Waikiki Hotels

There are so many hotels to choose from in Waikiki, but here are a few of the ones we've seen our couples enjoy!

Hilton Hawaiian Village

Hilton Hawaiian Village has so much to offer you won't need to travel very far from the hotel to have fun. You can start your morning off by doing some Sculpt Yoga or Tai Chi, spend your afternoon chilling along side of any of the SIX pools they have and end your night watching the firework show that goes off every Friday night. Hilton Hawaiian Village has so much activities entertainment and eateries to offer guest you'll have something new to try everyday.


Moana Surfrider Hotel

Moana Surfrider or “The First Lady” was built long ago in 1901 when Hawaii was still ran by Kings and Queens. Like it’s name, it was the first hotel ever built in Waikiki; giving it so much history and character. Staying in this hotel will definitely give you the sense of what royalty felt like back then while still having a modern touch. The Moana Surfrider is located in the heart of Waikiki Beach across from the well known International Market Place, leaving the shopping and excitement in your front yard. Within the hotel there are 5 different restaurants to choose from; for a quick breakfast to go from ‘Surfrider Cafe’, maybe a lunch and afternoon tea at ‘Veranda At The Beach House’, or a fancy dinner at Beach House At The Moana. The Moana will leave you feeling pampered more than ever.


The Modern Honolulu

            The Modern Honolulu is a small but cute boutique hotel newly built near the gateway into Waikiki. Their style is described as Cosmopolitan chic for leisure and business travelers. Their style goal was to have guest stepping into the lobby and thinking to themselves “this isn’t Waikiki”. Their design is what sets them apart from most hotels in Waikiki with hip and young furnishing, architect and custom designs with lots of pops of color. The Modern Honolulu has two restaurants, spa, nightclub, elevated pool and just steps from the beach. After staying here you’ll feel younger than when you arrived.

Richel Cole