Enjoy a special touch of “Aloha” in this tastefully-furnished City View Studio just a few steps away from Waikiki Beach. This 204 s.f room includes a kitchenette with microwave and refrigerator, private lanai, flat screen LCD TV, WiFi, and charming island décor.
Unit 301 is a studio vacation rental just steps from the best Waikiki has to offer. With Waikiki Beach, Kapiolani Park, the Honolulu Zoo, and Waikiki’s outstanding dining, shopping, and activities right outside your door, there’s no better choice for the solo adventurer or couples on-the-go. Unit 301 includes air conditioning, WiFi, large flat screen LCD TV with cable, private lanai, and kitchenette with microwave and refrigerator. Its charming island-style décor makes you feel right at home on vacation.The room is 204 square feet and includes one queen bed.
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Pricing does NOT include 13.416% tax (HI GET of 4.166% and TAT of 9.25%). Taxes will be collected upon check-in.
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Located a block from the golden sands of Waikiki Beach is the Waikiki Grand Hotel. Submit to the easygoing lifestyle of Hawaii in one of our condominiums steps to the shore. Imagine a day-hike to the top of majestic Diamond Head Crater or a bike ride around Kapiolani Park. With the Pacific Ocean at your feet, anything is possible.
Waikiki Grand’s affordable vacation rentals occupy a location just at the edge of Kapiolani Park, home to the Honolulu Zoo and Waikiki Aquarium. We’re just steps to a broad stretch of sandy beach and Kapahulu Pier, which is known for great surfing and boogie boarding.
Whether wading in a calm ocean pool or exploring the urban landscape, there’s a ton to do in and out of the ocean.
- Catch a concert at the Waikiki Shell
- Snorkel with tropical fish at Sans Souci Beach
- Hit the trail to Diamond Head Lookout
- Learn to surf with the legendary Waikiki Beach Boys
- Check out live music along Kalakaua Avenue
- Dive into Waikiki’s sumptuous global cuisine scene
- Get the most value for your money, eat well and have fun
During your stay, you’ll explore a virtual buffet of international cuisine along Kalakaua Avenue. Cafes with macadamia nut pancakes, fresh mahi mahi, poke, and handmade noodles dot the streets. Stay nearby and grab Teddy’s Bigger Burgers, then cocktails with an ocean view at Hula’s Bar & Lei Stand.
Waikiki Grand Hotel is LGBT-friendly and TAG approved, offering an affordable price and a great location. Hawaii is a celebration of color and friendliness, and the place you stay should be, too.