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In general, all the good things you've read in other reviews are true. It's a great location, close to the beach and many bus routes... there's even a direct bus from the airport if you've only got carry-on luggage (can't take large luggage on the...More
I spent two nights here when visiting Honolulu for a weekend by myself.
The shared space was a great area to meet other travelers and the hostel offered a free breakfast that was pretty good.
The private room for two females had double sized bunk...More
Stayed here for a week with my friend and we had a good time! The kitchen is great (although the fridge is outside which is a bit weird) but the breakfast is good! The staff are super nice! Beds less nice (squeaky) but who really...More
lovely helpful staff, clean and fully equipped kitchen, clean rooms&bathroom, free breakfast. Only suggestion is to add some lockers to sharing dorms(6,7) there is availability to lock your stuff next to the reception but still .. anybody can access to this locker so doesn't really...More
Pretty late review, but it has to be done!
I stayed here from Jan 25th-30th, and out of the two others I stayed at, this was my favourite.
-Shared kitchen, easy to meet people
-Very central common area
-Good rules regarding personal items in...More
Response from apfsmith | Property representative |
At this time we do not have parking. In March we will add 1 0r 2 spaces that we were renting to our apartment tenants next door. These spaces will be on a first come first served basis until we can update our... More
At this time we do not have parking. In March we will add 1 0r 2 spaces that we were renting to our apartment tenants next door. These spaces will be on a first come first served basis until we can update our reservation system to handle this.
I recommend that guests not plan to rent a car for the duration of their stay.
Since hosteling involves, or should involve, interaction among guests it's not surprising that informal groups quite often form to share rental car rental and gas expense and impromptu trips to other parts of the Island.
Hope this answers your question,