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31 Jan. - 1 Feb.
Good location with spacious rooms but thats where it stops. - elevators are slow and painful - not enough staff - pool area but no one uses it. - no room service - very limited breakfast choice Positives: Location - 2 mins to beach Starbucks coffee in the lobbt
2 Feb. - 3 Feb.
Really nice. Helpful staff, nice lobby with Starbucks. Room comfortable and clean
27 Jan. - 28 Jan.
The staff were very friendly, the housekeeping staff even changed all the bed linen daily.
20 Feb. - 21 Feb.
Great place for families and children... however found the restaurants and surrounding shops extremely over priced
3 Feb. - 4 Feb.
The proximity to the beach was great. The resort fee was expensive and a real turn off given much of it I couldn’t use
8 Feb. - 9 Feb.
Everything was excellent! perfect location! The staff and hotel were all wonderful. They really looked after us.
26 Jan. - 27 Jan.
Staff were polite and helpful, hotel was in an excellent position to all facilities
18 Feb. - 19 Feb.
The hotel is OK. Be prepared to wait in long lines to get the elevator to your room. Music begins poolside before 6 a.m. The music woke me each morning, even though I was on the 18th.floor. The hotel is surrounded by roads. It’s very noisy. You will hear car alarms, motorcycles and loud cars. The ...
31 Jan. - 1 Feb.
Arch shape pool was murky, not many options locally to diner late. Bathroom wasn’t cleaned properly. I found lots of long dark hair around the room, benches etc
The name means “sheltered bay”, but you can let it all hang out in Honolulu (well, most of you). Known for its beautiful beaches, glistening surfers and the biggest party scene in Hawaii, it’s an international hot spot for a dang reason.
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After repeatedly listening to Beyoncé tracks, it’s common to think of yourself as a queen (or king). So it’s only right to see what a real palace by the waves actually looks like. Make your way to ‘Iolani Palace, where Hawaii’s last monarch lived before the United States overthrew her kingdom (#rude). Fun fact for tipsy trivia night: it’s the only official palace in the United States.
After your visit, you might be hurting for some crown jewels, so go shopping in the Waikiki Beach area. You can wander through hundreds of stores and don’t worry—you’ll find more than puka shell necklaces (unless you’re still rocking that trend? No judgement). Plus, this area lights up at night as the de facto party zone. Word to the wise: you might want to pick a hotel in Honolulu close to this strip if you’re walking home in heels.
And if you want to walk off those mai tais in the a.m., a climb up the steep steps of Diamond Head should clear you up. If the view looks familiar, that’s because it often pops up on postcards. Who knows? You might even be able to see your Honolulu accommodation from up top.
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