Island Attractions

Prince Waikiki offers the most convenient access to Honolulu’s diverse neighborhoods. It’s just a short stroll to Ala Moana Beach Park or the Duke Kahanamoku Lagoon and Beach, and mere steps from Waikiki’s shopping, nightlife and island-style entertainment. We’re also minutes from the Hawaii Convention Center; stylish dining and local retail in historic Chinatown; Honolulu’s arts district featuring theatre, galleries and museums; the up-and-coming Kaka‘ako retail and dining neighborhood; and of course just around the corner from open-air Ala Moana Shopping Center.


  • Waikiki Beach
  • Ala Moana Beach
  • Kahanamoku Beach
  • Duke Kahanamoku Lagoon
  • Diamond Head Beach / Hike
  • Hanauma Bay
  • Hawaii Convention Center
  • Salt Kaka’ako
  • USS Arizona Memorial
  • Honolulu Museum of Art (Beretania and Contemporary Art Museum)
  • Iolani Palace


  • 100 Sails Restaurant & Bar
  • Katsumidori Sushi Tokyo
  • Tango Contemporary Café
  • Nobu Honolulu
  • Moku Kitchen
  • Lucky Belly
  • The Pig and the Lady
  • Scratch Kitchen & Bake Shop
  • Livestock Tavern
  • Alan Wong’s
  • Piggy Smalls
  • Scratch Kitchen & Meatery


  • Ala Moana Center
  • Luxury Row
  • Ward Center