Standing tall above the Waikiki skyline is the Hyatt Regency Waikiki. With 1,230 guestrooms split between two 40-story towers, the hotel is one of the tallest in town. Stunning views of the entire south shore and surfers of Waikiki Beach can be seen from the hotel's upper balconies.Learn more about Hyatt Regency Waikiki
Built in 1971 the Sheraton Waikiki Hotel has been a towering figure of the Waikiki Beach skyline for over 40 years. With a recent renovation to rooms, pool areas, and lobby, the hotel has been able to successfully blend charming Hawaiian hospitality and the glitz of Las Vegas.Learn more about Sheraton Waikiki Hotel
A tropical oasis rests on the edge of Waikiki Beach inside the Fort DeRussy Armed Forces Recreation Center. The Hale Koa Hotel is designated for active duty, reserves, DOD employees and their families. The name Hale Koa means 'House of the Warrior' in Hawaiian, and the name could not be any more fitting.Learn more about Hale Koa Hotel
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on the Big Island of Hawaii is home to Mount Kilauea, Hawaii's active volcano.