Hotels in Honolulu Hawaii

Aloha! If you’re looking for hotels in Honolulu Hawaii then you’ve come to the right place. Hotels in Honolulu Hawaii, though to be honest not the cheapest you’ll find, offer unparalleled oceanic views and experiences. We’ve geared our search toward the most luxurious of Honolulu’s accommodations, and found some pretty outstanding options when it comes to penthouses and luxury, spacious suites. Traveling in a group can be a great way to visit Hawaii. Before we get you there, let’s take a look at some background information on the city.

Honolulu, the capital and largest city in Hawaii, has a population of around 350,000 people. Located on the island of Oʻahu, Honolulu is the remotest city of its size in the world, and means “sheltered harbor” or “calm port” in Hawaiian. Known for the attack on Pearl Harbor, the city has been capital of the Hawaiian Islands since 1845. One of the most livable cities in the world, it is also one of the safest, ranking as the second safest city in the United States. Its climate is considered Tropical semi-arid, with a dry summer season and consistent, high temperatures between 80-90 degrees Fahrenheit, and low temperatures between 65-75 degrees. Major points of interest include Downtown, Pearl Harbor, Diamond Head, Waikīkī Beach, First Hawaiian Center, Bishop Museum, Honolulu Zoo, Waikīkī Aquarium, University of Hawaii’i, Hawaiʻi Theatre, Neal Blaisdell Center, Waikīkī Shell, Diamond Head Theatre, Honolulu Museum of Art, USS Arizona Memorial and Aloha Stadium, to name a few. Now that we have some background information, it’s time to get you to hotels in Honolulu Hawaii that are sure to amaze.

 

 

 

Trump International Hotel Waikiki

223 Saratoga Road

Hotels in Honolulu Hawaii

What’s around?

Trump International Hotel Waikiki features a full-service spa, an outdoor pool facility with dining service, free WiFi, bright, elegant rooms, 55-inch flat-screen TVs, kitchens, Italian marble baths, bathrobes, slippers, washing machines, tumble dryers, 43-inch flat-screen TVs in the bedrooms, a gourmet restaurant, a lounge, a 24-hour fitness center and a library. Nearby you may find Kamitoku Ramen, Punchbowl Coffee, Poke Bar (Hawaiian restaurant), Ukulele Store (musical instrument store), LIK Fine Art Waikiki (art gallery), Mahina (boutique), Yard House (New American restaurant), Ruth’s Chris Steak House, Big Wave Dave Surf & Coffee (surf school), Roy’s Waikiki (Hawaiian restaurant), Beachwalk Cafe, Steak Shack, Holokai Catamaran (boat tour agency), House Without a Key (Hawaiian restaurant), Orchids (Mediterranean restaurant), La Mer (French restaurant), Lewers Lounge (cocktail bar), TY GURNEY SURF SCHOOL, Ocean Suite Waikiki (wedding venue), Tropical StyleHouse (hair salon), ABC Store (convenience store), Blue Ginger (clothing store), Honolulu Cookie Company, Café Glacé Hawaii (ice cream shop), Waikiki Beach Walk (shopping mall), Breakout Waikiki – Escape Rooms, Taormina Sicilian Cuisine, Hermès, Tiffany & Co., Quiksilver and more.

This location is 0.1 miles from Royal Hawaiian Theater Legends in Concert Waikiki, 0.2 miles from Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center, Fort DeRussy, Hale Koa Luau and Royal Hawaiian Center, 0.3 miles from US Army Museum of Hawaii, 0.4 miles from International Marketplace, Waikiki Beach and Atlantis Submarine, 0.5 miles Kuhio Beach Torch Lighting & Hula Ceremony, 0.7 miles from Saint Augustine by-the-Sea, 1.3 miles from Kaimana Beach, 2.1 miles from Diamond Head -Leahi, 6.7 miles from Nuuanu Valley Rain Forest and 6.8 miles from Honolulu Airport.

Approximate cost per night (premium three-bedroom ocean front): $1,815

Cost per person (eight people): $227


 

 

Aston Waikiki Beach Tower

2470 Kalakaua Avenue

Hotels in Honolulu Hawaii

What’s happening?

