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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.

Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel

Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This 645-room hotel looks and feels like a shopping mall, with chain restaurants on the ground floor, an escalator to the lobby, and service that seems to emphasize speed over personal touches. But the beachfront location is great, and recently renovated rooms feature fun décor and flat-screen TVs. Plus, most have ocean views.

Luana Waikiki

Luana Waikiki Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Part of the Aqua Resorts chain, the 217-room Luana Waikiki is a low-key condo hotel located a few minutes' walk from the center of Waikiki. The property borders Fort DeRussy Beach Park, which has one of the finest white sand beaches on the south side of Oahu. Because it’s not right in the city center, the Luana Waikiki offers the best of both worlds: peace and accessibility. Nightlife fans who want easy access to dancing and vacationers who want to relax on the sand will both be happy.

Shoreline Hotel Waikiki, a Joie de Vivre Hotel

Shoreline Hotel Waikiki, a Joie de Vivre Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 125-room Shoreline Hotel Waikiki, a Joie de Vivre Hotel is an upper-mid-range property located two blocks away from Kalakaua Avenue and less than a five-minute walk from Waikiki Beach. With retro furniture and bright, colorful artwork the hotel has a cute, 70s-inspired look and feel. There aren’t a lot of extras (a small rooftop pool and bright lobby with free coffee), but the hotel does provide an excellent location for an affordable price. There’s another Joie de Vivre Hotel not too far away, Coconut Waikiki, which is less expensive but farther from the beach.

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.

Ilikai Hotel & Suites, an Aqua Boutique

Ilikai Hotel & Suites, an Aqua Boutique Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This property, a 30-story high rise at the southern end of Waikiki, is a five-minute walk from the waterfront and offers a combination of hotel-managed suites and privately owned and rented condominiums. Because of the mixed ownership, there is less centralized regulation over construction happening in the building, which some guests have complained can be intermittently loud. It is popular with guests seeking longer stays, including families and large groups, because of the option to rent suites with kitchens. The property itself has seen better days since its cameo in the opening credits of "Hawaii Five-0", but guests have fairly consistently commented on the cleanliness of rooms, and the renovated rooms are sleek and modern.

Hawaiian Princess Resort

Hawaiian Princess Resort Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Hawaiian Princess Resort is a gated community made up of timeshare condos, located right on a tranquil, white-sand beach at Makaha, in a residential area of Oahu, 45 minutes from downtown Waikiki. Quiet and with few hotel-like amenities, the Hawaiian Princess is best for tourists who want to spend lots of time on the beach, rather than avid sightseers or business travelers. Rooms are big with kitchens and balconies, but some of the decor (such as the floral bedspreads) is a bit dated.

Ramada Plaza Waikiki

Ramada Plaza Waikiki Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 198-room Ramada Plaza Waikiki is a mid-range chain located across the street from the Hilton Hawaiian Village and near the Hawaii Convention Center. Rooms are basic in decor and furniture could use an update, but there are flat-screen TVs and coffeemakers in all rooms and some have big balconies. Suites have kitchenettes with microwaves and stovetop ranges. There is an outdoor pool and sundeck, but the beach is a 10-minute walk away. A Chinese/breakfast buffet restaurant is connected to the hotel. The stylish Coconut Waikiki Hotel may be a better option for guests looking for a trendier hotel.

Aqua Pacific Monarch

Aqua Pacific Monarch Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Aqua Pacific Monarch is a 34-story, condo-style hotel near the heart of Waikiki. Set on a busy avenue, it's not the best spot for a quiet stay, although the higher floors are insulated from most of the city noise. Rooms have a fairly generic look, with wall-to-wall carpeting, contemporary wood furniture, and tropical prints throughout. Some offer spectacular views of Waikiki from private balconies, and the panoramic vistas from the rooftop pool are even better. The property is two blocks from the beach and close to lots of shopping and dinning. For more stylish accommodations in the same reasonable price range, check next door at the VIVE Hotel Waikiki or at the Shoreline Hotel Waikiki, which also has a rooftop pool.

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.

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