Nearby Waikiki Attractions

Walk to Your Favorite Attractions

From swimming at Waikiki Beach to shopping and dining on Kalakaua Avenue and the International Marketplace, there are several Waikiki attractions within walking distance of the hotel. Located in the heart of the city, our hotel grants you access to the best Waikiki sightseeing. Refer to our list of nearby attractions.

Kalakaua Avenue

Kalakaua Avenue is the main road through Waikiki, Hawaii. It runs parallel to Waikiki Beach and features many shops, restaurants and bars. Shops range from beachwear and surf shops to upscale boutiques such as Gucci, Hermes and Tiffany & Co. One of the best Waikiki things to do, strolling on Kalakaua Avenue is just steps from the hotel.

Waikiki Beach

The most famous beach on Oahu, Waikiki Beach offers endless beach entertainment for visitors and locals alike. Here you will find a great mix of local bathing beauties, Japanese surfers and bronze visitors. The surf breaks are far from shore so there’s plenty of gentle water for swimming. The options for pre- and post-beach drinks, dining and shopping are also numerous.

Diamond Head

4200 Diamond Head Road
Honolulu, HI 96816
(808) 587-0285

Located on the Southeast coast of Oahu at the end of Waikiki overlooking the Pacific Ocean is the most famous volcanic crater in the world – Diamond Head. Diamond Head is a crater that has been extinct for 15,000 years. Visitors can hike Diamond Head trail, enjoy stunning coastal views, learn about the volcanic crater and discover the military history.  For the best Waikiki sightseeing, visit Diamond Head.

Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center

2201 Kalakaua Avenue
Honolulu, HI, 96815
(808) 922-2299

Located in the heart of Waikiki, the Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center offers great shopping, dining and entertainment. Enjoy complimentary music, hula and culture classes in The Royal Grove, delicious restaurant options, including steak, sushi and beyond, and three gorgeous blocks of shops including jewelry stores, designer duds, contemporary fashions, shoe stores and beyond.

Kapiolani Park

2805 Monsarrat Ave
Honolulu, Hawaii 96815

Named after the beloved Queen of Hawaii, Kapiolani is a breathtaking park located at the foot of Diamond Crater. It is Honolulu’s oldest public park and contains a series of Waikiki attractions, including the Waikiki Zoo, Waikiki Aquarium and weekend ethnic festivals and craft fairs. This is one of the best Waikiki things to do during your visit.