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.
3 star hotel
1.75 mi from Neal S. Blaisdell Center
Best Rooms: Rooms of the hotel facing west have views of the mountains and the canal. Rooms facing the east have partial views of the ocean and the mountains. The rooms also have excellent views of the sunrise and sunset.
Best Rooms: Mountain view rooms have the best views in the hotel but tend to be noisier because traffic passes on this side of the hotel.
Best Rooms: The hotel is located about two blocks away from the ocean, so you're not going to get the best views of water. However, the west side of the hotel offers great views of Waikiki, particularly at night, and the east side of the hotel offers views of Diamond Head.