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Airport Honolulu Hotel - Honolulu Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

Airport Honolulu Hotel

3401 N Nimitz Hwy, Honolulu - Map
 
 
"mickname"
It was okay. Don't like having to go to the hotel down the road for dinner and breakfast.
mickname from Kansas
Near airportMore
Waikiki Gateway Hotel - Honolulu Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
$289

Waikiki Gateway Hotel

2070 Kalakaua Ave, Honolulu - Map
 
 
"Surprisingingly great location and view"
Front desk service was kind and helpful. Location & view was great.
friend60 from Phoenix, AZ
Situated where the shopping and nightlife of Kalakaua and Kuhio Avenues converge, this Waikiki hotel is next to Fort DeRussy …More
Castle Pacific Marina Inn Airport Hotel - Honolulu Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars
$149

Castle Pacific Marina Inn Airport Hotel

2628 Waiwai Loop, Honolulu - Map
 
 
"Surprised"
Although we did not get good reviews when we told some of the locals where we were staying, the place was exactly what we needed. A place to sleep. The staff was nice and although the location was in an industrial area, it was what we needed. IThe location was close to the airport and Pearl Habor, Whale watching, and Waikiki.
Traveller from Colorado
Situated near the airport, in Honolulu, this hotel is close to Keehi Lagoon Park, Aloha Tower, and Navy Marine Golf Course …More
Queen Kapiolani Hotel - Honolulu Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
$170

Queen Kapiolani Hotel

150 Kapahulu Ave, Honolulu - Map
 
 
"Great location"
The room Was very clean a bit small but everything Was close by.     breakfast at the restaurant Was ok pool Was nice, service Was exelent           The staff Was very friendly
Sally57 from Bryant, AR
LocationMore
Aqua Waikiki Wave - Honolulu Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
$218

Aqua Waikiki Wave

2299 Kuhio Ave, Honolulu - Map
 
 
"An Adventure"
Here's the long and the short of it. Overall Value "Good". Parking - No matter where you stay in Waikiki be prepared to pay up to $40 per nite. Aqua is no exception. It was disappointing that I had to find out after I checked in that there is a $23 fee for their p lot, that is of course if you can squeeze in there (which you can't late at nite), OR there is the Industrial p lot which is closed from 1 a.m. to 6 a.m.? not sure, but is like parking in a Blade Runner movie, OR there is public parking around the block for $20 a nite. Like I said, I wish corporations would start thinking of the guest and quit the "add ons" after the fact. Prostitution - plentiful from 10:00 p.m. to 6 a.m. Not a nice comment on Kuhio Ave. But families be forewarned. Lots of 20 somethings with nothing to do late at nite........real late at nite. Nitely room price is very reasonable for a reason. If you can deal with the above (as I happily did, sans the prostitution) the Aqua is an okay Waikiki hotel.
1in5CAchildreninpoverty
Near Waikiki BeachMore
Vacation Rental Home in Kahala Hawaii - Honolulu Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
$110

Vacation Rental Home in Kahala Hawaii

1321 Ekaha Ave, Honolulu - Map
 
 
Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort - Honolulu Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort

2005 Kalia Rd, Honolulu - Map
 
 
"Change in plans"
We had booked 2 rooms with a request to connect or be next to or across from each other. We have 4 kids from 14 to 6. When we got there they told us they were only able to put on different floors. This would not work of course because they were full. They worked out a solution and apologized. They put us in the Presidential Suite and only charged us for 1 room! It was absolutely beautiful! They were so kind and quick to help. They were MORE then generous. The grounds of the Village is amazing. The beach is right there. There is shopping, restaurants and generally nice people. The bus stop is across the street from the hotel grounds so you can get anywhere you want.
Traveller from Philadelphia
With lush gardens, ponds, and waterfalls, this 22-acre Honolulu destination resort is fronted by several acres of Waikiki …More
Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel - Honolulu Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel

