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Feuerwerk. Die Lage am Strand. Zugang zu 4 schönen Pools. Reihe von Geschäften und Restaurants. veraltete Zimmer. Hinfällige Wände/Farbe Armaturen. Fehlende Möbel in meinem Zimmer? Fahrstühle wirklich alt.
Das Meer. Das Personal ist nicht sehr freundlich und nicht gut informiert. übermäßig teuer.
The pool is really nice! The rooms were luxurious and the staff were very helpful. It's close to the beach, but not on it. The TV's need an upgrade. It would have been nice if the pool was open later. We watched people swim from our balcony at another hotel while ours was closed.
The style of the hotel was very chic and contemporary. Nice quality and style. The staff are very friendly but need more training. The service was clumsy - not 5 star quality. I was told that this was Honolulu and to drink tap water when I asked about bottled water for our room. I had to keep asking for bottled water, which is complimentary, but forgotten in our room more than twice. My other requests (bath products, champagne in room on arrival) were not carried out accurately. They didn't refill the bath products and when they did the turn down service, they removed the dirty bath mat but did not replace it. We often stay at the Mandarin in Tokyo where the service is simply perfect. Lots of kids in the pool which I didn't expect but at least all of the parents were extremely attentive and polite to us.
very comfortable yet stylish. welcoming shell lei warmed my heart at the check in. simple but well designed kitchen made me want to stay longer and enjoy cooking. the pancakes i ordered for a breakfast at the cafe at the lobby was pretty salty. i was not familiar with pancakes being salty...
Though we were in the heart of Waikiki, it did not feel like we were anywhere near the hustle and bustle that is the Waikiki of today. It truly felt like a getaway. Service was stellar, the staff was friendly and attentive, the setting and atmosphere can't be beat. You've spoiled us; we can never stay in another Waikiki hotel. TRH is the one for us. Minor gripes about cleanliness. Found a charm and a bobby pin left by previous room occupants, and toilet had a few hairs and spots also from previous occupants.
The hotel itself is quite beautiful. Though there is a very small pool, the pool deck is very comfortable and private. There is a fabulous view of Diamond Head on the beach. It's also not a mega hotel, so the number of people wasn't too overwhelming. The delicious muffins were a very nice touch, as well as the staff attention on the pool deck. Great location. Our room seemed small. There were too many reasons we had to call for help, including repairs to the room and keys not working. All resolved, but annoying. I don't think a hotel of this caliber should be having these kind of problems. The price tag is very steep and I wasn't convinced it was worth it.
The staff was wonderful and the Mai Tai bar was a great place to sit and watch the sun go down. Rooms were very comfortable This place is expensive, it really helps to be in the mindset that you aren't bargain hunting when you stay here. If you are here in peak season and want to take advantage of beach chair or umbrella rentals you may want to book them before you are onsite.
This is an amazing hotel. Georgeous, and classical all at the same time. If you can't afford to stay there, at least stop by and have a cocktail at sunset!
Beautiful hotel, excellent location. Would definitely recommend Halekulani for luxury and vip service.
Aloha, We stayed at the Halekulani for a week in January 2009. The service was consistently excellent. Wait staff, bell boys, concierge, maids, room service - every single employee we encountered went way above and beyond to make sure our needs were met, and then some. That said, the hotel rooms and furnishings were something of a disappointment. The decor seemed tired and worn, and even the mid-range rooms were small. On the whole, the hotel interior seemed to have seen better days, and would not compare favorably to hotels on the mainland at less than half the price. Still, the service and the food made up for that deficiency, so we still felt like we got our money's worth. We would absolutely return to the Halekulani, were we to visit Oahu again. However, our next visit to Hawaii will probably be to one of the other islands, simply because the town and its architecture, like the Halekulani's interior, seem to hold on to their glory days of the 60's and 70's, maybe through inerti...