PM Rating - 7
PM Ranking - Great location, True Hawaiian Experience, Iconic Property
PM Tips - A great spot to sit on the beach and view the fireworks every Friday evening. The Kani Ka Pila Grill located at the entrance of the property is a great spot to unwind after dinner for a nightcap and listen to live Hawaiian music
(Open Air) and very relaxing.
Gorgeously located on iconic Waikiki Beach! Immerse in traditional Hawaiian culture at a beachfront retreat where Hawaiian royalty came to heal and rejuvenate, sharing the Arts & Culture of Hawaii, Guests are invited to take part in a variety of daily cultural activities such as ukulele, fresh flower lei making or hula at the Hale O' No'eau Cultural Center. Couples can experience a traditional Hawaiian Vow Renewal Ceremony - with accompanying chants and hula - right on Waikiki Beach. Advantaging the Resort's expansive pool deck area, guests delight in an extraordinary pool experience with 3 whirl pool spas, over 100+ pool lounge chairs and may reserve one of 6 private poolside Hale (Cabana). Into the evening as the perfect setting for poolside live Hawaiian music under the stars complimented with Kani Ka Pila Grille's menu offerings and bottle service. Spectacular Oceanfront dining at the open-air Reef Bar & Market Grill. Club guests relax in the exclusive Voyager 47 Club Lounge starting the day with complimentary full breakfast and unwind at sunset for complimentary evening appetizers, Signature Cocktail, craft beer & select wines while overlooking iconic Waikiki Beach.
Get to know Hawaii from the inside out with an all-day tour that circles
the entire island, covering 120 miles of Oahu's best sightseeing spots. For a close-up view of a seawater eruption, you'll visit Hawaii's own
Old Faithful known as the "Blow Hole", where you'll witness oceanside
water play at full-force. Besides Sandy Beach - a favorite for body
surfers, you'll venture to the most celebrated surfing zones in the
world along the North Shore - Waimea Bay, Sunset Beach and the spectacular Banzai Pipeline. You'll stop at Kualoa Ranch for a scenic tour ride into the Koolau Mountains overlooking Chinaman's Hat and
Kaneohe Bay. At Dole Plantation you will learn about the history of Hawaii's pineapple industry. In colorful contrast to the brilland blue
of the crystalline waters, you'll also find emerald oceans of shimmering pineapple and sugar cane fields waving gently in the breeze. Take a
glimpse into the Hawaii of long ago as you pass remnants of old
homesteads on your return to Waikiki. Be sure to bring your camera to
record the marvels that gave Hawaii its name and reputation as Paradise.