Wyndham at Waikiki Beach Walk
Wyndham at Waikiki Beach Walk
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Your island adventure awaits at Wyndham at Waikiki Beach Walk! Located in the innovative Waikiki Beach Walk project, Wyndham offers unparalleled access to shopping, dining and everything on your must-do list. Swim in the outdoor pool or settle into the inviting whirlpool tub. You can keep to your workout routine by taking advantage of the onsite fitness center. Plan your day in advance with the help of the always-helpful folks at the tour desk. What's more, this family- friendly resort serves up a game room as well as children's activities.
It won't be hard to make yourself at home in Wyndham at Waikiki Beach Walk's lovely one-bedroom and two-bedroom suites! Spread out in style in the separate living room that comes complete with a queen sleeper sofa, cable television, and DVD player. All two-bedroom and select one-bedroom suites offer a full kitchen featuring a refrigerator, oven, stove and microwave. Soak up the Hawaiian sun from your own lanai or balcony, which provide exceptional ocean and city views. Two-bedroom suites also feature an in-room washer and dryer, as well as a whirlpool bathtub. Of course, complimentary high-speed internet is available in all units.
The Waikiki Beach Walk is the largest development in Waikiki history and features over seven acres of shops, eateries and live entertainment - all no further than a short walk from your suite! In addition, the sandy shores of Waikiki Beach are within easy reach. Looking for a more thrilling experience? Enjoy everything under the sun from outrigger canoes and scuba diving to parasailing. Visit Pearl Harbor and marvel at the Mauna Loa volcano or hike up Hawaii's most recognizable landmark, Diamond Head.
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Stayed here in October to attend a meeting in the convention center. This location was excellent for getting anywhere in Honolulu. My husband and I visited some of the historical points of interest, enjoyed dining in a variety of restaurants, shopped, and only wished we had more time here before going off to Maui. The villa was truly deluxe. Due to booking late, we had to change from a presidential villa to a deluxe villa. Both were awesome in decor, views, and, of course location.
Spent a night here in-between resorts on Big Island and Ko Olina. Wish we had stayed here the whole week instead of moving to Ko Olina. So much to do in Waikiki and great restaurants. I have decided Ko Olina is not for me. It's just a very expensive manmade beach. The staff here was so friendly and location is so convenient. Eat breakfast at Eggs n Things if you get a chance to visit.
This is our second visit to Waikiki, and first to Wyndham Waikiki Beach Walk. Fantastic, brilliant, can't say enough good things. Staff helpful, standard of rooms with kitchen facilities are great. Nothing negative, And we are fussy travellers. The Hawaiian people are similar to Bali people, with their kindness and spirituality. The Beach Walk precinct is great for those who don't want to walk far, and for Aussies, this definition of "winter" in January will make you laugh. Make sure you bring just a back-back buy a suitcase here and stock up on items. Some definite things to do: . Get the weekly trolley ticket - and definitely do the green and red lines; . The pink line will take you to Ala Moana Centre - huge number of shops like Sears and Nordstroms; food court downstairs and upstairs precinct has great restaurants - from Waikiki Beach Walk, it is only a 25 minute walk to try and drop kilos from all the HUGE meal servings . Walmart is just at the back of Ala Moana Centre . Go to go to Waikele Premium Outlets - only $16 return when you have a trolley ticket . Zoo, aquarium, Snorkelling, WetNWild and SealifePark all great and worth seeing . Make sure you tip - too many Aussies forget to tip the trolley drivers especially . Ross Dress For Less in Seaside Ave amazing - Calvin Klein $200 dresses for $39; Ralph Lauren dresses for $40 - but you have to spend time searching. Also $13 for a pair of Nine West stilettos I saw in Aust for $250 - and a size 8. . Pandoras charms are so much cheaper - something for $250 in Aust is $150 here . Suitcases best bought from sears or samsonsite shop at Waikele outlet - or go to the Markets and pay $30 for the expandable bags. . Makeup at Sephora incredible - makeup brushes that would cost $60 in Aust are only $15 .Victoria Secrets has a sale in December/early January - and cost prohibitive lingerie in Australia is only $30 - $50!!!! The location of this hotel is brilliant for everything you would ever want to do.
