Honolulu Resorts for a Family Holiday

Honolulu Resorts for a Family Holiday

Amy Van De Casteele

The beautiful Hawaiian capital of Honolulu is a popular family vacation spot, loved for its spectacular views, picturesque waterfront and numerous exciting activities and sights. If you want an unbeatable selection of Honolulu resorts perfectly tailored for a fun family holiday, look no further than HotelTravel.com and book now to take advantage of our exclusive promotions.

In Ko Olina you will find Aulani, A Disney Hotel & Resort. This magnificent 4 star hotel boasts spacious guest rooms with balconies, and includes a range of fitness and business facilities. In Waialae-Kahala, the Kahala Hotel & Resort provides luxurious 5 star accommodation with an impressive selection of services and activities; these include a kids' club, sauna and jacuzzi, making this hotel highly popular with HotelTravel.com users. Last but not least, in Kahuku the Turtle Bay Resort Kahuku is a stylish 4 star getaway boasting seven different eateries, a golf course, surfing and even horse riding.

Honolulu is packed with enjoyable activities for children. Kids will enjoy a visit to Honolulu Zoo and the Waikiki Aquarium, where you can get up close and personal with nearly 500 different species of marine life. The city is also home to a number of beautiful gardens, such as Foster Botanical Garden, Hoomaluhia Botanical Garden, and even one within a crater – Koko Crater Botanical Garden.

If you want to indulge in some retail therapy during your trip, head to the Ala Moana Center, located on its namesake boulevard. The biggest open-air shopping destination in the world, Ala Moana is home to some of the globe's biggest brands but is also a good place to relax with a cup of coffee and people-watch or enjoy a pampering at one of the mall's salons and beauty parlours.

Another popular Honolulu attraction is the 'Iolani Palace, located downtown. This stately building has been functioning as a museum since 1978, the only royal palace in the Unites States. If you are interested in Hawaiian history you may also want to take a look at the Aloha Tower, which survived the notorious Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour.

After a hard day's sightseeing head to Ono Seafood on Kapahulu Avenue for a delicious meal; its signature dish of spicy ahi is particularly recommended. Alternatively you could try Helena's Hawaiian Food, a charming family-friendly restaurant that serves mouthwatering pipikaula short ribs and Kalua pig.

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