A small piece of paradise located on the island of Oahu´s south shore, Honolulu is a destination with offerings for all kinds of travelers.
Enjoy dining, nightlife and shopping in the Waikiki neighborhood while gazing at the iconic crescent beach with Diamond Head crater looming in the background landscape. As a historic center, the city is home to WWII sites such as the USS Arizona Memorial in Pearl Harbor.
Honolulu is home to a variety of different environments. Here you can find rainforest, canyons, waterfalls, and beaches with coral reefs. The city has world-class resorts and more local and low-key accommodations options to welcome guests looking for a wide variety of adventures and experiences.
Weather is nice in Honolulu all year-round, so most of your travel considerations should focus on prices. The least expensive months to visit are April, May, September, October, November and the first 2 weeks of December. On the other hand, the most expensive times to visit are December 22 to January 3, and high season months of January, February, and March.
Truly a paradise resort, Honolulu in Hawaii is the gateway to the white sand beaches of the Hawaiian Islands. The capital of Hawaii, Honolulu on the Island of Oahu south shore is an incredible place for a once-in-a-lifetime vacation. From dining, shopping and nightlife in the iconic Waikiki beach neighbourhood to exploring United States history by visiting sites of the Pearl Harbor, there is something for everyone.
This island resort is full of outdoor activities to enjoy in the glorious sunshine. One of the most popular spots to spend a day outside is Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve. Voted best beach in 2016, this incredible natural preserve has lots to see.
Protected as a conservation area in 1967, the underwater park of Hanauma Bay is a fantastic place for snorkeling. Visitors can take a snorkel tour of the area and learn about the incredible ecosystem and the marine life living within this preserve. Be aware it is closed on Tuesday so plan a trip around this day.
Another park to visit while in Honolulu is Diamond Head State Monument. This amazing hike takes walkers to the edge of a 300,000 year old crater which has an incredible view of the Pacific Ocean and Honolulu. Hikers are advised to bring water and suitable shoes as parts towards the end of this hike are steep.
There are still plenty of indoor activities if vacationers want to get out of the sun. Learn about Hawaii’s Royal past by taking a trip to the Iolani Palace, see some native animals at Honolulu Zoo and round off a day out by eating, shopping and relaxing in one of the many venues at Ala Moana Center – the largest open-air shopping center in the world.
There are so many rentals in Honolulu from a one bed to a luxury vacation home.
The cheapest place to pick up a bed for the night in Honolulu is just $10 but the average cost for staying in this resort is about $292. Relax after a day hiking and sightseeing in one of more than 1,000 places to stay that have a pool or jacuzzi, and with WiFi available at more than 2,923 places, it is easy to stay in touch with family or work back home.
Breakfast is included at 81 locations and 640 places have a gym on site. For families travelling with a four-legged friend, there are 125 pet-friendly vacation rentals bookable all year round. Why not stay somewhere unusual in Honolulu? There is a two bed treehouse for rental and even a stream-side apartment.
Mid-April to early June or between September and December is the best time to visit Honolulu. The area is less crowded during these months and accommodation is cheaper than in the peak summer months of July and August.
The hottest time in Honolulu is in May when temperatures get up to around 90 Degrees F. October is when it is coldest with temperatures of about 58 degrees F and visitors should avoid traveling to Hawaii in February if they don’t like rain as there is the highest amount of rainfall in this month. July has the driest conditions with less than half an inch of rain all month.
Midweek is the best time to arrive with accommodation cheapest and easiest to book on a Tuesday or a Wednesday. The weekends and Friday arrivals will cost more and, as this is the most popular time to arrive, vacationers will have less choice for places to stay.
Browse accommodations from all the leading providers including Airbnb, Priceline, Hostelworld and others at AllTheRooms.com. AllTheRooms has 4,776 vacation rentals, hotels and other great places to stay during your time in Honolulu, with everything from cheap hostels and homestays to extravagant Airbnbs and hotels. A trip to Honolulu can be budget-friendly - the lowest price rental is available at $10 per night. The average price of a rental is $277 per night.
If you have to have internet access during your stay in Honolulu, then you can choose from over 2,695 places to stay that have WiFi internet. We have 67 accommodations that include a breakfast included. Choose from 635 accommodations that provide gym facilities, so you don't miss a single workout. If you're planning on arriving in Honolulu by car, be sure to choose from 2,160 accommodations that provide parking. We track 954 hotels and vacation rentals that have a pool or jacuzzi.
If you're traveling with your best friend, then make sure to select one of the 116 pet-friendly accommodations available.
In Honolulu AllTheRooms currently compares hotels, vacation rentals, hostels from more than 5 providers, including 1,555 places to stay from Airbnb, 6 accommodations from Priceline and 6 places to stay from Hostelworld.
3,347 of the places to stay in Honolulu have been rated by previous guests. They rated 66% as excellent or good. 1,858 places to stay in are instantly bookable.