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Sheraton Waikiki

Sheraton Waikiki Rating: 4.0 Pearls

All the hallmarks of an upscale beachfront hotel can be found here, including multiple restaurants, sweeping ocean views, and family-friendly activities. What makes the Sheraton Waikiki stand out is its sheer size -- it has a slew of features, including bustling shops and nightlife venues packed with both guests and Honolulu locals. The location, amenities, and views are hard to beat, but they come at the cost of sometimes overwhelming crowds. Service is generally good, but with over 1,600 rooms and so many guests, it’s not always timely. Those looking for a more relaxed stay may find it at the comparable, Outrigger Reef On The Beach, a slightly cheaper alternative on the same prime stretch of sand.

Holiday Inn Waikiki Beachcomber Resort

Holiday Inn Waikiki Beachcomber Resort Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The mid-range, 496-room Holiday Inn Waikiki Beachcomber Resort completed a $21-million overhaul to create this modern, tropical-inspired hotel. The rooms are generically decorated with beach accents, but are clean, spacious, and have balconies. Although it's not a waterfront property, it's a two-minute walk down to the gorgeous beach and is in the heart of a busy shopping and dining area. The hotel is outfitted with basic features like a pool and fitness center -- plus a Jimmy Buffet on-site restaurant. For guests that don't want to overpay for beachfront real estate (that would be the Outrigger Waikiki across the street), the Beachcomber is a solid choice.

Sheraton Kauai Resort

Sheraton Kauai Resort Rating: 3.5 Pearls

One of several resorts on Kauai's Poipu Beach, the 394-room Sheraton Kauai offers solid, if not spectacular, amenities -- a fitness center, five restaurants including Lava's and Rumfire, a spa, and a long stretch of oceanfront -- at attractive rates. Its small pools aren't quite as nice as those at pricier resorts but keep in mind that the hotel has undergone a $16 million "Revitalization"; expect positive changes at the beach pool, restaurants, bars, etc.

Outrigger Aina Nalu

Outrigger Aina Nalu Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This refreshed condo property in the bustling, touristy town of Lahaina has fair-size, affordable studio, one- and two-bedroom units and two small, pleasant pools, but offers a bare minimum of amenities and services -- and the nearest beach is a five-minute drive away.

Aqua Skyline at Island Colony

Aqua Skyline at Island Colony Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 44-story, 740-room Aqua Skyline at Island Colony is Waikiki's tallest hotel, sitting conveniently near a wide array of shops, restaurants, bars, and nightlife, with the beach only blocks away. Aqua Skyline is a combination hotel and condominium, and rooms vary in amenities, cleanliness, and quality based on ownership. Those who want a more consistent hotel experience and a location closer to the sand may want to consider the Hyatt Regency Waikiki Resort and Spa.

Kaanapali Beach Hotel

Kaanapali Beach Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

A modest property that prides itself on being the "Most Hawaiian Resort," the 430-room Kaanapali Beach Hotel sits right on Kaanapali's four-mile beach. More affordable than many nearby resorts, this low-key hotel has a great tiki bar, free Hawaiian activities, and live nightly entertainment. Yet even after some renovations, rooms aren't anything special.

Maui Coast Hotel

Maui Coast Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

A great value pick for Maui's South Shore, the 265-room Maui Coast has clean rooms, tennis courts that stay open late, free laundry facilities, and a fun poolside bar with live music at night. But the closest beach is a five-minute walk away, and guests will likely want to head into town for a good meal.

White Sands Hotel

White Sands Hotel Rating: 2.5 Pearls

The White Sands is a three-building hotel complex offering basic accommodations in a central location that is two blocks from Waikiki Beach. Originally built in the 1950s, it was renovated in 2001 and could use some further upkeep, but it is a solid option for budget travelers looking to be in the center of the action, as it is near shops and Waikiki's booming nightlife. The White Sands is a value property that caters to an array of travelers on a budget, including families and pet owners. There's an outdoor pool with a decent-size deck, but both can get crowded in the summer months. Also, some guests may feel inconvenienced that Wi-Fi is only available at the pool or in the lobby (and for a fee).

Ohana Waikiki West

Ohana Waikiki West Rating: 2.5 Pearls

It's a bit dated, but this 500-room Ohana has some life -- it's always party time at the pool or at the Nashville-themed bar -- and free perks, like Wi-Fi and a trolley around Waikiki. But for the price, you can get a cleaner shower and a hotel that's closer to the beach, like the Park Shore.

Kalani Hawaii

Kalani Hawaii Rating: 2.0 Pearls

The 10-room Kalani Hawaii Private Lodging is a hostel with a bed-and-breakfast vibe, thanks to owners Maria and Bernie, the latter of whom is a former Triple Crown of Surfing contest director. All of the rooms, both private or dorm-style, are uniquely decorated; some are more modern than others. The grounds are small but pretty and the beaches of North Shore, known for excellent surfing, are just across the street. It's a good spot for surfers who don't need many amenities and plan to head out to the beach each day, but it's a bit isolated for visitors who want to focus on Honolulu area attractions.

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Locations

  • Big Island
  • Kauai
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  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Basic Television
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Brands

  • Coast
  • Ohana
  • Outrigger
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