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Beachfront Resort in the heart of Waikiki, it’s location, the center of both beach activities as well as Kalakaua Avenue’s luxury shopping and nightlife. On the widest stretch of beach, where the Beach Comes Alive! Right in front of world-famous “Canoes” surf break, guests enjoy an active ocean life style from the beachfront swimming pool to a multitude of ocean activities including Paddle board Yoga, surfing and the only spot to surf a wave in an Outrigger canoe. Beachfront dining experiences include iconic Duke's Waikiki and Hula Grill. Home to Blue Note Hawaii, premier music venue featuring jazz, blues, Hawaiian favorites and more. Club guests exclusive access to the Resort’s Voyager 47 Club Lounge for morning breakfast and sunset appetizers with choice beverages including Signature Cocktail, wine, and local craft beer… a magnificent oceanfront haven overlooking Waikiki Beach, iconic Diamond Head and gorgeous Hawaiian sunset views. Oceanfront guest rooms and all Suites feature clear glass lanai railings for unobstructed ocean views!
Situated on Waikiki Beach, the Outrigger Waikiki Beach Resort features deluxe rooms with a selection of fascinating shops, five restaurants, workout facilities, a new business center and a full-service spa.
Outrigger Waikiki Beach Resort welcomes you to Waikiki's best beachfront with 524 guest rooms designed in contemporary island style with every room boasting either a partial or full ocean view from the room's lanai. Oceanfront guest rooms and Oceanfront suites feature all glass railings with unobstructed views of the ocean. Our personalized guest registration is gracious and inviting. Fun is always on the menu at Legendary Duke’s Waikiki. The Hula Grill Waikiki is a favorite for dining at sunset with spectacular views of Waikiki Beach and Diamond Head. Blue Note Hawaii opening early 2016, Blue Note Jazz Club’s newest location with over 9,000 square feet of showroom space to welcome Jazz and music talent from all over the world. Each guest room features a refrigerator, coffee maker, hairdryer and iron/board. Guests can immerse themselves in an endless array of ocean activities, experience the island culture with the hotel's regularly scheduled cultural activities, rejuvenate at the rooftop Spa, Infinity Wellness & Fitness, work out at the fitness center or simply relax on the beach or poolside.
-Fully equipped ADA rooms with roll-in shower on request in CV.
-Fully equipped ADA rooms with full tubs equipped with ADA accesories on request in CV, POV, OV and OF.
-Fully equipped ADA rooms with hearing impaired accessories on request in CV, POV, OV, and OF.
-ADA pool lift
-Property conforms to the State of Hawaii Smoke Free Law
General policies & fine print
Minimum night stay restrictions may apply to your reservation.
A major credit card is required upon check-in to cover phone or incidental charges
Hotel Convention Restrictions
Convention attendees cannot book this property for their convention stay, they must book through the proper convention source. Convention attendees that violate this policy will be responsible for paying any higher rates and may not be eligible for any promotional offerings.
Student Groups/Young Adult Groups/Spring Break Policy
Student and young adult groups (ages 22 and under) will only be accepted with prior written authorization by Outrigger.
Porterage - (optional) payable directly to hotel
Room requests are not guaranteed and are based upon availability at check-in.
Cribs are free. Rollaway beds are allowed on Request ($).
Mandatory hotel-imposed fees are charged and collected by the hotel either at check-in or check-out
Mandatory hotel imposed Daily Resort Charge inclusions:
- Wi-Fi, maximum 4 devices per room
- Local and International phone calls up to 60 minutes daily
- Recyclable water bottles
- Outrigger Logo Tote Bag
- In-room coffee and tea, replenished daily
- Access to Fitness Center
- Access to pool
- Use of beach towels
- Resort cultural activities
- All Good reef-friendly sunscreen available at the pool
- Free breakfast for children 5 years and younger with purchase of an adult meal from menu at Duke’s Waikiki or Hula Grill
- Honolulu Museum of Art: Free admission for 2 adults
- Waikiki Aquarium: One (1) Free Junior Admission for Outrigger guests without kids
- Bishop Museum: General Admission for up to four adults or one free child’s admission for each paying adult (show guestroom keycard)
The above list may not be comprehensive. The hotel can provide current fee and inclusions when you check-in.
