Nothing is better than the taste of aloha and fresh poke in Hawaii! Synonymous with Hawaiian cuisine, don’t leave the island without trying poke (pronounced poh-kay)! The popular dish, which is comprised of cubes of fresh raw fish, is mixed with sauces such as ponzu, soy sauce, and various oils, topped off with additions like […]

Aloha ‘Ohana! We’re excited to share that we have partnered with Royal Hawaiian Center to offer our guests exclusive offers & discounts during their stay! Royal Hawaiian Center, which spans three city blocks and is located less than half a mile from Coconut Waikiki, is a short walk to the renowned shopping destination with luxury

Aloha ‘Ohana! Hawaii is home to beautiful beaches, oceans and coral reefs that serve as a home to thousands of species. The state of Hawaii is the first to pass a bill to officially ban the sale and distribution of sunscreen containing coral-harming chemicals oxybenzone and octinoxate. When you’re traveling to the islands, you will [&

We ended Earth Month in April on a high note with a community beach cleanup on April 30 to help “Restore Our Earth,” this year’s Earth Day theme, hosted by Shoreline Hotel Waikiki and Coconut Waikiki Hotel, in partnership with Surfrider Oahu. Mahalo to all of our volunteers, Surfrider Oahu, brand partners and the city […]

Aloha! There’s so many unique sweet treats of Hawaii and sometimes not enough time to check out all of them. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite places serving up local, sweet treats that are a must visit when you’re on the island.  Banan – Indulge in this dairy-free frozen goodness made from Hawaii-grown bananas! [&hel

Aloha! We’re excited to share that our hotel is now dog-friendly! We know dogs are ‘ohana and like to vacation with their “hoomans.” We love welcoming your furry friends to stay with us. Our hotel is conveniently situated next to the Ala Wai Canal, paw-fect for dog walks along the water, with the Ala Wai Dog Park located acros

Aloha! Taste your way through Oahu! We’ve rounded up a few of our favorite local places to eat on the island. Hawaii is a melting pot of cultures, offering a lot of family-owned restaurants that are unique to Hawaii. These are a few that we love to visit and support.