Outrigger Reef on the Beach, one of Waikiki's luxury hotels, has a fantastic location overlooking beautiful Waikiki Beach and is just a stone's throw away from shops, cafés and restaurants which are strung along Waikiki Beach Walk.
Following an extensive, $100 million top-to-bottom renovation, this Waikiki hotel is better equipped than ever to deliver the holiday experience you desire.
Dine at one of the three on-site restaurants for authentic Hawaiian cuisine and traditional live music. Take a taste of the local heritage home with you and get involved with the daily programme of activities including jewellery making, ukulele music lessons and tropical flower crafts.
The Outrigger Reef Waikiki Beach Resort is a premier Waikiki hotel offering its guests a vast array of facilities guaranteed to enhance their holiday experience. Relax on the sundeck by the large outdoor swimming pool or visit the luxury spa with whirlpool for an extensive menu of treatments. Take the short walk to the private beach and make the most of the water sports and surf lessons available. Indulge at the three restaurants, two bars and on-site Starbucks™ Coffee.
Other services include: hair and beauty salon, shopping arcade, laundry and dry cleaning, 24-hour reception, 24-hour fitness centre, tour desk, and room service.
Food, drink & entertainment
This Waikiki hotel features three on-site restaurants serving delicious local dishes and international cuisine. The Ocean House Restaurant serves fresh seafood and local ingredients, enjoy torch-lit dining with stunning views of the Diamond Head volcano. This oceanfront dining venue is open for sunset special dinners through until late evening.
Kani Ka Pila Grille is open all day serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. The name means 'to make music' and this is where you'll find some of Hawaii's most loved musicians performing every night. Socialise with friends and fresh cocktails in this casual dining venue or sample some tasty local appetizers.
The Shore Bird Restaurant & Beach Bar is the perfect spot to enjoy al fresco dining on the beachfront. Grill your own steaks and fish on the open fire, enjoy the fresh salad bar and make the most of the extensive tropical drinks menu. Shore Bird Beach Bar also holds nightly karaoke, happy hours and late night drink specials. In-room dining is also available.
Start your day with a fresh coffee from Starbucks™ or relax in the cafe after a busy day exploring.
Sport, games & activities
The Outrigger Reef On The Beach resort offers guests a taste of the rich Hawaiian heritage. A weekly programme of activities and classes features jewellery making, live Hawaiian music, history of Polynesian tattoos, ukulele lesson, hula lesson, flower crafts, and guided walking tours. Water sports and activities include surfing, paddle boarding, canoeing, catamaran sailing, and reef diving.
Explore the island further and arrange excursions through the Outrigger Activities Centre featuring sunset catamaran sails and Oahu circle island trips. Book into the luxurious LaaKea Spa for indulgent treatments including soothing lava-rock massages, facials, waxing, manicures, and pedicures.
The Outrigger Reef Waikiki Beach Resort is home to 635 beautiful guest rooms and suites featuring an en-suite bathroom with shower and hairdryer. As standard, all rooms include: balcony or terrace, air-conditioning, alarm clock radio, LCD TV, tea and coffee making facilities, telephone, Wi-Fi, fridge, and vanity mirror.
Think of holidays to Hawaii and you'll probably imagine hula dancing on a perfect beach. You'll find plenty of that on these beautiful islands, but there's so much discover inland. Go mountain biking or hiking in stunning mountains, venture through dense forests and walk lava tubes.
Back on the coast, learn to surf gargantuan waves – or just sit back and watch. Hawaii is a captivating destination full of as much adrenalin-fuelled action as you wish. And if you'd prefer to switch off in a pampering spa, or just rock in a hammock between two palms, that's just fine. You'll soon get into the easy-going way of life on Hawaii holidays.
Make your stay here part of a tailor-made American adventure, or head straight to Paradise and kick back. It's up to you.
Hawaii holidays are popular all year round, thanks to good weather. December to March can be a little cooler, but plenty of people visit the islands at this time. If you want to go whale watching, you're most likely to catch a glimpse between January and April.
What you do on Hawaii holidays depends largely on where you stay. Each island has its own personality and host of things to see and do. On Oahu, visit historic Pearl Harbour and the palaces of Iolani and Queen Emma. On other islands, see natural wonders like volcanoes, rainforests and stunning waterfalls. We're happy to advise on what each individual island has to offer. Top notch golf courses, first class spas, steamy rainforests, horse riding, boat trips, island-hopping, mountain biking, surfing and diving are just some of the amazing attractions on offer in this spectacular destination.
Hawaiian cuisine is an exciting mix of worldwide influences including Japanese, Portuguese, and American. Fresh seafood features heavily on most menus. Pull up a seat at one of the islands' many outdoor restaurants and eat out, Hawaiian style. When it comes to drinks, don't miss the chance to try signature tiki cocktails like the Mai Tai.
Whether your idea of the perfect evening is a quiet beach stroll or a spectacular hula performance, there's an evening out to suit you in Hawaii. Hotels have their own bars in-house and some of the larger ones have discos. For late nights and bright lights, head to downtown Honolulu in Oahu, where you'll be spoilt for choice.
It is your responsibility to ensure you have the correct travel insurance and vaccinations and / or special medication for your destination. Please consult your GP for advice at least one month ahead of travel. It is essential that you meet the visa and passport requirements for your chosen destination. Visit the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (http://www.fco.gov.uk) website for up to date entry requirements listed by country.
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