Spent 16 nights here with my entire family last March (2012) - first time timeshare experience - my wife, myself and our four adult kids. (18-24yrs of age) We had a two bedroom that overlooked Beachwalk - 5th floor I believe, I am not sure of the wing name but it was in the same building as check in. This was an amazing vacation for our family - even for travel snobs like us. I travel for work and stay at some of the nicest hotels around the world. While not up to exact par on decor and fixtures - it was clean and appropriate for us. We looked at some of the suites on the top floor and they were amazing. The staff were extremely helpful - even though we are not owners - and only gently pressing for us to take the 3 hour tour (its not 60 mins) to see if timeshare is for us. I love this location and I am considering purchasing - albeit not at the price quoted to us. You are very close to the ocean, some of the owners that offer rentals also have deals with local suppliers for further discounts on surfing, beach chairs, umbrellas, restaurants etc.. We were very comfortable and happy - anyone with kids - young or old know the family or group dynamics that can come into play..We purchased groceries - outside of Waikiki of course and made simple meals as well as big family meals and had snacks that cut down on overall costs. We never used the pool or hot tub, but our kids (yes even the 20yr olds) went down for video night and ice-cream night offered downstairs. This place is a gem. Sticker shock can come in when you look at some of the prices for lengthy stays - add it up though for larger families and groups - more room equals more dollars. Don't be afraid, book it. Or don't - there'll be more available for us! I have rebooked for Christmas and the same size unit - 15 days ..I'll repost after this next experience! If you have any questions - I am happy to answer - we have travelled to Waikiki on average 3 times per year for the last 10 - I think we have become a bit of Oahu pro's - at least abit knowledgeable.. . Stayed mostly at Marriott or Hilton Waikiki Beach (Prince Kuhio) in the past - Whenever possible now I will book here. Cheers. *Not a paid for endorsement, or owner and an actual renter...
We just spent 3 nights here and had a great time. The location is just off the beach and there are great restaurants nearby. Fort Derussy park and beach, the International Marketplace, and the Royal Hawaiian are all a short walk away. Local car rentals make day trips to Pearl Harbor, Dole, Diamond Head, Hanauma Bay or other attractions very easy.
We found this a great location with friendly, helpful staff.
We just returned from 1 week vacation. Our first time in Honololu. The staff was great and gave us an unti on 8th floor. Nice ocean and park view, coffe and restaurants steps away. Great place to go with kids. Pool is small and deep, but the ocean is 5 min away.
We stayed here from Feb. 23 - 27, yes the 27th was the Tsunami alert day....staff was helpful and friendly and kept us informed of the situation...and no Tsunami. We stayed for 3 nights on our way to Maui just to check it out for the future. We did not get a car, so it was economical for us. This is a great location, right in the middle of everything. We walked all over Waikiki. We also took The Bus one day to the Hawaii Kai golf course (Beach Bus #23). We rented clubs and had a great day. The Bus ride is great...goes to all the tourist stops.
Our room was right in the middle of all the action so, not too peaceful, but Waikiki is for fun and noise. Nice resort, great staff.... This is best for a family or couple who use it mostly to regroup and rest, the pool is small and there is no restaurant, but just a few steps away Waikiki has everything....go here if you get the chance
Just got back from a 5 day stay at the Beachwalk in Waikiki!! This is our 3rd stay in this resort and it is well worth the money or if your an owner there, even better! Sure beats a hotel room for 2x the money with half the conveniences of a condo style room. We love it!! Right in the heart of all the action and just minutes to Waikiki Beach!! The staff is friendly and helpful. This is a new resort, so in excellent condition. We do not spend much time in the room, but they are very nice, with stove, fridge, microwave, washer and dryer!! What more could you ask for? The best eating place in Waikiki is just a few blocks away in the Outrigger Waikiki, Dukes Canoe Club, can't go to Waikiki without eating there more than once!! The Shore Bird is excellent also and is about a block away in the Outrigger Reef on the Beach, both beachside. Or you can choose from many other restuarants. Or can even eat in the room if you want to cook on vacation! Only complaint is the parking is $25.00 a day + tip. But you can rent cars by the day, just more expensive by daily use, + if you figure roundtrip transfers to and fro airport and the hassle. We've done both ways!!
Stayed here for one night, as I live on the island and merely wanted to check out the resort. Very spacious 2 bedroom unit, nicely appointed. Huge master bathroom, the living room was a bit crammed full of furniture - so I simply moved pieces off to the side. There is a small lanai that overlooks Lewers Street. Good people watching and offered fresh air without having to be in the more crowded common areas. Location is very centrally located to all things Waikiki - the Beachwalk is across the street and has eateries that run the gamut from burrgers to fine dining. FYI, Ruth Chris offers a happy hour that has a nice selection of appetizers/pupu pupus -not drinks. The resort is a few minutes walk from the beach, though I never understand why people would travel so far to lay so close to so many people! We have an island full of culture and unpopulated beaches that are far more beautiful and relaxing. To each his own. I have two gripes....very difficult to locate entrance - congested area, due to new and sprawling buildings, and dislike paying $20 to park my car + tip.
