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Feu d'artifice. Situé sur la plage. Accès facile à 4 belles piscines. Grande variété de boutiques et de restaurants. Chambres vieillottes. Murs/peinture décrépits. Mobilier manquant dans ma chambre ? Les ascenseurs étaient très vieux.
Le personnel était très sympathique et serviable, et ils ont fait des pieds et des mains pour nous offrir de l'assistance. Avec les multiples piscines, le lagon et la proximité de l'océan, il est facile de profiter de l'eau. Les feux d'artifice du vendredi soir et les hors- d'œuvre gratuits à la Ali Tower font que le Hilton Hawaian se distingue vraiment. Nous y avons séjourné plusieurs fois et nous avons trouvé que c'était toujours très bien. Il y avait des travaux mais ce n'était pas trop dérangeant. Ils auraient pu faire des retouches de peinture dans notre chambre à certains endroits.
Face à la plage, boutiques, emplacement J'étais dans la tour Diamond Head. Pendant 2 nuits nous n'avions pas d'eau courante du tout dans la salle de bain/douche ... Il a fallu à l'hôtel des heures avant que nous puissions prendre une douche
Tout Il n'y a rien
La situation proche de la plage nous nous sommes sentis très encombrés et c'était trop cher. Les lits dans notre chambre étaient usés et affaissés . Le balcon était fait comme une cage et vous fait sentir comme dans une prison. Frais de villégiature de 30 $ ajoutés à la facture.
Les commodités de l'hôtel sont extraordinaires avec de nombreuses boutiques, des cafés, des piscines et des restaurants. Il est sur la meilleure plage de Waikiki, de nombreux autres hôtels ont seulement une petite partie de la plage. Les vues sont incroyables. J'ai apprécié de pouvoir apporter mes propres chaises de plage et parasols plutôt que d'en louer tous les jours. Il n'y a pas de service de chambre
Salle de bains, il y avait une porte vitrée coulissante et sans ventilateur. Aucune intimité.
Emplacement agréable et relaxant La piscine devrait rester ouverte jusqu'à minuit
Trop de monde pour des feux d'artifices. La salle d'attente du spa dans la tour Kalia était sale.
L'air conditionné était limiteur,
Il est situé sur la plage Trop cher
The reviews I've read did not do it sufficient justice.... This Impeccable, immaculate, unique facility with it's extremely extraordinary, phenomenal hosting was superb. I recommend this place to every and any one who wants quality....7 stars and two thumbs up :I)
Aloha, We stayed at the Halekulani for a week in January 2009. The service was consistently excellent. Wait staff, bell boys, concierge, maids, room service - every single employee we encountered went way above and beyond to make sure our needs were met, and then some. That said, the hotel rooms and furnishings were something of a disappointment. The decor seemed tired and worn, and even the mid-range rooms were small. On the whole, the hotel interior seemed to have seen better days, and would not compare favorably to hotels on the mainland at less than half the price. Still, the service and the food made up for that deficiency, so we still felt like we got our money's worth. We would absolutely return to the Halekulani, were we to visit Oahu again. However, our next visit to Hawaii will probably be to one of the other islands, simply because the town and its architecture, like the Halekulani's interior, seem to hold on to their glory days of the 60's and 70's, maybe through inerti...
We stayed for 7 night's this Aug 2009 it was one of the best places we have stayed at .The service is top notch and the people really care about your satisfaction while your there. The buffet in the morning is a can't miss great food and service. We are already planing our return trip in the very near future. We also booked a privite island tour while we were there through the hotel and it was fantastic . We went to places you would not normally see through a regular circle island tour this is one I would recommened to everyone if you can afford it!! Anthony was our driver and he shared the island culture and some hidden places on the island it was great we were out for over 6 hour's and saw the entire island. Be prepaired it is expensive but if you want the best you have to pay for it. Enjoy!!
Beautiful hotel, excellent location. Would definitely recommend Halekulani for luxury and vip service.
We stayed from Friday to Monday and it was the perfect setting for relaxing and being treated well. We spent most of our time on the lanai so that we could soak up the Diamond Head and ocean view. The nightly music at House Without A Key was audible from there as well. We love everything about Halekulani!!!
the staff know us by our last names and they are very friendly and professional. Ture aloha spirit. When I asked for hot water the first day, the second day they gave me an electric pot so that I can hot water anytime. Excellent in attending to details and very sensitive to guess' needs. It's pricy, but you will feel like a king staying there. Excellent location but not noisy. The room is spacious and the amenities are top of the class. I even ran into a few movie stars there.
