Hawaii Mom Blog: Solve the Room Hawaii




November 26, 2018

Solve the Room Hawaii

Are you up for the challenge?

When Hawaii Mom Blog was invited to try out Hawaii's newest escape room, Solve the Room Hawaii, I was totally up for the challenge.  I have participated in escape rooms twice before and really enjoyed it...even when I didn't escape. There are 5 different themed rooms at Solve the Room and up to 6 people can play.  I like their 6 maximum players policy because from experience I know that too many players is not always helpful. 

Solve the Room is conveniently located in the R&C tours building at 1722 Kalakaua Ave with FREE parking in their lot and are open Sunday through Saturday from 9am to 11:45pm.  Booking online is a breeze and they are currently offering promotions on their website!

Solve the Room is a great team building activity for corporate teams or just for fun with friends.  I think it would also be great for middle school and high school students as it would teach them problem solving, leadership, team work, and communication skills in a fun way. 

My friends and I attempted the Black Site Prison Cell which has a 40% success rate and was very different from my other two escape room experiences.  Even though we work great together, it was a very challenging experience for us.  We had a great game-master that was very helpful when we needed a clue and we have to credit her for our last minute escape! 

Thank you Solve the Room for such a fun time and the brain exercise!    

Lots to keep you busy at Solve the Room! 

This way to the prison cell escape room.

Feeling super smart!

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