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Where to Stay in Honolulu?

Although Honolulu is the name of the destination on your ticket, for hotels your chances are increased by heading south east to Waikiki. Water-based pastimes activities are high profile here, from scuba diving to submarine rides 100 feet beneath the ocean’s surface. The island is also big on art but the intimacy of the setting means here that you get to meet the artist and hear about their methods before you buy. Head to the Honolulu Zoo Fence on Montserrat Avenue in Waikiki to see local talent showcase their work. Inspired by their skill, you can also join up for an art class at Waikiki Shore Hotel.

Waikiki’s nightlife is an attraction in its own right to Honolulu. Revellers go on pupu (light bites) crawls at the numerous bars and clubs that keep the crowds happy nightly along the shore. Hawaii is also home to the luau, of course, where tourists sit, cocktail and pupu in hand, and enjoy the swaying Polynesian moves, the dreamlike music and the enchanting voices of the local professionals.

Honolulu Accommodation Options

Honolulu and Waikiki offer just about every type of accommodation for tourists and business travellers, from all-suite five star luxury and intimate boutique hotels with their own private beaches to cheap hotels offering a no-frills service and hostels catering to backpackers. In Honolulu there is less choice and the options tend to be more upscale. The Al Moana Hotel is between Honolulu and Waikiki and is steps away from a 77-acre beach park while all-suite Aston at the Executive Hotel rooms have their own kitchens and a separate living and sleeping area.

There’s also the option to hire a condominium or a cottage both in Honolulu and Waikiki, which offers greater flexibility and saves on eating out. In Waikiki there’s a much wider choice, with small boutique hotels getting more popular as an alternative to the classic tourist four-stars.

Honolulu Hotel Recommendations?

The Aston Waikiki Circle Hotel opposite Waikiki Beach is perfect for those who want to be in the heart of surfer’s paradise, plus close to the shops, restaurants and bars of the main strip. You’ll also get you own private lanai (terrace) to watch the world go by. Another popular choice is the Aqua Palms and Spa, right by Waikiki Beach and ideal for Mai Tai sipping on the terrace as the sun sets. The Hilton Hawaiian Village is a whopping beachfront resort stretching over 22 acres with 20 restaurants to choose from and every imaginable activity laid-on in an idyllic setting.

Transport in Honolulu

There is an airport-to-downtown-and-Waikiki shuttle bus service to transport you to your hotel or you can grab a cab. The journey will take about ten minutes to downtown or 20 minutes to Waikiki. Once you’re there, the island has an amazingly efficient transit system called TheBus which allows you to explore the island easily and without having to rent a car. Alternatively, pick up a rental car at the airport.
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