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Cheap Hotels in Honolulu, Hawaii 

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    The Breakers

    The Breakers

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    Excellent! - 86% of guests recommend

    The moderately priced Breakers speaks to those who truly go nuts for the vintage vibe. A walk-up motel built, of course, around a swimming pool, The Breakers isn’t retro—it’s authentic 1950s, right down to the guests who come back year after year and stay all winter. Japanese architectural touches, a Japanese poolside restaurant, real Island-style friendliness and two kitties that ...

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    Queen Kapiolani Hotel

    Queen Kapiolani Hotel

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    Good! - 75% of guests recommend

    Decently priced hotel option in Waikiki. A bit dated but since its affordable, it might be worth looking into. I enjoyed the pool area .... very comfy outdoor beds outside.

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    Pagoda Hotel

    Pagoda Hotel

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    Mediocre - 63% of guests recommend

    No frills, just the basics. Rooms are clean, a bit outdated, and no view. If you are looking for a low cost alternative to the high price hotels in Waikiki, this is it. Lots of locals have family stay here when visiting. A short walk to Ala Moana shopping center.

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    Marine Surf Waikiki

    Marine Surf Waikiki

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    Excellent! - 85% of guests recommend
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    Aston Waikiki Beachside Hotel

    Aston Waikiki Beachside Hotel

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    Mediocre - 69% of guests recommend
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    Hawaiian Monarch Hotel

    Hawaiian Monarch Hotel

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    Mediocre - 58% of guests recommend
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    Pacific Marina Inn

    Pacific Marina Inn

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    Mediocre - 60% of guests recommend
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    Ambassador Hotel

    Ambassador Hotel

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    Mediocre - 69% of guests recommend
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    Holiday Surf Hotel

    Holiday Surf Hotel

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    Fair - 72% of guests recommend
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    Best Western Ohana Surf

    Best Western Ohana Surf

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    Ewa Hotel

    Ewa Hotel

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    Fair - 71% of guests recommend
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    Marc Suites Waikiki

    Marc Suites Waikiki

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    Waikiki Marina Hotel

    Waikiki Marina Hotel

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    Very Good! - 80% of guests recommend
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Cheap Hotels in Honolulu
White beaches, warm waters, and flowers draped around your neck. Honolulu is a beautiful first taste of Hawaii. Much more than just a pretty beach, Honolulu is a city known for its rich Polynesian and American history. Destinations like the Iolani Palace (the former home of Hawaiian monarchs), the Bishop Museum, and the Hawaii State Art Museum are must-sees for history buffs and beach bums alike. Honolulu offers a blend of art, nature, and traditional Hawaiian culture that is all just waiting to be explored. All this doesn’t need to cost you a fortune, however. Here’s our guide to the best bargains in Honolulu.

Beach Bum
There are a number of cheap Waikiki hotels. The Breakers is an excellent budget hotel located right this famous Honolulu beach. The low price alone will put a grin on your face, but the view of the beach will really make you smile. This classic Japanese-style hotel offers rooms and suites with full kitchenettes, in various sizes to accommodate your needs. You can lounge by the pool and enjoy the Wasabi Bistro, a nice change of pace from the action of Waikiki Beach. When you do head back into the waves, be sure to check out Waikiki’s renowned surf lessons and competitions, which often culminate in a beautiful sunset. Nightlife on the beach is just as vibrant as the daytime activities, as the area offers fireworks shows, luaus, and many exciting bars and clubs. Another option on Waikiki is the Stay Hotel Waikiki, a comfortable, budget-friendly boutique hotel just a block from the beach. This is a great option for those who have come to the island to ride the waves, as there is a surf shop right next door.

Outdoors and Entertainment
If you want to experience the excitement of Waikiki Beach alongside the natural wonders of Honolulu, the Queen Kapiolani Hotel is the perfect balance. Known for the Aloha Live Show and Feast, a Cirque du Soleil and dance-style performance, the Queen Kapiolani has that extra special atmosphere to make your trip a memorable adventure. Its situation at the base of the Diamond Head State Monument makes Queen Kapiolani perfect for outdoor enthusiasts. An early hike will earn you a gorgeous sunrise from the summit of the extinct volcano, which is named Diamond Head because of the once unidentified sparkle from the calcite deposits at the very top. The Queen Kapiolani Hotel is also right nearby the Honolulu Zoo, where the animals roam freely in the divine Hawaiian climate. Sometimes, you can even hear them playing from your hotel window.

Family Fun
Nestled in the heart of Honolulu is the Pagoda Hotel. The spacious rooms are perfect for families, and the kids will love peering into the colourful koi ponds hidden throughout. The Pagoda Hotel is conveniently close to many popular attractions. You can find great shopping right around the corner at the Ala Moana Shopping Center, which is the largest open-air shopping center in the world. This popular destination is a unique blend of national retailers and boutique shops, as well as over 70 restaurants. When you have shopped til’ you’ve dropped, the Pagoda Hotel is also just a quick ride away from Waikiki Beach and the Ala Moana State Park and Beach. The central location of the Pagoda is perfect for a quick jump onto the highway, which makes it easy to visit historical spots like Pearl Harbor and the U.S.S. Arizona Memorial.
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