Aston Waikiki Beach Tower offers fully-equipped kitchens, an outdoor pool with a separate children’s’ pool and modern recreation deck, daily maid service, coffee machines, washing machines, tumble dryers, balconies, safety deposit boxes, air conditioning, hairdryers and a fitness center. You’ll find Kūhiō Beach Hula Mound (tourist attraction), Morimoto Asia (Asian restaurant), Kai Coffee (cafe), Island Club and Spa Waikiki, Kolohe Ocean Gems (jewelry store), Duke Paoa Kahanamoku Statue (tourist attraction), Furusato Sushi, San Lorenzo Bikinis (swimwear store), Local Motion (surf shop), Honolulu Cookie Company, Veranda at the Beachhouse (seafood restaurant), Beachhouse at the Moana (steak house), Duke’s Waikiki (seafood restaurant), Azure (seafood restaurant), Mai Tai Bar (bar) and more in the area.

From here Saint Augustine by-the-Sea is 0.1 miles, Kuhio Beach Torch Lighting & Hula Ceremony and Waikiki Beach are 0.2 miles, Waikīkī Shell and International Marketplace are 0.3 miles, Royal Hawaiian Center and Ala Wai golf course are 0.4 miles, Royal Hawaiian Theater Legends in Concert Waikiki is 0.5 miles, Waikiki Aquarium is 0.6 miles, Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center is 0.7 miles, Honolulu Museum of Art is 2.5 miles, Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor is 10 miles and Honolulu Airport is 7.4 miles.

Approximate cost per night (two-bedroom premium oceanfront): $829

Cost per person (six people): $138

 

 

 

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Prince Waikiki

100 Holomoana Street

Hotels in Honolulu Hawaii

Ala Moana Beach

Offering delicious on-site dining options, modern amenities, a full-service spa, free shuttles to Waikiki Beach and other nearby attractions, an on-site activities desk and a fitness center, Prince Waikiki is situated close to 100 Sails Restaurant & Bar (Pacific Rim restaurant), Honolulu Coffee, Katsumidori (sushi restaurant), HI Private Tours (sightseeing agency), Harbor Pub & Pizza, The Study (bar), Tropics Ale House Waikiki, Tropical Tribe (snack bar), Custom Island Tours, Ala Wai Harbor, Hawaiian Parasail, Sail Oahu (boat tour agency), Hawaii Yacht Club and more.

Ala Moana Beach is 2,050 feet, Ala Wai Small boat harbor is 0.2 miles, US Army Museum of Hawaii, Ala Moana Center, Atlantis Submarine and Magic Island are 0.4 miles, Hale Koa Luau and Fort DeRussy are 0.5 miles, Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center is 0.7 miles, Royal Hawaiian Theater Legends in Concert Waikiki is 0.8 miles, Royal Hawaiian Center is 0.9 miles, Waikiki Beach and Neal S. Blaisdell Center are 1.1 miles, Honolulu Museum of Art is 1.3 miles, Kapiolani Park is 2.1 miles, Koko Head Crater Trail Hike is 8.9 miles, Makapuu Lighthouse Trail is 12.3 miles and Honolulu Airport is 6.1 miles from this hotel.

Approximate cost per night (ocean front suite): $1,037

Cost per person (three people): $345

 

 

 

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Real Select Vacations at The Ritz-Carlton Residences

383 Kalaimoku St

Hotels in Honolulu Hawaii

Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center

With a restaurant, a bar, an outdoor swimming pool, a fitness center, a 24-hour front desk, room service, free WiFi, private parking, air conditioning, flat-screen TVs, coffee machines, bidets, hairdryers, desks, seating areas, a hot tub, a kids’ club and a business center, Real Select Vacations at The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Waikiki Beach is near La Vie (Modern French restaurant), The Ritz-Carlton Spa, Waikiki Beach, Oahu Circle Island Snorkel Tour, Kelley O’Neil’s (Irish pub), Gyu-Kaku (Yakiniku restaurant), In Between (karaoke bar), 88 Tees – Kalakaua (t-shirt store), Avanti Shirts, Swarovski (jewelry store), Oakley (sunglasses store), Electric Paradise Tattoo, Lilly & Emma (clothing store), Skin Deep Tattoo and Piercing Waikiki, Bottega Veneta (boutique), Gucci (boutique), CHANEL (clothing store), Saint Laurent Waikiki Luxury Row (clothing store), Genius Lounge Sake Bar & Restaurant and more.

