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Imperial of Waikiki Reviews

User Monday, August 29, 2016

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We had a two bedroom suite with two bathrooms and two balconies on the 14th floor. There is only one such unit on each floor and they are very special. The location of the Imperial is at the sea end of Lewers Street, just a few hundred yards from Waikiki beach. Going the other way up Lewers Street its only a few hundred yards to the main shopping street with its many shops, markets and restaurants. So, if you want the beach, its there. If you want shops and night life, its there. Transportation around is easy by bus or walking. The Imperial also has a rooftop pool and lounge areas, a fitness center and underground parking. Restaurant and Convenience store on site. If you want just a beach you can stay on the beach. If you want shops and other activities they are all close by. The two bedroom units easily sleep six and with a kitchen and dining area plus flat screen TV's. Its home away from home.

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User Monday, August 29, 2016

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We had a two bedroom suite with two bathrooms and two balconies on the 14th floor. There is only one such unit on each floor and they are very special. The location of the Imperial is at the sea end of Lewers Street, just a few hundred yards from Waikiki beach. Going the other way up Lewers Street its only a few hundred yards to the main shopping street with its many shops, markets and restaurants. So, if you want the beach, its there. If you want shops and night life, its there. Transportation around is easy by bus or walking. The Imperial also has a rooftop pool and lounge areas, a fitness center and underground parking. Restaurant and Convenience store on site. If you want just a beach you can stay on the beach. If you want shops and other activities they are all close by. The two bedroom units easily sleep six and with a kitchen and dining area plus flat screen TV's. Its home away from home.

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User Monday, November 30, 2015

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When we bought our Imperial Hawaii timeshare on Lewers St. in 1984, little did I know the many happy memories we'd make there as a family of five. Staying just one block back from famous Waikiki Beach, across from Ruth's Chris Steak House, and mere steps from numerous upscale shops and boutiques, gave us ample opportunities to enjoy the beach life of surfing, swimming, and sunning, as well as shopping and eating.

A top floor pool, hot tub and glassed-in meeting area offer a spectacular year 'round view--especially for July 4th and New Year's fireworks. Nearby runs of 'The Bus,' Hawaii's public transportation system, offers easy access to Kapiolani Park, Diamond Head, Ala Moana Shopping Center--plus Pearl Harbor, Ft. de Bussy Army base, and other historical sites. Or you can circle Oahu completely, without having to rent a car! One price pays all...

This unit's drop down living room bed, fold out couch, and separate couple's bedroom, easily accommodates a family of six.
Its full kitchen (refrigerator, stove, DW, eating area) make eating in as viable an option as eating out. Its lanai and open area
windows allow the cooling trade winds in to keep temperatures cool. Parking is on site, with a quick convenience ABC store immediately down stairs.

Our family totally enjoyed our many summer trips to tropical Hawaii from Alaska, the Last Frontier, where we then lived.

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