Older hotel, over priced, amazing staff
akoni001 (Honolulu, Hawaii)
The hotel was decent And it’s definitely a “stayable” hotel, but it is an older hotel the lobby looks renovated but, you can really tell it’s old once u enter the elevator hallways and rooms. The amenities, carpet and kitchenette are old. The hotel is overpriced in my opinion but I guess because of its prime location they feel like they can charge resort prices & there is no pool. They ask for a $200 deposit Which I thought was excessive for the quality. The staff was the best thing about the hotel really friendly and super helpful. I checked into my room easily. Only had one hiccup after settling into the room I went to shower and open the curtain and the shower was leaking and the tub was clogged and full of water & backup debris after calling the front desk they moved me to a new room. I will mention that I got a kamaaina (hawaii resident) deal so it costed less for me and I didn’t have to pay amenities fee and that was great this and the staff is the reason for the 3rd star otherwise I’d give it 2 stars.
Kauilani9 (Kaneohe, Hawaii)
Ok for the price, but they should really consider upgrading their rooms. To me, it looked like a really old casino hotel. I also had to move rooms because the shower head didn’t work properly and it flooded the bathroom
Fine for a person like me that travels on Business
For repeat customers traveling to Honolulu, this is a great location. Easy to get in and out. I would say not for a 1st time vacation traveler to Hawaii. Most want a "Resort" type hotel for first trip.
jorgeotavio (Rio de Janeiro, RJ)
It is a hotel that you can find in a roadway in the middle of mainland. Absolutely overpriced, old furniture, old elevatpr, expansive parking, small TV, walls cracked, the bathroom is disgusting. Keep in your mind you probably paying more than 100USD here and not 40 bocks. If it costs 40 or 50 USD maybe it could be an option for someone. It is a rip off the 17USD named resort tax. Never but never more stay here again. Pay 50 USD and stay in a clean hotel but never here
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Always very happy to be at the Ewa. It's like home. I missed the nice picture that was hanging on the wall when I first walked into the lobby. Also, you used to have little paper glasses with the water for a quick refreshing drink.