Jun 8 - Jun 9
Beautiful and close to beach two blocks they even had beach towels and chairs to use
We loved this hotel! Steps from the beach, amazing pool, the housekeeping service was incredible and the rooms were clean and modern.
Our family of 6 stayed in two adjoining rooms in the Tapa Tower for six nights on a last-second trip, which coincided with the State of Hawaii's response to COVID-19. As a result, there were certain activities we were unable to enjoy during our trip, such as eating in restaurants during the last ...
We love are time at Queen Kapiolani By the Zoo by Waikiki Beach how you can see Diamond Head
Jun 8 - Jun 9
Location was central and close to everything in Waikiki. Overall service and staff was good. The rooms are a bit dated but that's most of hotels in Honolulu. If you are ones to call it an early night, there is some noise you can hear from the street performers or live music up until around 10:30 ...
I loved this hotel! The staff was excellent and the hotel is absolutely gorgeous!
It has the most beautiful pools (Adult & Children) in the city, the staffs are super friendly and super helpful. I was there during the CoVid-19 pandemic, so we stayed in the hotels for 2 days, and my kids enjoyed the pools so much.
May 31 - Jun 1
The only issue I had was that I had to pay to park in their parking garage...other then that is was good
The hotel location is ideal for enjoying the sites in Honolulu. Many of the local activities are located within walking distance. Waikiki Beach is located just across the street.
Friendly Honolulu is located on the gorgeous island of Oahu in Hawaii. Its warm climate, colorful views and relaxed vibe make it a desirable destination for vacationers the world over. A fun city with welcoming inhabitants, it is renowned for its sunny climate, surf spots and important history. As your eyes take in the blue skies, white sands and lush greens, you’ll know you’ve arrived in a tropical paradise.
On the shores of Waikiki, the waves are usually mild with warm and inviting waters. Stands set up on the beach rent out surfboards to the experienced and the novice alike. Riding a wave into shore is a thrill unlike any other, and lessons are available to help you catch some barrel (that’s pro talk). Give it a try and you will know firsthand why some people build their entire lives around surfing.
With over an astounding 50,000 pieces of art work, the Honolulu Museum of Art .has a collection spanning the millennia, from ancient times to the present day. Local pieces and famed works of art create a visual history for visitors to feast their eyes on, from the likes of Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol and Claude Monet. Films and concerts take place in the theater, and outside the verdant gardens await explorers. Get creative at one of the classes, where you can create your own beautiful and distinctive art to take home.
An opportunity to pay your respects, the Pearl Harbor Memorial honors the generation that sacrificed everything over half a century ago. History buffs can explore Pearl Harbor and learn more about what happened that fateful December day in 1941. Tours are conducted regularly, and knowledgeable guides are available to answer any questions you may have.
Cascading waterfalls, exotic greenery, imposing mountains and interesting wildlife are abundant on the island of Oahu. From Honolulu, it's only a short trip by car or tour bus to a fantastic outdoor adventure. The views, it should go without saying, are extraordinary. The trails have varying levels of difficulty, so be sure to consult with a guide before picking one. Family-friendly trails are available for those with small children.
Downtown offers much more than simply a few choices in accommodations, with Honolulu hotels available for every taste and budget. The Marriot Resort and Spa Rooms is just one of the high-rises that compete for the best ocean views along the Waikiki beach skyline. Many of the resorts are a quick walk from the water, and those who stay here are often seen walking to and from the beach with picnic baskets in tow.
Because of its location near to the equator, Honolulu has a tropical climate with temperatures rarely exceeding 90 degrees Fahrenheit or dropping below 60. It rains an average of 70 days per year, and while more rain falls in the winter, the number of rainy days is essentially the same. This makes Honolulu a great place to visit at any time of year, and for many people, it serves as a reliable escape whenever a much -needed break is in order.