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All reviewsbunk bedsdorm roomquiet hoursfree wafflesfree pasta nightthere is no air conditioningbig kitchenscreen doorsemi private roomwaikiki beachclean sheetsshower and toiletbus stopenjoy waikikiprovide towelsheart of waikikiother guests
I stayed here about two weeks ago for 5 nights and it exceeded all my expectations. I was travelling alone and this hostel was so helpful with any of my needs, all travellers staying here were more than friendly and wanted to meet others as...More
Very nice hostel, the dorm are well ventilated with no AC, which I like. I hate AC.
The staff is the nicest I ever had in a hoste, two of the girls were the sweetest! Mask rantal is free, It is clean. Great outdoor area,...More
This hostel is a great place to meet people from all over the world. Beautiful courtyard encourages to socialize untill the quiet hours ( 11 p.m.) . Young management aims to make hostel guests feel like home. Matresses are new and comfortable and you have...More
I stayed with in a 6-bed dorm with my friends on a "business trip" for one week. I enjoyed it. It was clean and staffs kept the discipline of guests well (no drunk people talking aloud at night). It has a nice courtyard that help...More
This is truly a wonderful place to stay. I booked for two days and ended up staying two weeks! Robin is a lovely host; she knows everyone by name and she will make you feel right at home. Seaside Hawaiian is a very social place...More
Response from apfsmith | Property representative |
At this time we do not have parking. In March we will add 1 0r 2 spaces that we were renting to our apartment tenants next door. These spaces will be on a first come first served basis until we can update our... More
At this time we do not have parking. In March we will add 1 0r 2 spaces that we were renting to our apartment tenants next door. These spaces will be on a first come first served basis until we can update our reservation system to handle this.
I recommend that guests not plan to rent a car for the duration of their stay.
Since hosteling involves, or should involve, interaction among guests it's not surprising that informal groups quite often form to share rental car rental and gas expense and impromptu trips to other parts of the Island.
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"They all seem to be great. I was in a four share."