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.
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.
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.
The oceanfront Sheraton Waikiki is steps from an intimate stretch of the legendary Waikiki Beach—2 miles of golden sand and great swimming. This central-Waikiki resort is also adjacent to luxury shops.
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.
Stay Hotel Waikiki is sandwiched between the Ko'olau Mountains and Waikiki Bay, offering guests views of the ocean and the windward cliffs. The Royal Hawaiian Center mall is an 8-minute walk away. History buffs can drive 15 minutes to Iolani Palace, the last residence of Hawaii's old royal family.
One block away from the world famous Waikiki beach with calm ocean waters and endless water activities, this island-style hotel is 4 blocks from Kapiolani Park and about 4 miles from downtown Honolulu.
Kailua is a short 30 miles from Honolulu, but it feels like it’s a world apart. A pair of jagged islands just offshore takes the place of towering downtown skyscrapers, and the term “island time” has a whole new meaning. Even better, hotels in Kailua make it easy to wake up with a smile. After a morning stuffing your face with crepes or loco moco, you’ll be ready to tackle the Lanikai Pillbox trail.
Afterward, treat yourself to a cool-down smoothie and then spend rest of your day at Kailua Beach. Thanks to the generous winds on this part of the island, kitesurfing and windsurfing are popular sports. Take a lesson or show the locals your best heli tack if you’re already a pro. All that’s left to do is grab a Kailua rental car to explore the rest of O’ahu!
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