About Honolulu Villas
Our Honolulu luxury rentals are a unique benefit to travelers as its city life feel in an island setting. You can alternate between fast-paced nightlife experiences, high end shopping and casual beach days with nothing but relaxation on the itinerary. Spas, golf, palaces and lots of incredible dining and sights await for the traveler seeking to indulge throughout the stay.
Things To Do
Honolulu, Oahu's capital city, is known for the city of Waikiki as one of the major places for things to do in the area. Several golf courses designed by pros, including Arnold Palmer, are located within a 10-, 20- and 30-minute drive, which are championship, municipal and resort courses.
Check out the Waikiki Beach Walk for a variety of cultural activities, including lei making, hula lessons, learning about the Hawaiian language and lessons about ukulele and other instruments. The Waikiki Beach Walk is a shopping and entertainment complex so indulge in some appetizers and cocktails in between your exploration of island culture. Visit the palaces where you'll learn about Hawaiian royalty and the easternmost point of Oahu, Makapuu Point Lighthouse. You can visit Hanauma Bay and then drive 15 minutes to the lighthouse accessible via a two-mile paved walk.
Honolulu's day spas, both locally-owned and resort spas, are the ultimate indulgences for both women and men. Pamper yourself with a treatment or a day's worth or, at the very least, opt for a romantic massage on the beach for two.
Eat And Shop
Waikiki Beach Walk offers handcrafted items and brand name shops, plus a variety of eateries. Honolulu itself is home to a blend of cuisines, including Asian Fusion, Cambodian, Thai, Latin American, Turkish and all the popular favorites, plus seafood and local island fare.
Boutiques to major malls with an open air atmosphere are both located near our Honolulu luxury rentals, so reward yourself while you're on vacation. Handbags, jewelry, gourmet foods, island apparel, coffee and high-end designer items are available when you shop in Honolulu.
TheBus and trolleys are good options when you're visiting specific sites and are not in the mood to worry about parking. Renting a car is best for getting around