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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Portlock Travel Tips

Portlock House Rentals in a Beach Paradise

When planning your Hawaii vacation, choose Portlock house rentals and Portlock beach rentals. Whether you make your vacation home on or off the beach, you'll find the luxurious accommodations suit the beauty of South Oahu perfectly. The many attractions of Honolulu are close at hand, such as the Queen Kapiolani Park (now an historic site thanks to its century-old Banyan Trees); the park itself contains such landmarks as the Honolulu Zoo and the Waikiki Aquarium.

Fun in Sand and Sea

Of course, you may never make it past the beaches. Don't worry if you get sand on the floors of your Portlock beach rentals – they're used to it. This being Hawaii, a beach is close no matter the location of your Portlock house rentals, and South Oahu features some of the best beaches around. From Ala Moana Beach Park to favorite Lanikai Beach, do not miss the opportunity to swim in the deep blue waters, build sand castles, and watch the tide come in and roll out. Just watch out for falling coconuts. The lagoons and reefs are home to amazing creatures, from tropical fish to birds to sea turtles.

The Iolani Palace

Make sure you do explore inland. Do not miss the Iolani Palace, a National Historic Landmark and the only royal palace in the United States used as an official residence by a reigning monarch. There's only one, and this is it. See it! In 1893, when the monarchy came to an end, the palace became the capital building for the government up until 1969. In 1978 the building was restored and became a museum. This is just one of many man-made attractions – the sea turtles will understand if you see a few. Enjoy your tropical vacation in the comfort of South Oahu vacation rentals and experience what Hawaii has to offer.

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