Ratings & reviews
TripAdvisor traveler rating6771 reviews
Great location, on the beach, lots of storage in rooms
We had previously eaten at Duke’s and stayed across the street, so we knew the next time we stayed in Waikiki we would stay here for the proximity and location of this hotel to the beach as well as restaurants. The area to pull your car into to unload is kind of small and tight. There is really nothing they can do as they are limited on space there, but just be aware that it isn’t optimal with the sidewalk and people crossing right there while there is a line of cars in the street waiting for the valet. Props to the valet folks as they are able to stay calm and try to organize the cars and people as much as possible. They try to move quick for everyone involved. They set you up with the valet service if you have a car. It is $45/day with in and out privileges. They unloaded our car and got us set up with bell services. Bell services employees were extremely friendly as well. The lobby is actually on the “second level” so you can take the escalator or elevator up to where the check in is. They were quite busy when we arrived but we didn’t have to wait too long to be helped. The check in employee who helped us seemed a little cold and unemotional which was kind of disappointing as we felt so welcomed at the front, but not during check in. It took a while for him to find us a room that was currently ready. We booked a city view room and our room actually had a tiny view of the ocean if you looked to the side so that was cool! He explained how the elevators worked and how the towel cards work. The elevator buttons are on the outside and you scan your card on the outside of the elevator and it is all automated when you get into the elevator. It is confusing at first, but after a day you understand. The towel cards are used at the pool attendant station to exchange for towels. Upon returning the towels you can exchange for new ones, or exchange for the cards again, you just have to return the cards upon check out. The room is quite spacious and has tons of storage which I appreciate. Others have mentioned that the rooms are in need of an upgrade, really just the carpet and doors need to be upgraded, the furniture and the rest of the bathroom was perfectly fine. You get reusable water bottles and a tote bag as part of your resort fee. Be sure to check the website to see what is included in your resort fee such as wifi and other discounts. They have cultural activities every day in the lobby. The schedule is posted in the lobby as well as online. They have a large variety of activities which are nice if you have the time. I only had the time to do the bamboo stamping activity. You make a bookmark with acrylic paint and bamboo stampers while also learning about the native culture of Hawaii. We used the bag as a beach tote although most shops require reusable shopping bags so you can use it for that as well. They have water bottle filling stations in the lobby level as well as the lower level where you access the beach. The two restaurants at the hotel, Duke’s and Hula grill, are both fantastic and both were constantly busy no matter the time of day when we walked by. They have fresh fish and ocean views. Our room was made up every day by housekeeping. They were so friendly and said aloha every time we passed them. They replenished everything in the room every time which was nice and generous. They even vacuumed once during the week as well. The pool seemed a little small for the size of the resort, but they also have more lounger chairs in the level below the pool by the beach to chill in as well. They also have a server going around here too if you need to order food or drinks, the servers were very friendly and not pushy at all. There is a laundry area here, Pai’s deli, some shops, and an acai bowl place here at the hotel as well. The blue note comedy club is here and although we never had time to go in, there was always a line to get in which is a good sign. Overall we enjoyed our stay at this hotel and appreciated the fact that it is located on the beach and in close walking distance to many main points and restaurants in Waikiki.
We were with another couple an our travel agent screwed up. She booked us in two separate outrigger hotel. I’d like to thank Ligaya and manger Rauana ?? They were wonderful helping us , very compassionate an caring during this stressful time
Great for a family stay with little kids
Outstanding service and amenities! Rooms are very nice, but make sure you ask for an East-Facing room if you are getting partial ocean view. We got a west facing window and it's LOUD due to the restaurant and hotel next door (air conditioning units or something). Otherwise very pleasant stay, great location, spacious rooms with nice balcony, great bathroom, water gets hot momentarily and the stream is very strong (to rinse off all that sand ha ha). Everything is very clean, staff is very helpful and friendly. Recommended for a family stay with little kids! Beach is just a step away, great restaurants on site (Duke's and Hula Grill).
Will be back!
First time in Hawaii and staying at the Outrigger Beach resort. Wow what a fantastic holiday we've had. Great hotel and wonderful customer services. Also, amazing customer services from everyone but especially from Mikayla at front desk and Judy the house cleaner. Definitely will be back.
We enjoyed our recent stay, leading up to Thanksgiving. Staff are exceptional in all departments. Rooms are spacious and clean. Lots of daily activities and great boutique shops on lower lobby. We loved the Outrigger from our first time in Hawaii and our previous stay in 2013. The ambience is busy with a great vibe. Have stayed at other hotels since, due to Outrigger being booked out, so very happy to have booked the Outrigger this time through Luxury Escapes as this is always our preferred hotel.