You may find Waikiki Beach 2,150 feet, Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center is 0.1 miles, Royal Hawaiian Theater Legends in Concert Waikiki is 0.2 miles, Hale Koa Luau, Royal Hawaiian Center and Fort DeRussy are 0.3 miles, US Army Museum of Hawaii and International Marketplace are 0.4 miles, Waikiki Beach and Atlantis Submarine are 0.5 miles, Kuhio Beach Torch Lighting & Hula Ceremony is 0.6 miles, Saint Augustine by-the-Sea is 0.8 miles, Honolulu Museum of Art is 1.9 miles, Diamond Head -Leahi is 2.1 miles, Nuuanu Valley Rain Forest is 6.4 miles and Honolulu Airport is 6.8 miles from this locale.

Approximate cost per night (three-bedroom penthouse): $11,438

Cost per person (six people): $1,907


 

 

Waikiki Studio Penthouse

2427 Kuhio Avenue

Hotels in Honolulu Hawaii

Saint Augustine by-the-Sea

This well-located studio penthouse has an outdoor pool, a hot tub, air conditioning, a cable flat-screen TV, a balcony with ocean, mountain and city views, a kitchen and an on-site restaurant. Nearby you may find Musubi Cafe (Japanese restaurant), Maguro Spot (seafood restaurant), Ice Cream Rolls Hawaii, Hula Dog Kuhio (hot dog restaurant), Hy’s Steak House, Aloha Circle Island Tour, Smokey’s Waikiki (tobacco shop), Suite Dreamz Tattoo Shop, Tanaka of Tokyo East (Japanese steakhouse), Chuck’s Cellar (restaurant), Wang Chung’s Karaoke Bar and more.

This penthouse is 0.2 miles from Saint Augustine by-the-Sea, International Marketplace, Waikiki Beach and Kuhio Beach Torch Lighting & Hula Ceremony, 0.3 miles from Ala Wai golf course and Royal Hawaiian Center, 0.4 miles from Waikīkī Shell and Royal Hawaiian Theater Legends in Concert Waikiki, 0.6 miles from Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center, 0.8 miles from Waikiki Aquarium and 7.3 miles from Honolulu Airport.

Approximate cost per night: $250

(high demand – book in advance)

 

 

 

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The Surfjack Hotel & Swim Club

412 Lewers Street

Hotels in Honolulu Hawaii

What’s going on?

The Surfjack Hotel & Swim Club has an outdoor pool, vintage inspired bungalows and suites, optional in-room coffee and cocktail service, hand-crafted furniture, custom-tile bathroom floors, eclectic artwork, wireless speakers, alarm systems, private balconies, flat-screen TVs, refrigerators, coffee machines, hair dryers, an on-site boutique, a 24-hour reception and a restaurant. Close are Mahina & Sun’s (restaurant), Marukame Udon Waikiki (Udon noodle restaurant), Maguro Brothers Hawaii (Hawaiian restaurant), Waikiki Diving Center (dive shop), Luwana Hawaii (clothing store), Honolulu Tavern (bar), Izakaya Pau Hana Base (Izakaya restaurant), ZIGU (Japanese restaurant), Sweet Home Cafe Waikiki, Basalt (fine dining restaurant), Dukes Lane Market & Eatery (food court), Turquoise (store), Honolulu Henna (tattoo shop), Ice Monster Hawaii (dessert shop), Starbucks Reserve, Heavenly Island Lifestyle (restaurant), Cuckoo Coconuts (bar), To The Sea (women’s clothing store), Sam’s Kitchen (seafood restaurant), Honolulu Cookie Company, Rivals Sports Lounge (bar) and more.

From this hotel Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center, Royal Hawaiian Theater Legends in Concert Waikiki and Royal Hawaiian Center are 0.2 miles, Waikiki Beach, Hale Koa Luau and Fort DeRussy are 0.4 miles, Kuhio Beach Torch Lighting & Hula Ceremony and US Army Museum of Hawaii are 0.5 miles, Ala Wai golf course is 0.6 miles, Diamond Head -Leahi and Honolulu Museum of Art are 2 miles, Nuuanu Valley Rain Forest is 6.4 miles, Koko Head Crater Trail Hike is 8.1 miles, Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor is 9.6 miles, Makapuu Lighthouse Trail is 11.6 miles and Honolulu Airport is 6.9 miles.