If you are visiting our island paradise...simply rent a car in the a.m. and drop at night to avoid parking fee. Enterprise will even come and pick you up -for FREE! Head out early and go east one day - Haunama Bay, Blow hole, Makapu'u point, Kailua Beach park and then back across the Pali hwy for amazing views! Go west and north another day, and explore the countryside - Pearl Harbor, Dole Pineapple, Happy Trails horse rides, Skydive Hawaii, Shark tours or surf lessons with Sunset Suzy or Brian Surrat.
I will go back to stay next time I want a staycation in Wakiki or will book my famiy/ohana knowing they will be very pleased.
We stayed in a wonderful two-bedroom unit, #824, for 8 nights, three of which we shared with our daughter, her husband and two young children. We were very pleased with the unit, the resort and its amenities. We agree with many of the comments already made - the Shore Bird is a great spot for dining, as well as the bar on the street side of the Outrigger Reef. We ordered pizza from the restaurant attached to the Wyndham as well as burgers from the Cheeseburger Cafe across the street on Lewers. The items were pricey but good. Our only complaint was the noise from Lewers Street in the early morning hours when patrons exited the bar in the resort, which stays open until 4:00 a.m. Try to get a floor up as high as possible in this resort and pack earplugs. You might opt for the quieter side of the building but it is not as scenic as looking at a parking lot. Lower rooms there do overlook the pool and garden, however. We really enjoyed the beach in front of the Fort DeRussy grounds as a wider beach, backed by green space.
It's what everyone said would be.
Four of us stayed in a 2 bedroom deluxe unit on the third floor May 17 - 24. We were pleasently surprised by the large space and the attention to detail and comfort. The unit/apartment came with everything you need to make your stay enjoyable. We were never pressured to attend a timeshare presentation. The staff were, at all times curtious and professional. We stayed on the Lewers side and were treated to outdoor concerts - performed across the plaza. Yes, the washer/dryer were slow, but you don't have to stay in the room and watch the machines. ....go for dinner at the Shore Bird or the Cheesecake Factory. I did laundry three times and enjoyed the convience of not bringing home dirty laundry. We will stay at the Wyndham again and would recommend it to our friends and family.
This is a wonderful resort great accomodations in one of the best locations in Honolulu. There is plenty to do right outside your door. It is one half block from the beach and 1 block form the new Trump Tower. The Waikiki Beach Walk development offers upscale dining, shopping and and night clubbing right outside your door.... You will have a great time. Check out the area at http://www.waikikibeachwalk.com/.
We stayed in a one bedroom deluxe, unit 903, January 18-25, 2008. Pretty much what others have said I agree with. To add some new info, we were told the washer/dryer combo units were going to be pulled. No one likes them. The deluxe units have a seperate shower and jacuzzi tub. The standard have the shower in the bathtub. The deluxe units are also bigger. If you want to view the ocean get a room that ends in 02, such as room 902. You will have a view of the ocean from one lanai and a nice view of Lewers St. from another lanai. The king size bed was very comfortable. Nice flat panel LCD TVs in the living room and bedroom. It was very quiet - we never heard anyone above, below, or to the side of us.
Plenty of great restaurants nearby. Try the Shore Bird (great breakfast buffett) and Ocean House at the Outrigger Reef on the Beach. Both restaurants right on the beach. This Outrigger is about 2 blocks away - about a 5 minutes stroll. At the Outrigger Waikiki about 5 blocks away is Duke's. Also right on the beach. We had great meals at all three and enjoyed beautiful sunsets over desert. There is a Super Walmart about 6 or 7 blocks away. Go there to shop for food. A gallon of milk there was $4.59 versus $8.49 at Foodland. Some of Walmarts prices are the same as on the Mainland - $5.99 for a 24 pack of Coke. Overall, we really liked the unit except for the view. At least on the 9th floor you can see Diamond Head as you look over the top of the parking lot. The location of this resort is excellant. If you like to shop and spend big bucks, Kalakaua Ave (1 block away) is like Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills.
Waikiki Beach is very crowded. About 4 blocks west is a nice public park with a nicer and less crowded beach. If you want to be alone, try the pool. I only saw 3 people in it all week.
You should get a Welcome Packet when you check in. If you don't, ask. Good discount coupons for the above mentioned restaurants and much more.
Honolulu traffic is as bad as I've seen. All the good tours will pick you up at the Sheraton Bus Stop just a block away. Save the $175 a week parking fee at the resort and enjoy another tour!
