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Renaissance Honolulu Hotel & Spa to open across Ala Moana

The Renaissance Honolulu Hotel & Spa, located across from Ala Moana Center, opens Wednesday after a $505 million from-the-ground-up investment that is expected to enliven the district and fill gaps in Oahu’s hotel market.
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Lead navigator Quintin Griffith at the Renaissance Honolulu Hotel & Spa's Discovery Center in the lobby. The 39-story tower has 187 rooms and suites and 112 residences.
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General manager Matt Grauso is silhouetted against the penthouse view.
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One of the penthouse bedrooms and its view.
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The penthouse view towards Diamond Head with the historic Pan Am building directly in the middle between Makaloa Street and Kapiolani Boulevard.
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General manager Matt Grauso shows the kitchen in one of the guest rooms at the hotel.
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The men's ofuro with a cold plunge pool at its end.
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The lap pool at the pool and sky deck.
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A view of the pool and sky deck.
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Kelly Sanders, left, is president of Highgate's Hawaii Group and Matt Grauso is general manager of the Renaissance Honolulu Hotel & Spa.
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Matt Grauso is general manager of the Renaissance Honolulu Hotel & Spa.
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The Renaissance Honolulu Hotel & Spa entry signage is reflected upon photographs by Hirsohi Sugimoto.
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Kelly Sanders is president of Highgate's Hawaii Group.
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Signage at the entrance of the new hotel.

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