Popular Lettings in Honolulu
Highlights in Honolulu
- Paradise beaches
- Cradle of surfing
- Aloha Tower
- Museum of Hawaiian Art
Most popular in Honolulu
Prices and availability
Types of Honolulu holiday rentals
Are you organizing a trip to Honolulu and need a holiday rental for your stay? Holidu puts at your disposal a magnificent search engine of tourist rentals, rural houses and villas for rent between individuals so that you can choose the one you like the most and that best fits your budget. The most common accommodations are the rentals for 2 and 4 people, concentrated mainly on the famous beach of Waikiki. Many of them with terrace and swimming pool. But you will also find numerous rural houses and luxury villas where you can enjoy greater privacy and private garden and swimming pool. Incredible houses with avant-garde designs, tastefully decorated, that you will find both a few metres from the beach and in the vicinity of the city, in the middle of nature. Book today your rental or villa in Honolulu and come to enjoy a truly unforgettable holiday!Why book a letting in Honolulu?
It is often said that Oahu is the heart of Hawaii. Well, Honolulu is then his accelerated pulse. A very cosmopolitan city where you will find everything you need to enjoy a very complete holiday. From monumental attractions and interesting museums to elegant restaurants and shops of first brands. Of course, we can't forget the world-famous Waikiki Beach, the city's main tourist centre, which attracts millions of tourists every year eager to enjoy this little paradise on Earth and surf. What are you waiting for to book your rental in Honolulu?
Holidays in Honolulu
The area and how to find your way around
Honolulu is the capital and largest city of Hawaii in the United States. The southernmost of the country's major cities. It currently has a population of approximately 391,000 inhabitants.The best areas to rent a letting in Honolulu
Honolulu's most famous tourist district is Waikiki, which boasts numerous hotels and holiday rentals, shops and lively nightlife on Kuhio and Kalakaua Avenues. Every year millions of tourists come to this area attracted by the paradisiacal Waikiki beach. But it is also one of the cradles of surfing and is very close to Ala Moana Centre, the largest shopping centre in the world. In it you will find infinity of rentals very close to the beach. However, if you're looking for a quieter, glamorous neighbourhood, the best options are the Waialae and Kahala districts east of Diamond Head. There you will find numerous luxury villas to spend your holidays.
Types of travellers and activities
Honolulu's exotic beaches became fashionable in the late 1950s, giving rise to a tourist boom that has survived to the present day. Honolulu is the perfect postcard of those paradisiacal beaches we always dream of. It was here that the first bikinis, coloured pareos, palm umbrellas, flower necklaces, etc. appeared. Beaches of very fine white sand and crystal clear waters that have nothing to envy to those of the Caribbean. The most famous is Waikiki, where 90% of the city's holiday rentals are located. However, along the island you can find all kinds of beaches and coves with really paradisiacal places. Don't wait any longer to book your rental in Honolulu!
Did you know that former President Barak Obama was born in Honolulu in 1961?
Top 5 Recommendations in Honolulu
The Iolani Palace was the last palace where the last two kings of Hawaii lived and is one of the most visited tourist attractions in the city. It is located in the centre and its style is reminiscent of European architecture.2. Take a walk on South King Street
Here you can see the statue of King Kamehameha I and if you continue on to Iolani Palace, you will see the Capitol building and Washington Place, home of the current governor of the island.3. See the breathtaking views of the Aloha Tower
Near the port is the Aloha Tower, which for many years was the tallest building in the city and has the largest clock in the United States. The views from the heights are truly spectacular.4. Take a walk around Chinatown
Chinatown is a tourist corner full of life. With numerous traditional shops, old buildings and bazaars. In addition, there are some Chinese and Japanese temples that can be visited.5. Visit the Hawaii Art Museum
It's the main museum of this kind in the state of Hawaii. It houses one of the largest unique collections of Asian and Pan-Pacific art in the United States, with more than 500,000 objects representing the state's major cultures from antiquity to the present day.