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Re: Where Are You Posting From Now? Double like!
February 12, 2017, 12:19:01 AM
Re: South Florida Master Thread I just spent a long weekend in the Confidante. Anybody who is interested in updated info on DSUs, kosher breakfast, shabbos, and their best available rooms feel free to PM me. Big time HT to mochjas for making it happen and working with me throughout!

February 13, 2017, 12:52:15 AM
Re: NYC Master Thread
Hey guys, I'm going to be in New York from March 1st-March 6th and was wondering if there were any broadway shows/sports games that are worth watching. Thanks in advance.
Broadway Shows...... I enjoyed Wicked.
and if you want to go to the Circus the knicks play 1ce or 2ce a week at home

February 24, 2017, 10:22:05 AM
Re: Hamburger Master Thread Can we start a new consensus for the best burgers in the tri state area?

Tried Amsterdam burger for the first time a few weeks ago (at Mochjas recommendation) and was really blown away. Anything else that even comes close?

April 26, 2017, 02:56:20 PM
Re: Manhattan Kosher Restaurants
I get why people like it, but i wouldnt order it again (not a duck guy and the dish tasted too heimish).
my 2 experiences at mike's were both subpar compared to other top restaurants. perhaps i was expecting too much the first time, but the second time?
Sure its better than most kosher restaurants (including the les marais' etc) but at that price point it's just not worth it.
And now it starts...

I was completely underwhelmed at Mikes besides for the short ribs. If I were to go again, I would order a short ribs for myself, one for my wife, and one more to share for dessert.

May 17, 2017, 01:45:30 PM
Re: Airline Compensation Master Thread Next try explaining to them how the wine was kosher but not mevushal....
June 21, 2017, 12:01:28 PM
Re: Amex Business Gold Card 75,000 point bonus
If it's allowed, there should be a thread. If it's not allowed, get them the heck outta here.
This thread wasn't made for buying/selling. I know, it's hard to believe

June 21, 2017, 11:31:33 PM
Re: Baltimore Master Thread Is the ritas on the downtown harbor kosher?
August 23, 2017, 04:15:35 PM
Re: Manhattan Kosher Restaurants 2 sheisters in one joke was too great to pass up.
September 04, 2017, 09:04:49 PM
Re: Grand Hawaiian Holiday, by PBaruch (August 2017)
Since you now stayed in both GHK and SRP can you compare the 2?



  • Prettier grounds (not to be confused with prettier views) to walk around in than at the St. Regis (in my humble opinion);
  • More kid friendly - GHK has a slide in the pool (no slide at the St. Regis) along with activities for kids such as feeding the fish (free fish food provided) and holding exotic birds while having your picture taken (free by using your own camera to take the pictures);
  • Free access for Globalists to the Club Room where you can get kosher breakfast foods such as bagels (frozen from Oahu Kosher), lox, cream cheese, butter, jams, various cereals, fruits, drinks such as water and soda.  Also, you can get free fruits and drinks throughout the day;
  • Free laundry facilities including free laundry detergent;
  • No resort fee when using points;
  • Free self parking;
  • More convenient location to certain attractions - such as to Capt. Andy's cruises on the Na Pali, Waimea Canyon, the airport, etc.
  • Nightly entertainment;
  • Bidet toilet.


  • They will no longer store your food in their freezer;
  • Views definitely not as nice as the St. Regis;
  • Not as attentive to your needs, wants and desires as at the St. Regis;
  • The GHK doesn't feel as private and intimate as the St. Regis;
  • When we were there in winter the water by the beach was quite rough and wasn't suitable for swimming - not sure how it is in summer;
  • Not near Chabad.

St. Regis


  • Gorgeous views of the mountains, bay and ocean from the hotel - and in particular from our room and lanai.  I very much enjoyed spending Shabbos at the St. Regis by hanging out on the lanai.  The view of the mountains, rainbows, water, and sunsets were nothing short of incredible.
  • Roving bands of nene (endangered Hawaiian goose) that come to visit - we really enjoyed interacting with and feeding the nene;
  • We have never before experienced the level of service that we received at the St. Regis.  They are very attentive to your needs and are more than happy to oblige.
  • Beach is usable for swimming - the water was fairly calm while we were there.
  • No problem with storing our food in their freezer.
  • They did not charge me a resort fee when paying with SPG points.
  • Lappert's is located nearby in Princeville - kosher ice cream, etc (although we totally missed out on that);
  • Conveniently located close to the Kalalau trail and awesome beaches such as Tunnels;
  • The St. Regis feels more private and intimate than the GHK - definitely less crowds;
  • 2 mile walk to Chabad on sidewalks.


  • Not as kid friendly as the GHK - no slide in the pool;
  • No laundry facilities - if you want anything washed you have to pay to send it out;
  • No free parking option and you have to pay for valet parking (for those who care about this sort of thing);
  • No Club Room as at the GHK where people with Globalist status can get free kosher breakfast;
  • No ice machine for self use - if you want ice you call the front desk and they deliver it to your room.  We were fine with a small bucket of ice each time and never asked if they would fill a cooler but they are very accommodating so I'd have to assume they would have done it for us had we asked;
  • We had to take 3 separate elevators to get to the pool and adjacent beach which was annoying.  I suppose this is dependent on where your room is located.

The general consensus is that we prefer the St. Regis over the GHK and hope to return there in the future.

September 12, 2017, 08:30:13 PM