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This is the only condo on Waikiki Beach, literally a dozen (giant) steps from the beachside lobby gate. The building itself is old; I believe there are at least 2 or 3 management firms as well as private owners handling rentals, so some are very...More
Normally I stay in hotels. But in Hawaii I make an exception ~ especially since I discovered Waikiki Shore.
Waikiki Shore is right on Waikiki Beach. Any closer and you'd drown. It's a narrow 14-floor building full of privately-owned condos, most of which stretch from...More
We stayed at the Waikiki Shore, booking through Castle Resorts, which runs the front desk, and stayed in Unit 812, One Bedroom Suite. The "Oh My Gosh" factor is very high when you see the view from the lanai (balcony) for the first time! Full...More
Stay away from room 205 & 305 - across from the main dish-washing area & maintenance area of neighboring hotel. Very loud until early morning. After mentioning the noise the manager moved us to room 416 which was a VERY NICE room overlooking the park...More
Always try to stay for at least 7 nights to enable you to relax. This is the 4th time we have stayed here and look forward to each visit. Book online with Castle Resorts for best deals and friendly (Lelani) onsite assistance. These apartments have...More
I always stay at the Waikiki Shore when in Hawaii. The higher floors have the better views, and those closer to the waterfront are best. We always try to stay on the 10th Floor or above. The rooms are numbered from the... More
I always stay at the Waikiki Shore when in Hawaii. The higher floors have the better views, and those closer to the waterfront are best. We always try to stay on the 10th Floor or above. The rooms are numbered from the waterfront end, so for example room number 1008 is on the 10th floor and is the 8th room back from the water. You can go right back to room 14 and still have a good view north to the Hilton Hawaiian fireworks on Friday evening at 7:30pm, because all the condos have big picture windows on the north side and those on higher floors provide great views. But you have to get a condo close to the waterfront end to see Diamond Head (which is south of Waikiki), and even then you only get a small view, because the Outrigger Reef next door to Waikiki Shore blocks out the view south to Diamond Head from most rooms. Anyway, all the condos in Waikiki Shore are entered by a walkway down the south side of The building, and so all the entrance doors to Waikiki Shore condos are also on the south side. So there are no big picture windows on the south side. Instead, you must go out onto the walkway to get a decent view of Diamond Head. I noticed that someone recommended getting a room on the 3rd Floor but I personally find low floors have no views. Go higher if you can, and preferably 10th Floor or above. Hope this helps.