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Die offene Gestaltung war sehr schön. Die Aussicht war unglaublich, eine wunderschöne Aussicht aufs Meer. Uns haben die Läden und die praktische Lage besonders gut gefallen. Unser erstes Zimmer war nicht sehr schön. Könnte mal modernisiert werden und die Aussicht und das Ambiente waren schrecklich. Aber sie haben uns ohne Probleme ein Upgrade für ein viel besseres Zimmer gegeben.
Komfortable Zimmer. Es gibt viel zu tun vor Ort, inklusive Restaurants, Schwimmen (Swimming Pools und Strand), die Geschäfte und es gibt auch Ausflüge.
Die Hotel Annehmlichkeiten sind unglaublich gut, mit vielen Geschäften, Cafes, Pools und Restaurants. Das Hotel liegt am besten Strand in Waikiki - viele der anderen Hotels haben nur einen kleinen Teil des Strands. Die Aussicht ist unglaublich. Ich fand es außerdem gut, dass man eigene Strandliegen und Schirme mitbringen konnte, anstatt diese jeden Tag zu mieten. Es gibt keinen Zimmerservice.
Tolle Aussicht und freundliche Angestellte. Etwas teuer.
Feuerwerk. Die Lage am Strand. Zugang zu 4 schönen Pools. Reihe von Geschäften und Restaurants. veraltete Zimmer. Hinfällige Wände/Farbe Armaturen. Fehlende Möbel in meinem Zimmer? Fahrstühle wirklich alt.
Das Zimmer im Tapa Tower hat uns sehr gut gefallen. Und die Läden in dem Dorf, die Lage zum Strand, die Lagune, etc, waren alle Teil eines tollen Urlaubspaketes. Toller Ort in Honolulu Wir waren nur 1,5 Tage in Honolulu, hauptsächlich um Pearl Harbor zu besuchen, so dass wir kaum im Hilton Village waren. Schade! Wenn man nicht alles in der Anlage nutzt, ist es vielleicht etwas teuer.
Das Meer. Das Personal ist nicht sehr freundlich und nicht gut informiert. übermäßig teuer.
Sehr schönes und komfortables Hotel. Außergewöhnlich gutes Personal! Über dieses Hotel kann ich nichts negatives sagen.
Uns gefiel unser Zimmer mit Meerblick im Tapa Gebäude. Der Strand war sehr schön. Hotel Resort Gebühr $ 30/Nacht
Überfüllt, nicht genug Personal, nicht genügend Platz und Sitzgelegenheiten für die Menge an Leuten, die das Hotel beherbergt, jede Menge Baustellen, kein erholsamer Aufenthalt - ich bin froh, dass wir nur für eine Nacht hier waren.
Das Bad hatte eine Schiebetür und kein Ventilator. Keine Privatsphäre.
The hotel was extraoridnarily clean and you hardly ever saw the staff; but should you need someone of something they were there very quickly to assist the concierge was perfection and the bell captains were super helpful...This hotel made our honeymoon fabulous everything was perfect
very comfortable yet stylish. welcoming shell lei warmed my heart at the check in. simple but well designed kitchen made me want to stay longer and enjoy cooking. the pancakes i ordered for a breakfast at the cafe at the lobby was pretty salty. i was not familiar with pancakes being salty...
Staff was very professional and catered to every need View is slightly obstructed below the 17th floor but still has amazing sunsets, everything else was perfect
The pool is really nice! The rooms were luxurious and the staff were very helpful. It's close to the beach, but not on it. The TV's need an upgrade. It would have been nice if the pool was open later. We watched people swim from our balcony at another hotel while ours was closed.
The style of the hotel was very chic and contemporary. Nice quality and style. The staff are very friendly but need more training. The service was clumsy - not 5 star quality. I was told that this was Honolulu and to drink tap water when I asked about bottled water for our room. I had to keep asking for bottled water, which is complimentary, but forgotten in our room more than twice. My other requests (bath products, champagne in room on arrival) were not carried out accurately. They didn't refill the bath products and when they did the turn down service, they removed the dirty bath mat but did not replace it. We often stay at the Mandarin in Tokyo where the service is simply perfect. Lots of kids in the pool which I didn't expect but at least all of the parents were extremely attentive and polite to us.
