Fronting the Hilton Hawaiian Village, Kahanamoku Beach is Waikiki’s westernmost beach. It takes its name from Duke Kahanamoku...
Fort DeRussy Beach
Seldom crowded, this often-overlooked beauty extends along the shore of a military reservation. Like all beaches in Hawaii, it’s free...
Hawaiʻi Army Museum
At Fort DeRussy, this museum showcases an almost mind-numbing array of military paraphernalia as it relates to Hawaii’s history,...
Waikiki Starlight Luau
Enthusiastic pan-Polynesian show, with buffet meal, outdoor seating, Samoan fire dancing and hapa haole (literally, ‘half foreign’) hula.
In Modern Honolulu boutique hotel, Iron Chef Morimoto’s oceanfront dining room seduces with coconut cocktails and yacht-harbor views...
Atlantis Submarine information
See the world from a porthole aboard the sub that dives to a depth of 100ft near a reef off Waikiki, offering views of sea life otherwise reserved for divers – though honestly, it’s not nearly as exciting as it sounds. There are several sailings daily; you should book ahead online for discounts. Check-in is at the Hilton Hawaiian Village’s pier in front of the Aliʻi Tower.