Oahu Where Aloha Begins HawaiiHotels and Resorts in Oahu

Although many adventurers choose Oahu for the luminous beaches and shimmering waters, there’s a wide array of attractions on this island wonder. Brushed by sultry breezes and infused with the scent of exotic flowers, this lush hideaway will kindle the romantic passions within you. Hike to the crest of the world-famous Diamond Head to watch a blazing sunset over Waikiki Beach. There are endless rainforests and mountains to explore. Catch glimpses of cascading waterfalls, rare birds and the explosive colors of wild orchids. Surfers come from around the world to catch the swells at Waimea Bay, the gentle break at Sunset Beach and the spine-tingling Bonzai Pipeline. Other water diversions thrill as well, including jet skiing, sailing and kayaking. Honolulu is a bustling city, overflowing with incredible shopping, unequalled dining and energetic nightlife. And no trip to Oahu is complete without a visit to the stirring museum honoring those who died at Pearl Harbor.

 
Hotels and Resorts in Oahu
  Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa, Ko Olina, Hawaii
  Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina
  Turtle Bay Resort
  The Surfjack Hotel and Swim Club
  Courtyard Oahu North Shore

Oahu Hawaii TravelFun Fact: Oahu and its most famous city, Honolulu, are often mistaken for each other. Most visitors think the name of the island is Honolulu, mainly because its best-known neighborhood, Waikiki, is what made Hawaii so popular many years ago.