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6.7 miles from Cruise Port

Aston At the Executive Centre Formerly Resortquest
Aston At the Executive Centre
1088 Bishop Street,
Honolulu, HI 96813 US

The Aston Executive Centre is located in the center of Honolulu's business district, six miles from Honolulu International Airport. The downtown location is convenient to Honolulu's business and government buildings, Aloha Tower Marketplace, Restaurant Row, Chinatown, and more. Within one mile are Honolulu Harbor...More

8 miles from Cruise Port

Aulani-a Disney Resort and Spa
Aulani-a Disney Resort and Spa
92 1185 Ali Inui Drive,
Kapolei, HI 96707 US

The wonders of Hawaii. The magic of Disney. Perfectly placed on a beautiful beachfront cove, Aulani rests on 21 acres, with lushly detailed rooms and suites that offers kids, adults and families Hawaiian vacation experiences with a special magic that only Disney can create.Just close enough to Honolulu for Guests...More

8.6 miles from Cruise Port

Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki
Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki
100 Holomoana Street,
Honolulu, HI 96815 US

At the gateway to Waikiki, the Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki overlooks the Ala Wai Yacht Harbor. Comprising 521 rooms in one 33-floor tower, the Hawaii Prince Hotel offers extensive facilities and services. In addition to four cafes and restaurants, the hotel has a business center that is staffed weekdays and...More

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About the Port of Honolulu

Hawaii is most people's definition of paradise, and its biggest city is Honolulu. Situated on the south side of the island of Oahu, it is considered a gateway to the west from Asia and a must-visit tourist destination. It is a popular port for cruise liners and has no shortage of things to do.

Honolulu was first settled as early as the 11th century. It became the capital of Hawaii in 1845, when it was ruled by King Kamehameha I. The most famous event in Honolulu's history was the bombing of Pearl Harbor in 1941. Despite its rocky history, Honolulu remains Hawaii's most populous and popular city, its main port and airport, and most famous tourist destination.

Honolulu is home to many attractions for visitors. The Ala Moana Shopping Center has over 300 stores and is the largest open-air shopping mall in the world. The city's skyline is the fourth biggest in the country, behind New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago. Waikiki is home to most of Honolulu's hotels and its most popular beaches. There are also numerous museums and galleries in the city.

Honolulu Harbor is the docking port for cruise ships stopping in the city. Ships stop right next to the Aloha Tower Marketplace, a shopping center with upscale restaurants and stores. From the pier, you can also check out other local cruises, including whale watching and fishing expeditions.

Visitors to Honolulu can take home a variety of island souvenirs, including flower leis, handcrafted wooden bowls and figurines, shell jewelry, island clothing, locally-grown coffee and macadamia nuts, and Hawaiian music CDs. These can all be found across Honolulu, and there are even annual festivals where local merchants sell their crafts.