Approximate cost per night (three-bedroom suite): $715

Cost per person (eight people): $90

 

 

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The Ritz-Carlton Residences

383 Kalaimoku Street

Hotels in Honolulu Hawaii

Luxury Row Shopping

With stylishly-appointed studios, residential accommodations and penthouses, unparalleled views of the Pacific Ocean, an elevated infinity pool above Waikiki with private cabanas, a spa, a restaurant and a gourmet market, The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Waikiki Beach Hotel is close to Real Select Vacations at The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Waikiki Beach.

Approximate cost per night (three-bedroom suite): $3,000

Cost per person (eight people): $375

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lotus Honolulu Hotel

2885 Kalakaua Avenue

Hotels in Honolulu Hawaii

Kaimana Beach

Providing walking paths to Sans Souci Beach, amazing Diamond Head views, daily tea, coffee and wine, cable TVs, iPod docking stations, balconies, patios, refrigerators and coffee machines, Lotus Honolulu Hotel is situated close to Hawaii Yoga Institute, Hau Tree Lanai (Pacific Rim restaurant), Michel’s at the Colony Surf (French restaurant), Outrigger Canoe Club, Sans Souci Beach, Kapiʻolani Regional Park Tennis Courts, Barefoot Beach Cafe @ Queen’s Surf Beach, Kapiʻolani Park Bandstand (live music venue), Diamond Head Tennis Center, Louise Dillingham Memorial Fountain (historical landmark) and more.

Kaimana Beach is 0.1 miles, Waikiki Aquarium and Kapiolani Park are 0.2 miles, Waikīkī Shell is 0.6 miles, Saint Augustine by-the-Sea is 0.8 miles, Kuhio Beach Torch Lighting & Hula Ceremony is 0.9 miles, Diamond Head -Leahi and Waikiki Beach are 1 mile, International Marketplace is 1.1 miles, Ala Wai golf course is 1.2 miles, University of Hawaii at Manoa is 2.5 miles, Koko Head Crater Trail Hike is 7.5 miles, Makapuu Lighthouse Trail is 11.4 miles and Honolulu Airport is 8 miles from this hotel.

Approximate cost per night (panoramic ocean view penthouse): $1,228

Cost per person (six people): $205

 

 

 

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Espacio The Jewel of Waikiki

2452 Kalakaua Avenue

Hotels in Honolulu Hawaii

And here?

Espacio The Jewel of Waikiki has a rooftop infinity pool with panoramic Pacific Ocean views, a full-service spa, an exclusive fine dining restaurant, elegant suites, Italian marble, accents from Morocco, private entrances, modern kitchens with Thermador and Miele appliances, hot tubs on private balconies, Smart TVs, iPads that can control room temperature, lighting and room service, a continental or à la carte breakfast, daily complementary use of luxury vehicles, round-trip airport transfers and convenient in-suite registration. This hotel in near Aston Waikiki Beach Tower.

Approximate cost per night (three-bedroom luxury suite): $2,874

Cost per person (six people): $479

Approximate cost per night (penthouse suite): $6,225

Cost per person (six people): $1,038

 

 

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We hope you have found these hotels in Honolulu Hawaii to your liking. Thanks for stopping by and happy trails!

22 Replies to “Hotels in Honolulu Hawaii”

  1. I have bookmarked your site. I really appreciate the detailed write-ups about some of the most luxurious places to stay in Honolulu, Hawaii. The pictures look beautiful. The Saint Augustine is one of the least expensive and better accommodations so it is little wonder that it is in high demand. I see you have given a wide range for people to consider. Are you always adding additional vacation destinations to your website?

  2. Hello there,thanks for putting out this awesome article as I know it would be of great help to the pubic as it has been of help to me.i have been to Hawaii a few time on vacation but I had some hotel issues but I would be going back to there later this year and I think I would go with Real Select Vacations at The Ritz-Carlton Residences or the Aston Waikiki Beach Tower because I did my study and I discovered that they are one of the best there in Hawaii

  3. Hello there. Thank youfor sharing this helpful information regarding hotels in Honolulu Hawaii. Although these hotels are so expensive, I am simply blown away by what they have to offer and the quality of their services. They’re really beautiful, well equipped and have so much we can enjoy especially when traveling in groups. I am a blogger, so I love anywhere free WiFi is offered and some of these hotels have free WiFi. Really nice.