Great to get away from it all and have the satisfaction of beingm taken care of at all times, moose mcgilicuddy's is a great palse to relax of lewers St.
This is an amazing hotel. Georgeous, and classical all at the same time. If you can't afford to stay there, at least stop by and have a cocktail at sunset!
Breakfast buffet is a little poor considering its cost $30 per person
We can only say wonderful things about the Halakulani Hotel. It is beautiful: from the rooms to the gardens, to the wall-less reception desk, and common areas. The food in the restaurant, The House Without A Key, and room service were superb. From our room it appeared the waves were breaking under the hotel. What a georgeous optical illusion. But...the best part was the people and the service they provided. We were always greeted warmly and our name was always used. Every question was answered. For example, we admired a flower in the garden and asked what was its name at the concierge desk. Flora is certainly not their specialty and they appologized for their ignorance. About an hour later we receive a knock on our door and the anser was delivered in a folder with a 10 page print out on the flower in question. We loved the little gift left for us each night after room service turned down or bed and the welcoming gift when we arrived of the chocolates and fresh fruit. I hav...
A beautiful hotel situated right on the ocean. The views of the water and Diamond Head are fantastic, and the proximity to restaurants, shops and other things to do is terrific. If you just want to lounge by the pool, the chairs are very comfortable and the staff incredibly helpful. The service overall is simply out of this world. They can help with any kind of arrangement, from rental cars to running and hiking options. The rooms are beautiful and sitting out on the patio was a great way to end the day. We absolutely loved our stay in paradise!
Private beach means it is never overcrowded. Friendly, professional staff. Dolphin Lagoon a must experience for kids. Big, comfortable room with comfortable bed, nice bath amenities. All toilets have a bidet, which is a nice surprise. Beautiful grounds and atmosphere. Above average humidity for this time of year. We were told it was due to the El Nino from winter. Small pool (and number of chaise lounges) that can get crowded quickly. Food from the Seaside Grill and Plumeria is overpriced and okay, at best. Drinks overpriced, but tastes great.
The dolphin experience! Shopping! Need more buses to shops
No doubt, the best place to stay around the Diamond Head; dolphins living just next to the swimming pool being one of the unique "staffs" of the stay.
Great hotel when traveling with kids. I could eat breakfast and keep an eye on them as they were making sand castles. No beach on Waikiki would be this safe for kids as they're too crowded. The mattress was just awful!
Perfect facility for people who do not want to stay in Waikiki
The staff and growns are amazing The dolidpin and turtle tanks, way to small for them to live
It was an amazing holiday, the staff were so friendly & welcoming. The room well laid out & everything extemely comfortable. The restaurants we tried were exceptional.
Kahala is located close enough to the city action yet far enough away where it's remote. Though the pool area was relatively small, it was never crowed. The dolphin lagoon and sea turtle exhibit was quite amazing. Beach was also gorgeous and calm. No complaints about the Kahala. Would definitely visit again. Wish there was good snorkeling right around there but that's asking for too much!!
Agréable et propre salle de bain avec tout le confort moderne Les lits étaient horribles et inconfortable. Le spa n'était pas de grande valeur expérience
J'ai tout aimé. La chambre était magnifique, la vue était spectaculaire et le personnel était toujours très sympathique. Je n'avais pas planifié tous les frais supplémentaires et de parking, et ils les ont allégés avec une adhésion au Club et une réduction militaire. Je vais revenir et être vais définitivement recommender à tout le monde cet hôtel Hyatt !
J'ai aimé le fait qu'il est au cœur de l'action et juste à côté de la plage
Dès l'instant où je suis arrivé, j'ai reçu un excellent service. Richard, le monsieur qui m'a accueilli, a offert un service hors pair, m'a donné une chambre magnifique, m'a fait sentir estimé d'être un membre Élite Marriott Rewards, et m'a pleinement expliqué les frais de villégiature et les forfaits. J'ai apprécié mon séjour là-bas et j'aurais aimé y rester plus longtemps. Ils m'ont facturé le service de voiturier alors que j'ai seulement utilisé le stationnement. J'ai dû attendre que ce soit rectifié.
Proche de la plage et de plusieurs boutiques et restaurants. Il pourrait y avoir un micro-ondes dans la chambre
Il est bien situé et à seulement quelques pas de la plage ! Il y a beaucoup d'activités et de magasins. Salle de bain n'était pas correctement nettoyée à l'arrivée. :(
J'ai apprécié les formalités de départ de cet hôtel et leur dire comment je me sentais à propos de notre séjour J'ai n'ai rien aimé de cette expérience
L'aquairium, la situation de l'hotel, la vue.
