10Best Honolulu, HI Hotels
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Waikiki Parc Hotel is Honolulu's answer to the modern boutique hotel for travelers looking for a contemporary haven from the busy streets nearby. Located just steps away from the city's hottest shopping, restaurants and nightlife, the Parc is one of Honolulu's best hotels. Read more »All New & Notable Honolulu Hotels »
For a cozy and homey alternative to large resorts and hotels, Diamond Head Bed & Breakfast offers three beautiful suites within view of majestic Diamond Head crater. Located in the heart of Honolulu, the home is within walking distance to some of Waikiki's best beaches and attractions. A family-style breakfast is offered daily, and each room has its own private bath and views of Honolulu. Read more »All New & Notable Honolulu Hotels »
With winter temperatures chilling the nation, it's time to warm up with a bowl of soup. Read more at USA TODAY »
About Honolulu, HI Hotels
Honolulu is home to the largest and most elaborate hotels in the islands, but visitors can also find quaint B&Bs and vacation rentals. With the majority of resorts centrally located in Waikiki guests will be within walking distance from the city's best attractions, restaurants and shopping. Yet the rest of the island holds beautiful resorts in its country side, such as Turtle Bay Resort on the North Shore, and Aulani Disney Resort on the west side.
Also in Honolulu are budget hotels for travelers who are simply looking for a bed at night, and who will be out exploring the island all day, eliminating the need for luxurious on site activities.
For private accommodations that feel like home, there's an abundance of vacation rentals and bed and breakfasts all over the island. Privately owned and offering the comforts of a home, such has multiple bedrooms, full kitchens and outdoor barbecues in the yard, vacation rentals are a nice alternative to busy resorts.
- Honolulu Expert Jade Eckardt