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Business Hotels in Honolulu

Since the last decade, Honolulu has become a main hub for international business. Honolulu’s business hotels are fully prepared to serve business professionals. If you travel to Honolulu for business, be sure to check out one of these top business hotels.
from $530
The Halekulani is truly a "house befitting heaven."
This 453-room megaresort is situated on Waikiki beach, amid the busiest area in Honolulu. Its elegant and spacious rooms contain premium amenities such as hypoallergenic bedding, flat-screen TVs, and a large and separate sitting area. The lanai in each room overlooks either the ocean or the pool area. The resort features three high-technology meeting rooms, three banquet lounges, and a ballroom for business events. During their spare time, business travelers can take advantages of the hotel’s oceanfront, spa treatment, and several upscale dining options.
from $199
The Regency is your all-in-one destination.
Hyatt Regency is a luxury hotel with 1,320 oversized guestrooms. Each room has a wide range of in-room amenities, such as a separate working area, coffeemaker, iPod docking station, 32-inch flat-screen TV, and CD player, plus a private lanai with an ocean view.  Business travelers have 24-hour access to 20,000-square-foot meeting rooms, a convention center, banquet space, and a ballroom that accommodates up to 1,000 guests. The hotel also features complimentary tours and on-site activities, including Aloha Friday festivities, cultural classes, and historical cultural tours.
from $260
Hang loose at the Sheraton.
Sheraton Waikiki is a bustling beach hotel that features 1,634 guestrooms with an in-room message and premium TV channel. Each room features a furnished lanai overlooking the Waikiki Beach and Diamond Head. Business travelers have access to one business center and one meeting room. Apart from business amenities, the resort features two oceanfront pools, a fitness center, spa treatments, and several dining temptations for business travelers to hang loose. The Sheraton also offers a free alcoholic or non-alcoholic beverage to their guests.
from $450
Swim with dolphins at the Kahala.
This 336-room, private oceanfront resort is located in one of the most affluent districts of Kahala. Rooms are spacious and decorated with a combination of European and modern flavor, with free Wi-Fi and LCD TV. Business travelers have access to two 415-square-foot meeting rooms, two ballrooms, and two outdoor banquet venues. The two-story Dolphin Lagoon Terrance is a huge hit, as it allows business travelers to embrace the rare experience of swimming with dolphins in Oahu. The resort also features nine spa treatment rooms, six dining spots, a fitness center, shopping gallery, classic beachfront swimming pool, private beach, and free shuttle to Kahala Mall.
from $182
The Hilton is a city unto itself.
This tropical-themed megaresort is situated on the Waikiki oceanfront. Rooms are spacious and elegant, with basic room amenities and private lanais with spectacular ocean or city views. The resort features numerous indoor and outdoor meeting venues, five pools and a long waterslide, 20 international restaurants and bars, and 25 spa treatment rooms with an extensive fitness center and a full-service salon. Business travelers have access to a 24-hour business center that is well equipped with a copier, a printer, fax machine, and several computer stations. The on-site entertainment, cultural activities and surfing lessons will keep business travelers entertained after their meetings, but there is no free parking and a pesky surcharge for Wi-Fi.
from $419
The Trump offers beachside elegance.
Just one block away from the legendary Waikiki Beach, Trump International is a wonderful choice for business travelers. This 462-room hotel features a 24-hour business center, a 350-foot conference space, and several computer workstations. Additionally, this hotel features 24-hour signature spa treatments, an infinity-edge pool, three elegant restaurants, and live music. In terms of dining, this hotel is also a budget-friendly place as each room is well-equipped with a kitchenette, cookware, utensils, and a refrigerator.
from $189
Brainstorm under the stars at the Outrigger.
Outrigger is an ideal resort for meetings as it contains a conference room, two oceanfront broad rooms with Wi-Fi, and flat-screen TV. As a bonus, this hotel features a 2,520-square-foot Diamond Head terrace, which can be divided into several functional spaces for several meetings and social events to be held simultaneously. Business travelers can also take advantage of complimentary phone calls to neighboring islands, the mainland U.S., and Canada. Beyond business amenities, Outrigger offers complimentary daily activities, namely a Hawaiian plant tour, hula lessons, surfing classes, Hawaiian storytelling, and the Na Ali‘i Walking Tour.