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DoubleTree by Hilton Alana Waikiki Hotel

DoubleTree by Hilton Alana Waikiki Hotel

1956 Ala Moana Boulevard
Honolulu, HI US 96815-1897 Map It
South Shore :Waikiki Vicinity

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  • The hotel was overall a pleasant experience

    06/29/2012

    It is very apparent that this was restructured. the bathroom had a sliding frosted door that did not lock; the couch area was beyond the beds and it was separated ...

    It is very apparent that this was restructured. The bathroom had a sliding frosted door that did not lock; the couch area was beyond the beds and it was separated by two sliding doors that were poorly constructed. We had the unfortunate luck of being next to the elevator and ice machine.

  • Roach Couch Hotel

    10/23/2011

    Walked accross the bathroom this morning at 610 am and my foot crunched on a roach, i turned on the light and counted (no lie) up to thirty bugs. they ...

    Walked accross the bathroom this morning at 610 am and my foot crunched on a roach, i turned on the light and counted (no lie) up to thirty bugs. They had no other rooms availible so I packed up and found another place. I had to toss out my toothbrush, combs and brushes. Nasty!

  • terrible

    04/12/2011

    If this is how honolulu hotels treat guests, it' no wonder the tourist business is flopping. internet was $10 per day and terrible. valet parking was $29 per day and ...

    if this is how Honolulu hotels treat guests, it' no wonder the tourist business is flopping. Internet was $10 per day AND TERRIBLE. Valet parking was $29 per day and stopped at 10 pm. So you leave your keys in car and hope a valet gets it and not a drug addict.

  • Basketball Tourney Hotel

    12/25/2010

    We just got back from a 7-day stay at the doubletree hotel alana. my husband and i were there for a high school basketball tourney. we were offered great ...

    We just got back from a 7-day stay at the Doubletree Hotel Alana. My husband and I were there for a high school basketball tourney. We were offered great rates through the school so we really got a great deal for the quality of our accomodations. I really have nothing but positive things to say. The hotel is going through a renovation - the top 6 floors/lobby had been through the renovation already. I requested a renovated room prior to my arrival, which the hotel was able to accomodate. The room was great - all new decor so it made the stay very comfortable. The front desk staff was wonderful - always friendly and wanting to accomodate my requests. Housekeeping staff was never in our way. The valet guys were friendly and helpful. The location is very accessible to restaurants, the ocean, the bus lines and shopping. The warm cookies (provided at check-in and really any time I asked for one) are awesome. If I had anything negative to say it would have to do with the renovation - the jack hammering for the lower floors could sometimes be heard/felt - we were probably in our rooms more due to 2 days of rain. But the renovations should be over within the next couple of months so that should not be an issue for future travelers. I would definitely recommend this hotel to others.

  • Spray it Again, Sam

    07/11/2010

    My wife and i stayed for a week at the doubletree waikiki. overall, the experience was not bad. the biggest disappointment by far was cockroaches. we saw a few, both ...

    My wife and I stayed for a week at the Doubletree Waikiki. Overall, the experience was not bad. The biggest disappointment by far was cockroaches. We saw a few, both living and dead. Part of the problem was because we booked through travel website, the hotel put us on the lowest floor, closest to the kitchen. Do the math. My next biggest complaint is really against the Hilton Corporation, not this particular hotel. Because we booked through Travel Website, we were not eligible for Hilton Honors points for the trip. That was really disappointing, as I have been a member for years. The room had a shower, but not a full bath, but we knew that before we went. It wasn't all bad. The manager did give us breakfast coupons to make up for the roaches. The location was nice overall. Waikiki is somewhat like South Beach in Miami. The Doubletree was close enough to the fun things to do, yet far enough away to escape the constant noise and traffic of that main stretch. The hotel pool was small, but fine. The beach was maybe a 10-minute walk away. Overall, I found the Doubletree to be a alright. I'd recommend people do their research, and more importantly, think about what's most important TO YOU. The roaches were gross, and I thank my lucky stars that my wife is not easily flustered by such things. However, the money we saved did allow us to take a day tour of Pearl Harbor and on another day go to the spa. In that sense, it wasn't a bad deal.

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