Another Waikiki hotel request

Mar 8th, 2008, 09:56 AM
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Another Waikiki hotel request

Need some advice from the experts on this board. We have lots of requirements that I'm hoping can be met. We are traveling this June with two young kids under six, and also in-laws, one of whom is in need of handicapped facilities. We're in need of two rooms/suites in the Waikiki area, and would like a clean place at around $400 per night for both. One of the rooms/suites should have a kitchen or kitchenette, while at least one decent restaurant on-site or adjacent/close walking distance (no long walks) would be very important. Doesn't necessarily have to be walking distance to the beach (we'll have a car) but it should be fairly quiet at night. Any suggestions? Been looking at Resortquest Banyan but not clear there's any good restaurants nearby or how the location is. TIA.
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Mar 8th, 2008, 10:17 AM
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Waikiki has over 200 restaurants. So if there is none in any given hotel, there will be one next door.

Resortquest Waikiki Sunset (condo) is right across the street from Waikiki Banyan (condo). Sunset has both 1 & 2 bedroom units. Banyan has 1 bedroom units.

There are both about 1 block from the beach. Free brochure. There are over 400 websites for lodging, restaurants & attractions in the brochure & on the site. Click on: OVB Yellow Pages

Lots of info:

Map of Waikiki hotels & condos:
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Mar 8th, 2008, 10:52 AM
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Re the location of the RQ you are considering: It will be about a 5 min. walk to the beach. As you can see in map Dusty gave the link to, that section of beach is a park and there is walled area that is very calm for swimming.

restaurants I would recommend that are fairly close: Keoni, American/Thai, great breakfast special, inexpensive for lunch and moderate for dinner, ground floor of Ohana East at corner of Kuhio and Kaiulani; Tiki's, broad menu, moderate prices, second floor of RQ Waikiki Beach hotel on Kalakaua; Lulu's, a little less expensive than Tiki's with surf theme interior, at the corner of Kalakaua and Kapahulu.

In Waikiki, there really isn't parking right at the beach.
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Mar 8th, 2008, 12:58 PM
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Thanks guys! Good info, appreciate it.
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Mar 9th, 2008, 09:53 AM
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One area to park close to the beach is down at the Queen Kapiolani park end. There is metered parking for the zoo, and other places you can park along the street. It's a bit less crowded at that end too.
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