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12/10/2016
By: Dawn G.
Grand Waikikian by Hilton Grand Vacations
There are different towers to stay in but the one we were in was great. They have a wonderful lagoon, lots of amenities on site and close enough to walk to tons of shopping
09/14/2016
By: Amy F.
Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort
This is a massive resort (good for conferences, business trips, etc), but it's also really nice and I never felt like it was too crowded with people. The location can't be beat ... you're right on Waikiki beach. Stunning.
03/24/2016
By: Melissa T.
Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort
My husband and I took our family on our first trip to Hawaii a few months ago. We also took my mom and grandmother. The check in process was easy and the staff was great. Because we were traveling with kids they have us a bigger room. The view out the lobby is straight to a gorgeous oil and father to the ocean. It was in walking distance to loss of shops and food places. As a first trip for my family this hotel was the best choice.
03/24/2016
By: Dennis T.
Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort
Love it here. The beach is clean as it can be and the resort is amazing. There are many restaurants with a variety of options. The rooms were well taken care of and real clean. I'll be back
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02/17/2016
By: Olga M.
Hilton Waikiki Beach
Really nice, and tall hotel, great costumer service. I love the ocean rest, and play area, it is really big, and got a great sand, and beach too.
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08/07/2015
By: Russ T.
Hakone Restaurant
Terrific Japanese seafood buffet!The attractive setting, attentive service, and delicious array of tasty Japanese dishes make this restaurant our go-to place for special occasions.
07/31/2015
By: Yong-ae M.
White Sands Hotel
Totally bad. There is no room key. I've never seen a motel that has no room key what so ever. I thought that only our room, but every time in the front desk, people ask them for opening their room. First day, they said the room key has an issue, so they'll fix it soon. Nope, just for covering up. Everytime you need to get in the room, you need to ask for it. Coffee maker was dirty, it looks like has been used for a year. Stove was't working property, kitchen light was't working. Outside balcony, bird stuff, I mean the P. was covered on the outdoor old dirty patio. Where they get this furniture? A garage sale? Aircondition was so loud that I couldn't even hear the TV. Only one good thing, close to the beach and shopping.
03/16/2015
By: Ipo P.
Hokele Suites Waikiki
Do not stay here it's not worth the money. I paid over $600 to be promised a room with two beds and a parking stall as the front desk promised..when we got up to our room it wasn't clean and it wasn't what they show in pictures. Also, when we came back to the place there was no parking and they charge $25 a day. So I paid $125 to park along the wall of the entrance to the parking area which I wanna say has only 10 stalls!! And mind you there 5 floors to this stupid place ..and I witnessed two families checking in the night before and leaving for the same reason. I highly recommend that you pay that extra $$ to go elsewhere!!! It'll save you time and money.
07/03/2014
By: Joshua P.
Polynesian Plaza
Its at a good location just not what i thought it would be reading other reviews. Keep looking.
03/25/2014
By: Tony K.
Park Shore Waikiki Hotel
we've stayed there twice now and have had an awesome experience both times.
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