Getting Around Waikiki
Waikiki’s 1.5-mile stretch of white sand beach is bound by the Ala Wai Canal to the north and west, Kapahulu Avenue to the east, and the Pacific Ocean to the south. With this simple geography in mind, you’ll be navigating Waikiki’s streets like a local in no time. Make your visit simple with our ultimate guide to getting around Waikiki. Here’s a snapshot of what the neighborhood has to offer in terms of transportation options.
Due to COVID-19, transportation mentioned may reduce their hours or suspend service at any time. We recommend checking City and County of Honolulu or State of Hawai‘i mandates and individual websites for operating hours, updates, and social distancing measures before riding.
Rent a Bike in Waikiki
Grab Honolulu by the handlebars and ride around Waikiki and surrounding neighborhoods. The Biki program makes it easier than ever. Honolulu’s bike-sharing system provides over 1,000 bikes at 130 conveniently located self-service “Biki Stops” throughout Honolulu. The sturdy aquamarine bikes are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and can be rented by the hour. Simply unlock a bike using your credit card and return to any bike depot in the city.
Rent a Moped, Scoot Coupe, or Segway in Waikiki
Small motorized vehicles are the perfect solution for your short-distance trips around Waikiki. Reaching speeds of around 30 mph, the personal transporters allow for easy, carefree travel on city streets. You’ll find quite a few moped, scoot coupe, and segway stands around the neighborhood, so shop around a bit before deciding. Hawaiian Style, Cruzin Hawaiʻi, Segway of Hawaiʻi, and Hawaiʻi Trikes are just a few.
Rent a Car in Waikiki
Uber, Lyft, and taxis are always available in Waikiki, but if you’d like to have your own set of wheels during your stay, opt for renting a vehicle to travel comfortably and conveniently to the incredible sites of Oʻahu. Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel’s on-site transportation partners include Avis/Budget® Car Rental and Zipcar ride-sharing vehicles. Valet parking services are also available. Now for a limited time, guests can receive spacious accommodations, a compact car rental from Avis/Budget® Car Rental, and free daily valet parking with our Snooze-n-Cruise Room and Car special offer.
Get Around by Bus or Trolley in Waikiki
Waikiki’s public transportation makes it easy to get where you’re going without a car. Explore Waikiki at your own pace on TheBus, which makes stops all over Waikiki. Returning this June, the sightseeing Waikiki Trolley offers three exciting hop-on, hop-off lines that feature the best of Honolulu. Hop on the Ala Moana Shopping line to be whisked from Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel to the Ala Moana Center and everywhere in between.
Explore Waikiki on foot
Waikiki was made for walking. Our pedestrian paradise is dotted with world-class restaurants, boutiques, and excellent photo opportunities. Some of our stroll-worthy streets are Kuhio Avenue, Ala Wai Boulevard, and Kalakaua Avenue, the neighborhood's main thoroughfare. Make a day of it and plan to spend some time in Kapiʻolani Regional Park before walking north along Kalakaua Avenue. The famed street that runs the length of Waikiki is always heavily trafficked with sightseers taking advantage of the great shopping and dining opportunities.
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