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From my experience, all the staff here (from the restaurant to housekeeping) deliver excellent service. Yes the building may be dated but it's exceptionally clean, well located and very budget friendly in an expensive place like Hawaii. The restaurant is also reasonably priced and is...More
A local told us to come here for home style local cooking. They are known for fish and pork chops. The hotel is very old, we did not stay here, only ate here. Very charming place. Restaraunt was not fancy but great food, very reasonably...More
This is a lovely, century - old hotel with three floors of rooms without TV or phone (and no elevator that we saw). Our third floor room had a beautiful ocean view from its balcony. It was simply decorated and comfortable.
The lobby, community room,...More
We stayed in the Japanese Room, which is different in decor from all the others and is the most expensive room. At $100 per night, it's still very reasonable and fun to have a room with tatami mats, a futon bed and a furo (Japanese...More
... Must be doing something right.
And they are. Basic but highly affordable rooms right down the hill from the airport about 20 minutes or so.
Rooms are 'basic' with no TV's and phones (happily) but with killer views of the ocean from the roadside....More
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US$67 - US$82 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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How bad is sharig a bathroom? How many rooms feed in to a single bathroom?
Are the japanese mats more or less comfortable than the mattresses?
Your input is appreciated. I am deciding on a room for one 65 year old female. I would like to save money but is sharing a bathroom worth it?
12 April 2015|
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I can't answer your specific questions but debated the whole shared/not shared bathroom question with myself before booking to stay 2 nights in December last year. Given the prices are so reasonable I decided to go with the... More
I can't answer your specific questions but debated the whole shared/not shared bathroom question with myself before booking to stay 2 nights in December last year. Given the prices are so reasonable I decided to go with the private bathroom. Probably if you need to ask then it is worth the extra cost :)
I had a room on the second floor. The bed was comfortable (quite firm). This is a super place to stay, the people were lovely and the breakfasts are delicious.
PS I am 64.