Aloha! In the state capital of Honolulu, our hotel’s guests won’t be at a loss for what to do. Downtown features amazing art galleries and museums, so take an art walk through Chinatown to view Ramsay Museum’s fine ink drawings (magnifying glasses are provided) or the eclectic styles of Arts at Mark’s Garage.
Further south, you’ll find Waikiki, the best place to bask on the beaches and enjoy luxury shopping at Dior, Chanel and Prada by day. Welcome the evening on Kuhio Avenue with authentic Hawaiian cuisine—ahi tuna, green curry Keahole lobster or poke (raw fish salad)—and then hit the clubs at this leading spot for Honolulu nightlife.
Hotel guests who want to explore the beauty of Honolulu further should head to Diamond Head to explore this dormant volcano. The steep, .8-mile climb is worth the enchanting view of the shoreline and first-hand look at local military history: The summit is home to the Fire Control Station, built in 1911. If this hike inspires you to see more history, then head from your hotel in Honolulu to the US Army Museum of Hawaii, Pearl Harbor or Nuuanu Pali Lookout, where you can walk in the footsteps of King Kamehameha I, conquerer of O’ahu.
Just an FYI, for those that plan to travel to Hawaii and are thinking of visiting... --kharada46