Ilikai Hotel

Resting on the edge of Waikiki near the Hilton Hawaiian Village and the Grand Waikikian Hotel, the Ilikai Hotel is one of the most established hotels in the area.


Hyatt Regency Waikiki

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.


Trump Hotel Waikiki

Just off the Waikiki Beach Walk is the Trump Hotel Waikiki. Taking a new approach to the traditional hotel concept, this modern and luxurious building is actually home to condominiums and hotel rooms.


Ala Moana Hotel

Located in the heart of Honolulu and on the edge of Waikiki Beach, the Ala Moana Hotel has been a centerpiece for Hawaii tourism since first opening.


Aqua Waikiki Wave

The Aqua Waikiki Wave is located on Kuhio Ave near the International Marketplace, right in the center of Waikiki, giving you easy access to all the excitement of Waikiki Beach.


Sheraton Waikiki Hotel

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.


Halekulani Hotel

As one of the first hotels in Waikiki, the Halekulani Hotel, meaning ‘House Befitting Heaven’ has been at the forefront of Hawaiian luxury. Nestled on the sands of Waikiki Beach, the Halekulani offers an experience like no other in Hawaii.


Hilton Hawaiian Village

The Hilton Hawaiian Village is the largest hotel in Waikiki and one of the most magnificent. Featuring botanical gardens and wildlife habitats, the Hilton Hawaiian Village is unlike any other hotel in Waikiki.


Moana Surfrider Hotel

Standing in the heart of Waikiki Beach is the Moana Surfrider Hotel. As the first Waikiki Beach hotel, the Moana Surfrider is known as ‘The First Lady of Waikiki’ and has always been the standard of Hawaiian luxury.


Royal Hawaiian Hotel

Since opening in 1927, the Royal Hawaiian Hotel has been on the forefront of Hawaiian luxury, is known as ‘The Pink Palace of the Pacific’ and is one of the most recognizable hotels in Waikiki.