2490 Kalakaua Avenue, Honolulu/Waikiki, HawaiiMap
Guests will find that Waikiki Beach is only a short distance from this Honolulu accommodation. They will also be able to visit many other attractions in the area including Diamond Head, the Honolulu Zoo, the Ala Moana Shopping Center, and the Hawaii Convention Center. Guests that stay at the Pacific Beach Hotel Honolulu will find that some of the popular sites are within walking distance of the hotel, while others are just a short drive away. Guests can use rental cars and public transportation to reach their destinations. The hotel offers 837 rooms for guests. All of the rooms have views of the Pacific Ocean, Diamond Head, or Waikiki Beach. The rooms have mini fridges, TV, bathrooms, and coffeemakers with Kona coffee. The onsite restaurant offers underwater views and a variety of seafood dishes. The hotel also has a café where guests will be able to relax with a cup of coffee. Guests will be able to unwind at the onsite spa. The Pacific Beach Hotel Honolulu offers meeting rooms as well.
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- Tots (0-2)
- Little kids (3-5)
- Big kids (6-8)
- Tweens (9-12)
- Teens (13+)
- On-site restaurant(s)
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
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Great Location and An Awesome Restaurant!Flag review
I love everything about this hotel! The parking fee is not as horrendous as other hotels, the location is so great (right on the corner of the main strip and across from Waikiki beach and a couple blocks away from the Honolulu Zoo), and my favorite highlight has got to be the Oceanarium Restaurant! Their buffet out of this world (check their website for their dinner menus, as they have different specials on the buffet line by weekday; I know Monday and Thursday nights are king crab legs, but don't ask me how I know that ;)). My daughter usually is done eating way earlier than I am, so she ends up watching the fish swim by and if you schedule your dinner around the divers who feed them, that is another bonus. I have hosted many birthday dinners here also. If you pay a small additional fee, you can have the restaurant write a personalized sign in the window for the diver to surprise the birthday guest with (or anniversary, engagement, etc). It is just a wonderful experience that I hope you can enjoy soon!
Tips for Families
Reqest a window seat when making reservations at the Oceanarium. Your kids will get an up-close view of even the tiniest fish swimming around in that tank, so that maybe you can enjoy your buffet dinner in peace?
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