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The Most Romantic Places on Oahu

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Hawaii is one of the most romantic places on the planet, and while Oahu can be crowded with honeymooners, there are hundreds of private, romantic spots worth visiting during your stay. Plan your romantic getaway and leave the rest of the romance up to the experience itself. read more about The Most Romantic Places on Oahu

Ola at Turtle Bay Resort

Ola at Turtle Bay Resort

  • 57-091 Kamehameha Hwy
  • Turtle Bay Resort
  • tel:808/293-0801
  • Visit website
  • Kahuku, 96731
Na Ho'ola Spa

Na Ho'ola Spa

  • 2424 Kalakaua Avenue
  • Hyatt Regency Waikiki Resort & Spa
  • tel:+1 808 921 6097
  • Visit website
  • Honolulu, 96815-3289
Chinaman's Hat

Chinaman's Hat

  • 2424 Kalakaua Avenue
  • Hyatt Regency Waikiki Resort & Spa

Formally known as "Mokoli'i" (or "Little Lizard"), Chinaman's Hat is a cone-shaped island that resembles the round hat worn by rural folk in China. With just a single but lovely beach on its far side, a visit to the Hat is certainly a rewarding experience for those willing to take the time to venture there. Use reef walkers to wade over at low tide, or take a kayak or raft at high tide from Kualoa's recreation area. read more about Chinaman's Hat

Serenity Spa Hawaii

Serenity Spa Hawaii

  • 2169 Kalia Road, Second Floor
  • Diamond Head Tower, Outrigger Reef on the Beach
  • tel:+1 808 926 2882/ +1 866 926 2882 (Toll Free)
  • Visit website
  • Honolulu, 96815
Lanikai Beach (Mokulua's)

Lanikai Beach (Mokulua's)

  • Mokulua Drive
  • Kailua, 96734

'Lanikai' means "heavenly sea," and the name is fitting for this small neighborhood in Kailua. Lanikai Beach, which consistently ranks among the world's top beaches, is known for its clear, turquoise water and expanse of soft white sand. This is one of the island's best beaches for tranquil waters and swimming. The two small islands sitting offshore are the Mokuluas, and are protected bird sanctuaries. North Mokulua is open to the public during the day and accessible by kayak, making for a perfect day trip. read more about Lanikai Beach (Mokulua's)

Pali Lookout

Pali Lookout

  • Nuuanu Pali Drive
  • (Take the Nuuanu Pali exit off Highway 61)
  • Honolulu, 96744

The Nu'uanu Pali Lookout ("Cool Height Cliff") overlooks the steep cliffs of the Koolau mountain range, and remains one of the best vistas on Oahu. In 1795, King Kamehameha and his warriors defeated the Oahu armies by sending them over the cliffs, thereby claiming his victory and uniting the Hawaiian islands. The breathtaking sight and the gruesome history of the battle fought here is enough to cause a chill to run up your spine. Add to that the incredible winds that pass through the Pali and you could certainly be swept off your feet. read more about Pali Lookout

Hau Tree Lanai

Hau Tree Lanai

  • 2863 Kalakaua Ave
  • In the New Otani Kaimana Beach Hotel
  • tel:808/921-7066
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  • Honolulu, 96815
Alan Wong's Restaurant

Alan Wong's Restaurant

  • 1857 South King Street, third floor
  • (Between Punahou and McCully streets)
  • tel:+1 808 949 2526
  • Visit website
  • Honolulu, 96826
Lewers Lounge

Lewers Lounge

  • 2199 Kalia Road
  • Halekulani Hotel
  • tel:808 823 2311 / 800 367 2343
  • Visit website
  • Honolulu, 96815
Chef Mavro Restaurant

Chef Mavro Restaurant

Town

Town

  • 3435 Waialae Ave
  • At 9th St
  • tel:808/735-5900
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  • Honolulu, 96816
Halekulani

Halekulani

  • 2199 Kalia Rd
  • At the ocean end of Lewers St
  • tel:800/367-2343
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  • Honolulu, 96815