Hyatt Place Waikiki Beach

Address: 175 Paoakalani Avenue, Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii, HI 96815, United States | 2 star resort
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This 2 star resort, located in the Waikiki area of Honolulu, is near Saint Augustine Church, Damien Museum, Lucoral Museum, and Nohea Gallery.
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsHyatt Place Waikiki Beach Honolulu

          Reviewed by v.pilipaka

          Spectacular stay!

          Reviewed Mar 24, 2015
          by (1 review) Wasilla , United States Flag of United States

          Our stay here was SPECTACULR! We did have an elevator problem because there were so many people there. However that did not bother us too much. The staff was very kind and always ready to help. The facility was clean and tidy!

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          Reviewed by djcail

          Great stay at Hyatt Place Waikiki

          Reviewed Jan 20, 2014
          by (7 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

          Wonderful stay at Hyatt Place. The bed was very comfortable, the breakfast had so much variety and was a great way to start the day. convenient to the public bus and 2 blocks from the beach. staff were very friendly and helpful

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          Historical Traveler Reviews Hyatt Place Waikiki Beach Honolulu

          Great hotel if on a budget


          We stayed at the Ocean Resort Hotel from June 23rd to the 29th. We found a great deal online for a partial ocean view room. We expected to barely see the ocean from the balcony but we had a beautiful view. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Kuhio Beach was a 3 minute walk and Waikiki Beach was only about 5 minutes away. There is a bus stop right in front of the hotel so you don't really need a car. We saved over $200 on food and entertainment with the Entertainment Book. I can't stress how helpful this book is.

          Good Deal


          We went to Ohau on May 22-26 and stayed at Ocean Resort for 5 days. Although the hotel was a little old, but for the price we paid, it was a great deal with ocean view. The hotel is near the beach and away from the busy streets. I would recommend it to people who refers the beach more that shopping and who try to save some bucks.

          Great Hotel


          My husband and I just came back from our honeymoon and the hotel was great. We were a little concern about the hotel when we booked the reservation but let me tell you that the hotel is very nice. The people at the front desk where nice and helpful and the service was great. We had breakfast at the restaurant and the food was very good. We have no complaints about it, the location is just great, just a block and a half from the beach. We didn't ask for an ocean view and when we got there, we found out that they had upgraded our room category for an ocean view. So if you are planning to go to Hawaii this is a good 3 star hotel close to the beach and very good for the price you pay.

          12 time guest and coming back on nov 2003


          as stated we have stayed at the Ocean Resort many times and have had great experieices. The room staff and and front desk staff have been efficient and helpful during our visits. We will be coming back in nov this year. Aloha don and jan



          We went in January of 2003 for our honeymoon. Although the room was a bit small, it was clean, 2 blocks from the beach, and staff was friendly.

          Good deal


          Went for spring break in March 2000. The two of us paid for it ourselves so we were extremely happy to get the deal we did----had an ocean view that totally wasn't expected and liked the location (easy walk to everywhere). Have never found a reason to have a car while on Oahu---the bus works just fine for me. Yep, the carpet is old and worn and the rooms are not 5 star but the Ocean Resort is an older hotel and I think it suits it's purpose (a bed and a bathroom). I plan on returning to the island in March 2004 for my wedding and I think I will try to have most (if not all) of my friends/family stay at this hotel since, in my opinion, it is the best deal I have found.

          Great location, but...


          Yes, the hall carpets need to be replaced (they are beyond cleaning); yes, some staff are great and some are not (restaurant service suffers, desk clerks were good); and YES, the location is terrific. I'm glad we weren't at the other end of the beach, nearer the shopping, because we preferred the proximity of the park, aquarium, zoo, and the pier. (Watch the local kids fling themselves off the pier into the water, boogie board, and entertain themselves with ukelele playing.)



          Hard to beat these rates in Waikiki--but realize that it's cheap for a reason! The dingy rooms are cheaply furnished and show their age, the parking is limited and your car more likely than not will get broken into. Their staff could use customer service training--although a few of them were great, I couldn't believe what a rude, unfriendly and unhelpful lot the majority of them are. That said, if you can't afford any of the other hotels in Waikiki, go for it, but if you're looking for a relaxing pampering experience, look elsewhere...

          Ocean Resort


          Although, this place has a little wear and tear to it. For the price you pay, $55.00/nt, it is worth it. It is in walking distance to everything. Right around the corner they have Sunset on the Beach, which is movies on the beach. I come every two weeks to Hawaii, and I went to a couple other hotels but I have to say I will choose Ocean Resort over any of the other economy hotels. I usually get an ocean/diamond head view, which at other hotels you can pay up the yingyang for. Anyways, I like this hotel very much. And by the way, right across the street you can park at the Waikiki Banyan for $5/nt. Hope this helps!

          Recent stay, Aug. 2002


          Got a last minute cheap rate at this hotel. Definitely not more than a 2 star facility. Room was clean although the carpet was well worn. Hallways were dark and dirty. They nickel and dime you for everything-$3.50 per day to use your safe deposit box, $8 per day for parking, $.75 per local call, etc. If it's cheap you want this is the place but don't expect much else in the way of amenities.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Hyatt Place Waikiki Beach Honolulu

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Honolulu

          Taking a deep, clear, blue Adventure

          A travel blog entry by v.pilipaka on Mar 24, 2015

          11 photos

          It was a warm March morning, when everyone scrambled to get to my house. My dad and Vitaliy loaded two trucks full of luggage and 6 excited girls crammed in. The day had finally come and we were all excited to start our adventure to Hawaii. We arrived at the airport and went through the ticket gate and TSA smoothly except for me of course. I had …

          What do you call a blind dinosaur?

          A travel blog entry by nessandjess on May 07, 2015

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          ... turtle was a marine corps base so as we drove up there was a marine checking cars at a gated barrier. I didn't want us to look like complete dummies so I told Jess to do a u turn just before the booth. It would have been a funny story but I also didn't want anyone thinking we were trying to sneak into a military base!

          Catching Gobies and Cryopreserving their Testes

          A travel blog entry by juliocamperio on Apr 25, 2015

          7 photos

          ... and then crushed in a solution. Sperm cells were then counted to see amount. We then cryopreserved them in -80 Celsius freezer. The idea is to inject sperm cells in a sterile fish, the stem cells of the host fish will then adapt to the new sperm cells and form goby eggs. This can potentially be done to all other fish. Japan is huge on this but mainly to eat the fish, we are doing it for conservation issues. ...

          Long flight via LA

          A travel blog entry by hilaryramsey on Feb 06, 2015

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          ... br>
          The hotel is full of Japanse and even al the restaurants have menus in Japanese - many seem to come here for weddings

          Back at the hotel we watched from the 5th floor balcony that overlooked the beautiful beach and pool the light and music show in the swimming pool below. It was very good and all done with lights.


          Aloha from Hawaii!

          A travel blog entry by mnkschultz on Dec 14, 2014

          85 photos

          ... but unfortunately the coral has been badly damaged and appears quite dead (everyone has to watch an 8 min. video about caring for the area eg. Don't step on the coral, don't feed the fish, etc.). I (Kathy) could snorkel all day, but Max can only take so much! I can't wait to get back to North Queensland do some more snorkeling.

          Our flight out from Honolulu was at 10 am the next day - it meant getting up early (especially since the Honolulu marathon was ...

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