Beautiful hotel. Study bar is nice with good cocktails, rooms are nice and housekeeping is good. Difficult to find space at pools and they don't have chairs on the beach. During peak times like Christmas / NY it makes it tough to secure space. Service at the restaurant by the pool was very slow. Painfully slow... I would return but challenged to stay there again @ $500/ night unless everything is perfect.
Love it. Honolulu is known for old resorts and hotels. Modern's building isnt really new, however, all the internals have been renovated so that it feels "modern". Great stay for young hip couples. Parking is a little expensive. $35 and they charge you everything you get your car in and out. Other than that, we had an awesome experience.
Excellent location for beach access, shopping and dining.
Have dreamed of staying at the Royal Hawaiian for many years. The vacation more-than lived up to expectations. The adjacent mall and food court provided entertainment, shopping and reasonable meal choices. Mid-week was peaceful and serene. By the weekend the place was filling up with lots of tourists. Can't believe how many people were in Waikiki in general.
The hotel itself is quite beautiful. Though there is a very small pool, the pool deck is very comfortable and private. There is a fabulous view of Diamond Head on the beach. It's also not a mega hotel, so the number of people wasn't too overwhelming. The delicious muffins were a very nice touch, as well as the staff attention on the pool deck. Great location. Our room seemed small. There were too many reasons we had to call for help, including repairs to the room and keys not working. All resolved, but annoying. I don't think a hotel of this caliber should be having these kind of problems. The price tag is very steep and I wasn't convinced it was worth it.
My girlfriend and I agree that The Royal Hawaiian is our go-to hotel for our stay-cations. We LOVE it there. It's hard to even consider other local hotels. The staff, the facilities, the service, and the way that the hotel feels secluded even though we're in the middle of Waikiki... there's so much to love about this place. This is our second year in a row staying here, and we'll definitely be back. Mahalo to everyone there for continuing to impress us. This space intentionally left blank. :-)
The staff was wonderful and the Mai Tai bar was a great place to sit and watch the sun go down. Rooms were very comfortable This place is expensive, it really helps to be in the mindset that you aren't bargain hunting when you stay here. If you are here in peak season and want to take advantage of beach chair or umbrella rentals you may want to book them before you are onsite.
on the beach They charge for a beach chair 45.00 daily. very crowded at pool and pool is very small.
Though we were in the heart of Waikiki, it did not feel like we were anywhere near the hustle and bustle that is the Waikiki of today. It truly felt like a getaway. Service was stellar, the staff was friendly and attentive, the setting and atmosphere can't be beat. You've spoiled us; we can never stay in another Waikiki hotel. TRH is the one for us. Minor gripes about cleanliness. Found a charm and a bobby pin left by previous room occupants, and toilet had a few hairs and spots also from previous occupants.
Historic, iconic hotel, still the best Nothing
Décor of main hotel was impressive however the waterfront tower that we stayed in was less than impressive. Without the oceanview it would rank average to poor. Pool attendant was rather rude.
The beach the ambiance Everything else
Location is tops, literally the best part of Waikiki Beach fronts the hotel. Amazing history, second only to the Moana Surfrider. Very romantic, but not much stuff to do for kids. AC in historic wing could be better. Pool is very small. Not sure why families bring kids here, they'd be much happier at one of the bigger resorts (including the Sheraton right next door).
Really good rooms and service. The gym was not good!
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!!
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.
The staff and growns are amazing The dolidpin and turtle tanks, way to small for them to live
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.
Perfect facility for people who do not want to stay in Waikiki
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!
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.
Breakfast buffet is a little poor considering its cost $30 per person
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.
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...
Beautiful hotel, excellent location. Would definitely recommend Halekulani for luxury and vip service.
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 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!!!
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!
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)
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!
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.
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!!
Die Naehe zum Strand. Sehr laute Bauarbeiten an der Strandseite der Aussenanlage. Haben andere Zimmer verlangt und bekommen. Fruehstueck war voelllig ueberteuert und WLAN Internetzugang war kostenpflichtig.
