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Honolulu Hotels & Motels

• A WorldWeb.com Travel Guide for Honolulu, Hawaii.

Pristine white-sand beaches, the aqua blue of the Pacific, a vibrant Polynesian culture and big city living all come together in Honolulu, the capital of Hawaii.†The most populous city in the Hawaiian Islands, Honolulu is literally the Crossroads of the Pacific and a bustling tourist destination. With the main airport located here, it is no surprise that many international visitors begin their Hawaiian vacation in Honolulu. Though the local economy is mostly supported by tourism, manufacturing, military defense and research and development also form a large part of Honoluluís economy.

An ideal base for exploring all that Hawaii has to offer, Honolulu is chock full of all sort of activities. Guests can visit historical landmarks, pick up souvenirs, explore the arts district of Chinatown, chow down on some authentic Hawaiian cuisine or, since it is the birthplace of surfing, head down to Waikiki to get a one-on-one surf lesson.

With so much to do, guests will definitely want a place to kick back and relax while they adventure in Honolulu. From budget-friendly motels to high-end boutique hotels, Honolulu offers visitors a variety of lodging options to suit all budgets.


With bars, restaurants, shopping and great sightseeing all within walking distance, Waikiki is definitely the place to stay in Honolulu, its popularity reflected in the abundance of hotels located here.

The Waikiki Shore is just about as close to the beach one can get.† These condos offer guests spectacular ocean views plus the comforts of homeóair conditioning, cable TV, Internet access, kitchens, in-room washer and dryer plus a private lanai.† A few blocks away, the Halekulani Hotel delivers some serious luxury with an on-site spa, business center, heated freshwater pool overlooking Waikiki Beach, fitness facilities and access to the beach. Accommodations, which range from simple rooms to the 2,365 square-foot (220 sq. m) Orchid Suite, are understated and elegant with all the amenities of home.† Three restaurants are available here: La Mer for fine dining, Orchids for casual and House Without A Key for a more relaxed meal.

The Hotel Renew is one of Honoluluís boutique hotels, offering guests a sophisticated and personalized Hawaiian experience. Modern rooms provide the perfect retreat after exploring Honolulu. Amenities include wireless Internet, kimono-style robes, a flat screen TV and services such as business facilities, laundry and complimentary beach towels.† For a small fee, dogs are welcome at this hotel for those guests bringing their best, albeit furry, friend on vacation.

More budget-friendly options are also available in Waikiki though these well-known chains tend to be situated off the beach. Clean and comfortable rooms along with basic amenities like cable TV, air conditioning and Wi-Fi are offered at reasonable rates.

Those needing to catch an early morning or red-eye flight can opt to stay at one of the recognizable chain hotels along the Queen Liliuokalani Freeway located right in front of the Honolulu International Airport.

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