Aqua Bamboo Waikiki
- General Info:
Aqua Bamboo Waikiki is an intimate and eco-friendly boutique hotel in Waikiki offering an oasis of calm in the heart of Honolulu, Hawaii. Our Honolulu hotel is perfectly situated from top Waikiki attractions. Aqua Bamboo provides an exceptional array of contemporary accommodations, spa services and fine amenities that appeal to both leisure and executive travelers alike. Our 92-room Aqua Bamboo Waikiki is committed to providing the highest quality resort experience in line with our eco-friendly values by conserving water & energy to preserve this paradise for years to come.
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Aqua Bamboo Waikiki is located within blocks of all the great things to do in Waikiki. You can experience exhilarating water sports, snorkeling, kayaking and scuba diving on Hawaiiâ€™s Waikiki Beach during the day. Then walk over to Waikikiâ€™s shopping district to shop and dine until returning to your beautiful, Asian-inspired accommodations of the Aqua Bamboo Waikiki.
The Asian-inspired lodging at our Waikiki hotel features private lanais, kitchenettes, contemporary furnishings and free Wi-Fi access in the lobby and poolside. Our Hawaiian hotel accommodations are equally suited for family vacations, business travelers and honeymooners.
Aqua Bamboo Waikiki, completely renovated in 2008, is one of the best values in Hawaii and is one of only three Waikiki hotels designated as a New York Times Pick. We are also called â€œA hidden gemâ€ on a New York Times Review and â€œHonoluluâ€™s hippest, affordable place to stay in Waikikiâ€ by Travel & Leisure Magazine.
Whether youâ€™re planning a romantic getaway or a family vacation with fun things to do for the kids, weâ€™ve got the perfect Waikiki, Hawaii vacations available for you in convenient, easy-to-book packages. Visit our website to find the perfect vacation package for you today!
- Extra Phones:
Front Desk Number: (808) 922-7777
Free Wi-Fi internet access in the lobby and poolside, Balcony, Cable/Satellite Television, Clock radio, Coffee/Tea Maker, Complimentary Newspaper, Complimentary Toiletries, Desk, Free local calls, Hair dryer, Housekeeping, In-room safe (accommodates laptop), High speed internet access â€“ complimentary, Iron/ironing board, Microwave, Refrigerator, Business Center, Dry Cleaning Service, Express Check-In / Check-Out, Coin-Operated Laundry, Luggage Storage, Hot Tub, Supervised Child Care, Smoke-Free , Self-Parking, Handicap Access
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- Payment method:
- check, cash, all major credit cards, debit
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- Other Information:
Price Range : Average
11/10/2007Provided by Citysearch -
After scouring through the net for a decent place, we settled on Aqua Bamboo Hotel. While the lobby appeared to be decent, the room sure wasn't. Cottage cheese on the ceiling (70's), outdated, cheap, faux classy furniture, and GAS stove... so outdated & abused (the paint job on it was peeling!), that I'm surprised they didn't get a better looking one from junkyard. The customer service and folks working there were friendly. They knew we were just vacationing, and I had no beef about them. Everything else was second-grade. The fold-out sofa has a BROKEN foundation; the bottom is completely broken. Our daughter even cut her leg on one of the springs. Why they didn't replace that, is beyond me. They should have charged whoever broke that sofa, replace with a new one, and move on. Instead, they're waiting for lawyers to contact them. Continental breakfast is pastries, bananas, and apples, no juice, or anything else. Coffee is $1 a cup. If I pay $30 for an oil change, I get free coffee and pastries at the dealer, but if I pay $130 for a room, I have to pay $1 for a cup of coffee?!? They really need to rethink that BOUTIQUE idea they're trying to sell. I've been to true boutique hotels, and this is NO WHERE close to being one. Only thing that resembles a boutique hotel is their flat-screen HDTV. Of course, none of the channels is in HD. Free WiFi actually got us rooms for the rest of our stay in Oahu. We were out of there in one day. Phew!!! Some good did come out of it. And they didn't penalize us for checking out early. That nice customer service part, does resemble what a boutique hotel should be. Parking is an underground basement that fit maybe 15 cars total. Ok if you're renting compacts and sub-compacts and willing to pay $18 a day! Windows and patio doors are so old that they don't shut out the street noise. No need to open windows, I'm already listening to the street symphony. Try hard to find a different place. Try very, VERY HARD.