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This hotel is in a great location, but is starting to show the wear and tear. Repairs in the hotel room are a bit rough. Holes in the wall have been roughly plastered over, but not sanded smooth. Then painted over but not in an...More
We booked a room at the Waikiki Banyan because they are nice and roomy, have great views and most importantly have full kitchens. Half way though our stay I was going to be running in the Hapalua Half Marathon and I wanted a kitchen to...More
Our group stayed in two different rooms. One on the 15th floor and one on the 12th floor. We rented through KoKo and they were very helpful. Nice condos with everything we needed for our short stay of three nights. A big plus....parking was included...More
Arrived early off our flight, headed to hotel arriving at 730am. Handed over all our details to reception where the gave us directions to the bathroom services to freshen up after our long flight and to hold our bags while we went out for an...More
nice quite hotel...a little dated....but near the beach(one block)....had to go someplace else to eat....as just little snack bar and a mini mart in hotel....not even a bar...room was ok.. as it was a suite. the beds sucked....too low and pulled you to the middle...looked...More
Our room had a futon. Not a sofa bed. But we booked through Sean Parsa and we got a room with 2 queen beds. No one should have to sleep on a sofa bed in my opinion! We've done that for years and haven't found a comfortable... More
Our room had a futon. Not a sofa bed. But we booked through Sean Parsa and we got a room with 2 queen beds. No one should have to sleep on a sofa bed in my opinion! We've done that for years and haven't found a comfortable one yet!!