The Hukilau is back at Hyatt Regency Pier 66

Voted by our Villagers as “the best hotel” in our history!

The Hukilau is back at the Hyatt Regency Pier 66 - voted by our Villagers as “the best hotel” in our history! One of Fort Lauderdale's premiere sites, and rising 17 stories on the south end of Fort Lauderdale Beach, this great property dates back to 1956, the same year The Mai-Kai restaurant opened its doors 6 miles to the north.

With 30,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space for special events, Pier 66 has everything The Hukilau needs to host a stellar event. This will be the location for most activities and provide us with a tropical backdrop to our Polynesian Pop weekend!

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Room Rates

The room rates at The Hukilau 2017 are as follows and are available beginning Monday, June 5, 2017 through Monday, June 12, 2017:

Marina/Pool View Rooms: $129
Tower Balcony Rooms: $149
Tower Junior Suite: $169

*all room rates are based on Double Occupancy

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Room Type Info

Marina/Pool View Room
This room selection is located in a U shaped building with covered outdoor access. Each room has either a great view of the beautiful Marina (the Mercedes and Stranathan River) or the breathtaking palm lawn and pool - most have both!

Tower Rooms
This room selection will place you into the space age tower that was built in 1965! Each room has an incredible view of the ocean or intracoastal waterways of Fort Lauderdale.

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Food & Grog at the Hotel

There are several choices while staying on property at the hotel.

Mariners
Located just o the lobby, this is the 66’s breakfast spot. Open 6am - 11am, you’ll still be able to drink your Rum the night before and rise at your leisure to be in time for breakfast. They have a breakfast bu et or you can order from the menu.

The Lounge
Located in the Main Lobby, this is a great spot to have lunch or dinner. With lobster mac&cheese, burgers and other choices, they give a bit of variety. Open 11am - 11pm Sun-Thurs then 11am - 2am Friday - Saturday.

Pelican Landing

Located at the end of the Pier 66 Marina on the 2nd oor, overlooking the intracoastal waterway and downtown Fort Lauderdale skyline. This spot provides fresh tacos, smoked beef brisket sandwiches and other specialty items that will have you drooling! Open 11am - 11pm and a great place to watch the sunset!

Orchids Pool Bar
Located by the beautiful pool area, fresh sh dishes, salads and sandwiches are available from 11am - 5pm. The bar is open until 7pm. Sport your swimsuit and spend time by the pool while you enjoy some eats!

Hotel FAQ’s

How much is parking?

Hotel Guest:
$15 for overnight self-parking
$21 for overnight valet parking

Visitor:
$8 for the day

What time is Check In/Check Out?

Check In: Begins at 4pm Check Out: 12 Noon
Late Check out will be given on a case by case basis.

Early Departure: Guests departing early will be charged one nights room rate plus applicable taxes.

The 66 Cancellation Policy
You must cancel your reservation within 72 hours to avoid losing one night’s deposit placed at time of booking reservation.

Very Important: Please book your reservation through our online link that is provided HERE. If you must call to book your reservation, please be certain to mention The Hukilau in order to get our special rate. Their phone number is (954) 525-6666.

Directions

Address:
Hyatt Regency Pier 66 2301 SE 17th Street
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316

From the Mai-Kai:
Take US 1 South (take a right when you exit the Mai-Kai) and follow US 1 South until you get to 17th Street and take a left. The hotel will be located on the left once you cross the causeway. You can’t miss the Tower!

From the Airport:
The hotel is just 4 miles from the Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport. Once you exit the airport take all direct signs to US1 North/Fort Lauderdale. Take US 1 North and in less than one mile take a right on 17 Street. The hotel will be located on the left once you cross the causeway. You can’t miss the Tower!

From I-95:
Take Exit 24 to merge onto I-595 East towards Port Everglades/Fort Lauder- dale-Hollywood Int’l Airport. Take exit towards US1 North toward Fort Lauderdale. Take US 1 North and in less than one mile take a right on 17th Street. The hotel will be located on the left once you cross the causeway. You can’t miss the Tower!

The 66 History

The 66 was built on 22 acres adjacent to the port as a dock and marina by Phillips Petroleum (aka Phillips 66), hence the “66” moniker. In 1956, they built a roadside gas station and began planning what they coined as “The Pleasure Paradise”. In 1957, a marina with slips for 142 yachts was built on to the property followed by a 2 story hotel, restaurant and lounge in 1959.

But the site really gained notoriety (and its lasting iconic status) in 1965, when they planned a high rise! Despite a 15 story zoning limit by the city of Fort Lauderdale, the 17-story tower was erected. Containing 250 rooms, its signature touch was the penthouse, a mid-century modern space-age design that contained a rotating cocktail lounge which takes a spin every “66” minutes.