Alamo Opens New Branch in Waikiki

Alamo Rent A Car recently opened a new branch in Waikiki, adding to existing Hawaiian locations at the Honolulu International Airport, the Disney Aulani Resort & Spa and Waikiki Discovery Bay, according to a Mar. 1 press release.

The new Waikiki Kaiulani branch is centrally located in downtown Waikiki. To accommodate international travelers, its staff is comprised of bilingual rental agents, and vehicles have GPS devices set to communicate in multiple languages. The location is equipped with a full range of vehicles including convertibles and SUVs in addition to electric vehicles and charging stations.

“We are pleased to be expanding in Waikiki and to offer Alamo’s low rental rates and convenient services to travelers visiting this beautiful destination from all over the world,” said Paul Kopel, vice president and general manager for Alamo Rent A Car, Hawaii.



  1. Bill Bishoprick [ June 3, 2012 @ 01:57PM ]

    How can I rent an electric car in Kona, the big island, in Aug/Sept of this year.

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