Resorts and Hotels
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Resort Areas on OahuThe famous Waikiki neighborhood is where you’ll find the majority of the island’s accommodations, as well as the most variety, including high-rise hotels with priceless views, family-friendly resorts with lots of activities and hip boutique hotels that offer a more intimate ambiance. Beyond Waikiki, there is one 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). With an unforgettable tropical setting and so many activities and attractions near each resort area, Oahu’s resorts make your dream getaway a reality.
Getting ThereWaikiki accommodations are located approximately nine miles, or 30 minutes east, of Honolulu International Airport, with the Kahala area about 10 more minutes east beyond Leahi (Diamond Head). Ko Olina accommodations are located approximately 22 miles, or 35 minutes west, of the airport. North Shore accommodations are located approximately 37 miles, or 55 minutes north, of the airport.
OHANA Waikiki Malia features renovated Malia Tower guest rooms, lobby and common areas, offering fresh surroundings in the heart of Waikiki. Hotel includes an IHOP restaurant and is conveniently located near shopping and dining on Kalakaua Avenue.
The Imperial Hawaii Resort is ideally situated in the heart of Waikiki just 100 yards away from the world renowned Waikiki Beach. The resort features 242 rooms comprised of studios, and 1 & 2 bedroom units. Hawaiian themed furnished rooms come with a mini or full kitchen. Excellent accommodations for leisure, business, or convention travelers. Close proximity to the Hawaii Convention Center, Waikiki Beach Walk, and Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center makes this property the jewel of Waikiki. E komo mai! Come and visit The Imperial Hawaii Resort.
Discover the chic side of Waikiki at Alohilani Resort Waikiki Beach. From contemporary guest rooms & suites to Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto's world-renowned cuisine to a lively day-into-night pool scene, Alohilani blends Hawaii’s cultural heritage with an elegant style that’s uniquely…Aloha Chic.
The Moana Surfrider, A Westin Resort & Spa, often referred to as the "First Lady of Waikiki," is a legendary landmark introducing the world to Hawaiian hospitality in 1901. Step back into yesteryear with all the contemporary amenities and unique services to make your Hawaii vacation memorable.
Embassy Suites by Hilton™ – Waikiki Beach Walk® is the all-suite resort in Waikiki. Hotel features one-and two-bedroom suites and complimentary amenities including daily made-to-order breakfast, evening reception with cocktails and snacks, high-speed Internet access and phone calls.
The 81-room Coconut Waikiki Hotel offers guests a colorful, contemporary twist on classic Waikiki style with an art deco-inspired design. Located just three blocks from the world famous Waikiki Beach, the hotel provides easy access to Waikiki's array of shops, restaurants and nightlife.
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.
Just about everything on Waikiki Beach has been discovered, except maybe Shoreline Waikiki Hotel. In the heart of Waikiki, and only seconds from Waikiki Beach, this peaceful hotel is your hidden sanctuary in Honolulu’s premier shopping and dining district.
Designed to accommodate business travelers, this all-suite hotel is ideally located in the center of Honolulu's business district, just 10 minutes from Honolulu Int'l Airport. Featuring full kitchens, whirlpool baths, and separate living/bedroom areas. On-site amenities include a pool and jet spa.
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.