Jun 21 - Jun 22
Stayed here after our wedding to relax and prepare for our reception a few days later. Beautiful vintage space in the heart of Waikiki. Staff was super friendly and helpful...we had a LOT of bags and wedding prep to take to and from our room to the car and they never grumbled! We were able to have ...
Jun 11 - Jun 12
Nice boutique hotel in good location. Bar scene is fun and bartenders are super nice. Things I did not like--window faced a parking garage and they charge $35 a day for resort fee. With this you get access to their tiny pool, a towel, shaved ice and flip flops. Not a good deal.
I have a good time here.I would come back her. Dan
Jun 1 - Jun 2
I liked the location, the park across the street, a beach area that wasn’t crowded. Walking distance to restaurants and shopping.
May 31 - Jun 1
The property is located just around the corner from the ocean and is also located next to an ABC store which to me was very important. We had a great stay and the room is comfortable and clean.
Clean. Friendly. Close proximity to a lot of things.
Jun 15 - Jun 16
Quaint hotel on the Ala wai Canal. Nice size rooms which are comfortable and clean. The staff and amenities are outstanding especially given the price point. The only drawback is that it is on a busy street and the noise level is high. Ear plugs are included in the room.
The room was smaller than I expected. I liked the bath robes and the ocean views.
May 30 - May 31
The location is awesome. Enjoyed the complimentary welcome “Aloha” drink. Room is clean, cool and relaxing. Mahalo
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