(Closed) Good hotel on waikiki coast???

posted 10 years ago in Travel
Post # 3
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2008

We stayed at the Outrigger Waikiki on the Beach. 

pros: Great staff, champagne for our honeymoon, good restaurants on the lower level, beach access, big king size bed, discounted rate to upgrade to partial ocean view for our honeymoon (an extra $45/night, normal is at least twice that i think), Great location in relation to shops and other hotels, very informative and friendly concierge desk, free internet connection, oh, and a great spa on the top floor if you want to get a massage

cons: small bathroom that could use a little updating, seals around the doors weren’t great so there were gaps letting in light and sound from the hallways and from the connected room (locked, shared door between two rooms)

Here are some pics from travelocity.com  I can vouch for it now, but picture 10 of 15 is pretty much exactly what our room looked like.  (sometimes you never know if they pretty it up 😉 

 http://travel.travelocity.com/hotel/HotelDetailPhotosLink.do?tab=photos&propertyId=7720&source=&travelPackageId=#tabs 

all in all I’d probably say 4 out of five stars 

Post # 4
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: December 1969

i’ve walked by the outrigger waikiki on the beach many times and i’ve always said to myself that THAT’S where i’d like to stay if i had my honeymoon in hawaii. that place is gorgeous… though i can’t say for the rooms themselves.

Post # 5
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Newbee
  • Wedding: December 1969

We stayed at the Hyatt Regency Waikiki last Christmas and absolutely loved it. Perfect location- right across the street from Waikiki beach. The pool is small-ish, but when you are right across the street from one of the most famous beaches in the world, who cares? 

We booked a package where we had access to the Regency club, where we had happy hour nightly and breakfast every morning for free. It was great.

I can’t recommend it enough. Fabulous views, too- we had a mountain view and saw a rainbow daily.

Post # 6
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Newbee

Try the Moana Surfrider, which is owned by Westin.  It is a landmark hotel right on Waikiki, and is full of both glamour and charm.  It first opened in 1901, so it is full of history, but is newly refurbished and not lacking in trendiness.  If you choose not to stay there be sure to stop by for a cocktail. Their beach bar has the best mai tai and is under the canopy of a large Banyan tree.  Watch the sunset from this spot, but go early to get a good seat. 

http://www.moana-surfrider.com

Post # 7
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: October 2018 - Auberge du Soleil

We stayed at the Moana Surfrider for one night and loved it. It is right on the beach and the hotel is amazing. The staff was also very helpful and friendly! Good luck and have fun!

Post # 8
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Busy bee

we booked hotel renew based on the rave reviews on tripadvisor.  the hotel is pretty new and chic and the location is great – right across from waikiki.  it’s really affordable compared to all the other hotels on waikiki but the rooms are on the small side. 

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