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Aston At The Waikiki Banyan3 Stars
201 Ohua Avenue 406-2 Honolulu HI 96815
Aston At The Banyan is in Honolulu, Hawaii, along Ohua Avenue. Tourists can look at the displays at Honolulu Surfing Museum, Hawaii State Art Museum and Honolulu Museum of Art and explore 'Iolani Palace.
All 876 smoke-free one-bedroom condominium suites come equipped with full kitchen, Wi-Fi access, cable TV, DVD player, PlayStation2 Console, safe deposit box and bathtub. Enjoy ocean, mountain or city view from the private lanai.
At Aston Waikiki Banyan, patrons can prepare meals in the self-catering units, have cookouts at the picnic area and enjoy light snacks and various drinks at Banyan Breeze. Diners can also explore nearby restaurants to sample local fare.
Aston At The Waikiki Banyan features recreation deck complete with heated swimming pool, jet spas, putting green, tennis court, baseball court and children's playground. DVD kiosk, parking (fees apply) and grocery delivery service are also available for convenience.
- NOTE: Amenity fee of $15 plus 4.416% Hawaii State General Excise Tax will be charged daily for all new bookings arriving from January 3, 2013.
- NOTICE: Aston at the Waikiki Banyan is undergoing exterior enhancements from 29 October 2012 until December 2013, Monday to Friday at 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.
- Jacuzzi / Whirlpool
- Conference Facilities
- Laundry Facilities
- Swimming Pool - Outdoor
- Disabled Facilities
- Parking Facilities (At Cost)
- Tennis Court
- Air Conditioning
- Ensuite / Private Bathroom
Aston At The Waikiki Banyan Guest Reviews (9)
Hotel did not have my reservation, made as a package deal through the internet travel provider. Luckily they still had space available. According to their records they got it straightened out through the provider and got their payment from that transaction. Had they not had any space the vacation could have been ruined before it ever started. Makes me a little wary of booking total hotel/car/airfare packages in the future with that provider (meaning you). Thank you, Bryan Stevens
Angeldog wrote on December 30, 2011
There's nothing really special to say about this hotel. It wasn't bad, but nothing spectacular either. The rooms are a nice size especially since we stayed a full week, with a full kitchen, living room, bedroom and bathroom. Very outdated! Not that it really matters since you're in Hawaii and not much room is spent in the hotel anyways. Location is not bad, a couple blocks from the beach but also down the street from where many homeless people like to camp out. There's a pool, hot tub, eating area with many grills that you can use for $2, a little restaurant type thing on the pool deck, a party room near the elevators on the pool deck. The staff was friendly and there when we needed them. The lobby of the hotel is very nice, kind of tricks you into what the rooms will be like though. The pictures on the website of the rooms are identical to what you get, so at least there's no surprise. There's a cafe near the lobby with computers you can use and a litle convinience shop next to it. The only thing missing was a continental breakfast, really would have liked to have that instead of having to go out for breakfast everyday.
Sad to be leave paradise wrote on December 13, 2011
FROM THE BEAUTIFUL ENTRY, THROUGH THE OLD HAWAII PICTURES, THROUGH ANY ONE OF THE FOUR EXCELLENT ELEVATORS, TO THE UNIT'S GREAT VIEW AND COMFORT, THE VISITOR WILL EXPERIENCE TRUE HAWAIIAN HOSPITALITY. THE BANYAN FEELS LIKE YOUR HOME IN HONOLULU. THIS WAS OUR SIXTH STAY HERE. LOCATION IS PERFECT, STAFF IS HELPFUL. TWO SPAS, HUGE SALTWATER POOL, GOOD SANDWICHES AT THE COFFEE SHOP ON THE GROUND FLOOR, ALL PLEASANT.
LYZZ wrote on October 3, 2011
Do not attempt to open the upper cabinet doors if you are looking for kitchen accessories. They are full of dust and debris. The internet was disconnected almost at all times. Beside that I had to hold the wire with one hand and type with only one hand when it was working. The DVD player takes about 30 to 45 minutes until it starts to work. The water pressure was horrible and disappointing. Room furniture is at least 20-30 years old. When I checked in, I was told that there is no charge for using internet, DVD player and in-room-safe. Even though I asked the staff about it, she told me there are all included in my package and the only thing I have to pay is parking fee and that's because it's operating by another company. When I checked out they charged me $10 plus tax for each night. When I explained to hotel manager, he didn't take the ownership for his mistake, whether it was miscommunication between hotel staff or lack of training, he should have taken the responsibility instead of telling me how sorry he was for his staff's mistake! I paid the money wondering how they can stay in business with such a poor customer service and management skill!
Raymond wrote on July 20, 2011
Recomend paddle boarding with Uncle Bryon on the North Shore - Loved the Moana Falls hike!
Kathy wrote on July 17, 2011
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