Welcome to LodgingGuide's hospitality industry listings for the Honolulu area.
Honolulu, the capital and business center of Hawaii, is the perfect home base from which to explore all that the island of
Oahu has to offer. Honolulu is where you will find the highest concentration of the performing arts and restaurants that
specialize in authentic local cuisine. The Island of Oahu has a number of alternatives for outdoor recreation including
biking trails in the mountains, hiking trails around Waikiki, scuba diving with or without instructors, or just lounging on
the white sand beaches which encircle the two mountain ranges that comprise Oahu. Each side of the island offers a different
level and quality of beach activity. The West side is popular among sports fishermen, waves off the North shore frequently
reach 25 feet in height and are perfect for surfing, the East shore with its tropical landscaping and tradewinds is most
appropriate for windsurfing and sailing, and Waikiki Beach on the South shore is the more tourist and family oriented
bathers' beach with all of the Hawaiian tourist attractions you will recognize from film and media coverage. The City of
Honolulu has a rich history, and has preserved many of the original buildings which date back to the first encounters
between the natives and missionaries, many museums and historical landmarks that convey the history of Hawaii's royalty, and
amenities and services as contemporary as you will find anywhere.
You can begin researching lodging properties and on-site restaurants in the Honolulu area by selecting one of the options shown below.
|·||Waikiki Beach||·||Diamond Head|
|The largest concentration of lodging is in the world-famous Waikiki Beach area. Most hotels are located a few blocks from the shore, but many are located directly on the beach itself.||Lodging options in the Diamond Head area, featuring Kaimana Beach, just minutes from the excitement of Waikiki, yet separated by a quiet expanse of parks and beaches.|
|·||Honolulu Airport||·||Downtown Waikiki|
|Lodging located near the Honolulu International Airport (HNL).||Lodging options in the downtown Honolulu area.|
|Lodging in the greater Honolulu area outside of the above areas.|
Area Facts: There are only 12 letters in the Hawaiian alphabet, the vowels A, E, I, O and U and consonants H, K, L, M, N, P and W.
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