Chinatown Vacation Packages
Chinatown is the perfect place to stay in Oahu Island as some of the city’s main attractions are within easy driving distance. Two attractions that should be on every visitor’s itinerary is the fabulous Hawaii Theater and the much-loved Hawaii State Art Museum. And if your schedule allows, be sure to visit the Foster Botanical Gardens and Aloha Tower.
Those interested in exhibits and shows will find some interesting cultural highlights in and around Chinatown. Explore, learn and be thoroughly entertained in the various museums such as the Honolulu Academy of Arts in Honolulu and Bishop Museum. Enjoy seeing local and touring talent strut their stuff at the Neal S. Blaisdell Center in Honolulu and the Hawaii Opera Theater.
There are many natural gifts here as well, so don’t miss the nearby green spaces. There are no shortage of green escapes, so why not take a break in the Kaka'ako Waterfront Park in Honolulu.
Some of Oahu Island's best attractions are in the Chinatown area, including the King Kamehameha Statue in Honolulu and the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. Learn about Oahu Island’s past at Iolani Palace in Honolulu.
Treat yourself to a new outfit, grab a bite to eat or just window shop at nearby fashion hotspots like the Ala Moana Center in Honolulu and the Aloha Tower Marketplace.
There are plenty of places to put down your suitcases and to rest your weary head in Chinatown. Check out the rooms and rates at the Pagoda Hotel, Honolulu or the Aston at the Executive Centre Hotel, Honolulu, which are two of the most talked about local options.
Accommodation in Chinatown
As Chinatown has no hotels or apartments listed on Expedia's extensive database of United States of America hotels, you might be interested in staying at the Halekulani or the Aston Waikiki Beach Tower, two more upscale options located 0.7 miles away in Honolulu. The Trump International Hotel Waikiki and The Kahala Hotel & Resort are two more popular choices that won't cost you quite as much.