The Waikiki Parc Hotel is another boutique hotel in the area. It’s a favorite among individuals and families who are looking for an affordable, yet hip accommodation in Waikiki without breaking the bank. Below we have listed down all the important things you should know about while staying at this hotel.
City Views– This accommodation choice is perfect for everyone who wish to experience the same urban settings while on vacation. This room features modern decors and furniture and elegant room accents that you will surely appreciate.
Mountain View – Measuring about 325 square feet, the mountain view rooms come with amenities such as complimentary in room safe, air conditioning, HDTV, work tables and chairs. It also features beautiful mountain views from the private lanai.
Ocean View – The Ocean View rooms are the crowning glory of this hotel. It features quality and modern furniture and amenities. This room also features the same amenities that all other rooms have plus the beautiful ocean view from the private lanai.
Guests can take advantage of the services this hotel provides including daily take down service. Daily complimentary breakfast, concierge and valet parking. Guests can also schedule their activities through the hotel’s activities desk.
The location of this hotel is perfect for anyone who wishes to experience Waikiki and all of the activities and tourist spots available in the surrounding areas. Some of these activities include: swimming, parasailing, hiking, shopping and many more.
There are various amenities to enjoy at this hotel. It includes: fitness center, restaurants, concierge and meeting rooms. Guests also get access to the Internet through the hotel’s wireless internet access.
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We stayed here for a couple of days before transitioning to a condo. It's really nice and the room rates are affordable.
Oh my! We were trying to spend less than $2000 on this vacation and staying at this hotel was perfect! You still get a nice hotel room, food and the service is really excellent.
If you are travelling on a budget like me, your best bet is staying at boutique hotels. If you can spare at least a hundred dollars a day, this is the best route to go. I try to avoid shady hotels and motels because of previous bad experiences.