Hotel Information - The Sand Villa Hotel Honolulu
The Sand Villa Hotel is 8 miles from the Honolulu International Airport. For business and special event travelers, the Hawaii Convention Center is just a five minute drive from the hotel. For sightseeing, the impressive Diamond Head State Monument is within easy reach at only 2 miles away, and takes about an hour and a half to hike up to enjoy the beautiful expansive view of Waikiki Beach. These beautiful white sand beaches are a convenient 5 minute walk awayl, and the hotel overlooks the Ala Wai golf course which is also just a leisurely stroll away. Always pleasing to the kids, the Honolulu Zoo is about a 10 minute walk from the hotel and just a little further (about 1 mile) you’ll find Kapiolani Park, the largest and oldest public park in Hawaii.
From the Honolulu International Airport:
Take I-H-1 E to 6th Ave (exit 25B). Turn right onto Mooheau Ave. Take the 2nd left onto Kapahulu Ave. Turn right onto Ala Wai Blvd. Turn left onto Kanekapolei Street. The Sand Villa Hotel will be on the left.
The Waikiki Sand Villa Hotel
2375 Ala Wai Blvd.
Honolulu, Hawaii 96815
(808) 921-3203 / (800) 247-1903 (Toll Free, US & Canada)
(808) 923-2541 (Reservation Fax) / (808) 926-7587 (General Fax)
Waikiki Beach - Known for its white sands, temperate weather, view of Diamond Head, amazing surfing and surf competitions.
Waikiki Aquarium - A great place to bring the family and to learn about conservation and explore Pacific marine life.
Honolulu Zoo - A kid favorite, the Honolulu Zoo is home to over 900 different kinds of animals and is conveniently located close to Diamond Head .
Wet‘n’Wild Hawaii - One of the most popular family attractions on Oahu, Wet‘n’Wild Hawaii offers more than 25 attractions for children and adults alike!
Ala Wai Municipal Golf Course - Located along the Ala Wai Canal, with views of Diamond Head, the Koolaus, and the Waikiki skyline.
Diamond Head Crater - One of Hawaii’s most recongnized icons, Diamond Head is the lasting remnant of a volcanic explosion which took place about 500,000 years ago. You can hike up to the summit to enjoy breathtaking coastal views.
The Koolaus Mountain Range - Actually a remnant of an old volcano of Oahu, it is an eastern “shield” spanning some 37 miles.
Free shuttle service with a stay of 4 nights or more!