White Sands Hotel
Get a Waikiki beach vacation at a price that fits your budget at the White Sands Hotel. Previous guests rave over the hotel's prime location not far from Waikiki Bay. Hawaii's capital city, and the rest of the island of Oahu, offer plenty to do for families, couples, adventurers, and more. The island's white sand beaches are prime locations to relax and unplug. Don't miss the scenic lookouts or the beautiful botanical garden at Waimea Valley Park. Whether you're in Hawaii for a romantic getaway or a family trip, there's something to suit everyone's interests near the White Sands Hotel.
Guests who've stayed at the Hotel enjoy the quiet and comfy atmosphere. The pool and sundeck offer a nearby getaway when you need to escape the crowds of Waikiki Beach. The rooms are cozy and help guests feel at home, especially thanks to the built-in kitchenette found in most rooms. The White Sands Hotel can be your home-away-from-home while you're in Honolulu. Spring for a room with a view, and you won't be disappointed. Ground-level, pool-view rooms allow guests convenient, immediate access to the pool. If you're on a budget this vacation, the price and value of the White Sands Hotel Honolulu can't be beat.
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We got our suits on and walked out to Waikiki and swam for a bit. It is not very busy at 7 AM on a sunday. It is a very calm and enjoyable swimming place.
After showering and packing we stored our bags and checked out. We used our bus pass again and got over to park to listen to the Hawaiian state band. They a trio singing with them. After the …
We had breakfast at one of the odd old restaurants in Waikiki. Then the bus to Ala Moana center to transfer to the #55 to get around the island. It wasn't clear where to go. Someone looked it up for us. We walked through the bottom of the mall.
The ride around the island was nice. We got off at the Banzai pipeline to look at the waves. They …
We walked around last night after checking in. Found an ABC store and bought bus passes.
We took bus #42 to Pearl Harbor. We toured the visitor center. Next we went to the BIshop museum. We watched a planetarium show. Then we toured the main building. It is an amazing place. I wonder why more tourists don't go here. The science building has a …
... volunteered to drive us there, ( wow weird stuff going )
Got to the hotel checked in and kids were hungry, we ordered a ton of food from a delivery place and of course within 20 minutes they wanted to go to bed and food arrived and we made them
get up and eat it. ( you know there are starving people in Africa)
Right after we ordered the food Drew mad the awful discovery that he had left his brand new iphone on the plane so spent about an hour ...
... I felt like replying, Rose (from the Titanic of course..HA, cheesy I know!). The famous line 'You jump I jump' is all I kept thinking. I couldn't back down now. I was there. He was there. This was meant to happen. So I got proper footing along the edge and Anthony counted down. 3, 2, 1...JUMP!!!!!!!!!!! In the three seconds it took to plummet down to the waters below I screamed every last breath. So loud I swear it echoed throughout the entire bay. Cheering, ...