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Aqua Waikiki Joy
The numerous Aston hotels scattered throughout Waikiki are hit-or-miss, particularly the budget options. So the conveniently located 93-room Waikiki Joy is a find...
Moana Surfrider, A Westin Resort & Spa
Built in 1901, the 'First Lady of Waikiki' was Hawaii's first hotel on the beach. The historic Banyan Wing resembles a grand, plantation-style manor...
Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort
The only true mega-resort in Waikiki, the 22-acre Hilton is a self-contained, fantasy island 'village'. Nearly 3000 rooms are spread throughout five high-rise towers surrounded by pools, tropical foliage, flamingos and koi (Japanese carp)...
If your idea of comfort is a full-size apartment with kitchen, Ilima Hotel can't be beat...
At the distant Diamond Head end of Waikiki, adjacent to Sans Souci Beach, the former 'W' hotel has toned down its hip, cutting-edge design and ended up transformed into a classy, boutique-style destination hotel...
Sheraton Princess Kaiulani
The wide, open lobby of the Sheraton Princess Kaiulani is perhaps Waikiki's best spot for people-watching. You'll see a parade of tourists, from snowbird couples to Japanese brides to college partiers...
Queen Kapiolani Hotel
One of the best-value options in Waikiki, this 19-story hotel at the quieter Diamond Head end of Waikiki has a regal theme: chandeliers, high ceilings and faded paintings of Hawaiian royalty...
Aqua Bamboo Waikiki
Velvet furnishings in burgundy and celadon. Bamboo-slatted pillars, wicker chairs and marble walls. Step into the stylish lobby of Bamboo and you'll feel soothed. Bamboo is a decent choice, especially if you cop a discount rate...
Hilton Waikiki Beach Hotel
A solid business-class hotel, the rebranded Hilton is a fine choice for anyone who wants clean and modern rooms without a beachfront location or an adjoining shopping mall...
Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort & Spa
With 1310 rooms, the Marriott is an upscale mega-hotel, and you'll know it from the sprawling lobby and shopping area that span an entire block...
Coconut Waikiki Hotel, A Joie De Vivre Hotel
Don't let the chain-gang name fool you: this Aqua-managed boutique property delivers a brilliant splash of style for anyone doing Waikiki on a budget...
The Sheraton's lobby resembles an airport at rush hour. People are constantly coming and going and if you stop, the crowd might just whisk you away. Thus it lacks the people-watching charm of other major hotels...
Pacific Beach Hotel
The Pacific Beach is a solid, though second-tier, high-rise hotel...
Courtyard By Marriott Waikiki Beach
Surely you've heard of Wyland, the artist whose paintings and sculptures of whales adorn so many McMansion suburbs on the US mainland. Never mind the kitsch when the price is right, however...
Waikiki Gateway Hotel
Let's face it. The furnishings are dated, the walls need repainting, and the carpet begs to be vacuumed. But if you want a no-frills room for under a hundred bucks, the 178-room Gateway (located at Waikiki's western 'entrance') fits the bill...
Outrigger Waikiki On The Beach
If you want a heavy-duty party atmosphere, the Outrigger Waikiki is your ticket. It sits on perhaps the most popular stretch of Waikiki beach, where you can see and be seen, day and night...
Best Western The Plaza Airport Hotel
Best Western Plaza Hotel is a modern hotel with 274 pleasant rooms, each with a king or two double beds, TV and refrigerator. This is the most comfortable option near the airport...
The New Otani Kaimana Beach Hotel
For a little more privacy and seclusion, the New Otani offers well-kept, small rooms and its own beach about a half mile from the throbbing heart of Waikiki. Parking is $18.
Aston Waikiki Circle Hotel
A distinctively cylindrical hotel built in 1963, the Waikiki Circle Hotel is an old-time landmark. Surrounded by massive, modern high-rises, it seems quaint and retro. But it shares just the same view of Pacific for much less money...
Aston At The Executive Centre Hotel
Honolulu's only downtown hotel is geared entirely for businesspeople. All accommodations are suites outfitted with the gadgets needed to run mobile empires, including complimentary high-speed internet...
Holiday Inn Waikiki Beachcomber Resort
On Waikiki's main strip, this modern nonsmoking hotel is remarkable for its prime location and subprime rates. Could-be-anywhere rooms have been renovated with flat-screen TVs. Parking is $18.
Waikiki Parc Hotel
From the moment you enter the elegant lobby, the Parc exudes an urban (and urbane) vibe - perhaps due to the enclosed rather than open-air lobby, lack of outdoor grounds, front-desk staff dressed in suits, and marble floors...