White Sands Hotel
Get a Waikiki beach vacation at a price that fits your budget at the White Sands Hotel. Previous guests rave over the hotel's prime location not far from Waikiki Bay. Hawaii's capital city, and the rest of the island of Oahu, offer plenty to do for families, couples, adventurers, and more. The island's white sand beaches are prime locations to relax and unplug. Don't miss the scenic lookouts or the beautiful botanical garden at Waimea Valley Park. Whether you're in Hawaii for a romantic getaway or a family trip, there's something to suit everyone's interests near the White Sands Hotel.
Guests who've stayed at the Hotel enjoy the quiet and comfy atmosphere. The pool and sundeck offer a nearby getaway when you need to escape the crowds of Waikiki Beach. The rooms are cozy and help guests feel at home, especially thanks to the built-in kitchenette found in most rooms. The White Sands Hotel can be your home-away-from-home while you're in Honolulu. Spring for a room with a view, and you won't be disappointed. Ground-level, pool-view rooms allow guests convenient, immediate access to the pool. If you're on a budget this vacation, the price and value of the White Sands Hotel Honolulu can't be beat.
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... volunteered to drive us there, ( wow weird stuff going )
Got to the hotel checked in and kids were hungry, we ordered a ton of food from a delivery place and of course within 20 minutes they wanted to go to bed and food arrived and we made them
get up and eat it. ( you know there are starving people in Africa)
Right after we ordered the food Drew mad the awful discovery that he had left his brand new iphone on the plane so spent about an hour ...
... I felt like replying, Rose (from the Titanic of course..HA, cheesy I know!). The famous line 'You jump I jump' is all I kept thinking. I couldn't back down now. I was there. He was there. This was meant to happen. So I got proper footing along the edge and Anthony counted down. 3, 2, 1...JUMP!!!!!!!!!!! In the three seconds it took to plummet down to the waters below I screamed every last breath. So loud I swear it echoed throughout the entire bay. Cheering, ...
... here and it felt sooo good. Once we were up and going, some of my friends and I went to a lagoon about an hour away. It was a beach, but there were man built rock walls so the waves could barely get through (and the ones that did were super small). It was nice because we could wade out in the water without getting knocked over, and since the water was so calm you could really tell how clear it was. You could perfectly see to your toes while you were standing in water up to ...
... for the same price?! After loading up on nutrients we again hit the surf for more snorkeling, sun soaking, and playing in the sand. The water is surprisingly chilly but you get use to it. The sky was cloudy off and on and the wind added to chill. But it beats Houston's 100deg humid summers. Plus NO Mosquitos! NO fire ants! At least not that we've seen so far. After enough(? - you can never have enough) snorkeling we split the families up into our own ...
... and before I knew it we were coming into Phoenix. It was beautttifulll. I had never seen mountains, so I of course loved it. Thank God I made friends with the girl next to me because I was practically on top of her trying to look out the window. Aisle seat probs. We had a five hour layover in Phoenix but it wasn't too bad because that place is HUGE. We walked around finding food, met up with other people who were flying to Hawaii for Camp, and pretty soon ...