Ohana Waikiki East


  • Close to the beach and reasonable rates
  • Decent on-site eateries, including a piano bar


  • Some rooms with no lanai and very basic public spaces
  • An older property that could use a renovation
  • An $15-per-day resort fee will be assessed at checkout

Published 01/10/2017

Fodor's Review

If you want to be in central Waikiki and don't want to pay beachfront lodging prices, consider the Ohana Waikiki East. Next to the Sheraton Princess Kaiulani on the corner of Kaiulani and Kuhio avenues, it's a mere two blocks from the beach and within walking distance of shopping, restaurants, and nightlife. Its location and reasonable rates tend to attract plenty of group travelers. Don't expect any fancy lobbies or outdoor gardens here, but there is a laundrette, coffee bar, and pool. Certain rooms on lower floors have no lanai, and all rooms have showers only. Suites have kitchenettes.

Hotel Information


150 Kaiulani Ave., Honolulu, Hawaii, 96815, USA

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808-922–5353; 866-956–4262; 800-688–7444

Hotel Details:

  • 403 rooms, 38 suites
  • Rate includes: No meals

Published 01/10/2017


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