Soak up the Hawaii style and incredible views from this independently-owned-and-run hotel.

Life is about enjoying the cool and quirky style and the uninterrupted views of Diamond Head at this landmark Waikiki hotel. It’s all white-washed walls, fresh pastel colours and décor that depicts the island’s renowned surf scene in fun and funky artworks; you’ll know exactly where you are here. Every has been thoughtfully remodelled including the pool deck which may just have the best views of any pool in the area. There’s a bar and grill just a few steps away from the pools edge so it’s not too far to move from your sun lounger to grab a cocktail and some all-American dishes which have been infused with some Hawaiian flavours.  Knots Coffee Roasters is the hotel’s other drinking and dining venue and it has a menu of light dishes, coffees, teas and speciality drinks as well as a selection of signature cocktails – mai tai anyone?

We love the new look rooms at Queen Kapiolani and whether you go for a simple Standard Room, a Cityview Room or a highly-recommended Diamond Head View Room you know that it’s going to be comfortable, full of light and refreshingly modern. The Junior Suites are a bit more spacious and have either Diamond Head or Waikiki Beach views.

4 stars
Oahu
At the southern end of Waikiki, next to the Kapi’olani Regional Park
Approx. 20 minutes from Honolulu airport

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Grill/bar, coffee shop/café

It is standard practice for resorts/hotels within the USA to charge a mandatory resort fee which is payable locally.

This fee can be anywhere between 5USD to 40 USD per room per night and is not included in the cost of your Kuoni holiday.

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