Honolulu GuideHonolulu, on the island of Oahu, is the capital and largest city of the state of Hawaii. It is the center of government, transportation, and commerce for the state; home to a population of nearly one million people in the metro area and Hawaii's best known tourist destination, Waikiki Beach. HotelsFind hotels in Honolulu, including Trump International Hotel Waikiki Beach Walk, Embassy Suites Waikiki Beach Walk, Halekulani Hotel, Aston Waikiki Beach Tower, Outrigger Reef on the Beach, Polynesian Plaza and Outrigger Waikiki on the Beach. AttractionsDiscover attractions around Honolulu including Honolulu Zoo, Kawaiahao Church, St Andrew's Cathedral, President William McKinley High School, Hawaii State Art Museum, Cathedral of Our Lady of Peace and University of Hawaii at Manoa.
Popular in HonoluluWaikikiWaikiki is a district of the city of Honolulu, on the island of Oahu in Hawaii. Waikiki is the area of Honolulu bounded by the Ala Wai Canal to the north and east, the Diamond Head crater to the south and the Pacific Ocean to the west. Manoa-MakikiManoa-Makiki is an area of Honolulu, made up of the neighborhoods of Manoa, Makiki, and Nu'uanu, located in the foothills of the Ko'olau Mountains north of Downtown Honolulu. DowntownDowntown Honolulu is the commercial, governmental, and cultural center of the Hawaiian Islands.
In HonoluluEasternEastern Honolulu is an area of Honolulu, made up of several neighborhoods between the Diamond Head crater near Waikiki and Makapu'u Point, the very southeastern corner of Oahu. WesternWestern Honolulu is an area of Honolulu, made up of the neighborhoods between Downtown Honolulu and Pearl Harbor.