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Welcome to the heart of it all.

Get ready to be swept away by the vibrant city vibe. With lively ocean vibes, and sunny skies, this place is pure magic. Let the adventure begin!


Explore Waikiki Malia: Your Ideal Waikiki Retreat — for Families, Friends, and Even Staycations

Aloha, travelers! Welcome to Waikiki Malia, an independent, locally owned and operated hotel nestled right in the heart of Honolulu. Whether you’re planning a family vacation, a trip with friends, or a refreshing staycation, our vibrant hotel is your gateway to the ultimate Honolulu experience. At Waikiki Malia, we blend excitement with relaxation, artistry with comfort, and culinary delights with festive cocktails in a setting that buzzes with energy and joy. Our hotel even offers a warm and inclusive atmosphere with multilingual staff, including Japanese-speaking team members, to ensure a welcoming experience for everyone.

Fun and Sun at Waikiki Beach

Just steps away from the soft sands of Waikiki Beach, our hotel is a haven for adventurers and relaxation seekers alike. Dive into water sports like surfing and paddleboarding, or enjoy a leisurely day soaking up the sun and laughter with your loved ones. The beach’s pristine waters and vibrant beach scene provide the perfect backdrop for creating unforgettable memories for family fun, girlfriend time, and making unforgettable memories.

Vibrant Shopping on Kalakaua Avenue

Take a stroll down Kalakaua Avenue, where fashion, fun, and local crafts meet. This shopping haven is perfect for those who seek style and charisma in their purchases, with everything from high-end fashion to locally-made housewares and resort-wear available just a few blocks from our hotel. With services and shopping information available in multiple languages, every part of your shopping experience is designed to be enjoyable and convenient.

Culinary Delights and Cocktail Celebrations

Indulge in a culinary journey that caters to every palate right here in Waikiki. From beachfront dining with fresh seafood to authentic Hawaiian luaus just a block away, our culinary offerings are entertainment in and of themselves, in addition to being a celebration of flavors. Our hotel neighborhood’s dining options cater to a global palette, ensuring all guests, including those from near and far, can find something delightful.

Unwind and Connect in Our Colorful Courtyard

After a day full of exploration and excitement, our hotel courtyard offers a tranquil yet vibrant setting to unwind. It’s a place where families and friends can gather, relax, and enjoy leisurely afternoons by the pool or soothing evenings in the hot tub. Immerse yourself in local culture with activities like lei-making and ukulele lessons—perfect for guests of all ages seeking joy and relaxation.

Your Ultimate Home Away from Home

Waikiki Malia isn’t just a place to stay—it’s a destination where fun, laughter, and joy are part of the everyday experience. Our commitment to vibrant, energetic hospitality and our dedication to providing a comfortable, stylish, and relaxing environment makes us a top choice for those seeking an unforgettable Hawaii vacation, a much-needed staycation, or comfortable and Japanese language-supported Waikiki vacation.


Plan your next adventure—or relaxing staycation—at Waikiki Malia and discover why our guests return year after year. Whether you’re visiting with family, reconnecting with friends, or seeking a local escape, we’re here to ensure your stay is filled with joy, excitement, and colorful memories.

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    Diamond Head Monument and Hike

    The unique profile of Diamond Head (Leahi) sits prominently near the eastern edge of Waikiki’s coastline. Hawaii’s most recognized landmark is known for its historic hiking trail, stunning coastal views, and military history. Diamond Head State Monument encompasses over 475 acres, including the interior and outer slopes of the crater. The trail to the summit of Leahi was built in 1908 as part of Oahu’s coastal defense system. The 0.8 mile hike from trailhead to the summit is steep and strenuous, gaining 560 feet as it ascends from the crater floor. For reservations and more information -


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    Kapiolani Park

    Kapiolani Regional Park is one of the largest public parks and the second oldest park on Oahu. It is maintained with care by the City and County of Honolulu Department of Parks and Recreation. In 1992, Kapiolani Regional Park was listed on the Hawaii State Register of Historic Places. This beautiful park space is free and open to the public to be enjoyed by all the people of Hawaii, malihini (visitors) and kamaaina (locals) alike. For more information visit -


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    Ala Moana Beach Park / Magic Island

    Ala Moana Regional Park as we know it today rests on reclaimed land that was once swampy marshland. It was part of historic change in land-use, a large development of open areas needed for additional space beginning in the 1920's. Today, the significance of the park remains paramount in the lives of local residents and visitors. As one of the state’s oldest and busiest parks, currently seeing an estimated four million users every year, Ala Moana Regional Park has become an integral part of our island community. For more information visit -


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    Fort DeRussy Beach Park

    Fort DeRussy Beach Park is a very large grassy park area with a large and excellent beach along the Waikiki strip. And includes a military museum, 71-acres of play area plus picnic tables, grills, tennis and volleyball courts, and play areas perfect for little ones. The park is also just a leisurely stroll along the beach to access delicious food and drinks from nearby hotels or the on-site concession stands