This hotel was priced well, close to the beach, Dukes,, and lots of shopping. They have a free movie program and we had a small view of the beach from our balcony..
The only negative was their TOURS PROGRAM. They were very expensive and the tours salesman told us several things about the tours which were inaccurate.. Bottom line, don't book your tours through their tours salesman.. Call or find the actual tour programs directly to book!
Traveller from Florida
One block away from the world famous Waikiki beach with calm ocean waters and endless water activities, this island-style …More
This hotel is so beautiful!! The service is amazing !! Their pool has a spectacular view of the harbor, huge pool area, so you don’t have to worry about not finding a spot to sit at, bartenders are so friendly. When you see your room, your going to love it !! We had the ocean view, and words cannot describe, the view we had. Waking up to that view put a huge smile on my face every morning. I definitely recommend this hotel, it’s worth the price.
Traveller from Austin
At the gateway to Waikiki, this oceanfront hotel overlooks the Ala Wai Yacht Harbor and is 0.5 mile from the Ala Moana Center …More
It was good for the price, we did have to move from the first room that was assigned to us, there was an ice maker machine in front of the room, which caused a great inconvenience because we had unpacked our things to repack them to move...
Located across the street from Waikiki Beach and 2 blocks from the Honolulu Zoo, this Aston hotel is on Waikiki's main …More
Comfortable room but no kitchenette. Very good location and close to everything we liked to do. The staff was friendly except for the man with the coconut looking head who was not nice! The biggest negative was the parking. We did not expect to pay for parking, and at $30 a day, that added up.
Traveller from Kansas
This Honolulu hotel is just two blocks from Waikiki Beach Walk, the Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center, and the new 360,000 sq …More
Diamond Head shields Kahala from the buzz of Waikiki and downtown Honolulu. Filled with mansions, this wealthy residential enclave attracts celebrities and other A-listers who crave its seclusion. Its public beaches, too, tend to be less crowded than those in other Honolulu neighborhoods.