Management Team Announced for Aqua Waikiki Tides


Aqua Hotels & Resorts has a new management team in place at the Aqua Waikiki Tides, formerly named Aqua Honolulu Prince. Lynette Eastman is the new area general manager.

Eastman will oversee the financial performance of the 247-room Aqua Waikiki Wave and 135-room Aqua Waikiki Tides hotels. Eastman has been with Aqua since 2006 when she was hired as general manager of Aqua Coral Reef Hotel. Prior to joining Aqua, Eastman spent over 20 years with Aston/ResortQuest Hawaii.

Paul Kalei Lyman has been chosen hotel manager. Lyman oversees the daily operations of the hotel including front office, housekeeping and maintenance. Prior to joining Aqua, he was hotel assistant manager at Kahala Hotel and Resort. Lyman has been in the hotel industry for the past eight years and worked in various management positions including front office manager at Waikiki Joy Hotel and rooms division manager at ResortQuest Waikoloa Colony Villas on Hawaii’s Big Island.

Michael Singh is guest services manager. He’ll oversee front desk operations at Aqua Waikiki Tides. Singh has been with Aqua Hotels since March 2008. He has been in the hotel industry for over five years and, most recently, was a guest service agent at Aston Honolulu Prince Hotel.
Evelyn Shiroma is adding sales manager for Aqua Waikiki Tides to her current position as sales manager for Aqua Waikiki Wave. She will be responsible for generating sales and securing business for both properties. She has 20 years experience in management, supervision and customer relations including work at ResortQuest Waikiki Beach Hotel, Hyatt Regency Waikiki Resort and Spa, Outrigger Waikiki Hotel and Bally’s Hotel and Casino Resort in Las Vegas.

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