The Hotel: Pearl Hotel Waikiki
Pearl Hotel Waikiki sits just steps away from the vibrant International Market Place and the famous Waikiki Beach. Dotted with palm treats and hugged by the clear Pacific waters, it makes for the perfect place to work on the tan, swim with turtles or surf the waves. When not in the water, holidaymakers can explore the nearby attractions which include the Diamond Head, zoo, aquarium, Manoa Falls, and Bishop Museum.
Holidaymakers are accommodated in spacious air-conditioned Standard Rooms featuring modern decor and bright colours. The rooms come equipped with microwaves, mini-fridges and hot drink-making facilities. Snacks and other good are available in the vending machines and the convenience store, while coffee and tea can be enjoyed in the lobby.
- Bed type: one king or two double beds
- Standard occupancy: two people
- Maximum occupancy: four people
- Extra person - $51 per night
- Children under 17 years old can stay free of charge with an accompanying adult when using the existing bedding
The room boasts a coffeemaker, microwave, and mini-fridge
- TripAdvisor: 3.5 / 5
The Area: Waikiki, Honolulu
Located on the southern shore of Honolulu, the world-renowned neighbourhood of Waikiki was once a playground for Hawaiian royalty. In Hawaiian, Waikiki means “spouting waters”, which is apt since it is surrounded by clear blue waters. It is most famous for its white sand beaches, especially Waikiki Beach.
With the Diamond Head crater in the background, the waters of Waikiki are ideal for surfing and submarine tours. Other attractions like the Honolulu Zoo and Waikiki Aquarium offer fun for the whole family. Learn about the history of Waikiki by reading surfboard markers placed along the Waikiki Historical Trail. Shop and dine at Kalakaua and Kihio Avenues and at other famous spots like the Royal Hawaiian Centre and the Waikiki Beach Walk.
Waikiki is also located within a half-hour journey to a number of Oahu attractions like Pearl Harbor, Iolani Palace, the Nuuanu Pali Lookout and Hanauma Bay. Tourists may venture into other places of interest like the Ala Moana Centre, the local neighbourhood of Kapahulu and the arts district of Chinatown.