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Oahu accommodations to fit every lifestyle and budget

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Arguably the most famous hotel on Oahu is the Royal Hawaiian, also known as The Pink Palace. Built in 1927, this grand hotel is situated right on Waikiki Beach, reminding visitors of days gone by. With an even longer history, the Moana Surfrider opened its doors in 1901. Even if you’re not a guest, take the time to walk through the lobbies of each of these hotels for a little peek at Hawaii’s past.


The bulk of Oahu’s accommodations are clustered in the Waikiki area offering easy access to the beach and nightlife. Embassy Suites at Waikiki Beach Walk offers spacious all-suite accommodations, perfect for families. Aqua Hotels and Resorts features 16 destinations on Oahu, ranging from affordable and hip to understated elegance. The Outrigger brand offers deluxe ocean front lodging or budget accommodations for those who don’t mind walking to the beach. 


Disney’s Aulani Resort brings the magic of Mickey Mouse to Hawaii. Families will find plenty to do at the hotel, from tubing the resort’s (manmade) Waikolohe Stream to enjoying a private snorkeling lagoon. Situated within the Ko Olina Resort Community and Marina outside the hustle and bustle of Waikiki, the hotel is about 17 miles from the Honolulu Airport. South of Waikiki, situated not far from Hanauma Bay, the Kahala hotel and Resort offers discreet luxury accommodations popular with the Hollywood set. 


On Oahu’s North Shore, the Turtle Bay Resort offers luxury accommodations that include guest rooms, suites, beach cottages, and villas. From its location on the northernmost point on Oahu, guests can watch both sunrise and sunset. 


There are also a few bed and breakfast options tucked around the island for those who are looking for a more intimate stay in Hawaii.


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