A very nice remodeling job by Faifield/Wyndham. This resort faces the very exciting renewal of Lewers Street - plenty of shops and restaurants just outside the door. Of course, this is only a walk to Waikiki beach. The location is also only a block from Kalakaua Street where all of the best shops and restaurants in Waikiki take residence.
As far as the rooms, I stayed in a Presidential Suite on the 10th floor facing Lewers St and a very nice sideways view of the beach. The decorations/amenities were VERY nice - as it should be for a presidential suite. The washer/dryer unit looks like a new unit, but it does take a very long time to operate. I'm sure that Wyndham will do something about this, because enough people who tried to use it said the same thing.
Other than that, what an awesome location and very nice, even though we didn't spend much time in it. I will gladly provide pictures of our unit upon request.
We stayed here in May, 2007, eighth floor 2BD unit (with 7 people). Units were all nice and new, with decent amenities. Comparative to other Fairfield/Wyndham properties, this was better than most (likely because it was still brand new).
Our unit was on the east side of the building, in the south tower. While happy to be away from the noise and commotion of Lewers Street, the view was of a parking lot. We didn't spend much time in the room, so it was not that important, but if you are looking for an oceanfront resort, this is not it.
The location was otherwise fantastic. Located in the center of the new Beach Walk area, there were ample amenities as far as restaurants and shopping right there. Also, half a block from the main drag, easily within walking distance of all the other shops and restaurants that Waikiki has to offer.
Also only half a block from the beach, which was fairly easily accessible by going through the Outrigger resort.
Parking was $25 per day (unlimited ins and outs), so keep that in mind if you are renting a car, as the parking may cost more than your rental. It may be worth not renting for a full week, then renting only on a daily basis for a slightly higher rate (and avoiding parking charges).
Pool was small, but with the beach right there, we really didn't mind. No internet in the rooms (or at least ours), however, there is free wireless access in the open-air lobby area (which had nice couches and tables for a comfortable environment). There is also a computer room (with 3 computers, 2 with printers), which didn't command too long a wait time, and for which you could reserve times if you did not want to wait. Gym was pretty good. There was also a pool table, foosball, couple arcade games, and ping pong table (paddles were horrible), to pass some time or keep kids busy.
Washer/Dryer in the unit, though good brand, takes FOREVER (without exaggeration, more than 3 hours for a very basic load). It is a combined unit, so things take a long time. best to load up in the morning before you leave, or at night before bed.
All in all, pretty good, especially compared to other FF/WH resorts. Not a luxury 5-star reort though, if that is what you are looking for (hence my 4-star rating here).
Stayed here in April 2007. Stayed in a 2 bedroom for 10 nights. The decor was a little disappointing as the furniture was not very Hawaiian or tropical there were nice artificial flower arrangements and the bed covers had a floral sash/drape accross the foot of the bed but other that and a few island prints on the wall the decor was not very inspiring. The bifold door on the bedroom closet was difficult and opened in the opposite direction of convenient access. The washer/dryer unit was one unit and it took over 3 hours ( 3 hours 45 minutes) to complete one load and as it is one unit you can't wash one load while the other is drying) There is room in the closet for a stacking pair and that would have been better also you can't open the unit as soon as it is done you have to wait for it to "cook down " which takes another 15-25 minutes, just what you want to do when trying to pack or dress. No sense in trying to pack light if it takes this long to wash your clothes to wear them again.
I also stayed in a one bedroom for 5 nights and the decor was exactly the same right down to the pictures on the walls. The Kitchen is very well equiped with dishes, pans, etc. Be prepared for the shock of your life though when shopping for groceries in Waikiki Milk $7 to $8 a gallon (twice the price of gas)
Stayed in a 2 bedroom unit on the 5th floor overlooking one of the hottest new hangouts in Waikiki. Perfect location, and floor for people watching. Would stay in same location, floor and unit next time around. Unfortunatley this is not an ultra luxury timeshare i.e. Hilton Las Vegas or Marriott Beach club however for location it cannot be beat. If you go in with the mindset that this is Waikiki and don't expect to stay in the unit all the time your stay will be awesome.
Negatives- Should have free parking for guests, and a heated pool. Washer and Dryer is one unit-very slow. not enough cupboards.
Positives- Location, staff, and size of unit.
