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Get me a stretch of sand, bone-warming sun, and a place to chill out, especially during the winter months, and I'm a happy man. I want to wake to the soothing sound of breaking waves. I want to take in the aroma of suntan lotion...More
We were both very happy with this hotel and will come back next time in Honolulu. I'd recommend The New Otani as long as you don't require a full service hotel (which oddly enough we usually do but here the pros outweigh the cons!).
5 Thank Craig K
Response from KaimanaHotel, Director of Sales at The New Otani Kaimana Beach HotelResponded 28 February 2013
Aloha and thank you for your comments made on Trip Advisor. We encourage all of our valued guests to let us know how we are doing, and we truly appreciate you taking the time to write this. We hope to welcome you back again soon...More
My wife and I spent 5 nights at this property during our honeymoon. We were upgraded to an Ocean View Deluxe room with an amazing panorama along Waikiki (and beyond towards Eva Beach) and out over the Pacific. Although the room was rather small, the...More
This old hotel - known to locals as the Kaimana Beach hotel - is the closest hotel to Diamond Head. It is located right on the beach - you walk out of the hotel lobby on to the sand. Its restaurant - the Hau Tree...More
Location. Concerning hotels, the problem with Honolulu is that the great majority of them are concentrated in Waikiki. And concentration is indeed THE problem here. Waikiki is a ghetto, a fancy and expensive one but a ghetto nonetheless. Yet the area just outside of Waikiki...More