Laying down its emerald floor in the deep blue of the North Pacific, Hawaii claims a truly unique location that bridges its Polynesian heritage to American influences without missing a beat (of its ukulele riddled folk music). Truly a world apart from the other states in the US, Hawaii is replete with the wiles of the Pacific, where a laidback surf lifestyle mingles with multicultural heritage to emerge victorious amid the thundering coastal waves that kiss this isolated, serene paradise. Miramar at Waikiki breathes life into Hawaiian visions (think sipping something tropical with a Hibiscus flower in your hair) minutes away from Waikiki Beach in the vibrant city of Honolulu.
The hotel is decorated in a modern style, with island flavours from the nearby coast splashed across the bright floral bedding. Rooms come with air-conditioning to cool down after your time spent lounging on the sundeck, and there are attentive staff members to cater to your every poolside need. There is also coffee available to energize your mornings in the city, and cable TV with movies and video games available after you make your way in from the beach or surrounding excursions.
Food and Drink
Fusion foods reign supreme in the Hawaiian Islands, where a host of immigrants have incorporated the best of their cuisines; cocktails served in coconuts are just the beginning. At Miramar there are four a la carte restaurants to choose from, including Fatty's Chinese Kitchen, Mika Won II Korean, Denny's and Sammy's Restaurant where you can sample buffet breakfasts staring local favourites (and a wide variety of fresh fruit). There are also two bars on site: one in the lobby and one by the pool.
Miramar is conveniently located next door to the International Marketplace where artisan stands sprawl across the open-air market and are guarded by the Banyan trees that sway lazily overhead. There are also many tours and attractions that can be booked through the hotel including snorkeling and catamaran tours, and you can venture to nearby golf courses or the historic site of Pearl Habour. The Honolulu Zoo and Waikiki Aquarium are also within walking distance where you can inspect the coral that stretches across the island or watch the lively mischief of monk seals.