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Honolulu Hotels Information

Hotels in Honolulu

206

Hotels Prices From

₱7,846

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Travel high season

Jun - Aug

Travel low season

Mar - May

High season avg price

₱18,806

Low season avg price

₱16,321
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Season
Avg. price/night
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Avg. precipitation
Dec - Feb
Avg. price/night
₱18,479
₱14,348₱23,895
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-
Avg. precipitation
94mm
WETTEST
59 mm128 mm
Mar - May
Avg. price/night
₱16,079
LOWEST
₱14,348₱23,895
Avg. temperature
-
Avg. precipitation
83mm
59 mm128 mm
Jun - Aug
Avg. price/night
₱18,814
HIGHEST
₱14,348₱23,895
Avg. temperature
-
Avg. precipitation
62mm
DRIEST
59 mm128 mm
Sep - Nov
Avg. price/night
₱16,414
₱14,348₱23,895
Avg. temperature
-
Avg. precipitation
92mm
59 mm128 mm
Price trend information excludes taxes and fees and is based on base rates for a nightly stay for 2 adults found in the last 7 days on our site and averaged for commonly viewed hotels in Honolulu. Select dates and complete search for nightly totals inclusive of taxes and fees.

Hotels near the sights

  • ‪Diamond Head State Monument
    This dormant volcano crater is one of Honolulu’s major natural landmarks, known for its history, amazing hikes, and stunning coastal views. The way to the summit is an easy-to-moderate hike up—though there's a steep flight of steps—and you'll be treated to some of the best views on the island. There are also many lookouts surrounding the crater. If you have limited mobility, don't worry, multiple other hikes within the park are accessibility friendly. It can get busy (and hot!) so try to reach early in the morning and bring sunscreen and plenty of water. Online reservations are required for non-residents but are often included in guided tours of Diamond Head. – Tripadvisor
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  • USS Arizona Memorial
    The most visited spot in Hawaii, this majestic floating memorial honors those who died during the WWII Pearl Harbor attack.
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  • Pearl Harbor National Memorial
    A National Historic Landmark, this site consists of five memorials commemorating the events around WWII and the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941.
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  • Iolani Palace
    Iolani Palace, the official residence of Hawaii’s monarchy, is a marvel of opulence, innovation and political intrigue. Meticulously restored to its former grandeur, this National Historic Landmark in downtown Honolulu tells of a time when their Majesties, King Kalakaua, who built the palace in 1882, and his sister and successor, Queen Liliuokalani, walked its celebrated halls. Today, you can enjoy one of the most spectacular living restorations in all of Polynesia and immerse yourself in Hawaii’s royal heritage. E komo mai! Welcome!
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  • Battleship Missouri Memorial
    Since opening in January 1999, the Battleship Missouri Memorial has attracted more than 10-million visitors from around the world with a fascinating tour experience showcasing the USS Missouri’s unique place in history. Located a mere ship’s length from the USS Arizona Memorial, the Mighty Mo completes a historical visitor experience that begins with the “day of infamy” and sinking of the USS Arizona in Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, and ends with Japan’s formal surrender aboard the USS Missouri in Tokyo Bay on September 2, 1945. The USS Missouri had an astounding career over five decades and three wars – World War II, the Korean War, and Desert Storm – after which it was decommissioned and donated to the USS Missouri Memorial Association, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. The Association operates the Battleship Missouri Memorial as a historic attraction and oversees her care and preservation with the support of visitors, memberships, grants, and donations.
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  • Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve
    This protected marine life conservation area, named after its unique curved bay, is a popular snorkeling spot in Hawaii. Formed within a volcanic cone on the eastern side of Oahu, this marine sanctuary is home to vibrant marine life and well-preserved corals. There is a limited number of visitors allowed in the bay daily, so make a reservation in advance to secure your spot. It's also closed on certain days so remember to check before you go. You can rent snorkeling equipment here—all you have to do is remember to pack some reef-safe sunscreen. Some tours of the North Shore also stop by the bay for a quick photo opportunity.
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  • Koko Crater Railway Trail
    Also known as the "Koko Head Stairs," this abandoned WWII railway track is a steep and challenging hiking trail with over 1,000 steps (but worth it for the panoramic views).
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  • Waikiki Beach
    This iconic landmark in Waikiki is one of Hawaii’s most famous beaches, located on the south shore of Oahu. Waikiki Beach is the birthplace of modern surfing culture—look out for the statue of renowned waterman Duke Kahanamoku, who popularized the sport internationally. Once the playground of Hawaiian royals, today the beachfront is lined with resorts and some of Hawaii’s most historic hotels. Surfers, swimmers, and sunbathers flock to this beach all day long. Boat tours in Waikiki are a great way for admiring the coast away from the crowds. Neighboring Kalākaua Avenue has plenty of shopping, dining, and entertainment options. – Tripadvisor
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  • Manoa Falls
    This scenic 150-foot-tall falls is only accessible via a hike through the rainforest. It's a 1.5-mile round trip, which takes about an hour or two from the trailhead. Wear good shoes as the path can get muddy and slippery, and bring bug repellent and plenty of water. Manoa Falls is a great photography spot, and the location has featured in movies and television shows like Jurassic Park and Lost. Cool off in the pool at the base of the falls and grab a snack and a refreshing pineapple smoothie for your walk back to civilization. – Tripadvisor
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  • Makapuu Lighthouse Trail
    Makapuu Lighthouse Trail is one of Oahu's most popular coastal hiking trails on its southeastern coast, offering spectacular views of the Kaiwi State Scenic Shoreline. You'll get to see landmarks like Koko Crater, Makapuu Beach, and even the offshore islands Molokai and Lanai on a clear day. There's also the iconic red Makapuu Lighthouse built in 1909 which you can see along the way. Bring a pair of binoculars to spot seabirds and migrating humpback whales from November to May. This uphill trail is about two miles long and is well-paved throughout, making it a manageable trek for families with children. – Tripadvisor
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Frequently Asked Questions about Honolulu hotels

