- good location
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.
Solid pick at a reasonable price
onbalance (Northern California)
For its location and price, the Ewa Hotel is a solid choice in the Waikiki area. Sure, the physical condition of the rooms and hallways are not the newest or cleanest. But we got a room for three people that included three single beds, a TV, a two-burner stove, fridge, and microwave at a reasonable rate. Breakfast is not included, but the in-room wi-fi is stable and relatively fast. If you need a parking space (extra charge), be sure to check-in as early as you can, because there's a limited number of spaces available. The biggest annoyances were the added fees that are not included in the advertised room rate. That practice is so common among hotels now that it's confusing and almost impossible to compare total price, which is, unfortunately, exactly what hotels want to do.