START AT THE BEGINNING
Hotel Badam offers the best of both worlds. Just one block from Waikiki's best beaches, the hotel is located in the newly renovated area of Waikiki, offering ample dining, shopping and nightlife options.
Within a few steps from the hotel you'll find popular Fort DeRussy Beach, located next to beautiful and expansive Fort DeRussy Park, as well as dining options like Ruth's Chris Steakhouse, YardHouse & so much more.
SURF & SAND
Waikiki's Best Beaches
Hotel Badam is steps away from Waikiki's best beaches. Stroll down to the Fort DeRussy Beach in the morning for a stroll, or visit later in the day to watch a game of beach volleyball. Nearby vendors offer rentals for popular ocean sports, too!
EAT, DRINK & ENJOY
Restaurants & Dining
Ask our concierge for recommendations on the best places to eat and dine in the area. Directly next door to the hotel are Waikiki's popular Tommy Bahama Cafe and Hardrock Cafe, as well as one of Honolulu's highest rated ramen restaurants.
Whether you are shopping for gifts, souvenirs or want to shop at one of Honolulu's luxury retailers, you are in luck when you stay at Hotel Badam. Walk out of the hotel to the newly renovated shopping areas surrounding the hotel.
Known as "The Gathering Place", Oahu offer visitors an escape to island paradise with easy access to award-winning restaurants, beautiful beaches, great nightlife and so much more. Stay in Waikiki or venture out and explore more of what Oahu has to offer.
OAHU'S NORTH SHORE
Oahu's legendary North Shore has a lot to offer travelers. The least populated area of Oahu, the North Shore is known largely for the large winter swells that bring in surf competitons during the winter.
Expansive beaches, a variety of short hikes, scuba diving, boutique shops and a variety of dining options await visitors to the area.
Hawaii is largely dependent on our local coral reef. Explore the underwater terrain and see a whole new view of island paradise. Colorful fish, green sea turtles and varieties of coral reef are yours to explore. Just make sure you are wearing reef-safe sunscreen to keep our reef safe.
Oahu has dozen of visitor-friendly hikes for various levels expertises. Diamond Head (also known as Lēʻahi) offers incredible views of the Pacific Ocean and Waikiki. Manoa Valley trail is a short, usually muddy hike (it's in the rainforest) with a stunning waterfall. Ask our team for more suggestions on local hikes on your visit.
A short drive (or bus ride) away waits Pearl Harbor, a memorial of one of the defining moments in U.S. history. Visitors can visit several ships pay homage to the men that lost their lives on the day that will live in infamy.