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Gratisbus vor Ort und die Möglichkeit, im Nachbarhotel ein Auto zu mieten. Die Surfmöglichkeiten waren weiter weg
Die Dusche Der Empfang in der Rezeption. Man hat die Buchugn nicht gefunden und ist dann auch noch unverschämt geworden. Die Zimmer waren in "Tower" und sehr laut wegen Verkehrslärm und eigener Lärmerzeugung (Maschinen, Generator U.S.W.).
Preiswertes Hotel, zentral gelegen, freundlicher Service, ordentlicher Allgeeminzustand Durch die zentrale Lage und die umgebenden Straßen recht lärmig (Tower), die Gartenzimmer sind mit Sicherheit ruhiger.
Das Kona Seaside bietet ein sehr gutes Preis-Leistungsverhältnis bei ansonsten eher teueren Übernachtungsmöglichkeiten in Kona - oder überhaupt auf Hawaii. Die zentrale Lage war angenehm. Der Parkplatz ist mit 8 oder 9Doller pro Tag zu teuer. 10m vom Hotel entfernt stehen (gratis) öffentliche Parkplätze zur verfügung. Es ist natürlich eher "alt" und der Teppichboden in den Zimmern ist gewöhnungsbedürftig...aber wie gesagt die Leistung entspricht absolut dem Preis.
Saubere Unterkunft mit Blick auf den pazifischen Ozean. Guter Ausgangspunkt für Ausflüge u Shopping Nicht besonders ruhig, da an der Strasse.
Sehr angenehme Atmosphäre an der Rezeption eines Hotels der angeblich einzigen familiengeführten Hotelkette in Hawaii. Unkompliziert und hilfsbereit, gut organisiert und trotzdem unaufdringlich. Ein angenehmes Haus.Gutes Zimmer (allerdings höchste Kategorie) mit Meerblick und zweckmäßiger Ausstattung. Die Haptik der Kissen war eigenartig, zu lasch. Eigenes Kissen half.
Zimmer war sehr schön Zu laut im Bereich der Lobby abends
Water leaks from above coakroaches in my first room, coachroaches leaping out at you from the main bar. You get to see and here the entertainment from your room every night even if you don't want to
Public spaces are great, loved the luau The room was disappointing
I loved the architecture of this place and the staff was very accommodating in making sure we had a great view and a high floor. The waves were crashing below the lanai and made for a great sleep! And the view can't be beat! The restaurant/Mai tai bar is a hopping place (at least when we were there) and had great food and an amazing selection of tropical drinks to get you in the mood for the islands! It seems to be an older hotel and is a little dated and worn, decor-wise, but the bed was comfy enough. Parking is a little confusing and costs10$/day as does wireless internet, but there isn't a resort fee. My att signal was nonexistent in the room but fine everywhere else.
Felt like a fabulous vacation because of the Royal Kona Hotel.
Close to airport and beach front Very small pool
Great view and cozy rooms. Shower was way to small you couldn't turn around with out being entangled in the cold shower curtain.
The view was amazing. Right in town... walk to the restaurants- no DUI after :) Staff is friendly. Huge wraparound lanai on my corner unit allowed the sound of the waves to permeate the room all night. I stayed on the lower level bay side. In the middle of the night some homeless people came and stole my lanai furniture. The bed was terribly lumpy and the furnishings were all dated. Room needs to be remodeled. But if they did this, I'm sure the price would be easily 25-50% more than I paid as the rest of the experience was very good. But seriously... Royal Kona, change the mattresses..
The view was "pretty" good, it is kind of spoiled by the shabby exterior of the building however. The room looked like it was last remodeled in the 70s. Old spring mattress. The A/C dripped on the bed. There is no real beach just the little cove/lagoon.
Lovely location and great place to sit out and enjoy the view. Check in was very late due to delayed flight and woman was really warm and welcoming and helpful at 200am. Couple of the housekeepers were also really friendly and welcoming. Didn't have the buffet breakfast but it looked pretty good value for $20 and the coffee was good. Rooms are really grimy, halways are filthy, daytime staff could give a stuff whether you are enjoying your stay or not. Won't stay there again, it is just a printing press for some outfit that does the bare minimum in upkeep and staff hiring.
saw a naked man
The grounds and location are excellent. The staff can be a bit ambivalent. There is a huge difference in the quality of the rooms in the individual towers. The beds are just okay. This is NOT the Royal Lahaina
Dirty and outdated. Charged extra for wifi and parking and had mold in shower.
Location was good; but ocean view was a real disappointment. I booked the location to attend a luau. It was a disappointment for the cost.
It was clean, the staff was extreme helpful and warm. Nice reception. Hotel looked very nice Bed was a very uncomfortable. Both myself and wife woke up very sore. i could feel all the springs, not a comfortable experience.
charged me 250 fee for smoking on balcony when checked out，but they didn't warn me at all when I checked in.
