Aston Waikiki Sunset

229 Paoakalani Avenue, Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii, 96815, United States | 3 star condo
Prices starting from $177.00

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After the rather average start we decided that a quick trip to our hotel was in order so hailed a taxi. The kids were gutted we missed the limo by one car. A tip for novices is to check the pricing of various different transport options when travelling with families - in our case it was cheaper to taxi than shuttle. Anyhow 20 minutes later we were …

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26th May to 3rd June 2013 Aloha! Good morning, good day, good night, who knows what time it is, we left Fiji on the evening of the 26th May and arrived in Hawaii on the morning of the 26th May, we have crossed the international date line and gone back in time, its a proper mind f**k but I reckon we get to live a day longer than anyone else on the …

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6 Days in Honolulu before boarding "The Rhapsody of the Seas". Staying in Waikiki was like the Hawaiian version of the Gold Coast. This was the place to explore the numerous shops in the cool of the evening while enjoying everything Oahu has to offer during the day.

Outlet Shopping
Bring on the extra suitcases! We visited the outlet …


A travel blog entry by ewtodd


Day 2
We had a 4:30am wake up call so it was a very short night.
Our flight to Honolulu was delayed 30 minutes so that wasn't too bad as we were flying in daylight.
(It seems to feel better to me.)
After leaving Vancouver in rain we arrived to bright sunny and hot weather. Our pick-up took us to our hotel but we were moved to …

Day 7 Tour around the Eastern and northern Oahu

A travel blog entry by johnmu


... used to, if at all. Lunch was at the northern tip of the island at a shrimp stand called Giovanni's, recommended by the guy we hired our car off. Only three types of shrimp, garlic, hot and spicy and lemon sauce. Opted for the safe version, garlic. After lunch onto the north shore beaches, Sunset, Pipeline and Waimea Bays. Stopped at Waimea for a swim and now understand why the waves there can get so big. The beach drops away ...

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This 3 star condo, located in the Waikiki area of Honolulu, is near Waikiki Diving Center, Saint Augustine Church, Damien Museum, and Spa Olakino.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsAston Waikiki Sunset Honolulu

    Reviewed by themcmorrows

    A little old but great location

    Reviewed Sep 24, 2012
    by (2 reviews) Hervey Bay , Australia Flag of Australia

    Located 2 blocks from the beach, this slightly dated Hotel boasts fully self contained apartments and a fantastic location.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    Historical Traveler Reviews Aston Waikiki Sunset Honolulu

    Just OK


    We just returned from our first trip to Oahu & Maui. We stayed 4 nights in the Aston Waikiki Sunset & would not stay at this facility again. It was one of only a few that offer 2 bedrooms which is why it was chosen.

    Very pleased at Waikiki Sunset


    Just returned from a stay at the Waikiki Sunset. All the hotel staff, including maids and maintenence workers were courteous and pleasant--the front staff turned us on to some good eating places where the natives eat--off the Waikiki beaten path. The apartment-sized kitchen in our suite was fully stocked and contained a microwave, toaster, and coffee maker (Kona Coffee included)--we cooked breakfast each morning. The room was clean and the air conditioner worked well.

    Very Satisfied


    I was very pleased at this hotel/condo. I booked an oceanview suite that overlooked Diamond Head and Waikiki Beach. I asked the friendly woman at the front desk to put us on the highest floor available and she gave us the 37th floor! The floor-to-ceiling windows in both the living area and bedroom gave breathtaking taking views. Since the window was right next to the bed, I woke up to a beautiful blue curtain (the blue sky blending in with the ocean) every morning. As we were watching TV, fireworks started going off on Waikiki Beach! Thanks to our balcony and beautiful view, we were able to take pictures with our camera. Because of our stay at the Aston Waikiki Sunset, it made our stay at Hawai'i very memorable. I would recommend this place to anyone!

    Great hotel!!!!!!!


