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Moana Surfrider, A Westin Resort & Spa, Waikiki Beach - Honolulu Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Moana Surfrider, A Westin Resort & Spa, Waikiki Beach

2365 Kalakaua Avenue, Honolulu - Map
 
 
"Beautiful old hotel. Pity about the queue. "
This is a beautiful old hotel right on the beach in Waikiki. Most is good - including location, hotel and rooms. Only negatives are: * Huge queues for check in and check out (they really need more front desk staff). After a long flight its torture. * Rooms are tight on the small size. Maybe to be expected for old hotel. Note to management: Fix the bug in express check out to allow people entitled to late checkout to express check out. If you are having staffing problems as you obviously are, this would help.
Traveller from Colorado
Facing famed Waikiki Beach, this 1901 hotel—the first built in Waikiki—opens to Kalakaua Avenue, is 1 block from shopping …More
Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki - Honolulu Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$301

Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki

100 Holomoana St, Honolulu - Map
 
 
"Worth the money."
Pictures exemplified the scenery and structure. Staff was helpful especially with complimentary shuttle service to the main areas of the island. Its also one of the first hotels to start the Waikiki area so shuttles from other adventures usually picked us up first and dropped us off first. Very close to everything you need.
Traveller from Ohio
At the gateway to Waikiki, this oceanfront hotel overlooks the Ala Wai Yacht Harbor and is 0.5 mile from the Ala Moana Center …More
The Modern Honolulu - Honolulu Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

The Modern Honolulu

1775 Ala Moana Boulevard, Honolulu - Map
 
 
Beautiful property, looking forward to returning soon!
Traveller from Alaska
The Modern Honolulu sits on Ala Wai Harbor, 3 miles (4.8 km) from downtown and a mile (1.6 km) from Waikiki Beach. Pearl …More
Luana Waikiki Hotel & Suites - Honolulu Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$260

Luana Waikiki Hotel & Suites

2045 Kalakaua Ave., Honolulu - Map
 
 
"Acceptable"
The staff was excellent from maintenance to housekeeping to desk.
A Traveller
Overlooking serene Fort DeRussy Park, this contemporary Honolulu boutique hotel is a 10-minute walk from Waikiki Beach, and a …More
The Surfjack Hotel & Swim Club - Honolulu Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$343

The Surfjack Hotel & Swim Club

412 Lewers Street, Honolulu - Map
 
 
4.7 out of 5 (7 reviews)
An authentic Waikiki adventure awaits guests at this vibrant hotel located in the heart of Waikiki. Handcrafted design …More
Ala Moana Hotel by AirPads - Honolulu Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Ala Moana Hotel by AirPads

410 Atkinson Drive, Honolulu - Map
 
 
Located in Waikiki, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Hawaii Convention Center and Ala Moana Center. University of …More
Maile Sky Court - Honolulu Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars
$170

Maile Sky Court

2058 Kuhio Avenue, Honolulu - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel close by beach. "
Love it! Would recommend anyone to visit. Will visit again.
Traveller from N.C
The golden sands and sparkling surf of Waikiki Beach are less than 3 blocks from this 44-story tower. The Royal Hawaiian …More
Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel - Honolulu Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel

2570 Kalakaua Ave, Honolulu - Map
 
 
"Ocean view hotel with beach across the street."
The pro's: This hotel is very convenient for beach lovers, with beautiful Waikiki directly across from the hotel. Many trolley's and tour buses pick up right outside the hotel. The con's: Even with the air conditioning turned down to its minimum temperature (65 f), the room never seemed to get cool. Travelocity does mention that there may be other fees that you need to pay that aren't included in the travel package. It turns out that you HAVE to pay an additional $23 a day for wi-fi, newspaper, coffee and the exercise room - even if you don't use any of them. So when you check-out at the end of the week, plan to pay an extra $168.
Traveller from Wheaton, IL
Located across the street from Waikiki Beach and 2 blocks from the Honolulu Zoo, this Aston hotel is on Waikiki's main …More
Park Shore Waikiki an Aqua Hotel - Honolulu Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$299

Park Shore Waikiki an Aqua Hotel

2586 Kalakaua Ave, Honolulu - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel close to the beach"
Hotel was really nice, but it's attached to a really loud bar that plays extremely loud music until 3 am, on a Tuesday night. Be sure to ask for a room as far away from this as possible. Accommodations and staff were excellent.
Traveller from Juneau, Alaska
Park Shore Waikiki is located fronting Waikiki Beach and iconic Diamond Head. The Honolulu Zoo, Kapiolani Park and the …More
Aqua Palms Waikiki - Honolulu Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars
$222

Aqua Palms Waikiki

1850 Ala Moana Blvd, Honolulu - Map
 
 
"1 week stay at Aqua Palms"
We stayed one full week at the Aqua Palms in a diamond head view room with a king sized bed and sofa in the room. The room is a little dated and you could get real nit picky about things but for the cost and the size of the room we were more than pleased. Housekeeping does a great job daily straightening up the room if you like. There is a nice little table with 2 chairs to eat at, the balcony has 2 nice chairs and a little table out there to sit outside. Our diamond head view room also had views of the ocean in 2 different spots, BONUS! However the room faces Ala mona blvd.... and it is LOUD all hours of the day and night, but if you run the air conditioner on the circulating mode at night it helps drown out the sound of the traffic below. There is no hospitality room if you have a late flight, but we did get to check out at 1pm for no additional cost and they will hold your luggage until 7pm which is really nice. The front desk staff were AWESOME About giving me details on which bus # to take to get to certain destinations, ie: Diamond head, Pearl Harbor, Chinatown, etc.... You can save lots of money by just going to these places on you own instead of booking a "tour there".
Traveller from Minnesota
This 12-story nonsmoking hotel is a 10-minute walk from Waikiki Beach's wide stretch of sand and 1 block from Fort DeRussy …More

