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Vacation rental apartments in Honolulu

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30 Day Stays Welcome

Located in the heart of Waikiki '2413 Kuhio' is ideal for remote workers and longer stays with a full kitchen, space studio floorplan and full bathroom. Styled with modern comfortable furnishings and featuring its own “Spectrum Internet Ultra” Service - 400Mb x 20Mb" and WiFi, plus ethernet cables available upon request for direct connection.

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1.5 Blocks To Waikiki Beach & High Speed Internet

Located in the heart of Waikiki '2413 Kuhio' is ideal for remote workers and longer stays with a full kitchen, space studio floorplan and full bathroom. Styled with modern comfortable furnishings and featuring its own “Spectrum Internet Ultra” Service - 400Mb x 20Mb" and WiFi, plus ethernet cables available upon request for direct connection.

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Waikiki Bungalow

YOU WILL BE BLOWN AWAY BY GORGEOUS VIEWS OF WAIKIKI BEACH AND DIAMOND HEAD. THIS MODERN RESIDENCE IS NEWLY RENOVATED AND EXTREMELY CLEAN. LOCATED JUST A FEW STEPS AWAY FROM WAIKIKI BEACH, RESTAURANTS, AND ATTRACTIONS. Unit is located on the third floor of building, upstairs from Hula’s Bar & Lei Stand. There is a potential for bar noise. Unit is priced accordingly. All Taxes and Fees included in price.

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Stay near Honolulu's top sights

Photo of Waikiki Beach
Waikiki Beach19 locals recommend
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Honolulu Zoo115 locals recommend
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World War II Valor In The Pacific National Monument32 locals recommend
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Manoa Falls49 locals recommend
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International Market Place74 locals recommend
Photo of Diamond Head State Monument
Diamond Head State Monument152 locals recommend

Houses in Honolulu

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Cheerful Corner of Paradise Tax/Fibernet included
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Moanalua 3
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Private Room with private entrance
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Newly renovated 1 B close to Waikiki beach
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Paradise on a Budget #2
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Small Quaint Private Room
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Central Guest House - Monthly Only
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E COMO MAI 2
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$1200/mo room with views close to UH Manoa
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Private Room D
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Aloha hawaiian Private Room A
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NEW▶Mountain RV-NO.7▶Open Free parking!

Pet-friendly apartments

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Modern Waikiki Studio #210 *90 DAYS MINIMUM
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Colony Surf Oceanfront Condo Studio/over the beach
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Simply Beautiful Waikīkī Apartment
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Open plan one bedroom 29 Floor Penthouse.
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Beautiful Hilltop Studio with Stunning views.
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Mid Century and the Sea in Waikiki
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Huge Apt near Waikiki w/King Bed & Private Lanai!
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Hawaiian Rainforest Paradise-get-a-way Home Share!
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Heart of Waikiki One bedroom PARKING WIFI KITCHEN
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Bright and Breezy Manoa apartment
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Surf , Work, Shop & Dine Central Waikiki
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30, 60 and 90 Day Stays Welcome

Apartments with kitchens

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Amazing Condo /❤️of Waikiki beach No taxes no fees
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Makiki_private room for budge
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Jewel in Sky by Hilton Hawaiian beach
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Waikiki Royal Condo Steps from the Beach
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Waikiki Renovated Modern Studio
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Private room. Warm, welcoming and tons of aloha.
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Beautiful Waikiki Ocean View Studio
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21D | Floral Themed For 1-2 | Shared Apartment
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Cute Waikiki Studio
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15A | Budget room for 1 in Honolulu!
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Renovated Cozy Studio with Great View
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19B | Honu Bedroom for 1-2 | Shared Apartment

Your guide to Honolulu

All About Honolulu

As the political and cultural capital of Hawaii, Honolulu is home to a number of historic sites amongst its white-sand beaches and swaying palm trees. Here you’ll find the Pearl Harbour National Memorial, one of the United States’ older Chinatowns, and ‘Iolani Palace, which served as the official residence of the Hawaiian royal family. Located on the island of Oahu, Honolulu offers an incredible array of cultural activities, allowing visitors to learn more about Hawaiian cuisines, customs, and traditional dances.

Waikiki Beach blends beautiful white sand, cerulean water, high-rise buildings, and the dramatic presence of Diamond Head volcano to create one of America’s most famous beach resorts, just a 15-minute drive from the city centre. Honolulu also serves as a gateway for the natural attractions of Oahu, including Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve, where more than 400 species of tropical fish can be seen, and the island’s North Shore, a surfing mecca in the winter and a tranquil swimming spot in the summer.


How do I get around Honolulu?

Most visitors will likely arrive at Honolulu’s Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (HNL). From there, you can get a bus or taxi to downtown. If you plan on travelling around the island, the most convenient option for getting to the city centre is to rent a car at the airport. This will save you time later on, as many of Oahu’s major attractions have limited public transportation options. Having your own vehicle will also give you the freedom to visit some of Oahu’s more wild, remote locales. In downtown Honolulu, you can walk to many of the city’s attractions or take one of the frequent city buses.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Honolulu?

Thanks to the year-round pleasant weather and plethora of things to do across Oahu, there is no bad time to secure your vacation rental in Honolulu. The shoulder seasons of spring and autumn are typically quieter, as the summer and winter crowds have thinned out a bit. The city also hosts several festivals, including the Honolulu Festival, a three-day celebration in March of Asian, Pacific, and Hawaiian cultures featuring local art, music, and dance performances, and the Aloha Festival in September, which is the largest cultural festival in the state and showcases Hawaiian heritage, dance, and music. Oahu doesn’t generally get hit by hurricanes, and during the rainy season, rain showers are normally short and hard, leaving you plenty of hours of sunshine.


What are the top things to do in Honolulu?

Diamond Head

Located at the end of Waikiki Beach is the iconic Diamond Head, a volcanic mountain topped by a 300,000-year-old crater. You can hike up it through lush green forests, catching frequent sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean along the way.

‘Iolani Palace

Built in 1882, ‘Iolani Palace was the residence of Queen Lili‘uokalani, Hawaii’s last queen, and is the only royal palace on American soil. Now a museum, the palace has been meticulously restored; take a guided tour to explore the grand hall, state dining room, and residential suites to get a glimpse of what life was like for Hawaiian royalty before Hawaii became part of the United States.

Pearl Harbor National Memorial

The attacks on Pearl Harbor in December 1941 brought the United States military into World War II. Visitors can pay their respects at the USS Arizona Memorial, a floating platform that sits above the sunken battleship in the harbour and serves as an open-air shrine for the lives that were lost.