There is one Gay Waikiki Hotel, but there are plenty of Gay friendly hotels in Oahu to choose from depending on your budget.
Queen Kapiolani hotel is just a few blocks away from the gay beach. They offer a pool with sun deck, an open air lanai restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and they also have the peacock restaurant that features different types of buffets. All of the rooms have Air conditioning, telephones, refrigerators, safes, cable television and coffeemakers. They also have irons and hairdryers, but you must call the front desk to get these. They also offer in room movies for a fee.
Another inexpensive hotel is the Marine Surf Waikiki Hotel. This hotel is in the “Gay area” of Waikiki, just a few blocks from Angles Waikiki, fusions, Tapa’s and In Between. This hotel offers great rates if you want to stay close to the bars.
The Outrigger Waikiki is a little more pricey, but it is right on the beach. The Hotel has undergone a major renovation and the new lobby and guest rooms are really nice. The Hotel is home to Duke’s Canoe club which can be a lot of fun. The Hula grill offers sunset dinning with great views of the beach and Diamond Head. This can be a nice spot for you and your partner to have a truly romantic dinner.
If you are looking for a splurge type hotel that is Gay friendly, You should check out the W Honolulu. You will be pampered and have lots of peace and quiet at this luxurious hotel.
With that being said; Most of the Hotels in Waikiki are gay friendly. You can find a great hotel at a great price at Gay friendly Travelocity. Just check out the Top Hotel Deals in Honolulu right here at Travelocity.
There is one hotel a few blocks from the beach that is exclusively a Gay Waikiki Hotel. The name of this hotel is The Cabana. Vacation Suites. The Cabana Vacation Suites is Gay owned and operated and sits on a quiet street just blocks from the beach. The gay beach at Queen's Surf, Hula's Bar, Kapiolani Park, a 24-hour gym, and many shops and restaurants are all within walking distance. All of the suites are non-smoking and have air conditioning, ceiling fans, tropical teak furnishings, a kitchen which includes(coffeemaker, microwave, refrigerator, stovetop, oven, toaster and blender), an entertainment center (with flat screen LCD TV, DVD player, CD player and iPod dock), voice-mail phone, hair dryer and a balcony lanai overlooking palm trees. Wireless internet service is available on the property for a fee. Maid service is only available every third day of your stay.
THIS HOTEL CEASED OPERATIONS AND IS CLOSED ON SEPTEMBER 6TH 2010
As I said before, you don't necessarily have to stay at an all Gay Waikiki hotel because almost all of the Hotels in Oahu are gay friendly. Visit Travelocity for All-Gay/Lesbian Cruises & Vacations, You can get a great deal at gay friendly travelocity.
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