2017 Square Footage: 225,400 SF PROJECT SUMMARY: The existing 43-story Maile Sky Court was renovated into the Holiday Inn Express and consisted of renovation to all the guestrooms and common areas, including the lobby, dining areas, recreational areas, and pool deck. Inspired by the sunsets, oceans, and lush forests

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‘Oli’oli Station

Client: JTB USA Location: Honolulu, Hawaii Date Completed: April 2016 Square Footage: 9,300 SF  PROJECT SUMMARY: ‘Oli ‘Oli Station and the JTB Hawaii Office relocated to Ala Moana Center Ewa Expansion. Their new space was designed to provide better circulation for their tour operations and maintaining the playful appeal through a variety of colors. Each

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