Honolulu hotels take the cake when it comes to warm island hospitality. Stay at a luxury resort on Waikiki Beach or in a high-rise hotel in downtown Honolulu. In addition to spectacular beaches, the capital of the Hawaiian Islands boasts popular attractions like the Pearl Harbor Arizona Memorial and the Diamond Head State Monument. So hurry up and book your trip to Honolulu. Before long, you’ll be waking up in paradise.
Best Rooms: Oceanfront rooms have the most sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean, but the staff recommends the Ocean View rooms because they face the west side of Oahu, which allows you to see the ocean and Fort Derussy Park. Park View rooms have views of Fort Derussy Park and the U.S. Army Museum.
Best Rooms: You'll find a view of the ocean from rooms on higher floors. Whereas, rooms facing southeast offer a view of the pool.
Best Rooms: Ocean View Suites have the best views and are generally located on floors 29 - 37.
Best Rooms: Ohana Waikiki Malia offers beautiful City View Rooms and these are available in 1 King, 2 Twin Beds and 2 Double Bed categories.
Best Rooms: You'll find the best city views from rooms facing Lewers St. in either tower, on floors 6 and above. Most of these rooms have 2 double beds.
Best Rooms: As serene as Oahu can be, Waikiki is often noisy. Request a room on the top floor (12) to get as far up from the street noise as possible.
Best Rooms: Ocean and Deluxe Ocean View Rooms will obviously have the best views in the hotel, which are of Waikiki Beach and the Pacific Ocean. The budget-conscious traveler may want to consider booking a Partial Ocean View Room, which still offers some views of Waikiki Beach and the Pacific Ocean.