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Score from 33 reviews Good 7.9/10

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Score from 1 review Very good 8.3/10

Newest reviews for Aqua Hotel Molokai

  • Peter
      United States of America
    May 7, 2014

    the staff was friendly, polite and helpful. the hotel and grounds were beautiful

    this was my second stay here and I definitely missed the restaurant at the hotel.


  • Martha
      United States of America
    May 6, 2014

    this hotel was what you invension a hawaiian island cottage would look like & on the water / every body was curtious

    contental breakfast a little cheap


  • Mark
    April 20, 2014

    Location on the beach Cocktails by the pool Room good and clean

    1. No breakfast to room 2. Waited for at least an hour to try to check in as reception woman helping another guest with tour organising. She should have made the others wait 5 mins, check me in and then returned to their complex tour arranging requests. Left as could not get served and came back hours later. If I had not already prepaid would have gone elsewhere to stay. Then when leaving I advised had prepaid via and they had not received this payment so was made to pay via credit card for the second time. Very poor experience checking in and out. Would not return to this resort for these reasons


  • Rebecca
      United States of America
    April 9, 2014

    we loved the vibe of this place - like a retro tiki bar. Location was perfect for exploring the island. Staff was very friendly and helpful. We even got to have a drink and chat with the general manager Michael one of the night's we stayed there. Rooms were comfortable and cute. We would definitely stay there again.


  • David
      United States of America
    March 19, 2014

    Comfortable room; eat-in facilities; convenient to town center.

    Pitiful continental breakfast; wi-fi went down when winds picked up; a hotel of this type should be priced around $150 per night rather than $190.


  • Anonymous
    February 20, 2014

    Very Hawaiian ambience. Comfy bed. Flat screen TV . Kitchenette. Nice grounds. Good coffee and cinnamon buns in am. Friendly helpful staff.

    Quite pricey for amenities offered. Pool not open early morning. No beach. No restaurant. No other choice for hotels though.


  • Nicola
      United States of America
    February 18, 2014

    Staff were very friendly Rooms a good size Pool bar entertainment was great

    My bed cover had a big yellow stain on it... Sometimes things don't come out in the wash but it just didn't look very good Mosquitos could get in your room as there's gaps between the blinds so even though I was careful with keeping my doors closed I got bitten to death! The 'continental' breakfast was basically doughnuts and more doughnuts which I wouldn't call a continental personally The hotel doesn't have a restaurant to serve proper food. So because your rooms only have a microwave unless you want to live off sandwiches you have to take a 2mile walk to town


  • Judith
      United States of America
    October 31, 2013

    Central location made it easy to get to town and other places on the island

    No restaurant (had been advertised); uninterested staff (except for gm); tv not working; etc.


  • Kristie
    October 31, 2013

    Molokai is a picturesque paradise and a not-so-mainstream gem. If you are looking for something away from the hustle and bustle of Waikiki where you can truly relax and enjoy some stunning views, Molokai is the island for you. The locals are lovely, the staff are very accommodating and it is a place to truly unwind. Very authentic Hawaiian experience.

    Without hiring a car it is difficult to get around the island. When the hotel restaurant re opens, it will make meals much easier!


  • Anonymous
    August 9, 2013

    Everything was just Great...would come back everytime!


  • Anonymous
      United States of America
    July 15, 2013

    Pretty modest accommodations. Expensive for a very basic room.


  • Niels
    July 9, 2013

    Clean and comfortable room.

    Simple breakfast buffet (cinnamon buns, papaya and coffee/tea).


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