Bevorzugte Lage durekt am Strand. Internetzugang 14 Dollar/24h. Kein W-Lan im Zimmer.
Die Lage war unglaublich. Das Personal war sehr freundlich! Der Pool ist nicht der schönste.
Die Lage und die Beibehaltung der alten architektonischen Merkmale in der Lobby. Die Zimmer waren eher durchschnittlich für ein Westin. Alles war ein bisschen veraltet.
Lage, Sauberkeit, Annehmlichkeiten, Preis/Leistungsverhältnis Keine Abneigungen
Tolle Lage am Strand. Einige der Angestellten wussten einfache Dinge nicht. Die Aufzüge haben ein seltsames Rufsystem und sind sehr langsam und überfüllt.
Gefallen hat uns vor allem die herausragende Lage in der Nähe des Beach-Parks am Waikiki Strand. Toll war auch die Grillabende im Aloha Cafe. Es gabe eine kurze Debatte über den Begriff "Oceanview". Wir konnten aber sofort und unbürokratisch in das Zimmer mit dem schöneren Ausblick wechseln.
sehr gute lage in waikiki; typisches, grosses hotel nahe Waikiki strand (auf der anderen seite der strasse, näher gehts nicht) und direkt an der flaniermeile am abend; restaurant mit blick auf ein grosses aquarium fahrstühle sind langsam
zentral gelegen, funtionell, modern, sehr gut ausgestattet, sehr gutes preis-leistungsverhältnis nein
Room, View, Staff, very comfortabel and quiet, good place directly at the waikiki beach Old Tennis Court and extra charge
Sehr gut!, insgesamt Top-Lage, Naehe zum Strand und Geschaeften ebenfalls sehr gut, Fruehstuecksbedienungen eher unfreundlich nein
Am besten ist die exzellente Lage direkt in Waikiki. Für den Preis gibts nichts zu meckern.
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
Lage, Strandnaehe Zimmer war klein, abgewohnt und teilweise schmutzig
Das Hotel ist modern eingerichtet und ist sauber. Das Personal ist sehr freundlich und hilfsbereit. Die Lage ist gut. Frühstück ist nicht inbegriffen.
Hidden gem! Everything here was delightful: the luxury-tropical theme, the buffet dinners, the beautiful pool and hottub, the hotel kayaks, huge bay, live music and fire dancers. Not the place if you are looking for a sandy beach or shopping nearby.
The location is stunning. The pool is beautiful. The Friday night music and fire dancer were great. No phones in the room. They have you sign a very stringent agreement when you check in including saying that they are going to put a $200 hold on your credit card for up to 20 days after check out. When I got home they had over charged me $200.
Awesome rooms. I lived on island for 5 years and it is hands down best place to stay, especially if you want to stay away from the city. Parking was free but difficult. The staff needs to work with all guests on parking in appropriate spots and not taking four spots with one car.
There was a sweet young lady who worked with breakfast great people skills she is going to go places Steps lota steps
On the quiet side of the island, off the beaten track. Could use more outdoor spaces.
The bay views and quiet serenity away from the tourist areas of Oahu are what I liked best. 1.neglected, dilapidated, unkempt properties that greet you RIGHT BEFORE you drive up to THE PARADISE BAY RESORT LOBBY leaves you w/ a very bad first impression. 2.'FREE' activities named online, but turn out to cost $20-$25 3. passive staff
The experience was wonderful. Being right on the water, was great. Breakfast area was awesome. Having kayaks and gear to use, included in the price, was excellent! Yoga was cancelled 2 out of the 3 days we were there.
The location and the view! Bathroom had a weird, moldy smell to it.
Excellent activities available, such as yoga classes, kayak use and classes, and great food recommendations. Would have liked a larger room - looked bigger in the online pics.
Spacious rooms, great view,very relaxing setting,staff very friendly. Breakfast buffet was good and good selection of items. Parking was easy and free. The location was in an area that was not well kept,with residence that did not control their animals.
Just decent people running a great business. I used to live here. I wanted to give my 15 year old twins a taste of the real Hawaii, rather than the concrete jungle. Mission accomplished. no.