At Outrigger Waikiki Beach ResortExperience The Best Club on the Beach
Why is Waikiki one of the most iconic travel destinations in the world? We have a few theories. For starters, the Waikiki district is located on the island of Oahu and runs adjacent to world-renowned Waikiki Beach. It's safe to say that the area has something for everyone: excellent shopping, rich cultural experiences, family fun, nightlife, surf -- it's all here.
Whether you're looking for a picnic lunch on the beach, or a fine dining experience, the growing food scene in Waikiki is not to be missed. Foodies and eaters alike will find an exciting variety of choices, from traditional Hawaiian cuisine to innovative ocean-to-table hot spots. And of course, don't forget the crowd favorites like shave ice, loco moco, and poke bowls. You'll find all you're craving. Instagram-worthy moments included.
Enjoy craft beers brewed here in the islands, handcrafted cocktails, and locally-sourced food made completely from scratch right here in our kitchen - from bread to ketchup. Featuring the island's largest bar, local music, and two happy hours every day.
Kani Ka Pila Grille, located poolside at Outrigger Reef Waikiki Beach Resort, serves lunch, dinner and tropical drinks daily. But its real draw is top-notch live entertainment by some of Hawaii's greatest island musicians, hot new local talent, and island artists of international renown.
What does your perfect day in Waikiki look like? Whether you want to surf at dawn patrol or relax in the afternoon sun, Waikiki has something for everyone. Feeling adventurous? Try some Hawaiian poke. Take a stand up paddleboard lesson or canoe alongside the rolling tides. Learn the hula, make a flower lei for a loved one, or chat with legendary Duke’s Waikiki beach boys. Or try one of our Signature Cocktails (we assure you, they are delicious).
Duke's OceanFest is held each summer in Waikiki in honor of Hawaiian legend Duke Paoa Kahanamoku, who is fondly remembered as the greatest waterman who ever lived. Held at venue sites throughout Waikiki, OceanFest features a variety of ocean sports that were close to Duke's heart, including Surfing, Paddleboard Racing, Swimming and more.
Join us at TOMA (The Terrace of Modern Art) - the monthly art series presented by Waikiki Beachcomber and Hawaiian Aroma Caffe. Each month, TOMA features different local artists who capture the spirit of Waikiki like no other. All are welcome to this complimentary event.
We believe in love at first sight. One look at Waikiki Beach and you'll see why. From ceremony to reception, Outrigger provides everything to make your wedding day unforgettable - from spectacular ceremonial settings to a full suite of support services and an experienced staff who'll tailor your event to suit your most heartfelt weddings dreams.
Delivering a wide variety of wedding experiences, including the romance of a Hawaii-style beachfront ceremony, with a flower lei for the groom, a floral bouquet for the bride, and an exchange of vows overlooking Waikiki Beach and Diamond Head.
Ho‘i hou ke aloha ("Fall in love all over again"). Complimentary vow renewal ceremonies are offered to guests of Outrigger Waikiki Beach Resort and Outrigger Reef Waikiki Beach Resort. We invite you to renew your vows in a unique Hawaiian ceremony, with the rising sun, the ocean and the beach as your witnesses.
Forgot your sunglasses at home? Looking for a locally-made, one-of-a-kind gift to bring home? There are plenty of shopping options right in the heart of Waikiki. From the spirited showcase of Waikiki Beach Walk to the brand new International Market Place, you'll have no trouble finding just what you need. And likely, a bit more.
Polynesian navigators boldly traveled vast, uncharted distances, driven by an unlimited desire to explore the world beyond the horizon. It was a world they greeted with open arms. Here at Outrigger, we strive to follow their example. In fact, we've been doing it for 70 years, after opening our first hotel in Waikiki in 1947.
A variety of complimentary guest programs offer a glimpse into Hawaii's rich island culture and an opportunity to "talk story" with local residents, like canoe-building demos with our friends at the Polynesian Voyaging Society.