Oahu

Overview

From the glamorous shops of Waikiki to the surf towns of the North Shore, Oahu is a jewel box of unique experiences.

It has the perfect blend of city and island experience and world–famous Waikiki Beach. Home to most of Hawaii’s population, Oahu is a vibrant mix of natural and cultural wonders with modern arts and current day entertainment and amenities. Rustic towns, renowned surfing beaches, cultural treasures and quaint shops populate the Island’s north side.

Follow the ribbon of highway through Oahu’s plantation heritage and into historic Pearl Harbor. Join other world travellers on the bustling streets of cosmopolitan Honolulu. Then back in Waikiki, visit Duke’s Canoe Club or Rumfire for live music and great drinks. Head to the Royal Hawaiian Centre for inventive sushi or check out the shopping at the Waikiki Beach Walk. Then hit the busy bars and clubs along Kalakaua and Kuhio Avenue.

Waikiki is known for its world–class hotels, vibrant nightlife, great shopping and dining. There’s plenty of live Hawaiian entertainment, Hawaii’s regional cuisine, oceanfront dining, surfing lessons, aloha wear, luau and of course the famous sands of Waikiki Beach.

from £149 per night

Honolulu, Hawaii
  • 80 rooms
  • Continental breakfast
  • Pool
  • BBQ grills

from £354 per night

Waikiki Beach, Hawaii
  • 794 rooms and suites
  • 4 restaurants
  • Spa
  • Pool
  • Onsite daily cultural activities
  • Watersports

from £365 per night

Kahuku, Hawaii
  • 452 rooms, suites and cottages
  • 6 Restaurants
  • Pools and hot tubs
  • Spa
  • Fitness Centre
  • Golf course
  • Kids Club

from £235 per night

Waikiki Beach, Hawaii
  • 524 rooms & suites
  • 3 restaurants
  • Pool
  • Live music entertainment

from £274 per night

Honolulu, Hawaii
  • 353 rooms
  • 2 pools (1 for adults only)
  • Spa
  • 4 Diamond rating

from £259 per night

Waikiki Beach, Hawaii
  • 635 rooms & suites
  • Restaurants
  • Pool