Archive for October 2012

Up All Night

Enjoy good eats 24/7 at Wailana Coffee House. Steak and shrimp at 3 a.m.? It’s no problem at Wailana Coffee House. The restaurant is open 24 hours and has been catering to Waikiki diners for decades. Breakfast draws a big… More >

On Holy Grounds

More than just places of worship, Waikiki’s historic churches have their own stories to tell. Churches and cathedrals are places of sanctity, worship and faith. Spanning the globe you can find thousands, from Notre Dame de Paris to St. Patrick’s… More >

The Illusionist

By Matthew Wells See what John Hirokawa has up his sleeve during Magic of Polynesia With the low rumble of rolling thunder and the call of a conch shell, the show begins! Magic of Polynesia showcases the allure of the… More >

Rock Steady

Bold baubles that truly shine. From bohemian bracelets to emerald embellishments, colored stones are hot this season. Koi Boutique Royal Hawaiian Center 2233 Kalakaua Ave. (808) 923-6888 Forever 21 Royal Hawaiian Center 2301 Kalakaua Ave. (808) 923-5202 Cookies Clothing Co…. More >

For the Spike Set

If you crave a bit more beachside action than a typical yoga sesh, head to the volleyball nets around Waikiki. Gaining in popularity thanks to the prime coverage the sport received during the 2012 Summer Olympics, and the fact that… More >

Be Flexable

Surrounded by uplifting island environs, these yoga venues make it easy to say “Om.” For those of you who refuse to put your fitness regime on hold while on vacation, you have nothing to worry about when it comes to… More >

Ship Shape

Before the days of daily non-stop flights, there were Boat Days, when visitor arrivals were an event and traveling on the S.S. Lurline was as much an experience as the time one spent in Waikiki. The Royal Hawaiian, a Luxury… More >

Rockin’ Paradise

When the sun goes down, Waikiki serves up plenty of musical sizzle. Beyond the world-famous beach, there’s plenty to do and see in Waikiki at night. Actually, it has a rhythm all its own. Down on Kalakaua Avenue between Diamond… More >

Lofty Ambitions

Whether investment property or interested in a Hawai‘i hideaway, the Loft at Waikiki combines the amenities of high-rise living without the limitations that often come with condo living such as compact floor plans or lack of parking stalls. Located in… More >

Off the Beaten Path

Stand-up paddling through Waikiki just after dawn is about as close to walking on water as it gets. Just ask Quiksilver’s George Kam, who never misses an opportunity to see the sunrise and sunset from Mamala, Waikiki—the playground of famous… More >

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