Pacific Beach Hotel
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We absolutely loved our time at Pacific Beach Hotel! We were originally in a room close to the construction but when i asked to be moved it was no issue and we were moved to the 32nd floor into a beautiful room with great views. Housekeeping came daily and our room was always clean with clean towels. Complimentary beach towels were great to have and staff were all friendly and approachable. Aircon in the rooms is quiet and the curtains make the room really dark even in the middle of the day which is great for naps! Big TV and big comfy bed with clean sheets and pillows.Breakfast was one of the highlights of our whole trip, so many options and everything was cooked perfectly. The buffet is open until 10.30am which is great because you can still have a sleep in and not worry about having to miss out.Perfect location right across from the beach and close to the stores. We walked to most places but caught Ubers if we wanted to go anywhere further.This will be an even more beautiful place once renovations are finished with the pool and fitness/spa areas. We will definitely be back!
I like the hotel especial the bar hotel. I think it's name obar. I went to the complimentary mai tai and ended up eating there because it is happy hour.The hospitality is very good especially the waitress there. My beautiful waitress name is JANICE. because of JANICE I think I'll definitely be back over there again because you can actually feel the ALOHA of that place.
This hotel is in perfect location. So convenient to everything.Food is so Ono!!!! Specially ebbing sea so delish😊😊😊 don't forget to try steak pipikuala crocquettes and chicken so mouth watering. Everybody is so friendly especially our server janice at obar. She has the spirit of aloha. I would highly recommend this place.. So awesome!
First stay at this particular Waikiki property for 14 nights and were pleasantly surprised . After reading mixed reviews due to the construction going on feel i need to add mine in to the mix. We arrived early morning and pulled up to a lovely entrance area and renovated lobby and check in desk. Lines were long but there were plenty of staff on to welcome us .. which they did with big smiles, free drink voucher and refillable water bottles. Knowing we were early we were prepared to drop our bags and wander in to Waikiki but the VERY smiley and helpful reservation clerk did his best to find us a room that would be ready for us- which he did (so sorry i didn't write his name down and i didn't see him again - he was a supervisor) We were assigned the 17th floor in the beach tower and off we went. It is a short walk to the elevators, no big deal, but think they need to have some of those luggage trolleys readily available with or without the bell hop to help with the suitcases , we were never asked if we needed help. The lifts are very slow but i believe they are getting an upgrade soon which will be good as we often needed to wait quite a while for them.Up to our newly renovated room - not sure i agree on the carpet choice lol - but the room was lovely and clean good size with K-cups and machine (coffee and green tea pods ) bar fridge table and chairs, safe, drawers AC (which has a mind of its own lol ) I believe we were supposed to have bottled water but never saw any over our long stay - strange . Kathy cleaned our room most days (and there was a supervisor who checked all was done correctly ) She was so lovely , tidy and so very honest .. we accidentally left $100 bill instead of $1 bills and she left them there for days until she could catch us and ask if we had realised - wow - just wow - needless to say next day she got a good tip !A small suggestion would be a rubbish bin in room as people frequently had to put rubbish outside their rooms as only one small one in the bathroom and a book compilation as other hotels do of what the hotel offers, how to make calls, and other routine information would be usefulI also wonder if room service will be available in the future ? The bathroom was clean but small with nice amenities, enough towels etc ,Bidet toilet, Shower over bath with two different shower heads which was awesome. It takes a LONG time for the hot water to come in so start early.Outside is a small lanai with two chairs and table and an AMAZING view every morning/evening ( we chose ocean view room)Construction is going on .. we know this .. on saying that it did not affect us in any way at all in terms of waking us up or affecting our evenings. Good things are coming !! We watched the ABC open whilst there..so convenient ! We watched with great interest the beautiful new pools being built which will be fantastic ! (You currently can use the pool in an adjacent hotel ..not great..small basic not many loungers - but is available as an offering) We watched the building of the new restaurants which once again will be a great asset and i believe one of the restaurants will be Morimotos (isn't he the Iron chef ? ) They do have on the second floor a new restaurant open for breakfast (Lychees, but at $35 too expensive in my book when you can run down the road to Dukes @$18 ) There are also breakfast pastries etc down in the bar area for breakfast which is convenient.Talking of the bar - The O Bar - all guests receive a complimentary Mai Tai which is a nice touch It is presented in a plastic cup with plumeria floating ..very welcoming. The Oceanarium is under refit and already looks beautiful- can't wait for the fish to grow and hope they still offer the diver with the "Happy whatever " sign in the future as before.We frequently stopped by to chat with the lovely server Avery and one of our favourite cocktails was Ebbing Seas - join this with some appetisers and this makes it a relaxed inexpensive evening. Not sure however on the music choices .The hotel currently offers a daily housekeeping service, good wifi ,fitness centre, business centre, activities desk. and the bell hops are great at suggesting shuttles that can pick you up out front for many different adventures. I do hope that they will be putting back in a laundry which i find essential when travelling.Amenity fee is a little costly compared to some but will be interesting to see what that covers as the reno completes.i wonder if they will have a complimentary shuttle service as some of the other hotels do ?We found ALL staff NO exception were so friendly and helpful and smiley --awesome ! Barbi helped us with changing our money and was genuinely interested in our chit chat at the front desk.Proximity is an absolute asset with this hotel . Not on the beach but beach right across the road (beach towels included in your room ) Close to Dukes statue and trolley bus pick ups - McDonalds on the opposite corner and within walking distance to all good things :) All in all a truly fabulous stay We even tried to upgrade after a week to the oceanfront but there were sadly no vacancies A note here .. there are less twin rooms than king rooms for oceanfront so if you are considering this book in earlyAlso the hotel takes payment every 6 night on your cc so make sure you advise the correct card to reception Booking this hotel was an unknown quantity and with what you read it can make you feel uneasy but i cannot reiterate enough our experience was the best ! Photos we saw online were how it actually was and in some cases even better !Congratulations Alohilani -- a few minor tweaks along the way and the experience will be top notch.Are we coming back ? You bet ! Mahalo
I was greeted by an awesome front desk worker named Renee S. I was still on mainland time and was already checking in; she joked with me saying I was tired. LOL... She is the best; not just as an employee but as a person. She made everything about the hotel so welcoming! She took care of me like I was Ohana. Always saying Aloha!
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- 837 rooms
- 2 a la carte restaurants
- 1 pool
- Outdoor whirlpool
- Tennis court
- Gift shop
- Meeting facilities
- Business centre
- Golf nearby
- 2 double beds or 1 king-size bed
- 1 full bathroom
- Air conditioning
- Cable television
- Hair dryer
- Coffee maker
- In-room safe available for a fee
- Internet access (fee)
- Iron and ironing board
- Table and Chairs
- Max occupancy: 4
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Pacific Beach HotelHonolulu,United States
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2490 Kalakakua Avenue, Honolulu, Oahu, HI 96815-3286
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