Relax and enjoy beautiful Waikiki in our conveniently located hotel!

food scene

Hawaiian cuisine is a blend of different culinary traditions, including native Hawaiian, Asian, and American influences.

To enjoy local Hawaiian cuisine, try the plate lunch which includes a protein, rice, and macaroni salad. Sample poke, a dish made with raw fish and seasonings. Don't be afraid to try dishes made with Spam, a beloved food in Hawaii. Satisfy your sweet tooth with shaved ice. Lastly, explore the farmers markets for fresh and local produce, as well as homemade treats. Such as
Poke - cubed raw fish marinated in soy sauce and sesame oil.
Spam musubi - a sushi-style dish with grilled Spam on top of rice, wrapped in nori seaweed.
Loco moco - a dish of rice topped with a hamburger patty, fried egg, and brown gravy.
Shave ice - shaved ice topped with flavored syrup and other toppings like mochi, condensed milk, or fruit.
Plate lunch - a meal of rice, macaroni salad, and a choice of meat, such as kalua pig or teriyaki chicken.
Malasadas - a Portuguese-style doughnut without a hole, often filled with custard or fruit.
Manapua - a steamed bun filled with savory pork or char siu.
Garlic shrimp - shrimp cooked with garlic and butter, often served with rice and salad.
Acai bowl - a bowl of frozen acai berries blended with other fruits and topped with granola and honey.
Haupia - a traditional Hawaiian dessert made from coconut milk and arrowroot starch.


Here are some brief recommendations for places to visit on Oahu Island:

To visit Oahu in Hawaii, you should go to Waikiki Beach for its iconic sand and clear water. Diamond Head State Monument offers stunning views and a hiking trail. The Pearl Harbor National Memorial honors history. For snorkeling and swimming, visit Hanauma Bay. For surfing, beaches, and local food, go to the North Shore.
Waikiki Beach - a world-famous beach known for its clear blue waters and stunning views of Diamond Head.
Pearl Harbor - a national historic landmark that includes the USS Arizona Memorial, the Battleship Missouri Memorial, and the Pacific Aviation Museum.
Diamond Head State Monument - a popular hiking destination that offers incredible views of the island from the top of a volcanic crater.
Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve - a protected marine life conservation area that is perfect for snorkeling and swimming.
North Shore - a beautiful stretch of coastline that is home to some of the world's best surfing beaches.
Iolani Palace - the only royal palace in the United States, which served as the residence for the Hawaiian monarchs from 1882 until 1893.
Kualoa Ranch - a scenic ranch that offers a variety of activities, including ATV tours, horseback riding, and movie site tours.
Manoa Falls - a picturesque waterfall that is surrounded by lush rainforest and is accessible via an easy hiking trail.
Polynesian Cultural Center - a cultural theme park that offers a range of exhibits and performances showcasing the customs and traditions of Polynesia.
Makapuu Lighthouse Trail - a beautiful hiking trail that leads to a historic lighthouse and offers stunning views of the ocean and coastline.

From Honolulu Airport

from Honolulu airport to Aqual Palms

from Honolulu airport to Luana

There is a bus from the airport to the hotel. But it takes more than 40 minutes. So I suggest you use Uber or Lyft. They will arrive at the hotel in about 15 minutes. Except for rush hour, of course.