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Aston at the Executive Centre Hotel

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • central to downtown businesses, transportation, and sights
  • great restuarant—Hukilau—in the lobby

    Cons

  • no beach within walking distance
  • area businesses shut down early on weekdays and usually close on weekends
  • parking is very expensive

Aston at the Executive Centre Hotel Review

Downtown Honolulu's only hotel is an all-suites high-rise in the center of the business district, within walking distance of the historic Capitol District, museums and Honolulu's Chinatown and a 10-minute drive from Honolulu International Airport. It's also three blocks from Aloha Tower Marketplace and the cruise-ship terminal at Pier 10. Accommodations occupy the top 10 floors of the 40-story glass tower, and have panoramic views of downtown Honolulu and Honolulu Harbor. Many hotels offer their guests free continental breakfast each morning, but here it's served in the top-floor Executive Club with views so mesmerizing, you might linger over your morning latte. The slew of amenities is a boon to those staying for several days or longer. Each spacious suite has a separate living area, three phones, deep whirlpool tubs, and kitchenette stocked with cold beverages. Some units have washer-dryers. It is also within walking distance to the newly revitalized Chinatown area that's burgeoning with new restaurants, bars and art galleries.

    Hotel Details

  • 116 suites.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 01-17-2014

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