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Oahu hotels

Most hotels in Oahu are spread along the world-famous Waikiki Beach. It's still a beautiful stretch of shore (the first hotels on the island—the Sheraton Moana Surfrider and the Halekulani—are still in operation here), and the most convenient place to stay if you'd rather not drive and don't mind the high-rises and crowds. The Aqua chain has brought hip and affordable boutique hotels to the area, which are very popular with Japanese tourists. But luxury can also be found on the remote and less-developed North Shore at the Turtle Bay Resort, and on the island's quieter, more residential southwest coast (where the calm man-made beaches at Ko Olina are great for families). A nice compromise is the newly renovated Kahala Resort (formerly the Mandarin Oriental), with its own private beach. It's just ten minutes outside Waikiki, but well positioned for escapes via scenic Highway 72.

Everyone's Honolulu hotel fantasy includes a room with a view of the surf, but you'll pay a pretty penny for that. (And you won't always hear that surf—ask first, if that matters to you.) Don't worry if a garden room is all your budget will allow: They're usually just as close to the beach as the more expensive units.

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Waikiki Parc, Honolulu

Halekulani's little-sister property, this 297-room tower isn't beachfront—although you can quickly reach the sand via footpath—and has no grounds to...more

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Turtle Bay Resort, Kahuku

Ideally located on a five-mile stretch of a secluded North Shore bay, this luxurious 880-acre property has a high hip factor. In addition to being the...more

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Trump Waikiki, Honolulu

Some people call the Trump Waikiki home, which explains why the bellmen at this condo hotel greet people by name, and why service and security are top-notch...more

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Royal Hawaiian Hotel, Honolulu

After a multimillion-dollar renovation, completed in 2009, fans of the iconic pink palace can breathe a sigh of relief: The Royal Hawaiian Hotel is more...more

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The Modern Honolulu, Honolulu

Opened in October 2010, the first of Ian Schrager's Edition concept hotels (for Marriott) is predictably pretentious, but dazzles. A surfboard collage mounted...more

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Kahala Hotel & Resort, Honolulu

Set on a sheltered beach just a ten-minute drive from Waikiki, this 338-room resort was a Mandarin Oriental until 2006. With the new ownership came a...more

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JW Marriott Ihilani Resort & Spa, Kapolei

This west-coast 16-story resort has an "open, airy lobby and plantation shutters." Azul specializes in fresh fish and aged steaks; Naupaka Terrace focuses on...more

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Hotel Renew, Honolulu

The 72-room Hotel Renew, Waikiki's only "design hotel," is a favorite among fashion and film industry types from New York and California. Originally part of the...more

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Halekulani, Honolulu

Since opening in 1917 on this prime Waikiki beachfront spot, the Halekulani has grown to 454 rooms—but it still manages to feel like the most intimate,...more

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Best Western Coconut Waikiki, Honolulu

The Best Western Coconut Waikiki—an 80-room, very cheap, and extremely cheerful hotel located on the Ala Wai Canal side of Waikiki—is a great place...more

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