With lush gardens, ponds, and waterfalls, this 22-acre Honolulu destination resort is fronted by several acres of Waikiki Beach; offers views of iconic Diamond Head Crater; a weekly Polynesian extravaganza includes traditional dance and fireworks.
This 12-story nonsmoking hotel is a 10-minute walk from Waikiki Beach's wide stretch of sand and 1 block from Fort DeRussy; guests often walk the half-mile to the Ala Moana Center indoor/outdoor mall.
Located across the street from Waikiki Beach and 2 blocks from the Honolulu Zoo, this Aston hotel is on Waikiki's main thoroughfare, with easy access to shops, restaurants, and attractions.
The 2-tower Pacific Beach Hotel is across the street from Waikiki Beach. Nearby attractions include Honolulu Zoo and Waikiki Aquarium, just 3 blocks away, and the Hawaii Convention Center is within 2 miles.
Offering the world-class Trump lifestyle, this contemporary Honolulu hotel is just 1 block from the white sands of Waikiki Beach and the designer shops of Luxury Row. Diamond Head is 2 miles away.
Just a block from the sand, surrounded by fine dining and boutique shopping, is the Hilton Waikiki Beach. It’s 4 miles (6.4 km) from downtown Honolulu, and a 20-minute cab ride from the airport. It’s a 30-minute bus ride to the memorials of Pearl Harbor, and 7 minutes to the base of Diamond Head.
A block from Kapiolani Park and its tennis courts, and a block from a family-friendly beach, this hotel on the corner of Kuhio Avenue is close to Waikiki's adventures and one mile from Diamond Head.
Located on Waikiki Beach, this popular, renovated Honolulu hotel features an island-style environment and is surrounded by Waikiki restaurants and shops. The hotel itself offers a variety of dining temptations.
Of course, you love to partake in a good landlubbing adventure from time to time. With salty skin and windblown hair, you return from the sea to spend your evening at a luau or an afternoon walking around with shave ice in your hand and a dream in your heart. Navigate your way back to the big, blue ocean and reserve one of the top Honolulu hotelstoday. Then, spend glorious days reconnecting with the sea.
Sitting on your private balcony with a chilled cocktail in one hand, swaying palm trees and the faint sound of a ukulele serving as your evening symphony, you realize this is the good life. So, where are you staying? Waikiki, of course. The Honolulu area that draws in seafarers and beach combers by the thousands. There are loads of accommodations with breathtaking ocean views and aloha spirit, and these hotels in Honolulu are a few of the best:
When it comes to ideal Hawaiian getaways, Honolulu hotels are just the beginning. After a peaceful night of rest, you’re ready to tackle the best island activities in sight. Your mornings are best spent in the company of the Pacific, getting sand between your toes turning your face lovingly toward the sun.
After toweling off, slip into your favorite pair of shorts and tennis shoes and make your way to Diamond Head. Hiking the 760-foot-tall volcanic crater will be physically intense, but your lion’s heart can accept any challenge. Plus, the sweeping view of the island and sea from the top of the crater will make your effort more than worth it.
Trade geographic landmarks for man-made history with a visit to the USS Arizona Memorial. Once due respects are paid, you’ll be ready to go out in search of food. Sit down at a breezy seaside restaurant and order a bowl of poke. This local dish will make you weep tears of joy as you sink your teeth into bite-sized chunks of raw ahi tuna that have been seasoned with soy sauce, sesame oil, scallions, and sea salt; served over rice, it’s the ideal light lunch. Eating it, you’ll feel like a native in no time.
You’re ready to head to the land of leis and coconut bras. With your phone on airplane mode and your worries on the mainland, you’re ready to check in to one of the best places to stay in Honolulu. Get ready to feel sand between your toes and a sense of unparalleled joy. Book your room with Travelocity Honolulu hotel deals, and you’ll save enough cash to try every lunch plate in Honolulu if you want.