Comfort and Convenience
From corporate excellence, to value and convenience, the hotels near Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, HI, have the perfect accommodation for everyone. Walking distance to the beach and recreation, on-site dining, and close proximity to shopping are all items you can expect when you stay near the stadium.
Corporate travelers and leisure travelers will love the downtown location of the Aston at the Executive Centre. You can get work accomplished on a full-sized executive desk and cook in your full kitchen. The Castle Pacific Marina Inn Airport is ideal for overnight stays in Honolulu since it is close to the airport. Complimentary Wi-Fi and the free 24-hour airport shuttle make commuting to the smaller Hawaiian Island convenient. The Airport Honolulu Hotel is also near the airport and features free Wi-Fi and on-site dining. It is pet-friendly for those traveling with their four-legged family members.
Each of these hotels puts you within easy reach of Aloha Stadium. Not only is this stadium the largest in Hawaii, but it’s the site of the annual NFL Pro Bowl game. If you’re in Honolulu in the winter, see if your schedule lines up with this popular yearly highlight where the best NFL players team up for a once-in-a-lifetime football game with each other. If football is not of interest, you’ll still love Aloha Stadium, as it is home to the Swap Meet & Marketplace and charity races.
Getting Around Honolulu
Choose your venue based on your desired area and you can cut down on expenses by not renting a car. If you need to be close to downtown for business, stay at the Aston at the Executive Centre and walk short distances to corporate events and recreation.
The public bus system is quite efficient and you can make use of it to explore the area. It runs Monday through Sunday, 5:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. You could also rent a car after you arrive if you find that you prefer it on your business trip.
Recreation Options in Paradise
Among the vast recreational options when you visit Hawaii, the hotels near Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, HI, place you close to a few excellent options. For additional must-see options, including the Aloha Stadium itself, be sure and add the Honolulu Zoo to your list of must-see attractions. Though it is popular for families, you will enjoy 42 acres of lush gardens that are home to over 900 exotic animals. There is a petting zoo as well.
The Iolani Palace, on South King Street is another must-see attraction. It is the 19th century home of Hawaii’s last monarchs. It is currently a museum offering tours and exhibits that include local history and antique artifacts.
For all your shopping needs, be sure and visit the Ala Moana Shopping Center. It is the largest outdoor shopping center in the state. You can find everything from designer products to authentic Hawaiian decor and dress.