La chambre était très agréable. Nous étions au 37ème étage, d'où nous avions une vue splendide sur le Diamond Head et la plage. La plage est littéralement juste en face de l'hôtel. L'hôtel est très bien situé. C'est très proche à pied de tout ce qu'il vous faut. Cet hôtel est un super rapport qualité/prix. Dans l'ensemble, je reviendrais avec plaisir dans cet hôtel. Le lobby aurait besoin d'être rénové. C'était propre mais la décoration avait l'air de dater des années 80. Il a besoin d'être rénové, comme les chambres. Les ascenseurs étaient un peu la galère. Il y en avait 4 et l'un d'entre eux était en panne.
Pas assez d'ascenseurs pour la taille de l'hôtel, très longue attente pour monter ou descendre. Hôtel vieillissant sans aucun charme.
le buffet du matin et du soir étaient excellents.
Climatisation bloquée. Température de l'eau irrégulière.
La proximité de la plage Le prix exorbitant pour un hotel aussi médiocre
Bien placé sa situation permet de flaner le soir jusqu'à tard. Le breakfast- lunch est vraiment impeccable et très varié. Rien à signaler
Situation géographique, la vue et l'efficacité du personnel. bruit voiture de Liliuokalani street
La proximité de la plage et des zones commerçantes.
Hôtel extrêmement bien situé et très agréable, dont toutes les parties communes (salons, terrasses, salle à manger) sont très bien décorées et ont beaucoup de charme Les chambres ont moins de charme que les parties communes et la piscine mériterait d'être rénovée et agrandie
L'emplacement et la conservation de l'ancien style architectural dans le hall de l'hôtel. Les chambres étaient moyenne tout au plus pour un Westin. Tout était un peu vieillot.
L'emplacement était génial. Le personnel était très sympa! La piscine est pas l'une des plus agréables.
L'hôtel est bien situé, la propreté, les équipements le rapport qualité/prix Aucun point négatif
Super bien placé, en plein sur la plage. Certains membres du personnel faisaient de leur mieux mais ne connaissaient même pas les choses basiques. Les ascenseurs disposent d'un système d'appel bizarre et sont très lents et il y avait bien trop de monde.
Courtesy room to be used after you check out (30 minutes on a first come first serve basis). Large and comfortable room. Service from Staff was outstanding. Daily parking fee, breakfast was just OK. Slow and small elevators.
Staff is super friendly. Suites are roomy and having separate living room is convenient when partner wants to rest. Market street shopping and numerous restaurants are right out the door of hotel. Beach and other resorts are across the street. We have stayed here six times and will return again.
Its location was excellent - easy walking distance to key city attractions
la chambre est vieillotte
Proximite du centre - vue exceptionnelle mobilier vieillot
Hotel situé entre deux plages grandioses à l'entrée de Waikiki, chambres de très bon standing, belle vue sur la marina, nourriture abondante et de qualité dans les restaurants de l'hôtel. shopping centers et restaux de tous genres à quelques centaines de mètres. Un peu trop impersonnel comme tous les hotels internationaux. Pas de transport spécifique de/vers l'aéroport.
L'hôtel était en rénovation mais le personnel était tellement extraordinaire. Ce séjour nous a vraiment rendu heureux. Nous retournerons certainement à l'avenir.
Hotel très bien situé, au coeur des commerces et sur la plage. Vue magnifique sur Waikiki Beach. Rapport qualité prix très moyen. Aménagements des chambres minimalistes, SdB à rénover.
Personnel sympa, hôtel très bien situé. Il manque une salle de gym et les oreillers et les serviettes étaient de niveau standard.
l 'emplacement est excellent pour aller à la plage, prendre le bus, aller se promoner dans Whaikiki,...
Proche du bord de mer, transport publics devant l'hotel, proche des attractions touristiques.
Bien situé entre Ala Moana et Waikiki - tous les jours les gels douches body lotion ... joli environnement ... personnel très aimable ... Erreur de chambre à notre arrivée : un seul lit au lieu d'une demande de studio avec des lits jumeaux - pas de micro onde dans le studio - 2 sachets de café pour un jour et puis taxé pour les jours suivants si demande - frigo vide - même pas de bouteille d'eau - pas de bible - aucun document sur services de l'hotel - pas de stylo ni de papiers à lettres ou bloc notes - seulement 4 chaines visibles préréglées - Pour nous pas de gêne mais pour d'autres ?
