Oahu Revealed – Resort Reviews

Where to Stay in Oahu

Here are some of the top Oahu Resorts that we have reviewed. Each review is unbiased and based on our personal visits. Our team regularly visits these resorts and reviews them for your benefit. You can also find Oahu resorts in our app for free! There you can filter them the way you want to find your perfect place to stay.

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Featured Resorts

Turtle Bay Resort
Turtle Bay Resort

Turtle Bay Resort

This 840-acre resort is on 5 miles of beaches. On our visit for this edition it was looking the best we’ve seen it. The place seems to have a very low-key, relaxed vibe overall, and the staff is nice. New owners have slowly but steadily been putting money—well over...

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Sheraton Waikiki
Sheraton Waikiki

Sheraton Waikiki

Although there are bigger resorts, this 31-story tower is the biggest single hotel building in all Hawai‘i. It’s so big you can actually get lost in the hallways, which keep going and going and going. You can do a lot of walking at this sprawling hotel, which can...

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Hyatt Centric Waikiki Beach
Hyatt Centric Waikiki Beach

Hyatt Centric Waikiki Beach

This is probably the only "new" resort in Waikiki that, unlike others, wasn't a resort before it opened in late 2016. It had a previous life as an office building, which gives it some added benefits, such as 12-foot ceilings, unique room layouts and a lobby on the...

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Hyatt Regency Waikiki
Hyatt Regency Waikiki

Hyatt Regency Waikiki

The Hyatt Regency is one of the bigger Waikiki resorts. It consists of two towers surrounding a huge, open atrium with gobs of shops and a three-story man-made waterfall that makes for an impressive lobby. Their 10,000-sq.-ft. Na Ho‘ola Spa has some breathtaking...

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Holiday Inn Express Waikiki
Holiday Inn Express Waikiki

Holiday Inn Express Waikiki

Formerly the Maile Sky Court, they did a good job of turning around a very dated property, but certain things couldn't be changed because they're part of the original building—for example, no room has a lanai. Rooms are basic, clean and modern without being overly...

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Halekulani
Halekulani

Halekulani

Wow, where do we start? This is an awesome and relaxing resort. It started as a private home back the in late 1800s and has been a hotel since 1907 when rooms went for about $6, but it opened in its current form in 1984. Services are unmatched here. For instance,...

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