2570 Kalakaua Ave, Honolulu - Map
 
 
"good hotel"
it is a very nice hotel a little old but service is very good ,friendly , a lot of rooms ocean view for the same price, just across the Waikiki beach we really enjoyed it. there is a breakfast included by the pool with live music. Beach towels and chairs complimentary such is very very nice.
tatija from Calgary, AB, Canada
Located across the street from Waikiki Beach and 2 blocks from the Honolulu Zoo, this Aston hotel is on Waikiki's main …More
Outrigger Reef Waikiki Beach Resort - Honolulu Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Outrigger Reef Waikiki Beach Resort

2169 Kalia Rd, Honolulu - Map
 
 
"on the beach"
great location,on the beach and close to shops, restaurants. great lobby area. swimming pool area was nice, room was a descent size and clean. staff was friendly. overall we liked this hotel and would stay again
mole51 from California
Located on Waikiki Beach, this popular, renovated Honolulu hotel features an island-style environment and is surrounded by …More
Sheraton Waikiki - Honolulu Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Sheraton Waikiki

2255 Kalakaua Ave, Honolulu - Map
 
 
"Great location! Beautiful hotel!"
Hotel was centrally located, convenient for shopping, beach front, beautiful infinity pool, what a view!!!!!!!
Aloha18888 from San Francisco, CA
On 2-mile beachMore

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    Honolulu, Hawaii Hotel Guide

    Honolulu, Hawaii is one of the top vacation destinations on the planet. The capital and largest city in the state is home to beautiful golden sand beaches as well as a wide range of everything from top Hawaii hotels to more affordable accommodations. Hotels in Honolulu offer the chance to watch popular surf competitions and spectacular sunsets, enjoy dazzling ocean views and be just steps from the sand, or a chance to stay among the many exciting downtown attractions.

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    You’ll find many four- and five-star hotels in Honolulu set on the magnificent sands of Waikiki, considered a 24-hour playground with everything from outstanding surf and sun to karaoke bars and trendy nightclubs. Honolulu hotels in the historic downtown area are ideal for those who want to explore the dynamic capital’s cultural attractions as well as an array of shopping opportunities. For your business trip to Honolulu, you might choose one of the city’s many business-oriented hotels located in the financial district. Those seeking a quieter location and tropical scenery just minutes away from the beaches and bustling downtown might choose Honolulu-area hotels in the Manoa-Makiki district.

    Whether you’re looking for cheap Honolulu hotels with simple, no-frills accommodations that provide a great bang for the buck or the ultimate in luxurious digs with world-class spas, tennis facilities, kids’ programs, gorgeous pools, and more, you’re sure to find something that fits the bill perfectly. Many feature on-site restaurants as well as frequent special events and activities like luaus, live music, and much more.

    From family-friendly, lower-cost Honolulu hotels to idyllic resorts, no matter what your desires and requirements you’re practically guaranteed of finding just the right place to meet your needs.

    Hotels in Honolulu

    Welcome to "The Big Pineapple!" Say "Aloha!" to beautiful white sand beaches, ancient volcanic craters, and year-round balmy, tropical temperatures, all within a bustling metropolis that offers every conceivable modern convenience. Such is life in Honolulu, Hawaii's state capital. Located on the island of Oahu, Honolulu is home to an exotic blend of Eastern, Western, and Pacific cultures. In addition to being a major travel destination in its own right, it is the city through which most travelers enter Hawaii. Each year, millions of tourists and businesspeople fly into Honolulu International Airport, the principal Honolulu airport. Hotel buildings and a volcanic crater known as Diamond Head frame the popular Waikiki Beach, where you'll find many of these travelers spending their days sunbathing, surfing, or swimming in Honolulu's famously warm waters. If you're looking for a relaxing vacation in a thoroughly modern island paradise, look no further. With Travelocity, it's a breeze finding the best deals on Honolulu hotels. So what are you waiting for? Browse through cheap hotels in Honolulu today and book your accommodations for the vacation of a lifetime.

