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Get Lost in the Excitement

Aqua Bamboo has earned the Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence 5 years in a row for consistently receiving excellent traveler reviewsWaikiki has distinctive urban charm, offering the best of city life with a laid-back vibe. The streets are lined with shops, restaurants and bars, making Waikiki a lively destination for all walks of life. In addition to being just a short stroll to the beach, we are conveniently located just a couple of blocks to entertainment at the Royal Hawaiian Center and Waikiki Beachwalk.

We revel in this excitement, but also cherish our place as Waikiki’s hidden gem. The Aqua Bamboo’s comfortable rooms and suites are upgraded to offer WiFi internet access, air conditioning, private balconies, kitchenettes or fully-equipped kitchens in most rooms, and more.

Our hotel is a proud member of the Green Hotels Association, providing guests with remarkable amenities through energy-saving measures.


Paddleboarding at Waikiki Beach

Stand Up Paddle Boarding

SUP is a popular beach activity in Hawaii, with roots in the 1940s when surf instructors in Waikiki like Duke Kahanamoku and Leroy and Bobby AhChoy would take paddles and stand on their boards to get a better view of the surfers in the water and incoming swells. Try to find your own balance with a modern-day lesson!

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Diamond Head State Monument

Lyon Arboretum

Wander the impressive gardens at Lyon Arboretum, which houses over 5,000 tropical plant species on 194 acres. Nestled in Manoa Valley’s tropical rainforest setting, you’ll connect with nature with walks through an herb and spice garden, the Native Hawaiian Garden, and the Beatrice Krauss Hawaiian Ethnobotanical Garden.

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