Best Rooms: For a panoramic view of the Pacific ocean, book an Ocean Front room. Ocean View rooms also offer great views of the Pacific Ocean as well. Partial Ocean View rooms allow you to see the Pacific Ocean and Diamond Head from the balcony but not from inside of the unit.
Best Rooms: The Deluxe Ocean View rooms are recommended for guests looking for the best view. These are only available in the Kealohilani tower, but if you'd prefer to stay in the Paoakalini tower, the Diamond Head Ocean View rooms are a great option as well. Try to request a room on or above floor 12 for even better views.
Best Rooms: Every suite has a partial ocean view, an ocean view or an oceanfront view, which offers panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean and Waikiki Beach. The higher the floor, the better the view; however, rooms on higher floors are increasingly expensive.
Best Rooms: Guests with disabilities don't have to settle for a city view room. This hotel has accessible ocean view rooms available, which include modified bathrooms. For a view worth bragging about, book a Deluxe Ocean View Room or an Executive Ocean View Room. Deluxe rooms start on floor 8, while executive rooms are located on higher floors.
Best Rooms: Although the hotel is located near Waikiki Beach, the surrounding buildings block any potential views.
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.
3.5 star hotel
1.15 mi from Waikiki Aquarium
Best Rooms: One- and Two-Bedroom Ocean View Suites are located on floor 8 and up, and provide gorgeous views of the Pacific Ocean and Waikiki Beach -- some guests have even seen whales breach.