Things To Do
Waikiki offers many things to do and Hilton Waikiki Beach boasts a convenient location, near many of them.
This hotel near Diamond Head is just over a mile from Diamond Head Monument, Hawaii’s most recognized landmark and the most famous volcano crater in the world. Diamond Head features biking and hiking trails, legendary for their stunning views of the coast.
Enjoy being within walking distance from several other key attractions. The hotel is one block from the world famous Waikiki Beach and an easy stroll to the International Marketplace, Honolulu Zoo, Kapiolani Park and Waikiki Aquarium.
Getting around Honolulu is easy with the Waikiki Trolley & The BUS, both with stops in front of the hotel. The Waikiki Trolley is great way to tour Waikiki and Honolulu and see all of the sites and attractions from a comfortable tour bus, while The BUS is a more cost effective means of transportation available through the City of Honolulu.
Golf enthusiasts will enjoy taking in a round or two of golf at some of the most renowned golf courses in the world featuring immaculate greens and fairways with spectacular views.
The hotel is also about 15-20 minutes from Pearl Harbor and the Honolulu Airport.
In and Around Town
Hawaii Convention Center
This 1,000,000 sq. ft. venue is just a short stroll from Waikiki Beach.
USS Arizona Memorial
Visit this official memorial that straddles the sunken hull of the battleship USS Arizona.
With spectacular 360-degree views, this is a famed volcanic crater that you can hike to the top.
Formed within a volcanic cone, Hanauma Bay offers a pristine marine ecosystem for snorkeling.
Ala Moana Shopping Center
Hop on a trolley or The BUS and enjoy one of the largest open-air shopping centers in the world.
Waikiki & Kuhio Beach
Check out the surfing or take a swim at one of the most famous white sand beaches in the world.
Polynesian Culture Center
Visit authentic villages from six Pacific cultures and see natives demonstrate their arts.Polynesian Culture Center
With-in Queen Kapiʻolani Park, only zoo in the US established by grants made by a sovereign monarchHonolulu Zoo
North Shore – Surfing
Considered to be the surfing mecca of the world, with big surf contests every winterNorth Shore – Surfing
Sea Life Park
Enjoy amazing marine animals during a show or up close by taking a swim with Dolphins & moreSea Life Park
Royal Hawaiian Center
On land owned by Kamehameha Schools first known as Helumoa, now is a four-level, open-air complexRoyal Hawaiian Center
Ala Wai Golf Course
Enjoy a round at the 18 hole public golf course walking distance from the hotelAla Wai Golf Course