I'll start with the positive.It wasn't a terrible place to stay.The ladies at the front desk were very nice as were all the small shops located in the hotel.The ABC store was my favorite place,everyone was nice and the store had everything you may have forgotten,plus all the great trinkets,shirts,food and snacks.We were on the 17th floor tower.It was clean & we had a nice view of the beach(which had construction equipment everywhere).they were pumping sand onto the beach & they had dump trucks running on the beach out front. It's very noisy even with the sliding door closed just because it's a city! sirens,people ,cars. We had a fridge,safe box(not charged for using)coffee pot with coffee & tea.bathroom had hair dryer,soaps,shampoo.no fan or heater though. You wouldnt think you'd want a heater in the room but it was cool at night & heater didnt work.As far as housekeeping I believe they clean the rooms of the people who are leaving that day then come back to others who are staying on longer.As it were ,they usually didn't get to our floor until 3-4pm. Since I didn't need my room cleaned everyday I would find them in the hall and ask for just towels,you only have enough towels for the day,If you have kids you might not have enough though.They were very nice about it .Also on the second floor is a guest travel service,she was very nice in helping us figure out which bus we needed to go to Ala Mona mall. The pool & hot tub were small outdoors & usually crowded.There is adequate laundry facility on the roof ,.We got vouchers for the restaurant for breakfast.The food was just horrible.they had american version & asian version of food to choose from.Don't eat the eggs! but they have fresh fruit,bagels,toast,french toast,muffings etc. There's a mcdonalds close by with spam & eggs option,plus the normal menu.A starbucks is about 2 blocks down by the zoo side,also a burger king . We usually ate at maui taco at the food court at the royal hawaiian center.It's a mall and on the second floor is a food court.Also a KFC on the street of Ka 'iulani if you want reasonable priced foods.You only have to cross the street to get to the beach,however there are lot's of homeless people along the hotel.Most were unconcerning ,but a few were scary.it's ok to walk the shops at night,just hang in with the crowd,but I wouldn't feel comfortable going to the beach by myself in the evening as people look to be selling & using drugs at the picnic seating by the beach. Just a note it is a huge city & we weren't really ready for that. we are from the country & here we are with skyscrapers & city busses & the noise ! but it was fun for the most part.We will definetely go to a smaller island next time.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Named "Hottest hotel opening in 2018" by USA Today, Alohilani Resort Waikiki Beach is a modern and tranquil oasis in the heart of Waikiki that pays homage to Queen Lili‛uokalani's long-lasting heritage. Alohilani will welcome all guests into an unforgettable setting which blends Hawaii’s cultural heritage with an elegant contemporary style that’s uniquely... Aloha Chic. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Pacific Beach Honolulu
- Hotel Pacific Beach
- Pacific Beach Hotel At Waikiki
- Alohilani Resort Waikiki Beach Honolulu, Hawaii