    I did a lot of research before booking a stay at this hotel - and what I found more than exceeded my expectations. My main concern was that the room be big enough for my two-year old to roam around in, since we would be staying in Hawaii for a week. The service at the Waikiki Sunset was unbelievable! We stayed Memorial Day week and even though our plane arrived early, the staff let us check-in at 1pm (check-in time was 3pm) and we paid for a standard 1-bd mountain view room -- we got a room facing the ocean and on the 15th floor! What amazing views of the ocean and the sunset!The pluses of the hotel was definintely the full kitchen which was stocked with all the utensils, pots/pans, dishware, etc. Even dish soap and tray to wash & dry dishes. The spaciousness of the room, the mini-mart on the 5th floor definitely came in handy! In some reviews I read that the beach was pretty far -- it took us all of 10 minutes - not far at all! Maid service was GREAT!!the only downside to this hotel was the $7 a day parking - if you could find street parking then this didn't matter, but we could NEVER find street parking. AND the pool was not very inviting. From our room we could see the pool at the neighboring Aston Waikiki Banyan and THAT pool was awesome! The Sunset's pool claims to be heated, but it sure didn't feel like it!!I would DEFINITELY recommend this hotel for families who don't want to be stuffed into a small hotel room and who don't want to pay an arm and a leg going out for food throughout the day & night!



    We stayed there for 7days. The staff was really friendly. When we got to the hotel they had upgraded us to a 1 bedroom suite on the 34th floor. The view was unbelievable. The pool was nice because it was never busy with a bunch of children. The walk to the beach and to the strip was only about 2 minutes. The suite was clean and bed's were very comfortable. I am a travel agent and I would and have recommeded it to my clients.

    Was OK


    went there spring break 2001;pluses: full kitchen, view from 21st floor, extra room with sofa (nice to watch movies apart from the bedroom); japaneese noodle place in the middle on the way to/from the beach - great food, ate there most of the time, such good flavored dishes. minuses: little bit old, could use reovations, but livable, wished it was closer to the beach- 15 minutes walk to the beach, pool water cold and very windy on the 4th floor, and it's not near elevator, you have to walk pretty far to get to it, if you are leaving the pool don't forget to close your mouth or you shatter your teeth. Shopsand beach - you walk - good excersize.



    When traveling with 3 children it can be stressful. With all the anemities of this condo/hotel it made the trip great. Centrally located to the beach, shopping, and attractions (zoo, aquarium, Waikiki Beach, ect.) it was not only convenient but, priced right as well. We would highly recommend this hotel to anyone.

    Exceptional service!


    The service of the staff is Exceptional! My husband and I were there for a week on our honeymoon, & we could not have picked a better hotel in Waikiki.

    We received whatever we requested, from help with our luggage, to directions to specific points in the city, & even a blender so that we could mix our our drinks in our clean, spacious & luxurious room with a beautiful view of both Diamond Head & Waikiki Beach.

    The spirit of Aloha is alive & well at this wonderful hotel. :)

    Great Value


    My wife and our three teenagers stayed here for 4 nights. The 2 room suite we had was a little cramped (when we were all there) but was not so small as to be a problem. It was very clean and all the appliances and fixtures (something important to us) were clean and functional. The lobby was very nice and welcoming. One down side was the wait to be checked in- probably 30 minutes. Granted there were many other people there and the staff was working hard. Still...

    Very Pleased


    My family and I were very pleased with our stay at the Aston Sunset. Our one bedroom suite was well maintained, clean, and the daily room service was exceptional. The time of the service varied from day to day but if you are spending your all your time in your room worrying about when your bed is to be made, you are wasting a lot of time and money in paradise ! I think we only actually were in the room once when the service was provided.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Aston Waikiki Sunset Honolulu

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Traveler Photos Aston Waikiki Sunset Honolulu

    Kids in the pool.
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    My Hawaiian princess.
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    Kiwi bloke cooking.
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    Diamond Head from the recreation deck.
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    Sunrise, actually.
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