The stay at the Waikiki Marina was less than stellar..
We had a snafu right from the start as the keys were not in the lock box. A security guard called David and to his credit, he came right over and let us in. He came by the next morning with the key fob for the parking area.
The unit has a number of issues, not the lease of which is the elevator. Long waits as only one elevator is in operation and the working one is very unreliable. (skipping stops, and very crowded)
First, the unit was not all that clean. After checking in we went to the local store where I bought some cleaning supplies,(we didn’t even have a roll of paper towels) and cleaned things up a bit. The sink and shower both drain very slowly, the kitchen light flickered constantly and it was not a bulb issue but something in the wiring or the ballast. Since the kitchen and main room lights were on the same switch, we pretty much left it off even at night.
There was no toaster and the utensils, cooking and dishware were very limited and very used, (only one coffee cup for a minuscule coffee pot).
It has very limited counter space, so we really did not cook much at all. The microwave was filthy and we did not use that at all.
The unit itself was very small, but we anticipated that. It has no lani but does have what I would call a peek-a-boo view. You can see a glimpse of the harbor and ocean between buildings looking off to the right. To the left we only saw the building next door which at our level contained some sort of storage work area filled with a bunch of junk. Not attractive. Also, the way it’s laid out, we heard the elevator from inside our unit and it was pretty noisey
The pool area is nice and well maintained, but it only gets a couple hours of sun a day.
It was nice having a parking space, however we did not use it as much as we thought we would. The location is a big plus, but not enough to compensate for the condition of the condo.