As always, a great trip to Turtle Bay, a must visit if you are a golfer!
Gorgeous property with excellent service down to the smallest details. One of the best hotels we’ve stayed at.
Enjoyed my stay. One day this missed my room service but corrected it.
I loved the location and staff! Didn’t like that the toilet kept clogging, the bidet didn’t work and the room was falling apart (ripped wallpaper and drawers/closet smelled bad)
Paradise bay resort made us feel as if we were in paradise. The breakfast was amazing, staff were excellent and friendly. The last night we received a complementary room upgrade. I would definitely visit again.
Convenient location, but traffic noise and very close to a cell tower.
Near airport with shuttle for early departure, no food venues at location
Nice place..a bit old..wish it had a pool.... enough already!!!
Staff was very helpful. The room and Facilities were very clean. Convenient location. Very good View.
Time to go on a trip with your four-legged friend! Oahu has many dog-friendly parks, hiking trails, and beaches, so both you and your dog are sure to enjoy your trip to the fullest.
The most popular sights in Oahu are the touristic neighborhood of Waikiki and the many beaches on the island. Main activities include surfing and hiking. In Honolulu, you can visit several museums, theaters, and attractions like zoos. However, if you are travelling with your furry friend, you might want to rather go out with them by your side.
Some of the beaches in Oahu are not accessible for dogs. However, there are several beaches spread on the island that accommodate both you and your pet. In Waikiki, one dog-friendly beach is Royal-Moana Beach. On the North Shore, Kawela Bay Beach welcomes your canine friend. For a full list of dog-friendly beaches and an oversight of the rules that have to be followed, take a look on the Hawaiian Humane Society website.
Besides going to the beach, there are many more pet-friendly activities on the island. Hiking is very popular. Make sure to pick a beginners trail, so it is not too strenuous for your dog. Also, bring enough water and think twice about hiking on a hot day.
Dog-friendly hiking trails on Oahu are Old Pali Road, Aiea Loop Trail, and Waimano Ridge Trail. Oahu has several dog-friendly parks. Most are on-leash dog parks, but some off-leash dog parks include Ala Wai Dog Park in Waikiki, Bark Park in Diamond Head, and Mililani Dog Park in Mililani.