Available activities include sun bathing, swimming, Historic Hotel Tours, and much more.
Sipping tea at the resort’s Banyan Veranda was a Waikiki tradition in the early 1900s.
Humpbacks can be seen from late January until late April. There is a pod of spinner dolphins that make their home in Waikiki. They can often be seen 300 yards in front of the resort. Turtles make an appearance daily on the shores fronting the resort.
Hawaii's Golden Past
Rich in turn-of-the-20th-century history, walking tours of the resort and grounds detail the Moana’s Victorian elegance. A wealth of memorabilia documenting the resort’s colorful history is displayed in the Historical Room.
In addition to a freshwater pool and private beach area, the resort offers snorkeling, scuba diving, and parasailing. Catamaran sails, canoe rides, surfing lessons, and various other beach activities are only steps away.
This area is by far the most delightful area in Waikiki for guests to enjoy the swaying palms, a refreshing tropical beverage, and the spectacular expanse of the Banyan Tree, planted in 1904. More >