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On the Park, at the Beach in Waikiki
Directly overlooking Queen Kapiolani Park and the best surf break in Waikiki, Queen Kapiolani rests on lands once reserved for Hawaiian royalty. From our unique location you can walk through the 300-acre Kapiolani Park to reach Diamond Head’s summit, ride a bike to Kahala, or turn right and dive into Honolulu’s surf, shopping, and nightlife.
At 19 stories tall, the Queen Kapiolani offers spectacular, unobstructed views of the blue Pacific's white-capped waves and towering Diamond Head framed by Kapiolani Park's lush canopy. These unparalleled views are yours to enjoy from your private lanai.
Enjoy our 8,000 square foot Outdoor Living Room, resting above Queen Kapiolani Park, as your personal oasis from the action of Waikiki. Enjoy the sounds of local Hawaiian slack guitar or just take a long snooze by the pool. Savor delicious locally inspired food dishes at DECK. or enjoy a craftsman cocktail at the bar.
Our new and exciting third floor restaurant DECK. led by internationally renowned chef de cuisine Richard Ampudia will be a notable addition to Waikiki and will feature a menu of local favorite dishes and world class service. DECK. has a view unlike any other, the food is Instagram worthy, and the vibe is just what you would expect - elevated, exciting, and entertaining.
Stop by Knots Coffee Roasters located in our lobby for grab and go options as well as an array of coffee and specialty beverages. It's the perfect first stop of the day to fuel up before your adventures. Be sure to stop back once the sun sets for small plates and an array of delicious wines and craft beers to help you relax and unwind.
On arrival, we want you to immediately feel our "Aloha Spirit" at check-in and then decompress as you walk through our new expansive and comfortable lobby, relaxed and inviting for both travelers and locals. We've decorated the public spaces in vibrant colors, classic Hawaiian poster art and commissioned art pieces to capture an authentic Golden Age vibe. Stop by the lobby art gallery store or surf school to plan an adventure or pick up that perfect keepsake.
When Duke was riding the waves in 1950's Golden Age Hawaii, indoor fitness wasn’t the focus, but travelers today demand a modern and spacious fitness studio. Our 2,100 square foot fitness center has been carefully designed to feature state-of-art cardio machines, weights, and other fitness equipment. Once you finish your workout, climb the Royal Art Gallery staircase to our restaurant DECK. for the freshly blended smoothie – or something stronger if you're feeling less virtuous!
The Queen Kapiolani experience is about being in Waikiki. Yes, QK is right at Kapiolani Park and Diamond Head, but turn the other way and you have the International Marketplace, shopping on Kalakaua Avenue, and Waikiki Nightlife.