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waikiki

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waikiki

can you help , we have booked 2 nights, in outrigger waikiki on the beach , outrigger reef is that a better accomadation, I was reading the reviews on the one we have booked , but I did not like what some people said not cleaned also paper thin walls..

I know it only for 2 nights but we want to like our accomadation. Thank-you .

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1. Re: waikiki

Both are very, very popular hotels. The Outrigger Reef is recently renovated, and I believe that it is quieter. I think that you would be pleased with either, but I would choose the Reef.

(Please visit the Outrigger Waikiki if you can. Two excellent restaurants and "next door" to the Moana Surrfider - the oldest hotel on Waikiki and quite a beauty.)

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2. Re: waikiki

I would choose Outrigger Reef because I prefer its location at a quieter end of Waikiki beach, near to Fort de Russey park. I haven't stayed at either (as they are above my price range) but have been thru the lobbies at the Reef, had dinner at Ocean House, a facial at Serenity Spa, shopped in the gift stores. It's a nice place.

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3. Re: waikiki

We loved the Outrigger Waikiki when we stayed for eight days last September. Our room was immaculately clean, and we only heard noise briefly in the next room, twice in all that time. If you do get a noisy room, the staff will have you moved in a jiffy, I have heard.

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