We (4 people) stayed in one bedroom unit on the 7th floor facing a Sheraton garage (poor view). The condo was new, nicely equiped, and comfortable. There were 2 small balconies (not that useful), and a large bathroom with a jacuzzi and a separate shower. The bedroom had a comfortable king size bed, 2 night stands w/lamps, a flat screen TV, a wardrobe, and a chest of drawers. The living room had a couch w/full size bed, an entertainment center (flat TV, DVD, stereo), a coffee table and a lamp. There was a separate dining table w/4 chairs. There were 2 ceiling fans (fully controllable) in this condo, and a good fully controllable A/C system. The well equipped full kitchen (refrigerator, dishwasher, sink) had most of cabinets not used, but it looked good. There was a washer/dryer combo in a special closet, and also a vacuum cleaner. We felt almost like at home. Missing (in our opinion) - a portable plastic dish dryer (we never had enough dirty dishes to use a dishwasher), also shelves were missing in the bathroom for toothbrushes, shampoo, etc.
The resort has a relatively small pool w/quite cold water - we tried it once, but the ocean water was warmer. There is no free parking - valet only for $25/day. Additional free things: a computer room w/2 computers, an exercise room, a game room w/pool table, ping-pong, and other games, nice lobby and a pool deck - everything new and clean. Good location close to everything too. Altogether, almost 5 stars, but not quite in our opinion.
We had experienced a big pressure from the Fairfield people to attend a timeshare sale presentation.
Great location but disappointing units. We stayed in the Fairfield Hawaii in Febr. 07, shortly after opening while construction was still happening on the Waikiki Beach walk around it. This timeshare offering is very well situated in the heart of the Waikiki shopping district but the furnishings, amenities and decorations are below par. We stayed in a 2 BR unit which was poorly designed with a brute of an air conditioning unit which fan can not be controlled. Each time it would come on it would drown out conversation and TV. The cheap furnishings were already showing signs of wear. Painted, fake wood coffee table already scratched and chipped. Harsh cheap lights in kitchen and bathroom eliminate any ambience. No wall or screen separating the bathroom from the bedroom meant that you had to close the curtains even during the day [no sheers] to prevent users of the parking garage across the street from looking into your bathroom. The balconies are tiny and pretty useless with very noisy air conditioners blasting away. Only one thermostate in the second bedroom where the airco unit was built into the wall. Not a nice night rest. Cheap closet doors already felt tired on their tracks. I do not know what the developer had in mind and what kind of budget or pricing schedule he was working with but we came to the conclusion that the interior finishing has been done as cheaply as possible, which does not make sense for a high end location like the Fairfield Hawaii is situated on. Overall a 3 out of five.
- Child Care
- Conference Facilities
- Handicap Accessible Units
- Health Club
- Internet Access
- Kid Friendly
- Laundry Room
- Outdoor Pool
- Shopping Area
- Whirlpool/Hot Tub
- Car Rental
- Drug Store
- Grocery Store
- Horseback Riding
- Live Entertainment
- Medical Facilities
- Movie Theater
- Playground Area
- Scuba Diving
- Snack Bar
- Water Skiing
- Wind Surfing
227 Lewers Street
Honolulu, Hawaii 96815
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|Dates||Nights Nts||Price||Unit view Unit||Beds/Baths Be/Ba||Sleeps|
|08/03/17–08/10/17 New!||7 nights||$3,675 ($525/night)||View: Varies||Beds: 2 Baths: 2||Sleeps: 6||View posting|
|Availability varies||03/31/17–02/25/18 New!||7 nights||$1,595 ($228/night)||View: Varies||Beds: 2 Baths: 2||Sleeps: 8||View posting|
|07/08/17–07/15/17 New!||7 nights||$2,135 ($305/night)||View: Varies||Beds: 2 Baths: 2||Sleeps: 8||View posting|
|12/24/17–12/31/17 New!||7 nights||$2,275 ($325/night)||View: Varies||Beds: 2 Baths: 2||Sleeps: 8||View posting|
|Availability varies||03/25/17–12/30/17||7 nights||$2,199 ($314/night)||View: Varies||Beds: 2 Baths: 2||Sleeps: 8||View posting|
|RedWeek Verified||08/18/17–08/25/17||7 nights||$1,136 ($162/night)||View: Varies||Beds: 1 Baths: 1||Sleeps: 4||View posting|
|07/18/17–07/25/17||7 nights||$1,200 ($171/night)||View: Varies||Beds: 1 Baths: 1||Sleeps: 4||View posting|
|03/05/17–03/12/17||7 nights||$1,000 ($143/night)||View: Varies||Beds: 1 Baths: 1||Sleeps: 4|
|03/21/17–03/27/17||6 nights||$850 ($142/night)||View: Island||Beds: 2 Baths: 2||Sleeps: 6|
|07/07/17–07/14/17||7 nights||$1,199 ($171/night)||View: Varies||Beds: 1 Baths: 1||Sleeps: 4||View posting|
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