Oahu Accommodations

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Oahu Accommodations

Oahu offers a taste of everything Hawaii has to offer, including a spectrum of places to stay. You’ll find five-star resorts with lots of onsite amenities as well as smaller hotels, condos and rentals with a more local feel. Depending on your budget and the adventures you want to have on Oahu, it’s easy to find just the right accommodations to fit your trip.
 
The majority of Oahu's accommodations are in Waikiki. This vibrant Honolulu neighborhood is located in the heart of great shopping and beautiful beaches. It also offers visitors the most lodging choices, including wallet-friendly options like Waikiki Beachside Hostel and well-established beachfront resorts with deluxe ocean views like The Royal Hawaiian. Waikiki also has some newer boutique hotel options, including the Modern Honolulu, that offer luxury in a more intimate atmosphere.
 
Beyond Waikiki, you’ll find another luxury resort in east Honolulu (The Kahala Hotel & Resort), one on the North Shore (Turtle Bay Resort) and two on the Leeward Coast in the Ko Olina Resort area (Four Seasons Oahu and Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa). A condo or bed and breakfast in Kailua can be a great choice for proximity to Kailua's gorgeous beaches on the windward side. North Shore vacation rentals and condos, particularly in the area of the legendary surf town Haleiwa, can be a more peaceful alternative to Waikiki, if you want to experience a different side of the island.
 
Camping is a low-cost possibility at specified locations five days a week, from 8 a.m. on Friday to 8 a.m. on Wednesday. Some campsites are only open during weekends, and other sites are only open or closed during specific times of year. Find out more information on permits and open campsites by contacting Oahu Department of Parks and Recreation or Hawaii State Parks.
 
Note: Apartments, condominiums and homes are eligible to operate as short-term rentals if they are located in areas zoned for such use and/or they have obtained the required authorization(s) from the State of Hawaii and/or the relevant County. It is recommended that before booking a property, you confirm with the owner or manager that the property is operating in compliance with all applicable laws.

Find out more about where to stay in Oahu in the accommodations listings below.

Places to Stay on Oahu

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The Laylow Waikiki Exterior
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The Laylow, Autograph Collection
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A 1960’s Hawaiian Modern aesthetic in a lush garden surrounding sets the scene for a relaxed vacation vibe. Visitors are transported back in time through authentic mid-century furnishings and décor. Centrally located in the heart of Waikiki places you just a short walk to the ocean, restaurants, shops, and nightlife. The pool is the ultimate amenity, lush greenery, lounge seating and teak accents surround this communal gathering place. Classic cocktails, fresh fruit, a thatched roof, hanging plants, and woven lanterns create a remixed tiki vibe in close proximity to the pool. Enjoy an eclectic healthy menu of fresh fish, farm-to table dishes, craft beers on tap, and an extensive wine list in our warm greenhouse style restaurant. Memorable service moments, nostalgic details, tropical greenery, and modern comforts make for one-of a kind Hawaiian getaway.

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Paradise Bay Resort
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Paradise Bay Resort offers panoramic views of the Ko'olau Mountains laced with magnificent waterfalls after a rain, with awesome views of the Bay, Islands, Ocean and the Ancient Hawaiian Fishpond. The resort is a short drive to the airport or Waikiki usually less than 30 minutes.

Diamond Head Ocean View Room
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Pacific Beach Hotel
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Located across Waikiki Beach, this full-service 839-hotel features breathtaking ocean and city views. Dine next to a 3-story indoor Oceanarium attraction with over 70 species of marine life! Convenient dining, meeting space, fitness center and parking.

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Note: Apartments, condominiums and homes are eligible to operate as short-term rentals if they are located in areas zoned for such use and/or they have obtained the required authorization(s) from the State of Hawaii and/or the relevant County. It is recommended that before booking a property, you confirm with the owner or manager that the property is operating in compliance with all applicable laws.

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