La proximité de la plage et des magasins
Location was great. Close to everything. Valet parking was slow. I paid for it , but could have self parked faster. The Valet scanner to call for your vehicle never worked and only seemed like one valet working at any given time. Calling down to preorder valet service did not work either.
The grounds were stunning and made you feel you were in Paradise, unfortunately our room was tiny and only had 2 small windows so felt quite dark and dingy. We had booked a king bed but got given 2 doubles, when we tried later in stay to change or upgrade was told not possible as both Grand Vacations and Hotel fully booked out, saying that it did not seem crowded, was always able to get pool loungers and restaurants not busy
I enjoyed the atmosphere of the hotel! With the splendid room and quiet location, the hotel was as enjoyable as the destination!
Many type of restaurant, pool and shop. If possible, more smoking space would be appreciated.
The location is awesome, close to the beach, close to shops, entertainment etc.
Customer Service and plenty of amenities for kids. We stayed at Kalia tower and it was very pleasant to go in and out. No floating tubes allowed in the pool.
The room space and the fact it had a kitchen.Staff was friendly. Grounds were clean and beautiful. Walking distance to shopping and Waikiki. Construction next door, noisy. Remodel of one elevator made it a horrible wait each time you needed one!
I was pleasantly surprised with the suite. I knew it was Hilton and would live up to its name, but I never expected the size and beauty of what we got. There were 5 of us so we needed space. So I opted not to take the standard hotel route and go with a suite. It was more than that. It was an apartment! 2 full bedrooms, two baths, a spacious living room, dining room, and a full kitchen. There was also free laundry room nearby. All was a part of a huge vacation complex right on the beach with multiple pools. Close to most amenities our adult children wre able to entertain themselves without needing to use the rental car. The hotel staff were very nice. The only complaint wad was there was something that kept biting my daughter and we narrowed it down to the room. Even though they did come change the sheéts, she was still getting bit each day. Other than offer their condolences they did not admit fault, nor any compensation to amend for the problem. We didn't press the issu...
The location and the view was good. no cork screw in the room; you need to go to front desk to get you wine opened and Starbucks closed super early.
Location Front desk staff were unorganized and rude. Room we bioked was not ready and wecwere given the run around
The Accommodation Knowing we had five in the room there was not any blankets or sheets for the extra bed
Booked a studio and was appalled upon arrival. For the excessive amount of money charged for what is a Hilton Grand Vacation property, I walked into a tiny room comparative to a Days Inn room, with no view, dark, dismal, with no balcony. I immediately called to reception to express my concerns and at first they weren't going to do anything. But I insisted and got upgraded to a better room, a one bedroom. It was in the tower next door, the Grand Waikikian, a 'luxury' property. The one bedroom suite was very nice. It had a full kitchen, two bedded bedroom, a big tub, walk-in shower, nice bathroom and a view of a busy intersection and other buildings from its balcony, which I never used, due to the view. Hey, it was an improvement over the studio. The Hilton property is huge, consisting of many buildings, a variety of pools, a shopping mall, and lots and lots of people arriving in busses. If you are looking for a quiet bit of luxury, DO NOT stay here. You will be miserable. But if you li...
We enjoyed our stay at the Aston Waikiki Sunset. Our only issues were the short twin beds and the noisy air conditioner. The separate bedroom and full kitchen were a bonus.
I stayed for about 5 days in June 2011 with some friends - I believe we got what they called the one bedroom suite or condo. The A/C is excellent and works very well - so it's a huge plus if you're like me and not fond of the heat. The staff at the front desk is very friendly and helpful. The cleaning and maintenance staff is friendly enough, but it's nothing spectacular. The room is definitely dated (as is the rest of the hotel), and it's definitely not the cleanest, but I wouldn't call it filthy. Personally, I don't care to have my bed made or towel changed every single day - it's not like I'm sharing it with other people. Nonetheless, like others have mentioned about the Aston properties in general, cleaning is subpar. They don't do it that well. Again, unless you're a neat freak, it shouldn't be a bother. My biggest complaint were the AWFUL beds. The one in the bedroom was at least comfortable enough to fall asleep on (not that it's saying much). The sofa bed is just terrible an...
