‘Alohilani Resort Waikiki Beach
The Pacific is a constant presence at Alohilani Resort Waikiki Beach, a contemporary hi-rise oasis in the heart of Waikiki. Public areas and ocean-facing rooms overlook it, menus showcase its bounty, and — most dramatic of all — a two-story Oceanarium brings its marine life right into the lobby. Located in the prime Diamond Head district of Honolulu’s vibrant Waikiki neighborhood, this relaxed, stylish hideaway is moments from the beach, offering Rockwell Group-designed guestrooms, two destination restaurants by acclaimed chef Masaharu Morimoto, and an endless choice of adventures both in and out of the water.
- 839 airy guestrooms and suites offer private balconies with views of the ocean or the Diamond Head crater
- Relax on the fifth-floor pool deck with private cabanas, a heated saltwater infinity pool, a pool bar, and sublime ocean views while the kids play in the Kids Club
- Plan an unforgettable event with over 20,000 sq ft of flexible meeting spaces
- Savor innovative Pan-Asian fusion cuisine at two signature restaurants led by Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto — one for fine dining and a casual eatery with a beer garden
- Join the resort's signature green initiative on a tree-planting tour of the Alohilani Forest, located in Gunstock Ranch on Oahu’s north shore, and track your chipped tree throughout its life
- Lounge in the showstopping lobby bar, where colorful native fish swim in a 280,000-gallon, two-story Oceanarium
- Take a hula lesson or yoga class, work out in the 24-hour gym or get a message at the Island Club and Spa, and enjoy batting cages and tennis on rooftop courts
Alohilani Resort Waikiki Beach sets new standards on a paradise island famed for its beaches, natural beauty, and warm welcome. Surf or sunbathe, explore Honolulu, then sip a cocktail while the sun sets over Waikiki Bay. This Hawaiian island escape puts one of Waikiki’s most popular surf spots at your doorstep with shopping, dining, and adventure just around the corner. Feel a spiritual connection with this beautiful land long after you’ve left, thanks to the resort’s dedication to plant a native tree in honor of each guest.
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Soak up the views from the lanai (verandas) of the Rockwell Group-designed guestrooms and suites — city vistas, ocean panoramas, or lush mountain views spread out before you. Elegant, airy guestrooms cultivate calm and relaxation with a neutral palette, warm wood, and cool marble; Keurig coffee makers come with custom-blended coffee and tea. Suites add expansive living rooms, cozy dining nooks, deep soaking tubs, and Harman Kardon sound systems.
The magnificent lobby, with its coral wall sculpture and oceanarium, is the base for knowledgeable concierge staff who can help arrange golf, watersports, and excursions. Browse the in-house boutiques for authentic Hawaiian souvenirs. Little touches — complimentary water bottles to fill up at stations around the resort, live entertainment, and even surfboard storage — make a big impact.
The exclusive Longboard Club provides access to even more experiences and amenities, such as a daily breakfast with design-your-own acai bowls, exclusive lounges with views of Diamond Head, private cabanas, concierge service, and a selection of evening hors d'oeuvres and homemade chocolates, cookies, and desserts. The Longboard Club begins operation in May 2019 and will be available from 6–10 a.m. and 4–8 p.m.
With five dining options, including two signature restaurants headed by internationally renowned chef Masaharu Morimoto, you have the best of Honolulu’s culinary scene on your doorstep.
Morimoto Asia Waikiki – Memorable cuisine meets stunning sunsets at this ocean view restaurant. Famed for his creative genius and natural flair, Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto pairs the flavors of his native Japan with Western touches, and the drinks menu features sake, Japanese whiskies, and innovative cocktails.
Momosan by Morimoto – There’s a relaxed laid-back vibe at this ramen dining experience. Chef Morimoto puts his unique take on island classic garlic shrimp and there are countless variations of noodles bowls and small plates to sample. Sip a sake or craft beer at a communal table in the landscaped outdoor garden.
Swell Bar – Take a cabana, order a Ka Huna Kai (the resort’s signature frozen Mai Tai), and watch the sun set over the infinity pool at this tranquil poolside bar. It serves local favorites throughout the day and comes to life with fire pits and live music in the evenings.
Lychee – Wake up to a breakfast buffet rooted in seasonal Hawaiian cuisine. Choose from sunrise papaya or sugarloaf pineapple, as well as locally produced honey, sausages, coffee, and bakery favorites.
O Bar – The two-story Oceanarium dominates one side of this off-lobby space, making it one of Waikiki’s most distinctive bars. Linger over a custom Alohilani Resort Waikiki Beach blend coffee by day and treat yourself to island-inspired cocktails by night. Small plates come infused with local flavors, and evenings bring live music, and happy hour specials.
Head to the rooftop tennis courts or batting cages, or take an Aqua Fit class in the infinity pool. Indulge in a spa treatment or relax on the pool deck with its driftwood sculptures, and unwind in a Sunset Yoga class. Catch daily fish feedings at the two-story Oceanarium, and discover a program of Hawaiian cultural activities, such as hula lessons and lei making.
Waikiki is right outside your door, so explore its many attractions. It is home to upscale restaurants and luxury boutiques such as Chanel, Coach, and Gucci at Ala Moana Shopping Center. Shop, dine, take a surf lesson at Waikiki Beach, climb to the top of Diamond Head, or dive beneath the Pacific with the Atlantis Submarine company. The International Marketplace, a longtime favorite among visitors, is just minutes away and the you can take in all the wonders of the ocean at the Waikiki Aquarium, which is also nearby. Travel 25 mi / 40 km to visit the North Shore’s 4,000-acre Kualoa Ranch nature reserve, where films such as Jurassic Park and Godzilla were filmed, or practice your swing at one of 40 golf courses on Oahu.
‘Alohilani Resort Waikiki Beach
This idyllic location on the south shore of Honolulu on the island of Oahu, Hawaii, was once a favorite hideaway for Hawaiian royalty — the resort sits on land owned by the Queen Lili’uokalani Trust. Waikiki’s famous surfing beach is yards away and Kalakaua Avenue, with its luxury boutique shopping and highly acclaimed dining, is right outside.
Honolulu International Airport is 9.4 mi / 15.1 km away from the hotel.