Wyndham at Waikiki Beach Walk
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWyndham at Waikiki Beach Walk Honolulu
We arrived in the dark and despite using a GPS, we had trouble finding the parking lot to the Wyndham. That's because it's tucked in behind the hotel off a tiny side street. The Wyndham entrance is also non-descript. The easiest way to identify it is by the pair of folks in color-coordinated shirts standing in front of a podium. I think their official job is to attract attention to the time sharing opportunities at the Wyndham, but luckily for us, they were there to direct us to the valet serviced parking lot. The nightly fee is $35 and really if you stay at the Wyndham, there are no real options because the hotel is smack dab in the middle of a very active area with minimal parking opportunities. For us, that was exactly the draw, its awesome location: close to the beach yet right in the middle of the action.
No complaints about the staff. Everyone we met were very helpful and courteous.
We ended up in a two bedroom unit on the sixth floor facing the street with absolutely no view of the beach. Luckily, the street was lovely and provided lots of fun people watching opportunities. The interior of the unit was spacious and resembled the pictures. We were surprised by the mustiness upon entering the unit. Perhaps it's something to be expected given that we are so close to the ocean. Even with the air conditioning running, the musty smell persisted. It wasn't horrible, just something that we eventually got used to. The unit was a little more tired looking than we had expected. In the pictures, the unit appeared practically brand new, but in reality the furniture was beginning to show its age. Nevertheless, everything in the kitchen functioned very well and it was well stocked with almost everything you would need to cook your own meals. The air conditioning in the master bedroom never quite got going and it always seemed a little warmer in that room. Since we were there for only three nights, we never had the chance to take advantage of the facilities the hotel had to offer. The pool did not appear luxurious, just small and basic. Overall, the hotel suited our needs perfectly as a pied a terre for visiting the sights of Oahu.
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