Best Western The Plaza Hotel, Airport Honolulu Hotel, and Harbor Arms Apartment Hotel are some of the most popular hotels for travelers looking to stay near USS Arizona Memorial. See the full list: Hotels near USS Arizona Memorial.

Ka La'i Waikiki Beach, Lxr Hotels & Resorts, Halekulani Hotel, and Lotus Honolulu at Diamond Head are all popular resorts for travelers staying in Honolulu. See the full list: Honolulu Resorts.

Popular hotels close to ‪Diamond Head State Monument include Outrigger Waikiki Beachcomber Hotel, Lotus Honolulu at Diamond Head, and Kaimana Beach Hotel. See the full list: Hotels near ‪Diamond Head State Monument.

Popular luxury hotels in Honolulu include Ka La'i Waikiki Beach, Lxr Hotels & Resorts, Halekulani Hotel, and The Kahala Hotel & Resort. See the full list: Honolulu Luxury Hotels.

Popular hotels close to Honolulu Intl Airport include Best Western The Plaza Hotel, Aston at the Executive Centre Hotel, and Airport Honolulu Hotel. See the full list: Hotels near Honolulu Intl Airport.

A few of the most popular hotels near Waikiki Beach are Aston Waikiki Beach Tower, Vive Hotel Waikiki, and Hotel Renew. See the full list: Hotels near Waikiki Beach.

Some of the most popular pet-friendly hotels in Honolulu are Ka La'i Waikiki Beach, Lxr Hotels & Resorts, Outrigger Waikiki Beachcomber Hotel, and Lotus Honolulu at Diamond Head. See the full list: Pet Friendly Hotels in Honolulu.

Popular cheap hotels in Honolulu include The Laylow, Autograph Collection, Hotel La Croix, and The Equus. See the full list: Cheap Hotels in Honolulu.

Ka La'i Waikiki Beach, Lxr Hotels & Resorts, Halekulani Hotel, and Prince Waikiki have a spa and received excellent reviews from travelers in Honolulu. See the full list: Honolulu Spa Resorts.

Popular Honolulu neighborhoods with hotels include Waikiki, Diamond Head - Kapahulu - St. Louis, and Ala Moana - Kakaako.

Ka La'i Waikiki Beach, Lxr Hotels & Resorts, Outrigger Waikiki Beachcomber Hotel, and Halekulani Hotel all received great reviews from families traveling in Honolulu. See the full list: Honolulu Family Hotels.