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Surf the North Shore, hike to the top of iconic Diamond Head or join the sunworshippers and shoppers in Waikiki with Oahu vacation packages from Vacations by Marriott. Say aloha to the appeal of Oahu, Hawaii.
Some of the best attractions in the Hawaiian Islands can be found on Oahu. Discover Waikiki's world-famous shops, great restaurants and vibrant nightlife. With Vacation by Marriott’s Oahu vacation packages, you can experience one of the most exciting of all the Hawaiian Islands.
And remember, Vacations by Marriott is the only place you can book a complete vacation with airfare and earn Marriott Rewards® points! Read More »
Book by October 28, travel by December 23 and save up to 25% on your stay! Situated steps from world-famous Waikiki Beach, the Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort & Spa features swaying palms and warm, comfortable spaces including our newly renovated and modernized Nanea Lobby. Located next to Diamond Head Crater and near an array of attractions, our hotel offers unrivaled service in a landmark setting.
Peaceful waterfalls, crystal-clear lagoons, and an intimate atmosphere await you at Marriott's Ko Olina Beach Club. Set within a lush 642-acre gated community, our resort seems a world away from the hustle and bustle of Hawaii's capital city, yet Honolulu is only a 30-minute drive away. Make yourself at home in one of our spacious resort guestrooms or luxury villas, the largest of which can accommodate up to 10 guests.
Step up with a stay at Courtyard Waikiki Beach and step out onto pristine white sand beaches near world-class shopping in Honolulu. Our hotel provides an atmosphere for rest and relaxation during your island stay. Explore the endless activities in Honolulu by hiking up Diamond Head Crater, taking surf lessons from the Waikiki Beach Boys or learning the history of the island at Pearl Harbor. Waikiki Beach provides modern luxuries miles beyond your expectations.
The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Waikiki Beach represents a new horizon of luxury in Hawaii. By bringing together the exclusive experiences of a stylish residential resort with the craft of inspired hospitality, the resort connects you to a luxuriously elevated experience of Waikiki. The resort features 307 fully-serviced and stylishly-appointed residences, all of which are ocean facing, providing you with an unparalleled view of the Pacific.
Discover paradise on Earth here at the Courtyard Oahu North Shore. Our peaceful, contemporary hotel is set within the country town of La'ie, on Hawaii's legendary North Shore; fabled beaches including Sunset, Pipeline, and Waimea are just a short distance away. The Polynesian Cultural Center is literally steps from our front door, as is BYU Hawaii. You'll feel at ease the moment you walk into our beautiful new lobby
Start your vacation out with a genuine Hawaiian luau, meaning “feast,” something most people only see in the movies. At Paradise cove, discover the type of luau that is a big part of Oahu’s identity. Discover how Hawaiian people once ate, learn how to string a lei, weave a headband, or how to throw a spear. Enjoy tons of great like lomi salmon, taro bread rolls, cold haupia and a delicious pig roast. Make wonderful memories hula dancing the night away thanks to our vacation packages to Oahu.
The North Shore of Oahu also has some of the biggest waves and best surfing in the world, making it the ideal place in Hawaii for many well-known surf competitions. Did you know that modern-day surfing can be directly traced back to Hawaii? If you’re looking for somewhere to ride the waves, the North Shore is the place to be.
Pay your respects at Pearl Harbor, where the U.S.S. Arizona sank during World War II on December 7, 1941 and remains today. That day, 1,177 men lost their lives on the well-known “Day of Infamy.”
For a more upbeat adventure, check out the Polynesian Cultural Center and the Iolani Palace. The Polynesian Cultural Center is a Polyensian-themed them park and museum in Laie on the North Shore of Hawaii. Take the kids for a day of fun and education.
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