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Soak Up The Sun On Waikiki Beach

Undoubtedly Waikiki's most popular attraction, Waikiki beaches stretches two miles along the Pacific coast with crystal-blue waters crashing along the white sandy shore. Divided into 8 sections, Waikiki Beaches offer something for those looking for a relaxing way to spend the day or a thrilling adventure at sea. Whether you're sunning, lounging, paddling or cooling off in the water, you can enjoy breathtaking views of Diamond Head crater in the distance. Swim, kayak, surf, canoe, and catch a picture-perfect sunset before heading back to Embassy Suites by Hilton Waikiki Beach.
Duke Kahanamoku Beach of Honolulu, Hawaii Hotel

Duke Kahanamoku Beach

Located at Waikiki's western edge, Duke Kahanamoku Beach is the widest in Waikiki, perfect for families and those looking to have some fun in the sun. Named after Hawaii's legendary surfer and Olympic swimming champion, this beach, and the adjacent lagoon is popular for swimming, kayaking, canoeing, and sailing.
Fort DeRussy Beach Park of Honolulu, Hawaii Hotel

Fort DeRussy Beach Park

As the largest beach in Waikiki, Fort DeRussy Beach Park spans 71 acres filled with fun amenities open to the public. Once a military base, visitors can have a picnic in the beautiful grassy park, work on perfecting a golden tan or play some volleyball and tennis in between ocean dips.
Gray's Beach of Honolulu, Hawaii Hotel

Gray's Beach

In between Fort de Russy and Central, Gray's Beach is one of the oldest beaches in Waikiki, named after Gray's-by-the-Sea Hotel that once lived there. Gray's section of the beach is narrower than the others but great for swimming, surfing, and people-watching.
Waikiki Beach Center of Honolulu, Hawaii Hotel

Waikiki Beach Center

Also known as Royal Hawaiian Beach, the beach center is a great spot to rent beach gear, take a surf lesson, catch a Catamaran ride or paddle out on a Hawaiian outrigger canoe. Located just behind the Waikiki Police Substation, the beach center also has public bathrooms and food concession stands.
Prince Kuhio Beach of Honolulu, Hawaii Hotel

Prince Kuhio Beach

A popular bodyboarding spot, this small and narrow beach on the south shore offers great snorkeling opportunities. The beach is protected from wave action by an offshore reef with two back-to-back concrete walls that stretch about 40 yards into the ocean, perfect for kids looking to swim freely.
Kapiolani Park Beach of Honolulu, Hawaii Hotel

Kapiolani Park Beach

Located just after the Kuhio Ponds near the very southeast end of Waikiki, Kapiolani Park Beach offers sunbather's a beautiful stretch of sand and a great launching spot for surfers and boarders. Also known as Queen's Beach, it's also home to the first 1,000-foot outdoor movie screen for movie nights under the stars.
San Souci Beach of Honolulu, Hawaii Hotel

San Souci Beach

The most southern of Waikiki beaches is the most kid-friendly and features a flat bar of reef about 50 yards in, perfect for snorkeling. San Souci Beach is also a haven for swimmers, kayakers and surfers due to the natural ocean current located on the left side of the reef and beach.
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