Waikiki Beachcomber

Each room features:
Private Lanai (Balcony)
Color TV  with Movies
Hair Dryer
Coffee Maker
Ironing Board
Air Conditioning
Voice Mail

Enjoy the Waikiki Beachcomber for the best location, value and service in Hawaii. Located in the heart of Waikiki on Kalakaua Avenue just 297 steps from Waikiki Beach. Central to shopping and nightlife with the world famous International Market Place right next door.

Facilities & Service
Swimming Pool
Laundry Facilities (coin operated)
Hotel Parking ($9 daily rate)

The Hibiscus Cafe: Island and American cuisine in cool tropical surroundings. Breakfast Buffet plus poolside snacks, quick meals and take out for your daily excursions.

Meetings & Banquets
The Hoku Hale Theater will accommodate a reception of 300 or a sit-down banquet for 250. The Surfboard Room and Hana Hou Room are perfect for smaller meetings.


 HULA LESSON: A one hour Hawaiian Hula dance lesson in small groups. You'll learn the "Hukilau" and get a chance to perform for your fellow ukulele and lei making students.

UKULELE LESSON: You'll learn to play a Hawaiian song complete with chords and lyrics during a one hour ukulele lesson. And get the chance to provide the music for your fellow hula students.

LEI MAKING: Design and string your very own lei from fresh Hawaiian flowers. You'll be proud to wear your creation to the performance of your fellow students.

New Summer Fun Activities


July 1 through August 31, 2001. Daily.
Children 5 to 12 yrs.

Very popular! Fun and educational activities based on Hawaiian culture and crafts with an emphasis on things unique to Hawaii. The activities vary on a daily basis so you can enjoy the program many times during your stay. Includes supervised swimming in the hotel pool. All materials are provided plus one souvenir T-shirt per stay. Parents are welcome to join their children.

Typical activities include:   . Hula and lei making .  Hawaiian musical instruments . Coconut frond weaving  . Rocks and gems of Hawaii . Haku weaving .  Hawaiian petroglyphs  .  Lauhala art  .  Tapa crafts . Fish prints . Seaweed bookmarks .  Kite making .  Sand art