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WAIKIKI. THE CITY AWAKENS.

Ocean air, crashing surf, city lights, regal encounters and stolen moments in the hidden realms of this vibrant city. Lotus Honolulu at Diamond Head is Waikiki's best known secret.

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HAWAII'S ROYAL LEGACY

"The only real palace in the U.S. is in Hawaii"

 

From streets signs to iconic landmarks, every city corner reveals the names of Hawaii's royalty. Delve beyond Waikiki's urban buzz and sandy beaches to learn about Hawaii's Royalty like King Kamehameha I, who unified the Hawaiian islands and iconic figures like King Kalakaua and Queen Liliuokalani, the only Queen Regnant of the Kingdom of Hawaii.

There’s even more to explore. Just steps from the Lotus Honolulu at Diamond Head is Kapiolani Park, the oldest and largest park in Hawaii and named after our beloved Queen Kapiolani. Once a dry horse race track, it is now home to the Honolulu Zoo, the Waikiki Shell, and the Honolulu Cricket Club. During your stay, indulge in our exclusive yoga classes taught on the famous park's grassy lawn.

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THE ANCIENT ART OF HULA

“Every body movement is inscribed with meaning”    

Effortless gestures towards the sky tell the ancient Hawaiian stories of gods and goddesses, infamous battles, and deep family histories. Hula, a traditional Hawaiian dance accompanied by beautiful chants, is a rigorous art form that requires arduous training. Performed by both men and women, each movement is a sentence. Each dance is a story.

Wouldn't you like to experience Hawaii's most famous dance for yourself? Get an introduction to hula with free lessons near Lotus Hotel at Diamond Head. Mana Hawaii at Waikiki Beach Walk offers lessons for children and adults, and the Royal Hawaiian Center features popular classes in hula, lei making, Hawaiian quilting, and ukulele.

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MAJESTIC DIAMOND HEAD

Regardless of where you stand, this icon known as “Leahi” in Hawaiian, soars above all. The magnificent crater at the edge of Waikiki was named Diamond Head in the 19th century when British sailors thought they discovered precious diamonds on the slopes. Hike to the top and imagine when temple priests used kites to inform villagers of surf conditions.

THE BIRTHPLACE OF SURFING

“The Sport of Kings.”

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LOTUS HONOLULU AT DIAMOND HEAD

Your zen getaway begins the moment you step through the doors of the Lotus Honolulu at Diamond Head. Discover our exclusive boutique hotel nestled between Diamond Head and Waikiki Beach - an ideal location for guests who want an intimate oasis away from the hustle-bustle of downtown Waikiki. Relax in our newly renovated rooms designed to welcome you with island leisure and elegance. We look forward to making your stay an unforgettable occasion.

a day in the life at LOTUS HONOLULU AT DIAMOND HEAD
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7:30 am

Start your day with complimentary yoga in Kapiolani Park

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11:00 am

Borrow a bicycle and explore the beautiful Gold Coast

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2:00 pm

Soak up some sun at your choice of sandy beaches

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4:30 pm

Unwind at our daily afternoon wine service in the lobby lounge

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LOTUS HONOLULU DIAMOND HEAD

The Lotus Honolulu at Diamond Head is your vacation from it all, located at the quiet edge of Waikiki. When you stay at our hotel, you'll be in the perfect spot to unwind, with views of Diamond head and the great Pacific, and still experience the excitement of the city. With our exclusive boutique hotel amenities, such as yoga in the park, evening wine service, and bicycle rentals, you will you feel like royalty. Book your retreat today.

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