Do You Want To Visit Honolulu?
When you dream of a Hawaiian vacation, what comes to mind?
Is it the white sand beaches, roaring volcanoes, towering surf waves, brilliantly colored hibiscus flower necklaces, or hula dancing girls?
If any of those sound idyllic, you’re dreaming of Honolulu!
Where to Stay
If you’re looking for luxury with a natural, untouched wilderness feel, look no further than Hotel LaCroix.
Complete with 3 saltwater infinity pools, this boutique accommodation is known for its elegance and modern approach to amenities.
Rated #1 in value on TripAdvisor, it’s worth checking out!
At the Shoreline Waikiki, you’ll experience an immersion in culture incomparable to other hotels.
Shoreline Waikiki is committed to providing exceptionally comfortable suites with magnificent ocean-facing terraces.
This centrally located hotel offers quick access to popular activities in Honolulu, including the international market place, Waikiki beach, and Honolulu’s art district.
Where to Eat
When visiting Honolulu, you must take an evening to explore authentic, traditional Hawaiian meals.
Helena’s Hawaiian Food has been serving original dishes since 1946, priding themselves on infusing the Aloha spirit into their entrees.
This family run restaurant has been a local favorite for 60 years, winning several industry awards for their homestyle native Hawaiian cooking.
You cannot go to Hawaii without trying their fish, and Ono Seafood provides the freshest on the island.
Specializing in sushi and poke bowls, Ono’s has been a local and tourist favorite for years.
Best to go in between peak-meal hours, as this casual eatery becomes extremely popular!
Make a reservation at Hy’s Steakhouse for an elegant, fine dining experience.
Tasteful traditional dishes are reinvented with a modern, sophisticated palette to make up Hy’s seasonally inspired menu.
If you love culinary extravagance, visit Hy’s and discover why they’ve been known as the best steakhouse in Hawaii for over 40 years.
Things to Do
Hit the sands at world-famous Waikiki Beach, where shimmering turquoise waters surround two miles of powdery white sand.
Walk the beach, catch some sun, or attempt surfing where it was first invented!
Take a historical tour of Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona to learn more about our nation’s role in World War II.
The museum can only be accessed by boat, giving visitors a more up close view of the sunken wreckage of the 1941 attacks.
Feeling especially adventurous?
Sign up for a swim with the sharks!
Watch the world swim around you from the safety of a secure steel cage, if you’re extremely lucky, you might even see a humpback whale!
Written By: Abby Ebb (Travel Secrets VIPs Official Intern)