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TravelPod Member ReviewsWaikiki Banyan Honolulu
Clean, comfortable, had a pool. The location is great-so close to the beach. Walking distance to all attractions on Waikiki and around. We had a kitchen-we were able to cook our own food. The food is a bit pricey and I don't eat Asian cuisine or seafood. Each floor has a washing machine and a dryer. Each room has a dishwasher-dishes, pans and pots.
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