Best Rooms: While this isn't an oceanfront property, there are rooms that provide an ocean view. Request a room on a higher floor to avoid any obstruction from surrounding buildings. Overall, the Waikiki Tower offers better views of the ocean, city and mountains than the Kona Tower.
Best Rooms: All rooms face the ocean, so for the very best views, you'll want to be on one of the Oceanfront Prime floors, which are 20 - 29. Rooms on these floors offer panoramic views of the Pacific and the harbor.
Best Rooms: The Partial Ocean View rooms offer the best views of the ocean and Diamond Head; these are the even-numbered rooms on floors 8 - 11 (e.g. 802, 910, 1018), or rooms facing the highway on floor 12.
Best Rooms: There are two great views that the hotel offers – the ocean view and mountain view. Simply ask for a Ocean View room on floors 7 – 18, if you want to have a view of the ocean. The Mountain View rooms are available on the same floors as well.
Best Rooms: To enjoy impressive views of the ocean and the surrounding area, be sure to request a room facing Kalakaua Ave. on floors 10 - 17.
3.5 star hotel
2.09 mi from Honolulu Academy of Arts
Best Rooms: Rooms ending in *01 in Tower 1, on floors 10 - 17 (e.g. 1001, 1601), are the only rooms that offer a small glimpse of the Pacific Ocean. All Tower 2 rooms offer city views, but they become significantly better from floors 10 and above.
Best Rooms: Guests looking for the best ocean views will want to book a Deluxe Ocean View Room, located on floors 19 - 23. Ocean View Prime Rooms provide nice views as well, but are located on floors 11 - 18.