Sailor’s Home in Hawaii

Last August, I stayed at the Sailor’s Home in Hawaii for a good price. Can anyone tell me are there other places like this across the United States?

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Thanks, though it cost more than Honolulu it still looks like a great place.

I just stayed at the sailor’s home. 30 bucks a night for a clean bed, can’t be beat in Honolulu.

It likely costs more because of the amenities but looks a lot cheaper than any Boston hotel, that’s for sure. My question would be how hard is it to get a room there? Sailor’s home in Hono generally always has a vacancy.

Catherder, I have no idea how hard it is to acquire a room at the Boston hotel but I like you assume at certain times of months you may not find a place there. I would like to have a list of hotels that are like the one in Honolulu which I perfect for any Mariner who wants to be by a union hall to ship out.

I don’t know that there are very many, but I’ll keep an eyeball peeled. It’s always great to have such a resource. Was nice to get off the ship in Honolulu (especially since I was losing my stateroom to a relief) and spend a couple days playing tourist.

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What is the best inexpensive hotel for seamen in the Seattle area these days?

Anyone stay at the Monterrey Inn in Willmington, CA near the MMP hall lately? I stayed there years ago when it was like 19 dollars a night. I see now its 50 did they make major improvements?

I stayed there about 12 years ago, it was a dump then but a cheap place to crash. Most sailors I know stay at the Inn of Long Beach (350 a week approx) or the Islander Motel on PCH (250 a week approx) Lots of bed bug complaints coming from the Inn.