every room has a great ocean view or you can call it an ocean yacht harbor view, fire works on a Friday night is so beautiful, and beautiful sunset, close to beach and shopping mall. we loved it. good choice.
I booked this room for 3 nights after having a problem with my Airbnb reservation. I was worried at first because of the reviews and also because this was the cheapest hotel option in the Waikiki Beach Area. The hotel staff were friendly and the room does the job. It's not luxurious by any means but the location is great and close to the beach and Ala Moana. The room could use an upgrade to the carpeting and furniture. We didn't have our rooms turned down any of the nights so I can't comment on house keeping and replenishing services. A nice feature here is that they do give you a card that lets you checkout DVD movies or games for free from 3 self-service kiosks downstairs. The player that they have inside is a PS3 so if you or your kids have some PS3 games to play during your stay, feel free to bring them. They offer wired internet in the rooms if you have a laptop. But if you want to use their WiFi, you can only do so downstairs in their lobby.
The one complaint that I do have is the bath towels here. They were the roughest towels that I have ever used. I thought it might have just been one, but I tried 4 of them and they were all rough on the skin. At home, my towels aren't premium or anything, but even my $3 towel from Wal-Mart feels better than the towels here.
There is overnight parking available for $25 a night, but don't get back too late because the lot filled up pretty quickly.
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.