Hawaiian King 303
|Rental type||Apartment / Condominium|
|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
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Description from the manager
Experience true "Hawaiian-Style" hospitality and enjoy the relaxing ambiance of this cozy 60 unit property, nestled in the heart of Waikiki.Just two blocks from the main Waikiki Beach and footsteps away from great shopping, restaurants and the International Marketplace, the Hawaiian-King Condo-Hotel promotes convenience.Each one-bedroom unit is fully furnished and equipped with a full kitchen, complete with oven & stove, refrigerator, coffee maker, microwave, cookery, utensils, air-conditioning, television, bathroom, lanai or balcony, and is perfect for enjoying a relaxing vacation in the islands.Enjoy our relaxing courtyard pool which is com...Read more
Hawaiian King 303
(Property location is approximate)
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Rates shown in $ USD (change)
|Rate Summary||$85 - $125||$85 - $125||$525 - $800||$1,750 - $2,893||3 nights|
|Mar. 1 2013 - May. 31 2013||$85||$85||$525||$1,875||3 nights|
|Jun. 1 2013 - Aug. 31 2013||$85 - $125||$85 - $125||$525 - $779||$1,750 - $2,707||3 nights|
|Sep. 1 2013 - Nov. 30 2013||$85 - $125||$85 - $125||$525 - $750||$1,875 - $2,250||3 nights|
|Dec. 1 2013 - Feb. 28 2014||$115 - $125||$115 - $125||$750 - $800||$2,771 - $2,893||3 nights|
|Mar. 1 2014 - May. 31 2014||$85 - $115||$85 - $115||$525 - $750||$1,750 - $2,679||3 nights|
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Additional notes from owner
The minimum stays for certain dates may be longer than advertised.
AvailableUnavailable Last updated: May 22, 2013 ◀▶
What Past Guests Are Saying
London, XX, United Kingdom
This is a great condo in a great location and well worth the money.
The building is old but charming and the apartment itself is well equipped and clean, everything you could want in the kitchen, there was even snorkelling equipment and a beach umbrella (and now I have added a beach mat which I left behind).
As long as you're not expecting a modern luxury resort then you will be delighted ... definitely go for it is my advice!
Nice, as always
I would never stay here again
The Hawaiian King is a very old building, the condo 303 was clean inside but the balcony
was terrible, very old patio furniture, faced onto another old building, we looked down
on the garbage from the next building.
The patio door would not lock, there was a large tree in front of the balcony where anyone
could climb up the tree into the balcony.
The shower was very old and hard to climb into
We only stayed 1 night then moved to a hotel..
Not a great start to our vacaton
Upon arrival at our condo my travelling companion got her shoe caught in the taxi and twisted her leg. We were met in the lobby by a rep for the condo who took us to our room. It was clean and looked comfortable. By the next morning my friend could not walk or even lift her leg. There is no bathtub just a shower that has a appx 2 foot wall you must climb over to get into. My friend, who is just 5 ft. was unable to get into it. The worst thing about this property was the balcony. The unit is about the half way point of the building and is about 25ft from the next building. The chairs on the balcony have missing slats. You have over flowing garbage dumpsters right below the balcony. There is no safe in the room which means you must carry passport and money everywhere you go. There is a very large tree right off the balcony which would be very easy for someone to climb. We left the condo for a hotel after the first night for a hotel that had a bathtub. My friend spent the rest of our vacation in a wheelchair and there was no wheelchair access to the condo that I could see. All in all a good place for a young family who spend all day at the beach and want to save money by cooking meals. When we called the rental company they did not offer a discount, which I wasn't expecting but would have been nice since we where only there 1 night, and to date I have not received my 200.00 damage deposit back.
A place to hang your hat
For those travelers who have little expectations this is the perfect place. Less expensive than most other places and still close to everything. It is an older hotel/condo building and has been worn over the 60 years since it was build - so not the place you find luxury. We are not those kind of travelers (we would rather pay less and travel more) so this place is perfect for us. The units towards the street gets a bit more noisy esp. at night when Honolulu Tavern closes at 2am, but the unit layout is better esp. when you travel with kids. The ones on the sides are slightly smaller and the layout not as good, but less noise.
Since the units we have stayed in have individual owners, the interior is a mishmash of older furniture and kitchen equipment so there is some making due with what is there... but hey - you are on vacation in Hawaii! The hotel is just there to hang your hat between beach and hiking, right?
A month in Paradise
My vacation lasted all month so I had time to settle in. I arrived on a Sunday and was met within a few minutes after I arrived at the property. I lost my key and that was not a good thing. I made a second key so I could not be locked out accidentally. Management was really accommodating about when I left as I had an 8:30 pm flight. I lived in Waikiki so I preferred to be right there on Kuhio Av and across from Duke's Lane and International Market Place. The Hawaii King was a little bit of Old Hawaii: small, historic photos (Roosevelts) the tavern on Nohonani. I love it!
50's Condo Seriously in Need of a Remodel
The condo looked to have been decorated out of the Goodwill. The ceiling light in the kitchen had to be replaced during our stay. The sliding doors onto the lanai could be shaken open even when locked. Light bulb in light on dressing table missing. Not shabby chic, just shabby!