Condominium Connection Now Selling Pacific Beach Hotel in Waikiki

Hawaii wholesaler Condominium Connection has added the Pacific Beach Hotel in Waikiki, with rates starting from $159 per night. The property is across the street from Waikiki Beach and near a variety of restaurants, shops and entertainment activities. 

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A good fit for small families, couples, business travelers, honeymooners and seniors, the full-service Pacific Beach Hotel offers many guest amenities including a swimming pool, whirlpool spa, sun deck, health spa, restaurants, lounges, tennis court, golf cages, putting green, lobby shopping mall, 24-hour fitness club, sundries shop, activity desk, concierge, business center, meeting rooms and central laundry facilities.  The guestrooms feature air conditioning, refrigerator, coffee maker, 37” TV and a private lanai. 

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The $20 daily amenity fee of (collected in Hawaii) covers high-speed Internet access, discount for the 24 Hour Fitness and Laulea Spa, in-room safe, pool towels, in-room coffee and tea, Pacific Beach Hotel collapsible water bottle for each guest at check-in, and use of tennis court, golf cages and putting green with equipment.  Local, toll-free numbers and 60 minutes of long distance calls to the U.S. mainland and Canada are also included in the fee.

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