Paid $300 for an "ocean front" room, which turned out to be facing the ocean but on the 2nd floor, partially blocked by a tree and by the roof of the first floor. The shower handles, are placed on the side of the shower so that if you're not mindful of where the shower head is pointed, turning the shower on will get you soaked. At least in room 201, there was no tub, which was disappointing. Save your money and unless they guarantee you a spectacular view of the ocean, just pay for a regular room.
Close to everything
we made reservation for a bed room with living room online. when we checked in, there was no living room. the staff at front desk insisted that the small table and a chair one foot away from bed was the living room. what a rip off.
Loved the rooms, location, the pool...except everytime we ate there we only saw our waitress once. Both times we had to get up and ask anyone how to pay so we could leave. I loved staying there, I just don't think I'd eat or drink at their facilities due to slowwwwwe services.
We arrived in Kona in the evening, having traveled for 18 hours. This was a perfectly good place to stay for the night before taking off for our circumnavigation of the Island. Clean, comfortable, convenient. Breakfast was $22.95 a person - but there is a IHOP just up the street that suited us better.
My wife and I arrived at Kona around 9pm local time and the Courtyard was a convenient location in the direction we were going. We were not at the hotel long enough to fully appreciate. It was comfortable and was our first experience of Hawaii in the daylight. How could that be anything but great. If we had stayed longer, the balcony view was of the roof and other balconies. You could strain your neck to see water.
The windows don't block the light very well
Valet was professional and an excellent greeter as were the folks at the front desk The small beach area was under construction and did not present the hotel in a favorable way.
Super friendly staff. Very clean room. Great housekeeping staff. Comfy beds. Easy access to beach and pool. Busy parking on luau nights (Sunday's/Tuesday's)
Absolutely magical place. One of the best resorts I have visited in a long time. As a gay couple I would highly recommend it. The service was top notch and all the rooms faced the ocean. It's best to stay at the resort and experience all the services and restaurants to get the full luxury experience. We got upgraded to an ocean front room and enjoyed the stay so much we defiantly will be coming back. The prices are very high to stay at this resort and I searched the Internet for the best rates and honestly found the best prices on Kayak.com
Close to the rocky shoreline, eateries, shops, etc. Centrally located! Free parking nearby. Great continental breakfast and nice pool! N/a
Place was inexpensive, check in was okay then service hot better. For the price was good. My purpose was to spend very little time in hotel area. So it was good.
Staff was friendly, we checked in late so only one receptionist on. Clean enough. Rooms are older. The beds were very springy, we weren't given enough towels. We had three people in the room but was only given two sets. Had to go to front desk to get more. Second night my husband and I just shared a set.
This place has been around for ever. The location is awesome….very close to all the bars and restaurant. The breakfast is simple, but sufficient. It's not the prettiest place I've stayed at, but what can you expect when you're seeking a budget stay. Anyone who complains about this place should go elsewhere and spend 2-3 times the amount! Theres also a cool farmers market with all the fruits and veggies you could want along with arts and crafts for sale. The rooms are plenty clean and quiet, the staff is friendly and helpful.
Location was very convenient to downtown and walking to restaurants and shopping hotel is old but fairly well maintained. Carpet was dirty. I had to wear my shoes in the room. I checked in to my room at 4:30 and the room was still not ready. Overall it was okay for the money.
Friendly staff. Cheapest price. Cool layout and great location. When we checked in, counter staff told us about free parking in the adjacent parking lot (instead of pushing their paid parking), which was a nice touch. The room was pretty worn down, and has 't been maintained as well as it could have been. Free breakfast was pretty limited.
Personal was very family. Room wasn't ready . Checked in about 3:30 was told room is not ready to come back in 1 hour.
The bed were comfortable & there were plenty of pillows. The location related to restaurants & shopping was great. The bathroom facilities in our room showed their age as the tin had been patched rather than replaced. The e cleaning ladies did not always replace items that had been used.
Location is good, right on Ali'i drive Our hotel room was on the ground floor, as soon as you enter the room it smells like mildew and wet carpet. The sink in the bathroom did not drain, there was a broken tile in the shower, there were roaches - both big and small, the lanai doors and the bathroom doors were unable to close or lock properly. Unfortunately this was the ONLY hotel available (for obvious reasons). Uncle Billy's is like a landmark, it's been here forever but it needs a serious renovation - will NEVER stay here again, we'd be better off camping
Location is right on busy Alii Drive. Decent pool area. Worn out buildings. View is of rundown buildings surrounding. Facility is desperately in need of repairs and maintenance. Staff was polite, but not helpful, no aloha. Tiny bathroom, old shower.
Staff helpful and professional Love the feeling there, plants, flowers, old style Parking is good. Rooms desperately need renovating.
I liked the location of the hotel it was in a great spot for all the shops and restaurants. The hotel was very outdated. Very low quality just a very cheap and old building that could be very beautiful if they would spend the money to update it. Also the "breakfast" was literally just toast. For over 100$ a night you could at least feed us in the morning.