Great hotel. Modern cozy room. Adjacent to mall.


    Add Dates for total pricing


      Check Availability


    $103 avg/night


    Hawaii> Honolulu
    • 1 bedroom
    • 1 bathroom
    • Sleeps 3

    Summary:
    Modern and Comfortable hotel room with balcony and ocean views. Comfortably accommodates 3 people with Queen size bed with twin sleeper sofa. Have the convenience of Starbucks in the lobby, bar, Cafe, Salon, restaurant, pool, gym and more. Just a few steps to Ala Moana Mall where you can find the best shops and many options for restaurants. Take a quick stroll to Ala Moana Beach Park or Waikiki lagoon beach and park. Great spot for surfing and watching the fireworks on Friday nights!

    The Space:
    FOR SECURITY REASONS THE WINDOW DOES NOT OPEN. JUST A LITTLE BIT for fresh air

    This studio has it all: location, functionality, and style. Studio sleeps 3 and includes a mini fridge, a microwave, coffee maker and all you need to enjoy your vacation.

    Guest Access:
    Guest has access to all amenities of the hotel.

    The Neighborhood:
    Ala Moana neighborhood is centrally located in the heart of Honolulu and boasts amazing shopping, dining, retail, parks, and entertainment options. Ala Moana is located right in between the Kakaako and Waikiki neighborhoods and features the best of both neighborhoods.

    Beginning at the human-made, half-crescent beach known to locals as “Magic Island,” the sprawling Ala Moana Beach is a favorite Honolulu locale for afternoon picnics, sunset barbecues and celebrating special occasions with family and friends.

    Amenities like public picnic sites, bathroom facilities, Hawaiian barbecue stands and shady monkeypod trees help make the beach an ideal place to gather for celebrations and weekend relaxation.

    Drawing constant crowds of onlookers to the shoreline, the far end of Ala Moana Beach Park includes some of the most famous breaks on Oahu’s South Shore, namely Ala Moana Bowls and “Kewalos” (i.e., Kewalo Basin), which are coveted by locals and seasoned surfers for their high-performance waves.

    While neighboring Waikiki is a popular spot for beginner surfers enjoying lessons at many of the celebrated surf schools in the area, Ala Moana’s more complex breaks are recommended for more experienced surfers.

    Getting Around:
    Very central so you can walk to Waikiki Beach, Ala Moana Beach, Ala Moana Mall, bars, restaurants, coffee shops, grocery stores, convenience stores etc.
    Taxi, bus, and ride shares are available everywhere. Also, you can use the Bikis (bike share).
    Parking is available on site for a fee.

    Other Things to Note:
    One-Time ...

    Registration Number: 230380020322, GE-194-027-9296-01, TA-194-027-9296-01

     
    $103  avg/night
      Book Now

    Location




    Reviews


    Brooks N.
    Aug 16, 2023
    Clean and quiet hotel room with oceanview, great experience!