The Ilikai is a landmark oceanfront high rise hotel and condominium at the western end of Waikiki in Honolulu, Hawai'i. When it opened in 1964, the Ilikai was the first luxury high rise hotel in Hawai'i.
Conveniently located on the 3rd floor of the Ilikai Hotel, this condo is perfect for your time on Oahu. With the convenience of full kitchen, two bedrooms, and two spacious lanai this is a great pick when traveling with friends or bringing your family. Unit #310 features contemporary, comfortable living room furnishings, and sleek, modern kitchen appliances. This unit can accommodate up to 5 people, with a king size bed in one bedroom, a double in the guest bedroom, and a sofa bed in the living room. Unit includes a full bathroom with a tub and removable shower head. Enjoy the spectacular view from the relaxing and spacious lanai.
Within walking distance is shops, restaurant and the bus lines. We are minutes away from the famous Ala Moana Shopping Center, which recently expanded to include Bloomingdales and other new retailers. Close to the Hawaii Convention Center and your gateway into Waikiki.
Don't delay, book today before someone else steals your perfect unit in Paradise! Availability is limited & you don't want to miss out on this opportunity to stay in this best kept secret!
Daily, weekly or monthly available. Short term rentals pay 14.962% tax on rent. Electricity, WIFI, telephone service and basic cable included. Long term rentals pay 4.712% on rent + utilities. Parking available for an additional cost.
At $6,000, this listing is priced $3,101 more than the current market rate for a 2 bedroom home in Waikiki.
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