Old Mar 24, 19, 9:13 pm
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Originally Posted by HIFlya View Post
Out of curiosity, are you saving on one night at the Kahala on purpose or because there are no rooms available your arrival night? If you are looking for a place to crash on your arrival night because you think the trip to the Kahala from the airport is much further than Waikiki, I would suggest just going straight to the Kahala. Travel time to both locations is actually probably the same, and with the lack of traffic when you arrive Kahala might be faster because it would be mostly freeway driving. Just my 2 as a local.
Thanks, I stay at Kahala all the time. I just don't want to spend $425 plus tax for my first night when I'll be arriving around 9 pm. It's kind of a waste, when I can get a decent room in Waikiki for under $200.
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