Not Everyone who comes to Honolulu is here for a vacation.
As government workers will know, Honolulu is more than a great place to soak up the sun. It’s the administrative capital of the US state of Hawaii, and home to The Hawaii State Senate and the Hawaii State House of Representatives, as well as several foreign missions.
So if your visit to this tropical paradise has more to do with steering the ship of state than a sailboat, you may want to avoid the delays and distractions of staying in a hotel in the tourist part of town in favor of Ala Moana Hotel by Mantra.
This landmark hotel is ideally located for government workers, being far enough away from the tourist throngs and traffic of Waikiki, but still close enough to everything this cosmopolitan city has to offer. It’s one of the closest hotels to Honolulu’s airport, and only two miles from downtown and most government offices. It’s also right next door to the world’s largest open-air shopping center, with its vast array of dining options within its two food courts.
In your downtime, you won’t lack for anything either. Waikiki is only 1.5 miles away, but why not opt for the quieter surrounds of Ala Moana Beach Park, which offers jogging trails and picturesque beach swimming and is just across the road from the hotel. Or stay in and make the most of our facilities, including a fully equipped gym, steam room & sauna, pool, café and restaurants. We even have a Starbucks in the lobby.
Ala Moana Hotel by Mantra has other amenities to make life easier for our government worker guests, such as on site parking, a business center and large capacity meeting spaces with WiFi or satellite conferencing. And for those staying a little longer, self-service laundry and a dry cleaning service are also available. Rooms are generous in size and offer some added home comforts, such as a coffeemaker, microwave and refrigerator. All rooms also have free WiFi and either city, mountain or ocean views.