Although the rooms are ok, the real reason to recommend this hotel is its location. It is located right on Fort Derussy Park and as a result has very few high rises near it. The beach is a beautiful short walk through the park, and it is far enough away from the hustle and bustle of Waikiki to be quiet, but close enough to walk there (5-10 minutes to the heart of Waikiki). We usually stay on Kauai, but when we go to Honolulu, we always stay at the Luana Waikiki.
Right next to Fort DeRussy Park, this low-key hotel is a 10-minute walk from Waikiki beach, and a 20-minute walk from Ala …More
Hotel is close to the beach in a busy area of Waikiki.
Room was adequate, lots of restaurants and stores close by.
Waikiki is a busy area. Our room was on the 16th floor and we could still hear a lot of street noise throughout the night.
Waikiki established its reputation as a getaway when the Moana Surfrider opened its doors in 1901. Today, more than 30,000 hotel rooms are packed in the skyscrapers along the golden sands of Waikiki Beach. At the end of Waikiki, Diamond Head towers as an enduring landmark. West of Waikiki, Pearl Harbor offers a somber testament to history and the victims of World War II.