Rooms

Guestrooms & Suites

In a destination that’s famous for being popular, the Seaside is comfortable in its own skin. The hotel — 125 rooms over 13 floors — has a scale absent from most Waikiki Resorts, and the 1970s design creates a contemporary feel. Accommodations are bright and well‑appointed.

Each room has a balcony to enjoy the tropical climate and breezes of Oahu. The hotel’s top floors provide ocean vistas, with city and skyline views nearly standard. We’re a block away from bustling Kalakaua Avenue, giving our guests both breathing room and a sense of real Waikiki.

Standard Double

Located on floors 2 though 13, these rooms feature a double‑size bed, balcony with sliding glass door, natural light, and city views. The in‑room coffee maker and complimentary tea make mornings here even brighter.

Standard King

Located on floors 2 through 13, these rooms provide a little extra room and a bigger, king‑size bed, plus a balcony with sliding glass door, natural light, and city views. Central air‑conditioning ensures your body temperature is right, day and night.

Standard Two Double

Located on floors 2 through 13, these rooms are great for families traveling together and feature two double beds, in addition to a balcony with sliding glass door, natural light, and city views. The work desk is perfect for addressing postcards to your friends on the mainland.

Partial Ocean View Double

These rooms are located on floors 10 through 13 and provide partial Pacific Ocean views, along with a double bed, balcony with sliding glass door, and great natural light. Did we mention WiFi is free throughout the hotel?

Partial Ocean View King

These rooms are located on floors 10 through 13 and provide partial Pacific Ocean views, along with a king‑size bed, balcony with sliding glass door, and natural light. Honolulu is known for its excellent fusion food and fine margaritas. Good thing for the mini‑fridge.

Ocean View Suites

Located on floors 10 through 13, the hotel’s four suites provide the hotel’s best ocean views and the most living space. Sleeping areas feature a king‑size bed and private bathroom, while sitting areas are furnished with a sofa and coffee table. A balcony is accessed via sliding glass door that allows for great natural light. There’s an iron, too, but we’re not sure anyone irons their clothes in Waikiki.