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Family Hotels in Honolulu

Land of sunny beaches, tropical drinks, morning rainbows, and aloha, Honolulu is the picture-perfect place to relax and have fun with your family, including your furry pets. Figuring out which hotel to stay at while there is something different altogether. Honolulu boasts some of the most famous beaches in the world, with rainforest views, mountainous vistas, historical monuments, delicious cuisine, cultural traditions, and gorgeous hotels. These hotels can offer you exactly what you're looking for while still being unique to island life.
from $279
Extravagant eats at THE MODERN.
With city views at one pool and ocean views at the other, THE MODERN is all about giving patrons a different perspective. The rooms are primarily white with simplicity as the design, giving you a clutter-free space to enjoy after a day at the beach or spa. You won't want to eat anywhere else, as Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto is the executive chef of one of the two restaurants at THE MODERN. The bar features local musicians in the evenings that will put you in the Hawaii state of mind while sipping on Mai Tais. Located at the Ala Wai Yacht Harbor, there are many off-site activities including shopping at the Ala Moana Shopping Center, the largest shopping center in Hawaii. This pet-friendly hotel is also perfect for Fido, being only steps away from beautiful Ala Moana Beach Park.
from $149
The Aqua offers affordable essentials.
The Aqua Waikiki Wave Hotel might not be on the beach, but saving your money with this cheap hotel will be worth walking only two blocks to see that Waikiki sunset. In fact, the hotel is at the most a couple of miles away from several beaches, including Waikiki, Kuhio, Fort Derussy, and Ala Moana beaches — and getting there is easy with the hotel's shuttle service. Many restaurants are on-site as well as nearby, along with bars, and shopping centers. The Aqua Waikiki Wave will welcome your beloved pets and make their stay as fantastic as yours.
from $420
Adventure awaits at the Kahala.
Located on the other side of Diamond Head from Honolulu and Waikiki Beach, the Kahala Hotel and Resort package offers access to a beautiful secluded beach much less frequented by tourists. With activities such as stand-up paddleboarding, swimming with dolphins, and a lagoon with exotic fish and sea turtles, adventure could not be any closer. With several restaurants on-site, you can't go hungry even after a day of golfing, surfing, or hiking Diamond Head. The Kahala offers childcare and is pet friendly, so don't leave your little ones (furry or not) at home!
from $309
If you're looking for a pet-friendly hotel that is close to the beach and offers fun and relaxation, look no further than Trump International Hotel Waikiki Beach Walk. With 38 stories, this skyscraping hotel offers spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean, Honolulu, and Diamond Head. It might be hard to leave the luxuries the hotel has to offer behind — like spa services, a view in every room, fine dining, and a pool — but if you do, you'll find fun beach activities, luxury shopping, and delicious dining nearby.
from $519
Luxurious lanais at the Halekulani.
Located steps away from Waikiki Beach, Halekulani Hotel might not be pet friendly, but it is perfect for people who want to be near the sand and sea. From anywhere in the hotel is a pristine view of both the Pacific Ocean and Diamond Head. Furnished lanais offer a picturesque place to lounge and snack on food while savoring the views. After enjoying drinks and piano tunes at the bar, look toward the ocean for a sunset vista every night. Along with multiple delicious Halekulani Hotel restaurants, guests can relax in the pool or indulge in many of the spa services that Halekulani provides. Minutes away are many activities, including the aquarium, zoo, and battleship USS Missouri.
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