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    Jacques Cousteau once famously said, “The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever.” Indeed, no matter where you roam, you always find your travels most enjoyable when you’re in close proximity to the ocean. Perhaps it’s because when you’re submerged in the vast expanse of blue water, you feel free—free to forget about that which worries you and free to enjoy the simplicity of being alive. Navigate your way back to the big, blue ocean and reserve Honolulu lodging today. That way, you’ll be able to spend more than an afternoon reconnecting with the sea.

    Things to Do in Honolulu

    In the morning, the crashing sound of waves wakes you and so you begin your day on the sand. Kicking off your flip flops, you set your beach bag down on the shoreline and spread out your towel. This little patch of Waikiki Beach is temporarily yours, and you smile knowing that you get to take up space in such a stunning location. From your position in the sand, you happily watch as surfers cut through the water and ride the crests of massive waves. You too join in on the aquatic action by renting a stand up paddle board and viewing the island of Oahu from the calm cerulean waters.

    After toweling off, slip into your favorite pair of shorts and tennis shoes at one of the hotels in Honolulu and make your way to Diamond Head. Hiking the 760-foot-tall volcanic crater will be physically intensive, but the sweeping view of the island and the sea from the top will make your effort more than worth it.

    If you’re looking for history that’s more man-made than geographical, visit the USS Arizona Memorial. The site marks a dark time in the nation’s history, as it commemorates the location in which over 1,000 American sailors and marines were killed during an attack on Pearl Harbor. An intense wave of emotions will wash over you as you stroll through the saddening displays inside the memorial, but these feelings will be followed by a twinge of relief that people can overcome the largest of obstacles, and that nations and their people can learn from tragedies.

    Eating and Drinking

    With salt water still dripping from your hair, you decide it’s time for a feast—island style. Many of the best places to stay in Honolulu are in close proximity to some of the tastiest restaurants on the island. If it’s your first time to Hawaii, or are just looking for an excuse to indulge, let your taste buds guide you on a tour out of one of the hotels in downtown Honolulu to traditional Hawaiian fare. If you need a snack as you consider your options, stop at any grocery store or roadside stand and pick up some fresh pineapple spears. The sweet yellow fruit truly does taste better when it’s straight from the source, and Hawaiians rightfully claim that they grow the best pineapples in the world.

    With your appetite kicked into gear, find a local restaurant near Honolulu hotels and the sea 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 to enjoy before heading back to swim in the ocean.

    If fish isn’t your thing, stick with the classic “lunch plate” that can be found all over Oahu. Simple, filling, and refreshing, the lunch plate normally includes a scoop of rice, a few bites of macaroni salad, and the meat of your choosing—Kahlua pork is a surefire selection that will have you considering moving to Hawaii permanently.

    Your stomach still cries for something sweet, and who are you to deny its request while on vacation? End your culinary tour of the island with a syrupy blue raspberry shaved ice or make the executive decision to have a cocktail for dessert. Skip the mai tai and order a lava flow—this rum-based drink captures the spirit of a piña colada with its cream of coconut, but also includes pureed strawberries, causing you to sip, enjoy, and seek out a hammock as you fall into a blissful post-drink nap.

    Green Spaces Galore

    You could spend weeks combing through the island’s various beaches in search of seashells and solitude, but a trip to He’eia State Park is just as worthwhile. The phrase “state park” might make you think of massive oak trees or large red rock canyons, but the picturesque ocean views from this Hawaiian protected area will have you reconsidering that notion. Hike around the park and overlook the tranquil waters of Kaneohe Bay. From monkeypod trees to palms covered in coconuts, the tropical flora and fauna in the area will have you reaching for your camera as well as trying to commit the sights to memory.

    Day Trips from Honolulu

    There are tons of things to do in Honolulu, but you will want to spend an afternoon at the North Shore. Twenty-seven miles northwest of Honolulu, the North Shore is hailed as one of the greatest surfing destinations in the world—with more than 7 miles of white sand to stretch out on as you spend the day watching local legends tear through the water with ease. Walk through the sand of Waimea Bay or rent a board and test your balance out on the ocean. Tired, sandy, and unsure as to whether you have what it takes to pick up a career as an amateur surfer, retire to your Honolulu accommodation for some much needed sleep.

    Capturing the Aloha Spirit

    The spirit of island life is about more than staying at one of the Honolulu beach hotels and taking long walks along the coast. Those lucky enough to live on Oahu cherish the ocean, and you will too with so many cheap hotels in Honolulu to choose from on Travelocity. Something about the sea soothes you like nothing else can, and now that you know where to stay in Honolulu, you can frequent the Pacific Ocean and dive into its mysterious depths whenever possible.

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