More than you imagined, Oahu is a rich and romantic honeymoon destination. Hold hands under the blue skies of Waimea Bay, leaving footprints in the sand. Unwind in the gentle waves of Waikiki. Enjoy a couple's lomilomi massage in one of Oahu’s fine resorts. 112 miles of sandy beaches and endless activities await the two of you on Oahu.
Say goodbye to the stresses of wedding planning as you both explore the beauty of Oahu's outdoors. Discover the sweet, rustic charm of the North Shore. Kayak to the Mokulua Islands off of beautiful Kailua Beach. Explore the Koolau mountains by horseback at Kualoa Ranch. Hike, take a tandem surfing lesson, go on a sunset sail, or even skydive together. The adventures are endless.
And the fun doesn’t stop as the sun sets. Explore Oahu’s vibrant culture and arts scene at lively festivals or monthly events like First Friday in Downtown Honolulu and Chinatown. Listen to live music and get a taste of Hawaii Regional Cuisine at some of Hawaii’s finest restaurants. You can even spend 24-hours in Waikiki, experiencing a whirlwind of activities together.
From romantic sunsets to candlelight dinners celebrating your new life together, the “Heart of Hawaii” is where you’ll discover the honeymoon of your dreams.
Centrally located on World famous Waikiki Beach. 1702 rooms, 150 suites, 46,000 sq. ft. meeting space. Rising on a half-mile of crisp white sand, the Sheraton Waikiki Beach Resort casts sparks with an endless whirl of entertainment.
Just about everything on Waikiki Beach has been discovered, except maybe Shoreline Waikiki Hotel. In the heart of Waikiki, and only seconds from Waikiki Beach, this peaceful hotel is your hidden sanctuary in Honolulu’s premier shopping and dining district.
A local favorite, Pagoda Hotel is an affordable urban hotel near Ala Moana Center and central Honolulu. The hotel is close to shopping, dining, Downtown Honolulu, the Hawaii Convention Center, and Waikiki. On-site amenities include a pool, meeting/banquet facilities, and Pagoda Floating Restaurant.
Situated on Oahu's breathtaking North Shore, Turtle Bay Resort has lured generations of adventure seekers to its spectacular setting. With 850 breathtaking acres to explore and five miles of coastline it’s an explorer’s dream.
This newly renovated European Style resort with a Hawaiian tropical flair delivers exceptional accommodations that will appeal to discerning travelers. It offers great amenities that include the state-of-the-art fitness center, outdoor pool, garden, sauna, and complimentary high-speed Internet.
Ewa Hotel Waikiki offers a convenient location in Waikiki without paying a hefty price. A hidden gem, the hotel is located just two blocks from Waikiki Beach, and right across from Kapiolani Park and the Honolulu Zoo. Guests enjoy a rooftop sun deck for soaking up the sun and catching sunsets.
This family-friendly complex is made up of over 870 privately owned one-bedroom condos – allowing you to enjoy the comforts of home at a resort-like facility. Enjoy going to the beach, swimming in the large fresh water pool, soaking in one of the two Jacuzzis or the sauna, or simply relaxing.
A swell little spot in Waikiki, this untraditional yet unforgettable hotel offers a slice of authentic Waikiki through expertly designed rooms and suites paired with handcrafted experiences. On-site amenities include a pool, Chef Ed Kenny's restaurant Mahina & Sun's, and Olive & Oliver boutique.
The Waikiki Resort Hotel is located in the center of Waikiki, half a block - a short 30 second skip away from the world famous white sands of Waikiki Beach!
Embassy Suites by Hilton™ – Waikiki Beach Walk® is the all-suite resort in Waikiki. Hotel features one-and two-bedroom suites and complimentary amenities including daily made-to-order breakfast, evening reception with cocktails and snacks, high-speed Internet access and phone calls.
Things to Do on Oahu
Whether you’d like to ride the waves or find the perfect spot to lounge on the sand, there’s a beach in Oahu to satisfy your desires.More
From cultural landmarks to outdoor adventures, there’s lots of ways to experience Oahu.More