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I wish we had stayed at this hotel longer as it had such a fun vibe. We had a great two bedroom apartment on the top floor which made staying with 4 friends much more comfortable. You had pool views from the balcony. A coffee...More
We stayed at this lovely hotel last week as part of our honeymoon. I just wanted to give my complements to all the staff there especially the front staff and Dexter. Dexter was so friendly and awesome for hooking us up with an upgrade for...More
3 Thank Jo C
Response from AA H, Guest Relations Manager at The Surfjack Hotel & Swim ClubResponded 17 October 2017
Aloha Jo, thank you and your husband so much for taking the time to share Dexter's outstanding customer service with us! We strive to offer our guests outstanding customer service and are overjoyed to hear Dexter made your stay extra special. We will absolutely be...More
I've stayed here for business travel. The rooms are fine. We generally prefer to stay in 5 star properties when traveling as a family and this isn't that, but i think it's fine on my own. Also, I am in Hawaii a fair bit for...More
The Surfjack looked too good to be true online, but turned out even better than it looked. The hotel was beautifully and tastefully designed, from the lobby to the rooms to the music and the scent. The location was convenient, but didn't feel overrun by...More
Trendy, but fun, comfortable vibe. Very nice and accommodating staff. Great farm to table restaurant and excellent morning coffee. Center pool and courtyard interesting and picturesque. Bikes to ride around. Will stay again if we are that way.
If you just want to cruise in Waikiki area, then you wouldn't need a car probably, but if you want to head to east side; Sandy, Makapuu or waimanalo area, or even Manoa then I suggest you to rent a car. You could uber to go... More
If you just want to cruise in Waikiki area, then you wouldn't need a car probably, but if you want to head to east side; Sandy, Makapuu or waimanalo area, or even Manoa then I suggest you to rent a car. You could uber to go to Waikiki and surrounding area, but it adds up. I'm from there originally, so I tend to want to go everywhere with friends and family.
You will also want a car while you're on the NS. Enjoy your time exploring the islands!