No resort fee, parking is $30/night in a reserved spot (6th floor and up). Room is freshened every 3 days and you need to request anything else, including bottles of water from the front desk. Front desk is always manned and very responsive. Room is what you pay for. The towel rack in the bathroom fell off during our second day but they replaced it right away. Nice views from higher floors. Very simple decor, comfy bed.
The Aston At The Executive Centre is a great hotel. Good location, very clean and extremely friendly staff. Very attentive to our needs. Transportation was easy to access. Close to shopping and restaurants. Exceeded our expectations. We'll be back.
the staff here was tremendous and the views are beautiful. I especially liked that it felt more homey than a typical hotel. It felt like we were staying in our own apartment/condo and was very relaxing.
Great location for business trips, just a short trip away from beaches when you want to get away after work. Short walk from the palace for historical site seeing. Room had amazing amenities of a washer/dryer, a full fridge and stove; and the tub had jets! For additional fee you get in and out parking, which is great if you need to come and go and don't want to wait for valet (they don't have valet but other locations I've been to only had valet and if they had a line I could be late for meetings). Staff is friendly and even remembered my name! Mahalo!!
The kitchen unit lacked soap, towels, sponge, cutting board and basic needs for cooking. The room smelled awful with no ventilation and an A.C unit that smelled like must and mold. Bathroom had previous guest's hair on the floor and tub. Staff was rude and unwelcoming, like they hated their jobs. We couldn't wait to get out of there.
I give this hotel the lowest review since they used my bank debit and credit cards however they wanted. They charged me twice and the day I checked out I was surprised at the airport that they had charged another amount, I have no idea why they charged me €380 and i still haven’t gotten the money from the refund…. advice look at your accounts at all times because they are ready to charge you without you knowing anything about it unless you check.
I stay here whenever I’m attending an event at Hawaii Theatre. There are also really nice restaurants close to the hotel. Like every where there are quite a few homeless in the area. So be careful late at night. The rooms are clean and quiet. Beds are comfortable
The Good: The hotel staff was friendly, helpful, and always smiling. The rooms are clean and spacious. Some rooms have washers and dryers. Ask for them. From the 29th floor I had great views of the city. The beds are comfortable. The hotel is in good location with lots of nearby dining within walking distance. The Bad: The garage entrance was not well marked. The hotel restaurant was shut down when I was there, but was told it will open at a later date.
The hotel itself was fantastic, INCREDIBLY friendly and helpful staff. But the second I stepped off the escalator to leave the hotel I was approached multiple times by homeless people. And it also reeked of urine. It’s just a bummer, for them, and everyone else. (Although one of them seemed to be having a good time)
This is a bit of strange review as I lived in the building from 1988 to 1996. Back then, it was a mixed-use apartment/office complex. Now, it the units are owned by individuals with office and hotel use. I'm not sure how the hotel part works because on the same floor as the hotel room you will also find residents, which makes for a different and unique experience. Let's get this out of the way, the Exec Center Hotel DOES NOT have "Resort Fees" AND is located outside of Waikiki - all major wins in my mind. Self parking is $26/night. Over the course of three nights, I ended up in two separate rooms. The first was a studio setup that is a bit more spacious than the average hotel room. The second was a mirror of my old one bedroom apartment (which I really enjoyed). But I'm guessing the owners of the individual units sublet to the hotel because there was no unifying decor to either room. Personally speaking, I think the property is perfectly located (which is why I used to live there) to just about everything on the island. The staff was very friendly and helpful with everything - getting parking sorted and having the decomposing body removed... Like I said, it's a mixed use building and my first room was 3804. When I arrived, the door to 3802 was propped open with a large can. The lights were on and you could see that the resident was a bit of hoarder. No big deal, but there was a bit of an odd smell present. My room was nice with carpeted floors, comfortable furniture, nice bed and floor to ceiling windows, as well as a kitchenette. Perfect. The smell did not penetrate into the room. The next day, however, the smell in the hallway had grown foul. Extremely foul. I can't believe no other resident on the floor (especially the person in 3803) didn't notice or report it. I had never smelled the smell of dead human but this had to be it - especially since when I peeked into the room, nothing had been stirring. Reported it to the front desk and they took care of it. It is a very unique and distinct aroma. Surprisingly, the smell never penetrated my room. I heard a flurry of activity and when I asked security what happened, their claims of privacy only confirmed my thought that the resident had died several days earlier. Afterall, if it had just been some rotting food, they would have been more candid about it. But they handled it all with discretion and is to their credit. Later, the manager Darren called me on my mobile to insist that I move to a different floor. With one night remaining, I wasn't in the mood to move all my stuff but he was insistent and I appreciated that. That's when they moved me to 3703, which was a mirror of my old apartment: 2002, which I quite enjoyed. I think it's a great place to stay - especially since it's convenient to everywhere I want to go in Honolulu and far away from the touristy Waikiki. Front desk staff is very nice, the ladies in the parking garage are very nice as well. It's definitely a different place to stay in Honolulu, but I do recommend it.…