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Welcome to Waikiki, where the weather is warm, the ocean vast, and the palm trees welcome you to a perfect island day. Make Waikiki Resort Hotel your official home base in Honolulu, ideally situated just a 1-minute walk from world-famous Waikiki Beach and a host of local attractions. Contact us with any questions about our hotel or facilities, and a member of our team will respond to you shortly.
Directions to Waikiki Resort Hotel
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A great way to start your day, with the sunrise views unparalleled to anything else!
If you don't make it to the North Shore of Oahu, you will have missed a good chunk of all Oahu attractions.
Give yourself a full day to watch many of the entertaining shows, paddle in an ancient style canoe, participate in educating activities, and celebrate with a grand luau!
With over 300 different species of fish and marine life, it is no surprise that it is loved by so many locals and visitors a like.
With 1.8 million visitors each year, it's no wonder that Pearl Harbor is one of Oahu's main attractions.
For the longest time, Liliha Bakery's chantilly cake, a chocolate cake with a rich buttercream frosting, was its best seller.
If you've never visited Oahu's North Shore before, a local will agree that it is mandatory for first-timers to get their hands dirty peeling and eating garlic shrimp.
In the heart of Kalihi lies one of the state's oldest Hawaiian food eateries, Helena's Hawaiian Food.
Shaved ice is Hawaii’s iconic dessert. It’s the perfect way to cool down and beat the summer heat.
There are many iconic places to eat on Oahu, and Rainbow Drive-In is one of them.
Perched at the ocean’s edge overlooking famed Waikiki Beach, Hula Grill Waikiki presents diners with spectacular views of the beach and ocean.
One of the restaurants that you must visit is Chef Chai at Pacifica Tower. From its innovative cuisine and known for fusing fresh Hawaiian ingredients with exotic flavors of Hawaii.
Visiting celebrities, from President Obama to Ben Affleck, all stop by for at least one meal at the Pig and the Lady.
Waikele Premium Outlet only outlet shopping center in Hawaii. If you’re not familiar with outlets, it offers the best deals on brands!
The largest mall on the island and is also an open-air shopping center. Being that it’s located in Honolulu.
Aloha Stadium Swap Meet is Hawaii’s most prominent mall open-air flea market with over 400 vendors! It’s open three days a week (Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday).
Nestled just beyond Honolulu’s busy financial district, Chinatown is bursting at the seams with reinvigorated storefronts, shops, galleries and various ethnic markets.
Haleiwa Town is located on the North Shore. It’s a small town with a lot of boutique shops, food, and galleries.
Kailua Town is a nice little town with a few local boutiques and eateries. Best way to get around this town is by renting a bike and exploring around.
Oahu's best beach is Lanikai Beach because it delivers all the elements necessary for the perfect beach experience.
Although it may be the epicenter of Hawaii tourism and tourists, the entire Waikiki Beach still manages to deliver that ultimate Hawaiian beach experience.
Only 30 minutes from downtown Honolulu, this protected aquatic state park has very strict rules, ensuring its preservation and enjoyment for future generations.
Also known as Kawela Bay, this is a protected bay, with wide white beaches, way up at the northeastern tip of Oahu.
This is a famous surfing spot, but the beach here is always a great place to visit, even for non-surfers, and there's always something to see.
This is a vast, four-mile-long beach on the Windward or east coast of the island.
Also on Oahu's Leeward Coast, the Ko Olina Resort and Marina has well-designed, man-made lagoons and clean, wonderfully maintained beaches that are well-guarded and safe for families.
Another Leeward Coast beach, in fact the last beach in that part of the coast, is Yokohama Bay.
Kailua Beach Park is only a mile up the road from Lanikai Beach and is constantly ranked as one of America's best beaches.
This famous two-mile-long surfing beach is on the North Shore and also has dramatically different conditions depending on the season.
This wide, large beach is famous for surfing and President Obama, as it's near the house he stays in on his Oahu visits.
This North Shore beach is known for one thing, it's the home of the infamous Banzai Pipeline.