Courtyard by Marriott Waikiki Beach
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Stayed in this hotel two nights. We had a "junior suite" with two queen beds. The beds were comfortable and the room, even though was supposed have city view, did allow for a view of Waikiki beaches. Most of the people in the lobby were nice and polite, although we did get locked out of the room (none of our cards worked) and they wanted us to stay in a long line to get them reprogrammed. They should have a separate desk for issues for current guests. However, the couch in the room was dingy and stained. The breakfast bar was $39 extra (no, we didn't eat at the hotel. Plenty of restaurants in the area to eat!). The room was facing the pool and there was significant noise in the evening. I was not impressed. There were a lot of shops in the complex, if you're going to Hawaii to shop... Thankfully, we checked out after the second night. Would probably not stay there again unless I receive a great discount.
a big clean hotel with beach frontage. could just see the sea from my room. lovely friendly staff at breakfast. lovely breakfast buffet though pancakes were a bit tough! handy having ABC store within complex. lovely big room with all necessary facilities.
I really cannot compare to other hotels on Waikiki Beach but I would certainly attempt to search and read other reviews before booking. We stayed three nights at this property, five on The Big Island and five at the Marriott Kaua'i Resort (near Lihue Airport - this property is gorgeous, tropical feeling and much more like a true resort than Waikiki is). We used Marriott Rewards points on Oahu and Kaua'i Marriott Waikiki staff were professional', friendly and helpful. No issues on staff support. Breakfast buffet was delightful but pricey (about $30 pp but likely typical for Waikiki). The hotel seemingly has good amenities although self parking can be short at times (use valet at same cost if self-park is full). My sole complaint regards this property is that it is NOT at all becoming of a true resort and that the property really appears tired, dated and in need of refurbishment. To pay these rates, plus "Resort Fee", Parking....and get old tired facilities is not reasonable. Shop around.
This hotel is in a good location with good views from the higher floors but way overpricedfor what it is. At around $400.00 AUD per night plus $30.00 USD per day resort fee, plus tax, plus breakfast, pus WiFi, there are far better options in the nearby vicinity. Only stayed there because it was booked by the travel agent pre Pride of America cruise.
The front desk people are nice and helpful. I was provided with an envelope that contained tickets for drinks at their Terrace Restaurant. I also received breakfast vouchers and a card for unlimited DVD rentals.The hotel is across the street from Waikiki Beach which makes it very convenient. There are at least 3 ABC stores within one block.The room itself was clean, quiet, and very comfortable. It contained a large flat screen TV and a refrigerator. Mostly what I liked about the room was the bed was comfortable. The water pressure in the shower was amazingly good for a hotel.I really don't have anything bad to say about the room I had, it had a partial beach view with a small balcony. Other than it was a handicap room and I had to adjust the shower head quite often since it was a handheld shower head.I slept pretty good most of the nights which is very rare and a hotel for me. Overall I would have to say it's one of the nicer hotels I've stayed in around the Waikiki area.
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- Travel insurance (mandatory if traveling to Cuba)
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- Hotel transfers for packages with WestJet to USA (with exception to Honolulu)
- Hotel transfers for packages to Europe
- Items of a personal nature
- 403 rooms
- 1 a la carte restaurant
- Coffee Bar
- 1 bar
- 2 pools
- Fitness Centre
- Gift shop
- Meeting facilities
- Business centre
- Outdoor whirlpool
- Entertainment room with massage chairs and 65-inch flat panel TV located lobby level
- 2 double beds or 1 queen-size bed or 1 king-size bed
- 1 bathroom with shower only
- Air conditioning
- Cable television
- Hair dryer
- Coffee maker
- In-room safe
- Internet access
- Iron and ironing board
- Table and Chairs
- Maximum occupancy of 2
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Courtyard by Marriott Waikiki BeachHonolulu,United States
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- Extra Info
2552 Kalakaua Avenue, Honolulu, Oahu, HI 96815-3662
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