We were situated on the 31st floor and it is a nice view looking at the water. The hotel is about 3 minutes walk from the beach (2.5 long blocks). The room was everything as described, clean, newish looking, free wifi... Maid service came everyday to spot clean and make the beds. There is a $15/day amenity fee charged at checkout and they do have garage parking for $15/day which I paid on checkout. AC worked great but hardly ever needed it for May weather. There is no restaurant on the premises but we found other places close by to eat and ABC stores were all over to buy groceries for snacks and what nots. Safeway and Walmart were not too far away to buy other stuff. Overall I enjoyed my stay here. The only way to make it better in my eyes would be to have the same type of room across from the beach and free parking, but that would be another Aston property... :-)
This is the fourth time that we had stayed at this hotel. We always stayed at this hotel because of the one bedroom full kitchen rooms. Its an okay hotel.
We stayed for a week in June 2013. We had a great vacation at Waikiki, but will not recommend this hotel or ever stay here again. This hotel is definitely family friendly, but our biggest issue is that is was not that clean and front desk staff was generally rude and not helpful. New carpet was definitely needed. My son walked around barefoot in the room for a few hours, and his foot was black just from that. The room smelled musty when we immediately walked in. The smell was there the whole week. Housekeeping staff was clearly under pressure to get as much done as possible, 'cleaning a room' was about a 10 minute process which is shocking considering it is a two bedroom 'suite' with a kitchenette. (The bedrooms are super small). Second, we had issues with the front desk staff from the beginning. When checking in, they had mixed up our reservations with another party with a similar last name. We were working through it the issue and it wasn't a big deal, however, the front desk...
Clean hotel with full kitchen and a living room area and a sofa bed, perfect for small families. The bedroom and living room are divided for extra privacy. Three blocks from the famous Waikiki Beach.
The location is great, easy to get to everything. The full kitchen and large living area were appreciated, as it gave us plenty of space and made it easy to have breakfast in the room each day. The king bed was very comfortable. However, the sofa bed was terrible, as was the roll-away we called for to replace it. A minor problem was the lack of an exhaust fan in the bathroom, which meant leaving the window open. The major problem we had was with the actual room door. It didn't close properly. We had to pull/push it forcefully to make sure it closed. One day, we returned to the room to find that the door hadn't been closed by housekeeping. Nothing was taken or damaged, but it was unnerving. It probably had only been like that for a short time, as housekeeping didn't clean the room until nearly 5 pm -- very late. Overall, we'd stay here again, as the space and location were excellent for the money.
During our five night stay at the Aston Waikiki Sunset hotel, the service we experienced was extremely disappointing. We had several issues with the room, the service and the staff. We even had to wait over two hours for our room to be 'finished' so that we could check in. The hotel and room were clean, but there was construction going on a week ahead of schedule. When we booked our room, we were not warned. We were also not warned when we checked in. Had we been informed we would not have stayed here. The noise from the construction was unbearable. It was so loud at times that we could not maintain a conversation. We were not in our room much, but when we were the noise was horrible. When I spoke with the front desk they were semi rude about the situation. The gentleman I spoke with asked me 'what do you want me to do about it?' - Really?!?!? We also found a cockroach on our kitchen floor. When I called the desk about it, the gentleman said that they are common in Hawaii and there wa...
The first appearance seemed horrible because we arrived at night and not have good lighting in the lobby and decor and carpets that need refurbishing. But the conclusion is that this very well located three blocks from the beach, the price relative to what you offer is very good. the reception and cleaning staff are excellent, very friendly. In the 6th floor has a shared pool, wifi in the room because it's just cable internet and I could not connect at any time, so we had to go to the 6th floor. on the 5th floor there is a market that sells all variety of things to eat and also rent equipment for snorkeling. The room is very comfortable, more if you go with the family because you have a double room with king bed but the mattress Staba not very good, a sofa bed in the living room and fully equipped kitchen. On each floor there is a disposition washes clothes washers and dryers coin operated. Paying or $ 10 per day resort fee you got the fee, which are growing in many hotels and you bene...
This was our first trip to Honolulu, and we got an INSANE deal on the hotel room. We had a one-bedroom suite and a two-bedroom suite, both with full kitchens, and living rooms with sofa beds. Our views were spectacular (Diamondhead Mountain from the living room; oceanfront view from bedroom). The staff were very friendly and helpful. Two block walk to Waikiki Beach. Would definitely stay there again if we get the chance.
The room I stayed in was excllent I loved everything about the room. The window view was beautiful looking at the diamond head.
Watch out for the $10/night 'activity' fee. Kinda like airline bagage fees. Sneaky way to get more money out of you. The walk to the beach is two long blocks. God forbid you forgot somethng and have to walk back to the hotel. If you get ocean view - get very high room as you will be looking mostly at ugly roof tops of other buildings.