Hilton Waikiki Beach
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Stayed 3 nights here, hotel is well located for all the attractions you want to visit, i have been to Waikiki before and find it ok but not a tropical island paradise as the name Waikiki conjures up in ones mind, i find it to be a very busy city type location with hustle and bustle and lots of people rushing about everywhere i stay here when visiting the islands of Maui and Kauai which are both very beautiful and nothing like Waikiki, i like to stay 3 nights in Waikiki as i like to go to The Arizona memorial for a day and i like to wonder up and down the sea front,for a day, the end of the beach near Diamond head tends to be a lot quieter and out of the madness.The beach at waikiki is very nice and has some nice surf rolling in there are some hotels that are on the beach which would probably be a better choice for those wishing to swim and sun bathe, great shopping here if you find you need that little Prada bag,or a nice Chanel skirt for your night out, we stayed in the hotel for evening drinks they had a happy hour at 5 pm which helped with the high beer cost until 7pm met lots of different people here all good fun then we ate in the bar area which has burgers snacks fries etc, i think we found it a little expensive because of the low pound against the dollar but affordable,all in all a good hotel with great location nice room with comfy bed and silky sheets the lady on reception gave us a nice room where we could see the sea, would definitely stay here again and would recommend it if you want a city hotel, but it is only one block from the main beach road where theres loads of restaurants and places to eat a good choice of hotel for a short stay.
Awesome hotel and staff with a great location. Breakfast and dinner in the executive lounge was an added bonus. Staff was great and rooms were great. Parking was $30/night, which stunk, but otherwise could not be more happy with my stay at this hotel.
First of all the location of this hotel was almost perfect for me. It is one block off of the main tourist street and was therefore a bit quieter than if it had been right on the main street of Waikiki. (Although Honolulu is a big city and there were plenty of sirens). It is also a few minutes walk to the beach and to the main shopping/tourist areas of Waikiki. There are plenty of shops and restaurants in the immediate vicinity. The staff was very accommodating and friendly, especially Julie at the front desk. We were offered an upgrade from an Executive King to a two room suite for a reasonable charge. The rooms were clean and the view of Waikiki and the ocean was beautiful. The corridors and rooms are a bit tired. Carpets were thin and worn, and the room decor was bland, but it was all very clean and the bed was very comfortable. I think it is time for a redo. I did not think the rooms were as nice as other Hilton's in which I have stayed. Bathroom was very nice with a large shower (no tub). There is only valet parking. The restaurant in the hotel MAC 24/7 was decent, with a varied menu and good service. MAC to go is a little deli type counter where on can get soft drinks, coffees and pastries. Pool area - meh! But so what....the beach is one block away.
We stayed at the Hilton Waikiki Beach for 10 nights,It was my partner and I in a King room.We checked in and they had us in the wrong set up room ( 2 Queen beds) meant to have 1 king.Down to reception and we where changed into the king bed 21st floor room over looking the Mountains no problem.Views where good , later in the trip changed to ocean view just for a change.. $40 a night upgrade. The view was a lot better at night you seen the city lights and was more going on from the balcony. on the 24th floor.The rooms where just rooms they where clean and practical. bed was comfy.The hotel was central to a lot and you could catch the bus out the front for $2.50 to get you to the other side of town.The staff always helped and we had no real problems.
My husband and I have wanted to visit Hawaii for quite some time but the flight was just longer than we hoped for. Till work called and brought us out West and we finally made it to Hawaii. There were so many hotels on the island and it was difficult though select which was best but we chose to stay at the Hilton Waikiki, we were very happy. Our first night was by the elevator which wasn't our request and it's definitely not a room you want. Thankfully the night concierge noted our request for a move away from the elevator. Once our room was changed the next on the agenda was figuring out what to do and when we wanted to do all these activities. We used the Expedia Local Experts and works with Chad Pessetto and Kim Urban (sorry if the last name is wrong but the handwriting wasn't legible). Both Kim and Chad were great and answered all our questions, gave out suggestions and why when asking about the alternatives.Chad suggested his fav luau, why we shouldn't hike the Koko Crater, how the tour of the island would benefit us the best and suggested the Diamond Head trail. All were great.Kim helped me with my helicopter tour and provided insight to my fears of height and motion sickness. She gave great thought to my issues and suggested how to get around it. Wow!! I'm glad that I listened to suggestions as my husband wanted the helicopter ride from day 1. The sunset tour was great and totally happy she explained why the cheaper tour isn't worth the money. We were totally happy with the hotel staff especially the Expedia experts.
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- 601 rooms in one 37-storey building
- MAC 24-7 restaurant
- 2 bars
- Snack bar
- Heated pool
- Pool bar
- Fitness centre
- Gift shop
- ATM machine
- Laundry services
- Tour desk
- Business centre
- Conference facilities
- Parking (fee)
- 42" plasma TV
- Alarm clock with mp3 dock
- Coffee/tea maker with complimentary coffee
- In-room safe (fee)
- High speed Internet (fee)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Mountain and Ocean View Hotel Rooms also available
- Max occupancy 4 persons
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Hilton Waikiki BeachHonolulu,United States
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2500 Kuhio Avenue, Honolulu, Oahu, HI 96815-3671
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