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Where to stay near Waikiki

Exploring Waikiki

Located on the southern coast of Honolulu, Waikiki offers the majority of visitor resorts and hotels, with many being either on or just a couple of blocks from palm-fringed beaches. Take a stroll down the main strip, Kalakaua Avenue in search of shopping, eating and nightlife or delve into the underground bars of Chinatown in downtown Honolulu.

Accommodation near Waikiki

Oahu Island hotels are often situated close to the beach, with plenty of facilities to ensure you can enjoy the perfect relaxing vacation. You’ll find features such as outdoor pools, restaurants with terraces, barbecue grills, function spaces, complimentary WiFi, and fitness centers. Those with families will also enjoy extras such as kid’s clubs, babysitting, and separate children’s pools. Recommended accommodation include the Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort, Park Shore Waikiki an Aqua Hotel and OHANA Waikiki East.

Sightseeing near Waikiki

Waikiki Beach Walk in the south of the island is an upmarket development full of boutique stores, laidback restaurants, beachfront bars, and luxury hotels, all set along palm-tree lined streets. There are also plenty of shopping opportunities at Ala Moana Center, an open-topped shopping mall set over two floors with plenty of international brands, department stores, and relaxing beauty salons.

Transportation near Waikiki

Honolulu International Airport (HNL) is just a few miles north of the city of Honolulu, and only 10 miles from the popular resort of Waikiki. There are plenty of taxis and private shuttles available from the airport, and these can be booked in advance so you don’t need to wait around. There are also several car rental desks in the terminal. To move around the island you can rent a car, or make use of the efficient bus system called TheBus.

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