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$10 / night Hawaii hotel rooms on sale 24/hrs from NOW!

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I am sure these will all sell out VERY fast as there are only 20 rooms up for grabs. The Ala Moana Hotel is not a dream hotel but for $10 / night how can you go wrong? Here are the details from the web site:

– $10 per room, per night, single/double occupancy*
– 40 nights to choose: April 1 – May 10, 2014
– Only 20 rooms per night available
– Waikiki Tower Ocean View rooms
– 3-nights minimum, 5 nights maximum
– Reservation guaranteed with a valid credit card
– No refunds for changes or cancellations
– Web booking only, no phone calls

Starts Tuesday March 18, 10 am HST (4:PM ET) until all rooms are sold

*$50 per additional guest 18 years and older. Maximum 4 guests per room. Prices in U.S. dollars. Cannot be combined with other offers. No airline mileage. Offer is subject to availability and change. Restrictions may apply. Taxes are not included.

So there you are. Another idea would be for locals from the other islands to maybe do a semi-staycation to Honolulu.

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If you could snag these deals, another possible option to keep this on the uber-cheap side would be to look at picking up The Hawaiian Airlines® World Elite MasterCard® to get there on points from either the islands or the mainland. Aloha – René
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René de Lambert is a contributing writer and the founder of RenesPoints. He is an avid Delta and SkyTeam flyer who has held Delta’s top Diamond Medallion status for many years and flown millions of miles.

11 Comments

  1. Ehh… It is Waikiki. Not worth it. Hard to stay on Oahu and experience Hawaii.

    Rather pay more and be on Maui or Kauai.

  2. Is there cheapo airfare between dtw and hnl. Because I would do this in a heartbeat just to get my fiftieth state. I’ve driven to all the other 49 states and all the Canadian provinces and territories.

  3. Have stayed at this hotel. It is in Honolulu but not on Waikiki. Not a super luxury hotel but not bad either in my opinion. They have a great fitness center and pool as I recall. It is next to Ala Moana Shopping Mall, which has a lot of great shops and entertainment options. There is plenty of the “real” Hawaii on Oahu in addition to the activity of Waikiki. People just need to get out of Honolulu. If I can get a good airfare, I will definitely take advantage of this deal.

  4. Ha ha! Europe has the Chunnel. Maybe one day we could have a Punnel connecting LAX and HNL. It is also strange that Alaska has interstate highways. 🙂

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