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Price and Availability Index in Waikīkī
Holiday Letting Price Information in Waikīkī
The graph shows the average letting prices for the next twelve months in Waikīkī. Prices rise in December and reach an average of $392 a night (22/12 - 29/12), making it the most expensive time to book a rental in the next 12 months. On the other hand, in August you will find the cheapest prices (24/08 - 31/08). Prices this week are on average $245 a night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Waikīkī
The graph shows the weekly availability rate in Waikīkī for the next twelve months. In a week of December (22/12 - 29/12), 82% of the holiday homes are booked. On the other hand, the week with the most available offers is in September (28/09 - 05/10).
The weather in Waikīkī
Check out the climate diagram for Waikīkī. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 19° in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is January.
Why Waikīkī holiday cottages are life-changing
A stay in holiday lettings in Waikīkī will change your life. The island's famous volcanoes are even more breathtaking when illuminated by the electric sunsets that gild Honolulu's southern shore. Come to the home of surfing and allow the waves to wash away your cares. Dig into sumptuous seafood and mouthwatering traditional Hawaiian dishes, party the night away, or enjoy the energy and drama of traditional hula dances.
Ancient and modern Polynesian culture in Waikīkī
Hawaii's number one art gallery, the Honolulu Museum of Art, is located in Waikīkī, mere minutes from your holiday home. Some 60,000 works comprise the collection, which takes visitors on a tour of Asian art through the centuries. European treasures are also housed at the museum, which offers guided tours of the collection on a walk-in basis.
How about a royal day trip to the spectacular Iolani Palace? Regal grandeur awaits visitors to this dramatic Honolulu monument. Former residence of King Kalākaua and Queen Liliuokalani, the palace's ornate interiors house the crown jewels. You can also see stunning artefacts such as the Queen's quilt, and a statue of King Kamehameha. Round off your explorations with a trip to the Polynesian Cultural Center, which shines a light on the traditional Hawaiian culture and offers visitors experiences like canoe rides, ukulele lessons and kalua pork banquets.
Family fun in Waikīkī
Waikīkī holiday cottages offer your family the holiday of a lifetime. Take advantage of this idyllic destination's world-famous beaches and surfing heritage by trying a stand-up paddleboard, or sailing a catamaran on the glittering Pacific Ocean. Alternatively, plunge beneath the water's surface on snorkelling and diving trips to discover the diversity and beauty of the undersea world.
The natural playgrounds of Waikīkī present new vistas of play for children. Dip into the green oases of Kapiolani Park, Ala Moana Beach Park and Fort DeRussy Beach Park, and enjoy sports beneath the shivering palm trees. Kapiolani is the oldest and largest of Hawaii's beaches, boasting century-old trees, sports fields and picnic sites. Discover the exotic flora and fauna along the spectacular landscape.
You can play all day in the sunshine at Ala Moana Beach Park, which stretches for 1km in a smile-like crescent. The nearby mall, tennis courts and picnic tables are popular, while white-sailed yachts cruise soundlessly on the glimmering ocean. Charter yours at the Yacht Club, or head to the 600m beach at Fort DeRussy. You'll find a variety of helpful amenities here, including sports equipment, showers and food stalls.
Sunsets and sparkling nightlife
When you stay in holiday lettings in Waikīkī, you have some of the glitziest entertainment in Hawaii on your doorstep. Make your way to Chinatown, where the majority of Honolulu's clubs and bars cluster. Bar 35 boasts 150 beers, while Scarlet Club is the first dedicated LGBT venue on the island. Nearer home in Waikīkī, the array of daytime attractions is augmented by a free firework show every Friday night. Watch the lights reflect in Kahanamoku Lagoon from your Waikīkī holiday home.
Why not catch a traditional Hawaiian hula dancing performance at Kuhio Beach? Traditional dances are performed here every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Inaugurated by the sounding of a conch shell, these dances are a thrilling experience. Royal Grove's hula show features contemporary renditions of traditional tunes by local musicians. Or watch a procession on Kalakaua Avenue as the sun sets. The half-hour performance of Tahitian dancing terminates at the Queen's Court, paying tribute to the late sovereign, Queen Emma.
Out and about near your holiday cottage in Waikīkī
A number of world-class attractions and fascinating destinations await you, conveniently close by your holiday cottage in Waikīkī. Take a stroll along the gleaming promenade of Ala Wai Harbor for instance, where impressive yachts bob, before diving into the turquoise water of Duke Kahanamoku Lagoon. Fresh seawater is pumped into this idyllic swimming pool daily, making it a favourite with families and water sports enthusiasts.
World-famous Pearl Harbor is also on your doorstep when you stay in a holiday cottage in Waikīkī. A trip to the Visitor Center offers you a fascinating insight into one of the most important moments in American history. The events of the attack are reconstructed through videos, contemporary photographs and testimonies. You'll learn about the impact of the war on Hawaii and the impressive military technologies that played a pivotal part in the war.
Diamond Head volcano is one of Hawaii's most spectacular. You can experience the landmark by following the hiking trail which winds around its summit, offering jaw-dropping views of Waikīkī's coastline. Along the way, you'll learn about the geological and military significance of the dormant volcano. This state monument occupies nearly two square kilometres and was created by a vast eruption some 300,000 years ago.
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