With the major centers of Honolulu and Waikiki beach, there are scores of choices for the visitor who is trying to find the best Oahu hotels. Hawaii is famous for its resorts and upscale Waikiki hotels. Some of these enormous Waikiki hotels are virtual mini cities, complete with beaches, bars, restaurants and shopping, or you can look for the smaller bed and breakfast style establishments. Whichever way you go, the personalized service you can have at these top resorts and other accommodations make you feel like royalty, but if you want to have a relaxed and pampered experience while you visit Oahu Hawaii, staying at a resort is a must.
One of the most popular Waikiki hotels is the Hilton Resort on Waikiki beach. With its verdant gardens filled with exotic animals like peacocks and flamingoes, and its top-notch restaurants, you will feel as if you're in heaven. Spread out over 20 acres, you can fill your days on the lovely section of Waikiki beach that this resort has, or at the Mandara Spa. For those traveling on business or who want to stay in touch, the 24 hours business center is the only full service constantly open hotel office center that is a first among Waikiki hotels.
You don't have to pay top dollar to stay at this, one of the top Oahu hotels. The rooms are in five different towers. Every room is well appointed and spacious. Whether you choose a basic or deluxe room, you will be enjoying the use of the guest only health club and pool area, three phones in every room, and the only best service from the attentive staff.
On the west coast, in the Kailua Kona area, the Four Seasons resort is a trusted choice of visitors. There are 36 buildings that the rooms are set in. There all have their own pools and a different theme. You will love the outdoorsy feeling of the wicker and wood decorations of the rooms. You might even get one of the bathrooms that has an outdoor shower. This is a well-decorated resort, with an extensive assortment of Hawaiian art. Downstairs, below the lobby, there is a cultural center where you can learn more about Hawaiian history. Wander through the nature trail, and look at the displays with historical information so that you can better appreciate the artifacts that grace the public areas of this, one of the most unique Oahu hotels. Whether you want upscale or casual dining, you can find it on this Oahu hotels grounds. Visit the Pahu'i'a for beachfront views and regional cuisine, or you can opt for the Hualalai Grille with fusion cuisine. Relax and unwind in the spa or enjoy some fresh air and exercise on the golf course and in the 11,000 square foot fitness center.
One of the top Honolulu hotels is the Halekulani. The name means house befitting heaven in Hawaii, and once you visit, you will see why it has this name. Elegant courtyards and exquisite gardens connect 5 buildings on 5 acres. When you arrive, you are taken to your room immediately, where you can register in privacy and comfort. Almost all of the large rooms face the ocean, making this one of the most sought after Honolulu hotels. With free, high-speed Internet, a deep tub, and a control panel above your bed, the conveniences make this hotel a wise choice. Adding to the value, you get $100 worth of free tickets to local museums and the symphony. The restaurant is one of the most romantic of all the Honolulu hotels. The House Without a Key is the best place to enjoy a cocktail and delicious appetizer and watch the sun set over Waikiki beach.
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