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Outrigger Waikiki on the Beach

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Outrigger Waikiki on the Beach is one of just seven beachfront hotels in Waikiki, making it a perfect destination for visitors who want easy access to the soft white sands of Oahu. Outrigger has a long history in Hawaii with a number of locations throughout the state, but Waikiki on the Beach was the first location for the family owned and operated company. Ohana (family) and the culture of the islands is important to the folks at Waikiki on the Beach and they extend those values to their guests with a warm welcome and aloha. 

 

Rooms


All 524 rooms have a lanai (patio) and you’ll catch a view of the ocean from every room. The accommodations are very quiet thanks to a recent 18.1 million dollar renovation that included some serious soundproofing. Convertible couches extend the sleeping space in each room and feature memory foam mattresses – no uncomfortable springs here. Rooms are equipped with a mini-refrigerator, in-room safe, and energy efficient lighting. Ocean view accommodations have a more spacious lanai, showcasing a bigger expanse of the Pacific Ocean, and thanks to clear glass safety panels the water is even visible from the comfort of your bed.


Services


You’ll find free wifi throughout the hotel, including in rooms, a free 24-hour fitness center, and free airline boarding pass printing at the on-site business center. Parking is valet only, and runs $35USD per day. The hotel’s staff is multi-lingual; if you’re more comfortable speaking your native language they should be able to accommodate you.


Cultural activities


Free cultural activities are held almost daily and offer guests the opportunity to learn hula, try their hand at strumming an ukulele, or make Hawaiian-style crafts.


Beach


The vibrant beach right outside the hotel is perfect for swimming or catching a ride on a sailboat or outrigger canoe. Beach services rents paddleboards, boogie boards, umbrellas, and chairs. Nearby, you can arrange for surf lessons or watch a sandcastle building contest.

 

Dining


There are several restaurants on site making it easy to grab a quick meal before hitting the beach. The popular Duke’s Waikiki boasts that it’s a “barefoot bar” casual enough for beachwear while Hula Grill just upstairs has a more upscale menu with a fabulous ocean view.

 

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