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We traveled to Waikiki to celebrate my 50th birthday.
My sister and husband also traveled with us.
We booked through WestJet Vacations who booked through Diamond Head Vacations.
We stayed from February 8, 2012 through February 17, 2012.
Do not think you are going to...More
We reserved a 1 bedroom suite expecting a separate bedroom from the living room area. We we surprised and disappointed to find the a corrugated pull out wall was all that separated the queen size bed from the living room area. The pull out separator...More
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Response from RAhlo, General Manager at Waikiki ShoreResponded 15 February 2012
Thank you for your comments. We will make every attempt to improve on the description of the 1 bedroom rooms to best describe our rooms. It has always been our intention to do the very best we can for our visitors. Our concerns are...More
My husband and I just spent 10 glorious days in 912/914 Waikiki Shore. Both condos have been very recently updated (appliances, fixtures, furnishings, etc.) and couldn't be more comfortable and tastefully appointed. Our million dollar ocean view was more than enough to make me want...More
We stayed in a 2 bedroom apartment on the top (15th) floor, overlooking Fort De Russy park and with views over the beachfront. The units can be booked through the Outrigger chain or another company. Location was excellent but apartment needed work. Louvered windows didn't...More
If you are looking for more than a hotel room right on Waikiki beach, this is perfect. We were in unit 918 which had fantastic views of the ocean, sunsets, rainbows, a park and city lights. It had a very comfortable living room, good sized...More
I always stay at the Waikiki Shore when in Hawaii. The higher floors have the better views, and those closer to the waterfront are best. We always try to stay on the 10th Floor or above. The rooms are numbered from the... More
I always stay at the Waikiki Shore when in Hawaii. The higher floors have the better views, and those closer to the waterfront are best. We always try to stay on the 10th Floor or above. The rooms are numbered from the waterfront end, so for example room number 1008 is on the 10th floor and is the 8th room back from the water. You can go right back to room 14 and still have a good view north to the Hilton Hawaiian fireworks on Friday evening at 7:30pm, because all the condos have big picture windows on the north side and those on higher floors provide great views. But you have to get a condo close to the waterfront end to see Diamond Head (which is south of Waikiki), and even then you only get a small view, because the Outrigger Reef next door to Waikiki Shore blocks out the view south to Diamond Head from most rooms. Anyway, all the condos in Waikiki Shore are entered by a walkway down the south side of The building, and so all the entrance doors to Waikiki Shore condos are also on the south side. So there are no big picture windows on the south side. Instead, you must go out onto the walkway to get a decent view of Diamond Head. I noticed that someone recommended getting a room on the 3rd Floor but I personally find low floors have no views. Go higher if you can, and preferably 10th Floor or above. Hope this helps.