I had an amazing view. Was on the 38th floor, which overlooked the whole city. The staff was very nice. Even though the hotel was under construction, I was still made comfortable there. Lastly, the room was very modern and spacious.
Traveller from Chicago
The golden sands and sparkling surf of Waikiki Beach are less than 3 blocks from this 44-story tower. The Royal Hawaiian …More
Park Shore Waikiki is a decent hotel located in the middle of the action on Waikiki Beach. The hotel appears to be an older building and though it is in fairly good shape it certainly shows it's age. The staff is excellent and the amenities are acceptable for the price. The room I stayed in was called a "Suite" but it was really just a regular room with a small kitchen area. I was disappointed to find that my room did not come with a dresser or a desk/table and chair though it did have a sofa-bed and a nice flat-screen TV with Time-Warner cable. The room did have a nice balcony with 2 chairs and a small table with a nice view of the beach and Diamond Head in the distance.
Overall, I give the Park Shore Waikiki 4 out of 5 stars with the foot-note that you get what you pay for.
Traveller from Texas
Park Shore Waikiki is located fronting Waikiki Beach and iconic Diamond Head. The Honolulu Zoo, Kapiolani Park and the …More
The staff at the Stay are very friendly and very knowledgeable of the local area. One thing I loved was the shower! Something so simple but so relaxing. The karaoke bar located in the hotel had great drinks and great service. The only thing I was disappointed in was the description on the Expedia site. The room is not as big in the picture and there is no hand chair in the room. But over all had a great experience and a wonderful time in Hawaii.
Stay Hotel Waikiki is sandwiched between the Ko'olau Mountains and Waikiki Bay, offering guests views of the ocean and the …More
Our partial ocean view room was worth the extra cost. Great views still. Hotel had everything you need. Towels and beach chairs and mats were a real bonus. The coconut shrimp at the tiki bar is great. Happy hour 2-5pm every day. 3 dollar beers. Closet to shops but not too close like the other hotels. Also 40 minute walk to diamond head (not including the hike itself). 20 min walk to Leonard's bakery ( cinnamon one is the best), Ono poke and Ono meat local restaurants to get the real deal Hawaiian food. The room was large and clean. Comfy bed. Free DVDs if you wanted. Little balcony to sit and watch the sunset.
Traveller from sf
Located across the street from Waikiki Beach and 2 blocks from the Honolulu Zoo, this Aston hotel is on Waikiki's main …More
Updated Jr. Suite over lobby (Rm. 206), large lanai, nice garden and peek-a-boo ocean view, very quiet, clean. Efficient housekeeping services; helpful registration and bell hop staff. Disappointed Concierge desk; too "commission" minded. Need more training (don't play with or fix your bra strap while serving a customer!); kept saying "I don't know" to most questions we asked, although she gladly made a call to a taxi service to get answers for us. The next day, with more questions on transport, another Concierge attendant said it was not their job, the end. Very rude. Deceiving "welcome gift" package which was nothing but a "come on" to attend a 120-minute vacation sales presentation, receive a $100 AmEx card at the end. No thanks. Otherwise, hotel is very comfortable. Cinnamons Restaurant food and service is super! Although there was one young bus girl who emptied used water glasses by tossing (literally) the water out over the surrounding landscape with a scowl on her face while cleaning a table. Hey, it's a job...smile! Good public transportation spot; tried "Waikiki Trolley" pink line to uptown Waikiki and Ala Moana Shopping Center, $2 one way. Trolley also has 4 other lines that travel a variety of routes. First time we didn't rent a car or pay the hotel $28/day parking fee. A cousin rented a privately owned condo in Ilikai and was very disappointed when they compared our accommodations to theirs even though they were on a higher level with a better view
Located at the Waikiki beach gateway and overlooking the Ala Wai Yacht Harbor, this hotel offers easy beach access; the …More
Waikiki established its reputation as a getaway when the Moana Surfrider opened its doors in 1901. Today, more than 30,000 hotel rooms are packed in the skyscrapers along the golden sands of Waikiki Beach. At the end of Waikiki, Diamond Head towers as an enduring landmark. West of Waikiki, Pearl Harbor offers a somber testament to history and the victims of World War II.