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If you want to avoid the crowds of Waikiki Beach try the Kaimana Beach Hotel at the east end of Waikiki, near the Aquarium. The staff is attentive and the Hau Tree restaurant is right on the sand. Lovely spot for sunset,
The optimal choice for those who like a quiet and relaxing beach holiday, a nice, clean uncrowded sandy beach with safe and convenient passage into the sea near Diamond Head, akvarium, public park, bus stop in Waikiki, Downtown, Pearl Harbor, the airport, before the start...More
Small, outdated room in great need of a makeover. Windows were covered with anti glare coating that was hanging in shreds. Bathroom door was made of shutters that hadn't been cleaned in years - the gaps between the slats were encased with grime and dust...More
Stayed here for 4 nights in April 2013.
We stayed in the older wing, quiet but dated. Bed was comfortable but had to use stairs no lift.
Restaurant was great best meals we had in the whole month we were in Hawaii, try the french...More
We stayed three nights during the 4th of July week to celebrate our 10th wedding anniversary. Since we were married near this hotel (Diamond Head Beach Park), and stayed there for our honeymoon, we have a special attachment. We have returned to Hawaii at least...More
i believe the deluxe is larger. it appears that the website is currently using the same photo for both room types. i know the larger room has space for bed, small table with 2 chairs, small couch and bureau with TV on top