Waikiki Beach

One of the most well-known beaches in the world, this two-mile stretch of white sand and calm turquoise blue ocean fringed by towering high-rises and boutique resorts is located on the South Shore of Oahu.

Ala Moana Beach Park

Ala Moana Beach Park is a playground that just about offers something for everyone, including a half-mile stretch of white sand beach. Compared to many Oahu beaches, Ala Moana Beach Park offers acres of shady trees and picnic tables, as well as tennis courts, a yacht club and an additional half crescent beach called Magic Island.

Diamond Head Beach Park

Located less than three miles away from Shoreline Hotel Waikiki, Diamond Head Beach Park is the spot you venture to when you want to get away from the hustle & bustle of Waikiki and its beaches.

Waimea Bay

Located in Haleiwa in the North Shore of Oahu, Waimea is famous for its 30-foot waves in the winter and is renowned to watch some of the world’s best professional surfers at Banzai Pipeline and Sunset Beach. In the summertime, calmer waters allow for swimming and snorkeling!

Sandy Beach

Sandy Beach is a beautiful isolated stretch of sand that lies just beyond the popular Halona Blowhole. Known for two things - powerful shore breaks and the soft, fine beach sand - this scenic beach is at the base of Koko Crater.

Leahi Beach Park

Located on the foothills of Diamond Head, Leahi Beach Park is the perfect spot for groups to barbecue and picnic overlooking the ocean.

Makapu’u Tide Pools

Off the beaten path, visit the coastal tide pools (perfect for a swim) & blowholes made from black lava, reachable by a beachfront hike. Be sure to go at low tide and be careful of the blowholes!