Where to stay in waikiki on a budget?

Old Mar 25th, 2007, 01:49 PM
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Where to stay in waikiki on a budget?

My husband and I are thinking of going at the end of June into July. We've been a few times and prefer the area of Waikiki near the Hyatt/Marriott hotels (I'm not sure what you would consider that area). We'd be interested in hotels or condos for $100-$150 per night. We're looking for clean, not too small and within 2 blocks of the beach. Please give me your suggestions.
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Old Mar 25th, 2007, 02:52 PM
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You can try these:

http://www.vrbo.com/vacation-rentals...h-oahu/waikiki

www.visit-oahu.com Free brochure. They have over 400 websites for lodging, restaurants, attractions in the brochure & on the site. Click on: OVB Yellow Pages.

Lots of Oahu info:

http://fodors.com/forums/threadselec...1&tid=34812564

This has lots of budget info including some lodging:

http://www.budgettravelonline.com/bt...aii/index.html

This is a clean, budget hotel:

www.royalgrovehotel.com

Ohana hotels are around that price.

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Here's a favorite of some Fodorites -
http://www.hawaiianahotelatwaikiki.com/about.htm
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As another poster mentioned, the Hawaiiana is a great choice - you can't beat the location and it's a wonderful little place, but not if you're looking for "resort" ammenities. It's is only steps from Kalakaua, the beach is at the end of the street, The Bus can be caught just outside the back gate and dining and shopping are only steps away. The rooms are dated, yes, but all have small kitchenettes, there are two pools and the grounds are beautiful gardens; the staff is wonderful. Staying here is like stepping back in time.

Also - the Aqua Waikiki Wave (formerly the Coral Reef) is a good place and has some great rates. Some of the other Aqua resorts have comparable rates.

You might also try vrbo.com - and then select Oahu, and whichever direction you want (Waikiki South or North) and you will get a listing of many, mnay private owner condos available - some at incredible rates. These include kitchenettes, lanais, may have parking. I'm staying in one at the Island colony on Seaside and Ala Wai for two weeks this summer and it isn't even costing me $100 per night INCLUDING ALL fees, taxes AND parking.

Wherever you end up - have a terrific trip!
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