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The turtle bay resort is the resort with the worst services among the resorts I've stayed in Hawaii (I've been to all the islands and always stay in 4-5 stars hotels).
I was negatively impressed with the cleaning service in the room. They wouldn't wash...More
Amazing hotel. We were upgraded (cheaply) into a junior suite, which likely colored our impression, but our room was gorgeous - so clean and updated and spacious. Recycling facilities everywhere, water refillers throughout. Although there is a resort fee, it actually comes with amenities, like...More
We stayed at Turtle bay for five nights.The hotel is an hour away from the airport and cost us $400 round trip before tipping.Is i.t worth i.t ?Yessss the hotel views are breathtaking ,all rooms have ocean views.The hotel needs updating but i.t is very...More
Resort was fabulous lots of amenities tons to do here very very clean. Good restaurants family friend. Lots of beaches as far as the eye can see. Horseback riding hiking kayaking paddle boarding close to shoppingBe aware when you check out lots of fees at...More
The resort had amazing view and was a great place to explore the north shore. However, it was not a luxury resort or worth the price. Food is very expensive and while Roy’s was wonderful, the Kahlua Grill and in room dining were below average...More
Response from strudel2018 | Reviewed this property |
I have only seen the back of the cottage with the hammock by the ocean right there. All the comments about distance to pool & restaurants depends on how much time you plan staying in the cottage,hammock,or being there for... More
I have only seen the back of the cottage with the hammock by the ocean right there. All the comments about distance to pool & restaurants depends on how much time you plan staying in the cottage,hammock,or being there for sunrise & sunsets. Seems like a private,cozy,romantic place for a couple to reconnect together. If busy with tours,out driving around,etc..perhaps stay within the resort.
Yes and if you catch a pre-paid promotion, it ends up being less. Resort and cottage experience is completely different. But make sure to look at other reviews about what cottage to book...some locations better than others.
Response from pghawaii2018 | Reviewed this property |
Waimea Falls was a great day trip. The falls itself was nice. It had really rained prior to the day we went and the water was really dirty. The gardens were really amazing and the walk through the gardens was easy and... More
Waimea Falls was a great day trip. The falls itself was nice. It had really rained prior to the day we went and the water was really dirty. The gardens were really amazing and the walk through the gardens was easy and pleasant. The Dole Plantation was a spur of the moment stop and we were pleasantly surprised. Learned a lot about pineapples and enjoyed the grounds and the shopping. The Polynesian Cultural Center was interesting but agree it is a bit expensive. We bought a package which was good for 3 days. We spent 9 hours there the first day and still didn't get to see everything. Since you are grouped with other people and assigned a tour guide it does end up being a very long day. Our last full day at Turtle Bay (on a Tuesday) we walked to Kawela Bay and found it to be a very quiet spot and NOT windy at all which was a major plus. Wish we had walked to it earlier in our trip!