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How is Beach at Pacific Beach Hotel?

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How is Beach at Pacific Beach Hotel?

I've read several good reviews of the Pacific Beach Hotel, but one said that the beach across the street is very rocky. Is this true? If so, is there a sandy entry beach nearby?

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1. Re: How is Beach at Pacific Beach Hotel?

Pacific Beach Hotel is right across from Kuhio Beach. This is one of the best beaches in Waikiki. No rocks there.

Pacific Beach Hotel is almost right across from Duke's statue.

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2. Re: How is Beach at Pacific Beach Hotel?

We always stay at PBH and the beach is beautiful. It is not rocky at all, there is lovely soft sand all along the entrance to the water.

Perhaps someone is talking about the shells that wash up into the shoreline that you have to walk on/over to get further into the water, but honestly it is nothing to be really concerned about.

I would say the sand further down the beach towards Pink Palace & Outrigger Waikiki on the Beach is alot more coarse on your feet than the sand on Kuhio beach.

Have a great trip :-)

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