The United States' own little slice of paradise? Hawaii is the last state added to the Union and the most frequent subject of mainland vacation fantasies. The islands' famous mountains, volcanoes, tropical forests, beaches and umbrella drinks make all the postcards, but Honolulu is the center of most of the island's culture and nightlife.
Hickman Air Force Base
Thanks in part to the proximity of Pearl Harbor monuments and the Honolulu International Airport, cheap hotels near Hickman Air Force Base are a natural part of this active and vibrant Honolulu neighborhood. There are a number of chain hotels squeezed between Honolulu Highway 1 and the edge of Hawaii's busiest airport, while other Hotels near Hickman Air Force Base capitalize on views of nearby Ke'ehi Boat Harbor or of Pearl Harbor itself. Hotels close to Hickman Air Force Base also make great home bases for visits to Ford Island, accessible via the Ford Island Bridge at the northwest edge of the neighborhood; the island is home to the Pacific Aviation Museum, as well as the Battleship Missouri Memorial and the must-see World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument, which showcases a sunken battleship along with a museum and galleries. The neighborhood is also home to a Pearl Harbor Visitors Center and numerous other World War II and veterans monuments, as well as other battleships which are open for public visits. When it comes to Honolulu hotels, those around this base offer a lot of great things to do in a compact area that is also convenient to the airport.
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