Honolulu, the capital of Hawaii, offers all the diverse cultural and outdoor attractions expected of a big city. But nothing beats the lure of open water. If you’re traveling to Honolulu with dreams of surfing, water sports and lounging on white sands, then check out the following hotels. All four of these hotels in Honolulu offer the best in beach amenities, paired with impressive views and impeccable service.
Outrigger Waikiki Beach Resort
Everything comes back to the beach at Outrigger Waikiki Beach Resort with beachfront pools and dining. Situated directly on Waikiki Beach, the resort is surrounded by amazing ocean views. Along with traditional beach sports, you can enjoy a 24-hour fitness center, Hawaiian cultural classes and a spa.
The Kahala Hotel & Resort
An oceanfront resort with its very own dolphins, The Kahala Hotel & Resort is a haven for beach lovers looking for a luxe Hawaiian retreat. Bikes, beach towels and beach furniture are available for you to use during your stay, and it’s hard not to be mesmerized by the views, five restaurants, spa and private lagoon.
The Modern Honolulu
Situated on the Ala Wai Harbor, The Modern Honolulu pairs upscale modern chic with a bounty of beach options. It’s only a short walk from the hotel down the Holomoana Walkway to experience Duke’s Lagoon, Duke Kahanamoku Beach or Waikiki Beach. That’s right, you have three nearby different water experiences to choose from, in addition to the hotel’s Sunrise and Sunset Pools.
Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort & Spa
Stroll from your luxuriously appointed room to Waikiki Beach and dive directly into the Pacific Ocean when you stay at Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort & Spa. Snorkeling, surfing and scuba diving are all available on the beach. Opt for an ocean view room with a balcony to enjoy the scenery even after you’re done swimming and surfing for the day.
If it’s all about the beach for you, then there’s no shortage of hotels for you to stay at when you visit Honolulu. From the views and water sports to the amenities and beachfront pools, they know you’re here for the surf and sand. All they’re trying to do is cater to your Hawaiian beach dream.
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