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Oahu (Waikiki in particular) is home to the bulk of hotel rooms in Hawaii, so it can be kind of overwhelming trying to find just the right place to stay. But there’s good news…there are some really great beach resorts on Oahu!
Here are my favorite Oahu beach resorts broken down by location. Click through the links to check pricing and availability for your travel dates.
Not super familiar with Oahu? Read this post to help you get the lay of the land and decide which area of Oahu is right for you.
Royal Hawaiian Hotel: The Royal Hawaiian Hotel (also know as the “Pink Palace of the Pacific”) is probably my favorite place to stay on Waikiki, because it’s so chic and iconic. Most movies filmed in Hawaii in the 1960s (and even an episode of Mad Men) were filmed at the Royal Hawaiian! Click here to check rates and availability during your stay.
Moana Surfrider: The oldest hotel on Waikiki, the Moana Surfrider has been around since 1901 and sits directly on Waikiki beach. No trip to Waikiki is complete until you’ve sipped a mai tai on the lanai here. Click here to check rates and availability during your stay.
Hilton Hawaiian Village: The Hilton Hawaiian Village feels like a city in itself with multiple towers, its own lagoon, an entire pool complex, and plenty of shops and restaurants. Since it’s located at the end of Waikiki (opposite Diamond Head), it often feels less crowded than other nearby options. Click here to check rates and availability during your stay.
Sheraton Waikiki: This relaxed beach resort right on Waikiki Beach has great amenities including three restaurants, an infinity pool (plus another pool with waterslide), and spa. It’s also right in the middle of Waikiki’s famous shopping district. Click here to check rates and availability during your stay.
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Outrigger Waikiki Beach Resort: Located right in the middle of Waikiki, the Outrigger Waikiki is one of the few beach resorts on Waikiki that doesn’t charge a daily resort fee. It’s home to the famous Duke’s Waikiki Restaurant and Beach Bar as well as a couple of other restaurants. Click here to check rates and availability during your stay.
Hyatt Regency Waikiki Resort & Spa: Located on the beach, the two towers of this resort have upscale rooms (suites are available) and access to a fitness center, spa, outdoor pool with bar, hot tub, and two restaurants. Click here to check rates and availability during your stay.