I have been visiting Bellows Beach for years while on trips to Oahu. I decided to stay in one of the cabins this time & chose a renovated ocean front 2 bedroom. These cabins are a good choice for someone who is comfortable with basic accomodations. I chose to look at my stay as an upscale camping experience. The biggest advantage of staying @ Bellows is the proximity to the beach. The worst downside of Bellows is the customer service. It was very spotty. It is hard to get through to reservations by phone. Some employees were helpful & cheerful as you would expect from the hospitality industry. Others were difficult. For example, upon check-in, I inquired about accessible cabins since my spouse is a disabled vet. The young woman checking us would not discuss these cabins as an option because according to her, accessible cabins are for disabled people-people in wheelchairs. Also, housekeeping was hit & miss. We had a young man who cleaned our cabin that was efficient & personable. Another day, a woman entered before we had a chance to let her know that we were in the unit & sleeping. One day we received no housekeeping service & 2 other days-towels only. Despite these drawbacks, I would return to Bellows because where else can you get an Oahu cabin on the ocean front for $95.00 per night?
- Also Known As:
- Bellows Air Force Station Hotel Waimanalo
- Bellows Air Force Station Waimanalo, Hawaii