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    Our Playful Side

We love to kick back as much as the thrill of exploration. Whether the waves are your calling or you long to discover what’s beyond them, take in the beauty, history, and culture of Waikiki, the birthplace of not just modern surfing, but also our joyful sun-drenched, laid-back lifestyle.
The Twin Fin is a board with two fins that is ideal for mellow, playful and cruisy surfing. And that’s exactly the vibe you’ll find here: mellow and playful.

Outdoor Adventures

Summit Diamond Head trail, snorkel Hanauma Bay, or picnic among the beautiful flora at Lyon Aboretum. Adventure through dense gorgeous guava trees, a bamboo forest, and fragrant wild ginger to spectacular Manoa Falls and experience the best of Hawaii’s great outdoors.

What to do in Honolulu?; Hawaiian forest during the sunlight

Local Activities

Journey through Polynesian villages at The Polynesian Cultural Center; tour Iolani Palace, a symbol of promise for the Hawaiian Kingdom; or take a powerful and profound look into history at the Pearl Harbor Naval museums and memorials and discover Hawaii’s unique and diverse culture.

Cultural Activities


From Honolulu’s premier mall to something a little more uniquely Hawaii, the Waikiki Beach Walk to the luxury brands of renowned Luxury Row, you won’t leave empty handed.

Woman contemplating the view of fishes at the Honolulu, Hawaiian aqaurium


Celebrate Hawaiian culture with a torch lighting ceremony and hula dance on the beach. Drive to the world-famous Dole Food Company’s Pineapple Plantation. Enjoy the many sides of Oahu.

Mother choosing surfboard for two children

Beach Candy

From stylish lightweight bamboo beach chairs, coolers, portable speakers, beach umbrellas, and fun floaties to inflatable SUPs, surf boards, and bodyboards. Sun’s out, surf’s up.


We’re on the mellow Diamond Head side of Waikīkī Beach, a short stroll to unique eateries and iconic attractions.

The Twin Fin

Your Honolulu home base, your happy place. Steps away from beautiful beaches, on the mellow Diamond Head side of Waikiki. And a short stroll to unique restaurants and iconic attractions.

Foster Botanical Gardens

A refreshing escape from the busy city. Enjoy an impressive collection of tropical plants, magnificent trees, and gardens with primitive cycads, hybrid orchids, palms, and butterflies.

Bishop Museum

Explore the natural and cultural history of Hawai‘i and the Pacific discover the art and science of traditional navigation by reading the night sky in the Planetarium.

Waimea Valley

An ahupua‘a, a division of land stretching from the mountains to the sea, Waimea Valley is a lush botanical garden and historical and cultural sites with a hike to Waimea Falls.

Iolani Palace

The official residence of Hawaii’s monarchy, this grand historic landmark will take you back to a time when King Kalakaua his sister and successor, Queen Liliuokalani, walked its halls.

The Polynesian Cultural Center

Experience thousands of years of culture from six different Polynesian island nations. Dine like royalty at an authentic luau and enjoy the most spectacular evening show in the islands.

Dole Pineapple Plantation

From fruit stand in the 1950s to one of Oahu’s most popular visitor attractions. Fun activities include train and garden tours and the Pineapple Garden Maze.

Waikiki Torch Lighting Ceremony

Celebrate Hawaiian culture at sunset with a torch lighting ceremony and hula dance performances several nights a week at the Kuhio Beach Hula Mound.

Honolulu Museum of Art

Explore inspiring exhibits and collections, catch a film, take an art class. HoMA is a unique gathering place where art, history, culture, and education come together.

Honolulu Zoo

What originated as a King’s grant of royal lands is now an impressive 14-acres of birds, mammals, and plants from around the world.

Sea Life Park

Fun experiences with our aquatic ‘ohana. Swim with dolphins, sea lions, and rays. Have close-up encounters with sharks. And enjoy one of the best luaus on the island..

Waikiki Aquarium

Stroll down Kalakaua to discover coral, green sea turtles, Hawaiian monk seals, an elegant jellyfish gallery and other Hawaiian marine life.

Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center

An elevated retail experience in the spirit of Aloha. International brands, unique to Hawaii boutiques, exciting dining, as well as Hawaiian language, dance, and music.

International Marketplace

Uniquely Hawaiian open-air shopping featuring Waikīkī’s largest collection of restaurants on a Grand Lānai and an iconic banyan tree.

Waikiki Beach Walk

Discover eclectic shops, nightlife, award-winning restaurants, and world-class outdoor entertainment at this unique slice of Hawaii life.

Luxury Row

Some of the finest luxury brands in the world (think Chanel, Dior, Gucci, Moncler, and more) in the heart of Honolulu’s Waikiki Beach resort district.

Ward Village

Find unique boutiques, an inspired food scene, activities, tree-lined sidewalks, bike lanes, and parks in this vibrant community between the city and the sea.

Ala Moana Shopping Center

Feel the refreshing Hawaiian breeze at the world’s largest open-air shopping center, with more than 350 shops and restaurants to explore.

Lyon Arboretum

Enjoy more than seven miles of hiking trails through tropical and sub-tropical plants at this beautiful public botanical garden nestled in Mānoa Valley.

Manoa Falls

This easy 1.6-mile (return) hike through lush a bamboo forest, guava trees, and fragrant wild ginger leads to cascading 150-foot falls. Stop for photos under the arch of vines.

Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona Memorial

Active military base, HQ of the Pacific Fleet, and National Historic Landmark and attractions, including the remains of the sunken battleship USS Arizona.

Kuhio Beach Park

This popular Waikiki beach, just across the street from the hotel, is divided by two concrete walls that create a calm swimming area ideal for children and families.

Hanauma Bay

Nature preserve and protected marine life conservation area known for its beach and hundreds of bright tropical fish and marine life, perfect for snorkeling.

Diamond Head Crater

The iconic crater known as Lē‘ahi is a recognizable landmark, often the “face” of Hawaii on postcards. Hike the 1.6 miles (roundtrip) to the top for stunning views of Honolulu.

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Surfer with city in the background
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Palm trees against rainbow sky during the day | Twin Fin Hotel | Love Maui | Maui Ocean View Stays