Exploring Hawaii Theater
Hawaii Theater opened in 1922 and has since been a popular venue for popular entertainment events such as shows, concerts, theatre, film and television. The theater's architecture has elements of neoclassical influence with Byzantine, Corinthian, and Moorish ornamentation. Contrasting this, its large neon sign "Hawaii" makes this building a noticeable landmark in Oahu.
Accommodations near Hawaii Theater
Oahu Island hotels are often situated close to the beach, with plenty of facilities to ensure you can enjoy the perfect relaxing vacation. You will find features such as outdoor pools, restaurants with terraces, barbecue grills, function spaces, complimentary WiFi, and fitness centers. Those with families will also enjoy extras such as kid’s clubs, babysitting, and separate children’s pools. Guestrooms have amenities such as feather pillows, balconies, flat-screen televisions, cable channels, refrigerators, and microwaves. You can also request extras such as rollaway beds, and can enjoy daily housekeeping services. Recommended accommodations near Hawaii Theater are Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki, The Modern Honolulu, and Aston at the Executive Centre Hotel.
Sightseeing near Hawaii Theater
Visit Waikiki Beach Walk and experience its upmarket development full of boutique stores, laidback restaurants, beachfront bars, and luxury hotels, all set along palm-tree lined streets. The International Market Place is an outdoor area full of colorful market stalls piled with locally made crafts. In the evening there are hula dancers and other traditional displays around the area, with tempting food stalls where you can sample the cuisine. Royal Hawaiian Center has 4 floors of upmarket boutiques and international brands, as well as a Hawaiian themed food court, and specialist souvenir stores so you can grab some gifts for those back home. Other popular attractions near Hawaii Theater are Honolulu Zoo, and Waikiki Aquarium.
Transportation near Hawaii Theater
Honolulu International Airport is just a few miles north of the city of Honolulu, and only 10 miles from the popular resort of Waikiki. There are plenty of taxis and private shuttles available from the airport, and these can be booked in advance so you don’t need to wait around. There are also several car rental desks in the terminal, and if you only have light luggage there are public buses available. Many visitors arrive via Honolulu Harbor to the west of the city on cruise ships, and from here there are taxis and private transfers available.