This is one of those beaches that one can't help but stumble upon sooner or later. It's in downtown Honolulu, but that ... More
Ala Moana Beach Park
This is one of those beaches that one can't help but stumble upon sooner or later. It's in downtown Honolulu, but that doesn't diminish its popularity with locals. Like the famous Kamaole Beaches in Kihei, this place is the site of constant Frisbee games, beach parties and extended family picnics. The waves are good for swimming or bodyboarding, and the Hawaiian sun is out most days of the year, attracting crowds of sunbathers.
The Ala Moana Beach is just a short distance from Waikiki, but much less crowded and more family oriented. The water is a bit murky, probably due to the artificial reef to keep the waves out. This is a small price to pay for the smooth water that is great for kids.
The Courtyard by Marriott Waikiki Beach is just steps from shopping, dining, and the beach. The Honolulu International Airport is
seven miles from the hotel. Local attractions include Honolulu Academy of Arts, Hawaii Opera Theater, and the Aloha Tower ...
The newly renovated Park Shore Waikiki offers affordable lodging in an unrivaled location. Located on the corner of Kalakaua Avenue
and Kapahulu Avenue, this hotel is across the street from Waikiki Beach, Honolulu Zoo and Kapiolani Park. Most of ...
Located on the Diamond Head end of Waikiki and just a three minute walk to Waikiki Beach, Hyatt Place Waikiki
Beach is a springboard to many activities and attractions for the visitor on the go. This hotel is also ...