The city of Honolulu is the capital and largest city in the state of Hawaii. Situated on Oahu Island in the Pacific Ocean, Honolulu has long been a popular tourist destination with both Americans and visitors from around the world. Fantastic beaches like Waikiki Beach can be found here as well as great weather, and many different attractions. Accommodation in Honolulu is great for holidaymakers who want to enjoy the Hawaiian weather, but experience the city’s lively atmosphere too.
When most holidaymakers think of holidays in Honolulu they think of beaches and surfing, and there’s no doubt that these two things feature highly in many holidays to this Hawaiian city! For starters when you stay in self catering accommodation in Honolulu you may want to visit one of the world’s most famous beaches, Waikiki Beach, but there are numerous other great beaches to enjoy too such as the quieter section of Waikiki, called Kuhio Beach, or maybe Sandy Beach or Halona Beach Cove will be the most local to your Honolulu accommodation.
The beaches are great for sunbathing, surfing and other water sports and your self catering accommodation in Honolulu is also great to use as a base for further exploration of Hawaii. Walking and hiking in the hills is popular and often affords excellent views. In the evenings, Honolulu has a vibrant nightlife and great restaurants to enjoy.
Being a sizeable city Honolulu has plenty of places to visit. Its military memorials are popular as after all it was the attack on Pearl Harbour, just north of the city, that brought the USA into World War 2. Memorials include the Battleship Missouri Memorial, the USS Arizona Memorial, and the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. In addition to these there are a variety of interesting museums in Honolulu too including the Bishop Museum and The Contemporary Museum.
Self catering accommodation in Honolulu is also great to use as a base for visiting the rest of the island of Oahu too, and there’s plenty more to see around the island!
Self catering accommodation in Honolulu can be visited throughout the year with the hot climate that the city enjoys. Summers are particularly dry, and though winters are wetter rainfall is much lower than in many other destinations.
Honolulu self catering accommodation is easy to get to with the Honolulu International Airport just a few miles from the city centre. Numerous airlines fly to Honolulu, and from Europe you’re likely to make a connection in a city such as Los Angeles before heading out to Hawaii. Airlines include United Airlines, American Airlines, and Northwest Airlines.