    Attractions in Honolulu

    A trip to Honolulu would be incomplete without a day spent at Waikiki Beach. This famous white sand beach is known for its consistently sunny skies, stunning views of Diamond Head, and perfect conditions for beginning surfers. If you don't know how to surf, why not learn? The neighborhood of Waikiki has many surfing schools that give lessons. Or maybe you'd prefer a relatively painless trek to Oahu's tallest accessible waterfall, the breathtaking Manoa Falls. The trail leading to the falls passes through various ecosystems filled with the island's unique rainforest plants and animals. Be sure to bring your camera! Manoa Falls offers amazing sights begging to be captured on film. It's no wonder director Steven Spielberg chose to feature the waterfall in his popular movie Jurassic Park. If you're looking to socialize, attend one of Honolulu's many luaus or perhaps an authentic hula show, like the Kuhio Beach Torchlighting and Hula Show. Held every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday evening, the free show begins with the torch lighting and ceremonial blowing of the conch shell. The performers proceed to tell the story of Waikiki's history through music and dance. It is a fantastic way to spend a relaxing evening outside on the beach.

    What to do in Honolulu

    The best spot for surfing depends somewhat on the time of year, but on an island the size of Oahu, you're never far from a beach with perfect conditions for catching some waves. Surfing is practically synonymous with Hawaii and it's a great way to have fun with friends and family or on your own while in Honolulu. If you've never set foot on a surfboard before, there's no time like the present! Honolulu has plenty of surfing schools that offer lessons for beginners. Go for a swim with the sharks! There are tour companies in Honolulu that will take you cage diving, so you can get up close and personal with these largely misunderstood animals. Educational and unforgettable, these shark tours are not to be missed. Perhaps you appreciate the beauty of the ocean, but you'd prefer to stay on dry land. For staggering views of the shoreline, hike the Diamond Head Summit Trail. Starting inside the volcanic crater, the steep trail climbs up the side to Diamond Head's highest point, where you'll be able to see old military bunkers on the crater rim and a phenomenal vista of the island and ocean below.

    How about an afternoon of inspiring artwork at the Honolulu Museum of Art? Founded in 1922, the museum now houses a huge collection of works from well-known European and American artists like Picasso and Warhol, as well as Asian and native Hawaiian artists. Don't pass over this cultural gem, open 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday. If the idea of swimming with sharks didn't sit well with you, but you'd still like to commune with creatures of the deep, stop by the Waikiki Aquarium. The second oldest public aquarium in the United States, it now plays host to over 400 different species of sea animals and plants. It makes for a wonderful educational activity for children, but people of all ages can enjoy the variety of marine life on display. The hours of operation are 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily. For a moving trip through history, be sure to visit the USS Arizona Memorial. The memorial was built in 1962 and marks the spot where 1,177 were killed on the USS Arizona during the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. The hull of the ship lies exactly where it sunk and the memorial now sits directly above it, without touching it. Tickets to see the memorial are free, but you can reserve them for a future visit for a small fee.

    When to visit Honolulu

    Sunny skies and consistently warm temperatures year-round mean there's never a bad time to visit Honolulu. Hotels fill up more quickly in the summertime when families are going on summer vacations with their children, so be sure to book your accommodations early with Travelocity. The weather tends to be only slightly cooler and stormier during the winter months, and the city remains a popular destination during this time of year. Tourists visit in droves around Christmastime, perhaps escaping the snow back home. Beaches in Honolulu are emptiest when school is in session in the spring and the fall, so if you like to avoid crowds, these are the best times to visit. Regardless of when you decide to come, you'll be in love with this magnificent city from the moment your plane lands at the Honolulu airport. Hotel bargain hunting has never been easier, so pack your bags (don't forget your swimsuit!) and head to the nearest airport; Honolulu hotel deals and outstanding travel packages through Travelocity are your passport to bliss! Don't worry about a thing, because Travelocity can help you find and book the cheapest hotels in Honolulu. Hawaii, here you come!

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