Recent Oahu reviews
"The house was perfect for our family reunion. We loved the view from the screened-in porch and we slept well with the sound of the waves as background. The fenced-in yard was great for our grandchildren who could run around safely. The kitchen was well-equipped and there were lots of towels and beach toys for us when we went to the beach. We had a wonderful stay there!"Guest: Tom Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 25, 2014View listing
"My son and I stayed here for a week for my brother's wedding. The house was great - one BR downstairs and main BR, bath, living room/kitchen upstairs. There was only one bathroom but otherwise, there was plenty of space. There was construction going on next door which couldn't be helped and made the daytime kind of noisy, but we were out most of the time during the day anyway. It's a short trip to the small town of Kailua (we had a car) and really close to the very beautiful beach. Judy was very helpful and we really enjoyed our stay. I would recommend this property."Guest: Joan J. Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 23, 2014View listing
"Thank you Rebecca for sharing your cottage with us. My husband and I travel often and have a hectic schedule. We both needed to slow down our pace, a place to relax and regroup. Wow! This cottage is the perfect setting for just that! The first evening there we had a spectacular rainbow and sunset and nothing is as peaceful as the sound of the ocean. I would highly recommend this well maintained cottage to anyone. This was our 8th visit to Oahu and I would give this our highest rating."Guest: fox Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 1, 2014View listing
"My husband and I spent 18 days here. Such a beautifully appointed room with a completely modern and spacious feel. It was absolutely spotless (and we're picky). The kitchen was totally convenient and had everything we needed to prepare whatever we wanted. The view of the beach and the fireworks was awesome. I would definitely recommend!"Guest: Kismet M. Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: August 25, 2014View listing
Oahu Travel Tips
Oahu Lodging in the Middle of Culture
“The Gathering Place” of Hawaii is the island of Oahu because Polynesian, Chinese, Japanese, European, and Native Hawaiians all converge on this amazing spot of land. When you visit Oahu lodging, you will land at Honolulu’s airport and spread out around the island from there. Besides Honolulu, you can visit Waikiki, the North Shore, Windward Shore, and the Leeward and Central Shore. Each of these areas has Oahu resorts to make you and your family comfortable. For the shopper in you, it is best to head towards Waikiki Oahu condos, unless you prefer a scenic drive before reaching your destination.
Oahu Resorts Discover Hawaiian History
Any cultural exploration of Hawaii would not be complete unless you take a look into the past. Oahu resorts place you in the heart of ancient times, bringing you to times where Hawaiians canoed across the Pacific or when Christian missionaries inhabited the island. You can learn how World War II impacted Hawaii, the Pacific, and the United States. A short drive from Oahu condos can bring you to the Battleship Missouri Memorial or Shangri La, which was built by an early European resident.
Oahu Condos Close to Island Museums
If museums are on your list of things to do near Oahu condos, consider heading towards Bishop Museum and Planetarium or The Contemporary Museum. The Contemporary Museum offers modern art with a decidedly oriental influence. The Bishop Museum close to Oahu lodging explores the natural and cultural history of Hawaii through artifacts, geological studies, and the science adventure center. While relaxing on the decks of Oahu resorts, you can plan out your afternoon to the Mission Houses Museum or Hawaii Maritime Center.
Oahu Lodging for the Underwater Adventurer in You
The Pacific Ocean draws hundreds of people each year to Oahu lodging, so it is fitting to think about diving, snorkeling, or other underwater adventures. Atlantis Submarines provide an hour-long tour of coral reefs, tropical fish, and other marine life. Surfing, boating, or parasailing are also water activities you might partake in. Whether you want to be under or above the water, Oahu can offer it all.
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