Honolulu’s landmark hotel is beside the world’s largest open-air shopping mall, and a short stroll to the inviting waters of the Pacific. Choose from over 1000 rooms, each with free WiFi and either mountain, city or ocean views. Some larger suites also include kitchen facilities. A host of dining options exist within the hotel, including a restaurant on the 36th floor. Ala Moana Hotel also offers nearly 15,000 square feet of flexible meeting space, up to nine meeting rooms and WiFi and satellite conference facilities.
Ala Moana Hotel by Mantra will commence a refurbishment of our ground floor lobby, pool deck and landscaping starting February 25th, 2020. The project will be completed over three phases, with the main reception lobby due to be finished by the second week of April and the Starbucks lounge following in the first week of June. Unfortunately the swimming pool will be closed from the beginning of March 2020 until the beginning of June, as we transform this space. We thank you very much for your patience and understanding during this exciting project.
Extended my stay and they locked me out of my room. Long line and front desk are rude! Need more people out from to help customers better. .........the manager just said oh sorry and no sincerity at all.
The front desk was really nice and accommodated me without having a reservation. The room was really clean and spacious. They also have a clean pool and exercise area. They did some really nice renovations on their property
Splurged on a suite on an overnight business trip. Was hoping for a clean virus-free room. Found dried blood tracked all over the tile floor, bathroom, hallway, and kitchen area. Notified management and showed them photos. Manager seemed unconcerned, even though I had photos, didn’t even want to go to the room to check until I insisted. The Ala Moana has gone way downhill. DISGUSTING and UNHYGENIC room during a pandemic. The most GROSS hotel room ever.
The room was like my very own apartment in a different country. It was so spacious I could almost get lost in my own room. The views were breathtaking and it had a nice balcony for me to overlook Ala Moana.
I hated everything about this hotel, but most of all, the fact they they truly have the worst pillows I’ve ever experienced in my life. Three hours of dragging luggage around HNL after a cancelled flight left us exhausted. After checking into this hotel at 2am, even though I was ready to drop dead from exhaustion, I couldn’t fall asleep on these lumpy, cement bricks they call pillows. I now have a pulled muscle in my neck from the stiffness. Target sells better pillows for $1.99. The employee truly couldn’t care less. Their contempt for guests is palpable. Do yourself a favor and STAY AWAY.