Oahu offers a wide variety of lodging options from budget minded Hostels and quaint Bed and Breakfasts, to luxury Resorts and Hotels. Many of Oahu's accommodations come with a great view whether it be the ocean, mountains or the impressive Oahu skyline. The majority of lodging options are in the Honolulu-Waikiki area but there are some other beautiful spots to be found on the island.
Following are a few points to consider when choosing your Oahu lodging. So browse through our selection of Oahu accommodations. We hope you find the perfect place to stay for your style and budget.
Oahu Condos - Condos are a great lodging option for large groups and families and may be less expensive than hotels or resorts. Many have pools, spas, grilling areas and beautifully landscaped grounds. You can decrease your food budget by staying in a condo as most include a fully equipped kitchen. Condos provide a more homey feeling, allowing more privacy. However, depending on your neighbors, you may hear some late night and early morning noise. If you are going to stay in a condo, be sure you know how to contact the owner or someone on site if you need something. Some condos also have on-site booking agents to assist you with activities, similar to a hotel concierge.
Oahu Hotels & Resorts - Hotels and Resorts can be more expensive than condos or bed and breakfasts depending on the view and how much luxury and convenience you desire. Room service, on-site restaurants, stores and entertainment, maid service, pools, spas, exercise rooms, and a concierge all increase your cost but are wonderful benefits of hotel and resort lodging. Your tolerance for noise and desire for privacy are also other things to consider when choosing a hotel or resort.
Oahu Bed & Breakfasts - Bed and Breakfasts may be your least expensive lodging alternative. If you enjoy meeting other travelers, desire privacy, quiet, romance and unique surroundings, a bed and breakfast is probably a good choice for you. Gourmet breakfasts are another plus but sometimes you have to eat at a specified time and place. Local hosts are experts on what to do in Hawaii and often will give you insider tips and even help you book your activities. If having a private bathroom is of concern to you, be sure to ask if one is provided.