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Reviewed June 17, 2006

We stayed at Ohana East for 6 nights from 4th June-10th June 06.( 3 friends aged 24-30) Being from Australia and our first trip aboard we had a wonderful stay. This is location at its finest. Right in the midst of shopping and restaurants. The service provided by the hotel was second to none. They have all the adminities that you could ask for. Yes our room wasnt the Hilton style, yet it was clean, serviced every day. You go to Hawaii for a holiday not for a holiday in your hotel room, get out and about and see the sights. Yes we did see working girls, yet you really have to be looking for them to see them. Lots of cheap places to eat. Public transport across the road. When doing Pearl Harbour there is no need to pay $$ for a tour, catch the bus out there, it cost $2 and you have 2 hours to return on that same ticket. To actually go into the Pearl Harbour Memorial is FREE!!!!!!! No need to pay $80-$100 for a bus tour. Just be early, it opens at 7.30am and you really need to be out there by 6.30-7am to get in the line, the lines look daunting yet they move very quickly. As some other reviews stated that it felt unsafe and not to go out after dark, we were 3 females and felt safe at all times, we were still out walking around and shopping till 11-12pm. I think you need only 2-3days in Oahu and then explore the other islands, the big island is a must if you want to vist the "real hawaii". Enjoy we had the best time in our lives. Aloha and Mahalo.

31  Thank hawaiishells
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Reviewed June 12, 2006

Wow! Just returned from Waikiki and had a super time! We stayed at Ohana East for 2 nights before heading to Maui and I must admit I was pleasently surprised when we got here.

From reading other reviews I was anticipating a sub-par hotel in a good locale but found Ohana East to be great. Rooms were clean, roomy, had cold a/c and the location was fantastic. Sure there were other places much fancier but for this price point it was A DEAL. Yes, bathrooms had only a shower and the shower was small but still had more room than we needed, we were on the 4th floor and street noise was slight, not too much to keep you awake but a higher floor would be better if you sleep light.

Several places to eat are near by and the beach is a nice 5 min stroll from the lobby.
The room and the staff were great.

Parking is $15 a day but having a car more than made up for the cost of parking there.

I would not hesitate to return.

  • Stayed: June 2006
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28  Thank Jeff E
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Reviewed May 29, 2006

Our family (2 adults, 17 year old son & 14 year old daughter) spent 10 nights at Ohana East during May of this year. We had a two bedroom, kitchenette suite. The staff were very friendly & helpful. The view from our room on the 19th floor was breathtaking (we could see Waikiki Beach, the mountains, and Diamond Head), our room was more than we were expecting. All the rooms were large enough for the 4 of us to live comfortably without being in each others way. The hotel is very well located. There are restaurants in the hotel and restaurants and fast food outlets nearby. Waikiki Beach is only a block away. The bus and trolley stop just across the road. I would strongly recommend this hotel to families.

  • Stayed: May 2006
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19  Thank Chezbut
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Reviewed May 15, 2006

Just got back from Hawaii and stayed at the East for 4 nights. Really is a nice clean hotel with a small but pretty pool and kid's pool with a bar near the pool. It was a 5 minute walk to Wakikki Beach and only steps from the International Market's shops. Across the street on Kuhio ave. was a very good Buffet and priced nice. $6.99 for breakfast and $9.99 for a very large and good dinner too. This includes your drink too! Don't drive in Wakiki as the traffic is a nightmare at times. One night it took me 45minutes to go 1 mile. And going around the Island is a very slow process too. You average about 35mile an hr. at many times and the freeway can be a nightmare too, with the sign placings very poor. You need to get at Pearl Harbor very early like 7:15 am as the lines get very long. The pretties beach I thought was Lanikai Beach near Kailua beach. You have to find a parking place in a resideual part of town on a 1 way street then find a path to the beach between houses but you won't regret it! When the 1 way street forms a sharp turn is the best place to start looking for a parking place. White sandy beach and beautiful different colors of blue water and no waves also nice for shorkeling if you have equipment. The Culture Center is really nice if you never saw nothing like it before, BUT IF YOU HAVE it could make for a long day and expensive one. Duke's canoe restaurant on Wakiki Beach is a good place to eat dinner too! I feel that Oahu is an Island where one is rushed too much to enjoy a nice time so 3 nights would be a good choice and then move on to the Big Island for 5-6 nights, as I feel that is the best Island to see what the Hawaii Islands are about!!

28  Thank WILDDOG
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Reviewed April 17, 2006

We stayed in a "City View" room on the 11th floor. This room was slightly bigger than a "standard" room and on the view side of the hotel. From the balcony we had a peek-a-boo view of the ocean and Diamond Head. The room was clean and comfortable. It had two queen beds and a chaise lounge. The bathroom was small-one person size, but I didn't plan a trip around a hotel bathroom. I brought my 16 year old daughter and the location was great. A short walk to the beach and shopping. I shopped around on internet sites and was able to book the room for about $110.00 dollars a night. After you book, call the Ohana directly and request a non-smoking room on the highest floor possible. The staff was friendly and very helpful. Waikiki is a big city, with some big city issues. All and all a beautiful island with an enormous amount of things to see and do. Not as small child friendly as some of the other islands. A good reference is the book "Oahu Revealed" by Andrew Doughty. Money well spent if you like to plan ahead.

  • Stayed: April 2006
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18  Thank HSUGrad
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