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Waikiki Grand Hotel

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Waikiki Grand Hotel

Hi, Thinking of staying here for 4 nights. Has the hotel a pool? The rooms look good, but I cannot see where there is a pool. Can anyone help? Thanks RSA

Duluth MN
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1. Re: Waikiki Grand Hotel

They do have a pool



Honolulu, Hawaii
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2. Re: Waikiki Grand Hotel

Stay next door at the Queen Kapiolani Hotel...

Difference of night and day.

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I've stayed there once. Be careful of being fooled by the photos. Since each room is actually owned by an individual, they vary greatly in their design. The photos show only those that an owner has remodeled recently.

Parking is also not usually on site. The parking I reserved was actually 2 blocks away at a condo without attendants. I never had an issue, but someone else with a reserved spot lost thiers and had a hard time getting anyone to help with the situation.

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Right next door with a much much bigger pool which gets LOTS of sun from early to sunset is the Park Shore Waikiki (now managed by Aqua Hotels) which you can book direct - but may get cheaper discount rates on Orbitz if you look at the promo codes. All the hotels on the strip are similar age. The Waikiki Grand pool is shaded much of he day...look at Google Earth and you will see that also check pics of the hotel. We have booked the Park Shore for our upcoming trip but have not stayed before there but the location. The Queen Kap was also mentioned and is also a good choice...for budget hotels on the beach (South end).

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