Located in Honolulu (Waikiki), Outrigger Regency on Beach Walk is minutes from Royal Hawaiian Center and Fort DeRussy. This hotel is close to University of Hawaii at Manoa and Diamond Head.
Make yourself at home in one of the air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and microwaves. Rooms have private balconies. Cable television is provided for your entertainment. Conveniences include complimentary newspapers and coffee/tea makers, and you can also request irons/ironing boards.
Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of Outrigger Regency on Beach Walk.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include business services, a 24-hour front desk, and laundry facilities. Parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
When Gilbert Sakaguchi opened the original Magoo's Pizza on the Waikiki strip back in 1970, he had high hopes. But in no way could he have predicted the kind of success the tiny pizzeria would have, eventually fielding more than 400 orders a day. Recently, Sakaguchi and his son Marshall have taken their much-loved pizza to the streets via the Magoo's food truck. Equipped with a giant oven, the vehicle roams the roads as chefs prepare fresh pies and sandwiches baked to a golden crisp.
The resourceful chefs at Divino adorn their piping panoply of pastas, pizzas, and sandwiches with a nourishing fleet of fresh ingredients and homemade sauces. Fix forks into a succulent order of shrimp scampi ($17 for small, $27 for large), or slurp down savory spaghetti noodles accompanied by a one-pound meatball heavy enough to anchor levitating dinner tables ($15 for small, $24 for large). Lasagna made from scratch sets the stage for an epic epicurean showdown, pitting a dozen diverse meats and cheeses against a swooping squadron of fresh-baked bread bombers ($18 for small, $30 for large). Stromboli and calzones ensconce flavorsome bursts of fresh meat in a golden crust ($16), and the hand-tossed Beach Boy pizza bedecks its doughy shores with an eye-fetching array of crumbled meatballs, tomatoes, and garlic ($14). Guests can sip on suds and spirits brought from home as they enjoy a nightly lineup of live entertainment and marinara-filled super-soaker fights.
Sarento's Top of the Ilikai serves fine Italian food amid a breathtaking view of Diamond Head, Waikiki Beach, and the Honolulu skyline. Winner of the Hawaii Hell's Kitchen challenge, chef Maka Kwon employs his top cooking chops to craft a menu that can begin with manila clams basking in white wine-parmigiano broth ($12) and tastefully transition into osso buco with saffron risotto and gremolata ($34). Upscale pastas include tagliatelle ai funghi, featuring mushrooms roving through thickets of hand-cut pasta ($24), and sweet tiger shrimp scampi ($29).
Rock Island is a place where everyone can feel at home, whether you love coffee or you detest coffee. (We make lot's of other drinks, too!) Our mission is to build community through art, music, and other shared experiences. Many people, both young and old, consider us their home away from home. Smiles are always free!
Ilikai Bar & Grill's executive chef, Mitchell Uyeno, has assembled a menu of upscale American favorites imbued with Asian and Hawaiian tastes. Grab a hold of the fluctuating flavors in steamed Asian mahimahi ($16), caught fresh from Ilikai’s freshwater backyard pond, or Cajun jerk chicken ($14), which is served with mango papaya salsa. An 8 or 12 oz. USDA choice cut filet mignon ($33-$39) top out the grill menu, which also includes a rack of lamb ($43) and a game hen with guava glaze and fruit salsa ($26). Colossal prawns with a rich cream sauce on a bed of linguini ($28) continually defeat catch of the day fish in the battle for seafood menu dominance. On Fridays, stop by for the Hula show and fireworks, starting at 5:30 p.m.