Enjoy an enviable location steps from Waikiki Beach and near some of the most iconic attractions in Hawaii including the Honolulu Zoo, the USS Arizona Memorial and the Luxury Row shopping and dining complex.
The 42-acre Polynesian Cultural Center offers a comprehensive tour through the history and culture of the Pacific Islands with hands-on crafts and activities, performances, exhibits, luau dining and a popular evening show.
Anchored in the colorful small town of Haleiwa, the North Shore is legendary for its scenery, surf lifestyle and unique art and dining experiences. In November and December, its big-wave beaches host international surfing competitions.
The World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument presents the Pacific impacts of World War II, including the events at Pearl Harbor, battles in the Aleutians, occupation of Japan and Japanese-American internment. The USS Arizona remains the resting place for numerous of that ship's 1,177 crewmen who perished on December 7, 1941.
One of Pearl Harbor’s five historic sites, the Battleship Missouri Memorial is a living museum commemorating the end of World War II. Its well-attended exhibits span three different wars, and the ship itself is three football fields long and 20 stories tall.
Located in the Valley of the Temples Memorial Park in Kaneohe, the temple commemorates the 100th anniversary of the first Japanese immigrants to Hawaii. It stunning grounds are home to waterfalls, a reflecting pond, colorful peacocks and hundreds of treasured Japanese koi carp.
The collection of 38,000 fine art pieces includes 4,500 works of art representing Polynesia’s many cultures. The museum also features Shangri-La, an architecturally unique home housing the Islamic Art collection of the late heiress Doris Duke.
Sitting prominently near the eastern edge of Waikiki and visible from nearly all of its shoreline, the 475-acre Diamond Head is famed for its historic hiking trail, ocean views and unique history. The saucer-shaped crater was formed some 300,000 years ago during a single, explosive eruption.
Oahu is home to 40 public and private golf courses ranging from municipal courses to full resort golf destinations. Every January, Oahu hosts the PGA TOUR’s Sony Open, which takes place at the Waialae Country Club in East Honolulu.
Visitors to this protected conservation area and underwater park can view marine life and also swim and snorkel in a pristine marine ecosystem.
Koko Crater Trail
A favorite with more advanced hikers, this trail offers great views from the top of an extinct volcano.
Kalakaua Avenue is the epicenter of shopping, dining and entertainment for Oahu. It’s a vibrant, dynamic, highly walkable destination with global designer brands and Hawaiian artisans, hotels and restaurants and recreation. One of the many highlights is Luxury Row, adjacent to our resort and home to famous high-end jewelry and fashion boutiques.
Hawaii's largest shopping center features nearly 300 stores with both indoor and outdoor shopping available. Highlights include three major department stores, several dozen dining options and the boutiques of more than 40 global luxury brands.
The Royal Hawaiian Center features more than 110 shops and restaurants in a charming setting. Luxury designer boutiques, beachwear stores, traditional Hawaiian arts and crafts shops, jewelry, sporting goods, surfing gear and numerous food and beverage outlets occupy the center’s three main buildings. A year-round calendar of special events adds to its appeal.