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Hotel Renew by Aston

Hotel Renew by Aston Rating: 3.5 Pearls

A top pick for those who want more than a budget hotel but less than a mega resort, this affordable, 72-room boutique a block from the beach is high on style, but short on amenities.
Waikiki Parc Hotel

Waikiki Parc Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

With a branch of Nobu in the lobby, a beach across the street, and signing privileges at its adjacent high-end sister Halekulani, this well-priced boutique hotel appeals to foodies and families. The fairly simple rooms have high-def, flat-panel TVs (some have spectacular views) and the service is friendly, if far less doting, than at its sibling.
Lotus Honolulu at Diamond Head

Lotus Honolulu at Diamond Head Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 12-floor, 51-room Lotus Honolulu is a luxury boutique hotel with the vibe of a Zen oasis, complete with Buddha statues, dim lights, and walls of votive candles in the “living room” lobby. The grounds are lush, green, and smell of the native flowers growing everywhere. Close enough to the hustle of the Waikiki strip for entertainment, but far enough away to feel secluded, the Lotus is a minute's walk from one of the islands best swimming beaches.
Diamond Head Beach Hotel

Diamond Head Beach Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Though its name says hotel, this mid-range property is actually 60 privately owned condo-type suites which guests must book individually with owners or a management company. The positive is that guests are guaranteed to be in a quiet area of Waikiki -- Hawaii's Gold Coast -- overlooking the ocean; the negative is you don't always know what you're going to get in terms of room amenities, so do the research. Most units have kitchenettes with refrigerators, coffeemakers, and flat-screen TVs. Shared features are few, but the venue does provide free Wi-Fi in public spaces, coin-operated laundry, and on-site parking.
Manoa Valley Inn

Manoa Valley Inn Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Manoa Valley Inn is a mid-range bed and breakfast in a residential neighborhood of Honolulu. The post-Victorian property has seven uniquely decorated rooms that, like the rest of the inn, have a mix of antique furnishings and kitschy pieces. The family running the B&B provide a cozy, welcoming atmosphere and a large breakfast with both hot and cold options. For a unique experience in a less busy area of Honolulu, the inn is a good choice, but guests will need a car to get to the beach and other parts of the city.
The Equus

The Equus Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This 67-room boutique along noisy Ala Moana Boulevard isn't much to look at. And though the ocean is across the street, views of it are mostly blocked by taller buildings. But the rooms are stylish; the small staff is friendly and accommodating; the beach, the business district, and shopping are all within walking distance; and the rates are reasonable.
Lanikai Bed & Breakfast

Lanikai Bed & Breakfast Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Lanikai Bed and Breakfast is a great destination for couples or group travelers who want to experience Hawaii in a relaxing, lazy beach town. The family-run B&B is located near a beach in the residential area of Kailua, on the cooler, less crowded, windward side of the island of Oahu. There are two suite-style rooms, both with kitchenettes. Amenities are basically non-existent (there's no pool, restaurant, or gym), but the trade-off is that guests get the authentic experience of local Hawaiian living with gracious hosts.
Coconut Waikiki Hotel

Coconut Waikiki Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Renovated in 2008, this quiet, 81-room hotel is priced like a budget chain, but styled like a boutique. Its large rooms, great beds, and funky style rivals Hotel Renew, though the small pool and 10-minute walk to the beach are drawbacks.
VIVE Hotel Waikiki

VIVE Hotel Waikiki Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 125-room VIVE Hotel Waikiki is a mid-range chain located a five-minute walk from Waikiki Beach. Guests rave about the friendly staff at this modern hotel with its large, open lobby -- home to a daily breakfast buffet with fruit, pastries, and coffee. Modern and minimal rooms (some with ocean views) start on the seventh floor; they have flat-screen TVs and updated bathrooms. There’s no pool or fitness center here. Guests may want to compare it to the Shoreline Hotel Waikiki, which is similarly priced and has a small rooftop pool.


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