    Regards!

  4. Hi

    If there is one place I would like to visit then Hawaii comes on top of this list.  From TV and films the place looks wonderful and idyllic that you want to take the next plane out there, but before you go that you need to know what accomodation is available. This is where your article comes into play, as you have highlighted the best hotels to stay in when I visit this state. So many choices and you have make them all sound to be too good to be true. I will keep your website in mind when I book a holiday to this place.

    I think I need to pack my Hawaiian shirts very soon 

    Thanks

    Antonio

  5. These hotels all look amazing and are probably some of the nicest hotels that I have everseen. The Waikiki Beach Tower makes me want to go to Waikiki. Which of these hotels is your favorite and which is your favorite feature of all these hotels that you have mentioned? How much would you pay?

  6. I have always wanted to travel to Hawaii. My parents went when I was a kid and loved it.  These rental properties are amazing.  To be honest price aside, I would stay in any of them.

    My absolute favourite would have to be Aston Waikiki Beach Tower.  It is absolutely stunning.  I love that it seems to be close to many great spots to eat and shop.  The price is even fairly reasonable.  That deck is unreal.  Looks like paradise to me.

    Great job on really giving some amazing rental options for anyone travelling to Hawaii.

  7. Wow😍 this review is exceptional! It actually started clearly the features of the various hotels making it super attractive. As a tourist, it will put an unending smile on my face if I’m opportuned to visit Hawaii and explore the amazing features of ASTON WAIKIKI BEACH TOWER. Thanks for the review!

  8. OH, my goodness, Hawaii has always been my destination fantasy and I am working on my trip to Hawaii as we speak, I am saving up because I must cross Hawaii off my list of palaces to visit. 

    Reading your article makes me wish I could be there now, and the pictures, wow! I like the Anston Waikiki  Beach Tower, I can see myself sitting looking over the ocean with a cocktail in my hand, beautiful. I like that the Anston has fully functional kitchens because as much as I enjoy eating out while on holiday, there are occasions where I just want to take a break and make my own food.

    And also being able to do my laundry is a plus because we all know when you stay at a hotel where they have to do your laundry the bill can grow very quickly and maybe even cost your souvenir money so I like that I am able to do my own laundry.

    You have shared very useful and interesting facts about Honolulu, I didn’t know that there are over 350k people living in the city. It’s also so cool to know that Honolulu is one of the safest places on earth. That makes me want to go there for a holiday like now.

    Thank you for this, I was very happy to find ideas for my future holiday in Hawaii,  and Honolulu has definitely gone in my notebook and Anston Beach Tower is the first place to consider for sure.

    1. Rose Hawaii is a great bucket list choice for sure. Glad you appreciate the hotels in Honolulu and background information as well 🙂

  9. Hi, There.
    Thanks for sharing your information on the best hotels in Honolulu. The scenic beauty of all these hotels, as shown in pictures in the article, is a boon to the eyes. One must stay at least once in his lifetime at these hotels even when the cost is so high. I always pray for this privilege.
    Warm Regards,
    Gaurav Gaur

    1. Gaurav hotels in Honolulu have scenic beauty as far as the eye can see. Glad to see that the pictures were of help and thanks for the comments!

  10. Hi,

    I have been planning to visit Hawaii for a long time but didn’t get the time to do so, I will be visiting it soon enough and these hotels look really great and affordable.

    The ones I like is the Ritz Carlton and there exist a branch of their hotels from where I am from,

    I really can’t wait to visit Hawaii.

  11. Many thanks to you for sharing such an excellent article with us .This article is very important for many people who travel to Honolulu Hawaii.I then wandered into Honolulu Hawaii several times for my workplace.And the hotels there are very nice.I was at a hotel there called Aston Waikiki Beach Tower, and the hotel was beautiful.And the thing I like most about this hotel is the kids’ flowers and modern entertainment.There is a very well-equipped cooking system for cooking. When you prove to your family you can cook and eat yourself.After reading your article, I found out about all the hotels in Honolulu Hawa and when I call next I will visit another hotel and share new exprience with you.

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