Khuyết điểm:100% not a 4-star hotel, 1000% would not book again. Facilities are worn, tired, and much different than advertised--rooms are bare, with damaged furniture and the advice from other reviewers about needing flip-flops for the bathroom floors? Follow it. After asking to switch rooms because we booked a king, not a double room, we were told none were available. After complaints about state of the bathroom's floor and old toothpaste globbed all over the sink, the front desk was able to "pull some strings" and landed us in the room we originally booked, with a cleaner sink and marginally cleaner floor. Other guests were listening at this point, so I suspect that helped. After being frank with the front desk about our dissatisfaction with the bathroom (see below) We finally ended up in an "Ocean View" room, which was the exact same room with the exact same problems. Rooms are spatially adequate, but only include a bed and bar-height tables with stools--nowhere to comfortably sit. Bathrooms are barely serviceable, with towel racks, shower rods, etc. visibly pulling out of the walls. Caked-on dirt in the shower made it feel vaguely unsanitary, and once-white tiled floors were full of broken tiles, and grout stained with mold? urine? dirt? left me wishing I had brought those flip flops. The entire space has also clearly been painted over and over again, adding to the college-dorm feeling. Towels are scratchy and often have stains on them, as do the sheets. The worst part of the rooms was the sliding door/window system--our own door rattled and banged whenever one of our neighbors closed their doors. I was woken up at all hours of the night to what sounded like someone trying to break into our room, when in reality someone was just stepping outside. On-site parking is mandatory valet at ~$47/day+tax, considerably higher than surrounding properties after a quick web search. Valet is understaffed, so factor +15-25 min just to get your car. You'll also be forced into paying ~$39/day+tax "Resort Fee," for which you will receive absolutely no value. Even as they advertise that this covers all manner of services, good luck actually finding the amenities to enjoy. The only info given about these is on a slide which displays for 2 seconds every few minutes by the front desk (see photos). What we found was a motel masquerading as a high-rise hotel, with rooms that made me nostalgic for my old college dorm. I will caveat that all staff we spoke to were kind and polite, if not necessarily the most helpful. Despite our complaints about the bathroom, we heard no acknowledgement about our concerns, but were just continually offered an upgraded room with a view (an ocean view does not make up for the decrepit bathrooms). Staff's positive attitudes are not nearly enough to overcome the quality of the service and accommodations offered by the Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel.