Overall everything was great! Love the pool area very relaxing.
Enjoyed my stay. One day this missed my room service but corrected it.
My first room was not very nice. The sink and bathtub faucets were extremely loose. They had a moldy rolled up bath mat in the corner of the bathtub and a dirty shower curtain. The curtains covering the balcony door were being held up by velcro and part of the curtains kept falling down. I also could ...
I loved the location and staff! Didn’t like that the toilet kept clogging, the bidet didn’t work and the room was falling apart (ripped wallpaper and drawers/closet smelled bad)
Convenient location, but traffic noise and very close to a cell tower.
Near airport with shuttle for early departure, no food venues at location
Nice place..a bit old..wish it had a pool.... enough already!!!
Staff was very helpful. The room and Facilities were very clean. Convenient location. Very good View.
Honolulu, the capital of the island state of Hawaii, is a tropical paradise. There is no doubt about it. With mile after mile of sandy beaches and plenty of outdoor adventure, Honolulu is an explorer’s utopia. This destination is also ideal for any four-legged family members you have. Your pet will love chasing down the island’s gorgeous shores and exploring beautiful scenes a little inland.
If you and your pet have bags of energy, you will love one of Honolulu’s hikes: try Koko Head if you are both feeling brave or Diamond Head Crater for some unmissable views of the city and surrounding island. Alternatively, if you would prefer something a little less taxing but just as beautiful, take the gentle hike to the spectacular Manoa Falls.
Of course, for a uniquely Hawaiian experience, you are going to want to head to the coast. You are never far from an exotic beach when you are in Honolulu. There are plenty of dog-friendly beaches for your furry friend to enjoy as well. A firm favorite is the huge white sand Waikiki Beach. Both you and your pet will love the island’s most famous beach. Your pet will be in its element chasing along the sands and you will be blown away by the gorgeous scenery, looked over by Diamond Head Crater!
If you are searching for something a bit more metropolitan, Honolulu is an ideal city for both you and your pet to explore. Kalakaua Avenue is the bustling center of Hawaii’s capital. Here, you can stock up on traditional souvenirs and enjoy Hawaiian delicacies at the restaurants lining the street. Best of all, a lot of these shops and restaurants are pet friendly and will gladly welcome you and your furry friend.