The hottest new hotel in Honolulu now boasts one of the most cutting-edge nightspots. This bar, nicknamed "Bar With the Bed" ... More
The hottest new hotel in Honolulu now boasts one of the most cutting-edge nightspots. This bar, nicknamed "Bar With the Bed" because of is unique decor, is adjacent to the Diamond Head Grill. Superstar entrepreneur Rande Gerber was one of the design consultants. The bar serves creative cocktails and gourmet nibbles. Try a Mai Tai Martini and Ama Ebi Spring Rolls. As you enjoy your decadent tropical libations, the smooth jazz sounds of David Swanson will entertain. After hours, Honolulu's serious scenesters show up in droves.
Strip away the W name and you have a VERY ordinary hotel. Sandwiched inbetween many other hotels and private residences, you'll be accoseted by the noise of gabage trucks, garden blowers, delivery trucks and whatever else is in the neighborhood servicing all of the buildings. The view for $400/night .. parking garages and hotels - a sliver of the ocean and if you're out on your balcony, diamond head. Here's a sample of what you can expect: no bar (until 5:30 pm) no pool, no fun, no people, no service (except smiley faces at the desk), $10 for a bottle of water, $10 a day for internet access, $31 a day for taxes (give me a freakin break), $2 per phone call ... oh and did I mention, $400 freakin dollars per day? You'd think that a call or two would be free. Free internet as they advertise .. NO. The livingroom - boring. But they do have a very active night club if you like disco and can stand the loudness up until at least the 7th floor. If you're considering the W hotel as a place to stay in Waikiki, stay at the motel 6 - it has more to offer including the price!
This place is like a typical mainland big-city upscale club, with the attitude to match. The $15 cover and the $5 drinks are totally not worth it, unless a pretentious, stuck up crowd is your thing. Oh yeah, and the guy/girl ratio is terrible.
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