The oceanfront hotel sits on Oahu’s legendary Waikiki Beach, the island’s top swimming and surfing spot.
A three-story, 280,000-gallon aquarium located inside the hotel supports a marine reef and more than 400 fish. For the best viewing experience, stop by during one of the scheduled feeding times.
At the hotel’s Oceanarium Restaurant, guests can sample fresh seafood, such as steamed crab legs and fresh poke salmon. You can get a complimentary continental breakfast at the Aloha Center Café in the mornings.
Spacious guest rooms feature flat-screen TVs and private balconies with stunning ocean views.
Just outside the hotel’s front door, Kalakaua Avenue is lined with luxury boutiques, art galleries, and award-winning restaurants.
You can lounge by the outdoor pool, play a game of tennis and the onsite courts, or indulge in a hydrotherapeutic treatment at the full-service spa.
Honolulu's Waikiki: White-Sand Beaches and Luxury Entertainment on the Pacific Ocean
Once a private playground for Hawaii’s ruling class, the neighborhood of Waikiki now welcomes visitors from all over the world to its dazzling shores on the southern edge of Honolulu. Though many come for the surfing and sunbathing, along the main strip of Kalakaua Avenue, there’s world-class dining, nightlife, and shopping. One section of the strip is nicknamed Luxury Row for its collection of upscale boutiques.
Traveling southbound on Kalakaua leads you to the expansive Honolulu Zoo, a habitat for exotic and endangered species. Sumatran tigers make their home in a private cat lair, potbellied pigs galumph in the children’s zoo, and white-handed gibbons practice trust falls on a ropes course. Head a little farther south for outdoor music at the Neal S. Blaisdell Center and the Waikiki Shell. Throughout the year, no matter the season, the shell-shaped amphitheater sends ripples of music across nearly 2,000 stadium chairs and another 6,000 lawn seats.
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Partial Ocean-View Room, Ocean-View Room, or Oceanfront Room
One king bed or two double beds
Standard occupancy: 2
Maximum occupancy: 3 in one king bed room, 4 in two double bed rooms
Adding occupants above standard: no charge for extra guests 17 or younger; $50 per night for each additional guest 18 or older
Check in: 3 p.m.
Check out: 11 a.m.
Resort fee includes: Wireless Internet access, local and tollfree telephone calls, use of beach towels, use of in-room safe, bottled water, and discount gym pass. Resort fee is $15 per night for Groupon guests and is due at check-in.
Parking: lot parking available for an additional $25 per day; valet available for an additional $33 per day.
Rollaways: available for an additional $50 per night; call hotel to request
Smoking policy: call the hotel to request a smoking room.
Pet policy: pets are not allowed inside the property.
Accessibility: call the hotel with accessibility requests.
Room upgrades: call the hotel with upgrade requests.
By plane: 9 miles from Honolulu International Airport (HNL)
By transit: TheBus bus #19, Kuhio Ave. and Liliuokalani Ave. stop