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My friend and I stayed at this hostel for a week and we loved it! The dorms and bathrooms are very clean and they provide towels and beach towels without extra cost (very useful when you're near the beach). The spacious courtyard is great for...More
You get what you pay for....as simple as that. First, the staff seems very friendly when you arrive but once you have paid they stop being friendly and honestly they are not very helpful. Second, the place is very noisy and although there is a...More
Stayed here for a week in September 2014. Location is great, right around the corner of Kuhio Av. About 10-minute walk from the beach, 5/10-minute walk from groceries etc. They offer free breakfast, but only toast and coffee/tea, which sucked because most hostels I've stayed...More
the seaside hawaiian is a great place to stay in waikiki. resonable prizes for a good location, near bus staion, mainstreet with shops and restaurants, just a few blocks from famous waikiki beach. friendly staff and nice garden to relax.
We booked this hostel pretty much solely based on cost and location. It's a 5 min walk from where the airport bus stopped and 5-10 mins from the beach front.
When we arrived there were people milling around everywhere and it took us a while...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.
Hope this answers your question,