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Reviewed August 7, 2011

Great hotel--only downside was no coffee maker in the room. Beautiful pool on the beach and great service. Very easy to stay there and not leave the property. Its hard to believe that you are in waikiki

Room tip: pay the extra to get a room where you and see and hear the ocean. Don't bother with a car.
Date of stay: June 2011
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Reviewed August 7, 2011

Fantastic hotel, I can't express how much I loved it here, fantastic rooms, fantastic service, rooms were cleaned twice a day and a newspaper made available every morning. Can't wait to go back one day!

Date of stay: February 2011
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Reviewed August 6, 2011

We were in Hawaii for a Wedding, and we've pretty much given up on staying anywhere else in Oahu, since we've always been disappointed when we do (maybe with the exception of Turtle Bay on the north side of the island), but For Honolulu / Waikiki, The Halekulani is the only way to go. It is centrally located, has a premium location on Waikiki with a view of Diamond head, beachside pool and multiple beachside restaurants and bars. The service is impeccable. The prices are not cheap here, and the rooms smaller than some other places, but We feel that since we're not in our room so much, it is more about the hotel facilities, location, and food. Make sure to stay there and book the Sunday brunch (but don't eat too much the day before).... It is huge with pretty much the equivalent of 3 or 4 buffets of different types all in one. Definitely recommended, although my scale wouldn't agree so much.

Date of stay: June 2011
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Reviewed August 6, 2011

We have stayed here over the years and just loved the Halekulani, but it's time to move on and it's very sad for us. The rooms are exactly like they were in the late '80's except maybe for the t.v.'s. Same furniture, same bathroom rugs, everything hasn't changed.
We love the surroundings and the hotel staff couldn't be nicer but when your paying this price, you expect a newer upgrade in the rooms. We had a jr. suite and it was decent but again the room was very outdated. The partition between the bedroom and the livingroom was just the louvred white doors. Someone sleeping in the bedroom couldn't get sleep because the lights shown throught the partitioned doors.
The staff is great. the pool isn't real big but very nice and elegant. The food is very good.
Everyone is right about the "little oasis" in the middle to fthe city, but it's time to move on.

Date of stay: February 2011
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Reviewed August 2, 2011

If, like me, you think the best hotel in Waikiki is no hotel in Waikiki, this is probably a good option. Location is great (or not great, depending on your perspective) - far enough from the Jersey Shoreness of the main strip but close enough to walk anywhere. Quiet at night. We slept with the balcony door open and listened to the waves. Large percentage of guests were Japanese (there's miso soup on the breakfast buffet). Room and bathroom were spacious and looked just like the pictures (cream colored faux bamboo furniture, like someone's grandmother's condo in Florida). Pool area aesthetically unremarkable but fine and the attendants were helpful. Guys at the bell desk also very helpful. Gym on the small side but okay.

It's a non-smoking hotel (even the balconies), but a few times our room smelled like smoke. I complained twice. The second time management was very responsive (though I think they were responsive because I said it smelled like marijuana smoke) -- and by responsive i mean they sent a guy to spray orange air freshener and another guy to clean our air vent, then the night manager patrolled the hallway. (By way of comparison, I recently complained that my room at the Mandarin Oriental in HK smelled like smoke. They moved me to a new room and sent a box of chocolate truffles and a note of apology.)

It's no Hotel de Crillon, but it was a fine, above average hotel and I'd stay there again.

Date of stay: August 2011
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