Just steps from the rolling surf of Waikiki Beach, this urban hotel is well positioned in the heart of the vibrant main stretch, filled with trendy bars, restaurants, boutiques and markets. Make a splash in the rooftop pool featuring seasonal dive-in theatre entertainment, workout in the fitness room, enjoy casual rooftop dining and cocktails at Quench, or savour Japanese cuisine at Nobu Waikiki. Unwind in stylish guest rooms with crisp white linens, vibrant decor and private balconies overlooking the ocean, city or mountains.
Why we recommend the Waikiki Parc Hotel
- Steps to Waikiki Beach
- Stylish rooms with views from private balconies
- Rooftop pool and bar
- Fine-dining restaurant Nobu
- Central to shopping, dining and entertainment
Attractions near the Waikiki Parc Hotel
Make the most of your hotel’s arrangement for complimentary VIP entry into three of Waikiki’s most significant art and culture destinations. Your room key is all you need for free entry to the Bishop Museum, Honolulu Museum of Art, and Honolulu Museum of Art Spalding House.
You’ll need at least a few hours to explore Bishop Museum, which is the largest museum in the state. It houses the biggest collection of Hawaiian artefacts and specimens, totalling more than 13.5 million. Take the family tour and check out the fascinating onsite planetarium. For lovers of the fine arts, the Honolulu Museum of Art will please with original works from around the world. At the Museum’s second location of Spalding House, a must-see is the glorious sculpture-filled garden overlooking Diamond Head and Honolulu.
Hike to Diamond Head
Put on your walking shoes, fire up your energy levels and make the epic hike up Hawaii’s most recognised landmark. Dating back 300,000 years, the volcano crater known as Diamond Head, or Le’ahi, is located just minutes from your hotel.
The two-hour hike is quite a challenge, with a series of steep and strenuous sections between yourself and the summit. But if you have the stamina it’s well worth the effort. At the top you’ll find a few historical surprises – disused bunkers, a fire control station built in 1911, and a navigational lighthouse dating back to 1917. But most spectacular of all are the panoramic postcard views of Koko Head to Wai’anae.
|Laundry service||Wheel chair access in hotel|
|Balcony / terrace (some rooms)||Concierge|
|Laundry room||Baby sitting|
|Health club or gym||Day spa|
|Parking cost applicable|
|Internet (cable)||Cable TV|
|Iron and ironing board||In room safe|
|Tea and coffee making facilities||Internet (common wireless)|
|Internet common wireless fee||Non-smoking|