Name of Hotel: Hampton Inn & Suites Oahu/Kapolei
Address: 91-5431 Kapolei Parkway, Kapolei, HI, 96707
It had 2 queen beds and it had a lot of space.
It was clean and it appeared to be sanitized, well as sanitized as it can be right.
For the price we paid for the hotel, on Oahu, leading up to a holiday weekend. It was a good value. It was $217 a night. As I said it was a good value.
The staff was really nice and helpful when needed, They even turned the lights on in the laundry room after midnight so we could do a batch of laundry.
They were very nice when we pulled up at 12:30 AM, Sunday night/Monday Morning.
It was an OK, setup. I mean I didn’t see any access points around that I noticed. But, It was a decent speed. I did activate a VPN, which is a must when using an unsecured connection.
The building was really nice. It was on the corner of a mall. There were plenty of food options if you wanted to eat. The only problem was. Taco Bell was closed and that is what my wife wanted.
There was a free breakfast, They had the following:
- Pumpkin spice
- Hot drinks
It was a good option to have. Nope, I didn’t get any pictures of it this time, just a video of it.
My wife got this as a cheaper alternative to staying on Waikiki beach. It was about 24 miles, and like a 1-hour drive, it seemed. Maybe not that long. But…
It was nicely located, and they were building an elevated metro line to service that area. It was a nice and quiet place to stay.
Was it worth it
Yea, it was worth it. My wife enjoyed it.
This is a room tour as well.