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    • Finding Apartments for Rent in Honolulu, HI

      The city of Honolulu is a marked contrast of sleek, modern skyscrapers and historic buildings that have been standing for centuries. Palm trees dot the city streets, green open spaces contrast with the cityscape and the blue Pacific Ocean adds an element of exotic fun. When searching for you new home you might have a hard time choosing that perfect neighborhood. No matter whether you’re looking for a sky-high apartment with eye-popping views or a family-friendly area close to schools, Honolulu has it all.

      Top Neighborhoods in Honolulu, HI

      Waikiki is the most famous neighborhood in Honolulu. It is home to the equally famous Waikiki Beach and iconic Diamond Head. The area is a combination of hotels and condos. While much of the focus is on the tourist dollar, long term condominium and apartment rentals are available. You’ll never be bored. Restaurants, shops and entertainment venues are just steps from your door.Diamond Head-Kapahulu is north and east of Waikiki and is more family oriented. The University of Hawaii at Manoa is on the edge of this neighborhood, giving it a youthful vibe. Both are close to downtown Honolulu, an advantage for commuting. Downtown Honolulu is another option, filled with a mixture of high-rise condos and more vintage structures. Walk to work, shops and restaurants in Honolulu’s eclectic core

      Cultural Attractions in Honolulu, HI

      Downtown Honolulu is home to Iolani Palace, the only royal palace ever built on American soil. Opened in 1882 by King Kalakaua, it was the center of government of the Hawaiian Nation before it became part of the United States. The palace doubles as “Hawaii 5-0” headquarters and because of that television exposure is one of the most recognizable landmarks. Another local attraction is the World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument at Pearl Harbor. The USS Arizona, sunk in the Pearl Harbor attack, sits on the bottom of the harbor. The USS Missouri, site of the formal surrender, is just across the channel. Then of course there’s Waikiki and its signature beach. Learn to surf, climb Diamond Head or spend a lazy Sunday at Kapiolani Park’s “along the fence” art show.

      Shopping and Dining in Honolulu, HI

      Ala Moana Center is just west of Waikiki and one of the largest malls in the United States. The mall has four levels and is home to several department stores including Nordstrom and Nieman Marcus. Find Ralph Lauren and Jimmy Choo outlets along with your neighborhood ABC Store, a fixture throughout Oahu. The Makai Market Food Court on the first level has everything from curry to take-out Chinese food. Closer to downtown Honolulu is the Aloha Tower Marketplace built on the waterfront near the cruise ship pier. Find everything from jewelry to Aloha shirts to fine fashion. Some of the biggest draws are the restaurants, including Hooters, Gordon Biersch, the first micro-brewery in Hawaii, and the Bikini Cantina that combines the flavors of Hawaii and Mexico in a fun and lively setting.

      Sports in Honolulu, HI

      Much of Honolulu’s sports activities involve water. Surfing gets most of the attention with local radio and television stations giving out regular wave reports so you’ll know when to head for the beach. Snorkeling, body surfing, fishing and sailing are other favorite past times. Football is very big in Hawaii. Every year Honolulu hosts the NFL Pro Bowl at Aloha Stadium. That stadium is also home to the University of Hawaii’s football team, the Warriors. On Christmas Eve every year the home team hosts the Hawaii Bowl. Both events are greeted with noisy enthusiasm and more than a little Hawaiian charm.

      Transportation in Honolulu, HI

      Driving and parking in Honolulu are sometimes challenging. Highway H-1 runs through the center of the city and during commute hours often resembles a parking lot. The heaviest traffic times are between 6 am and 9 am and between 3 pm and 6 pm, Monday through Friday. Parking is usually metered or found in paid lots but both fill up quickly, particularly in the downtown core and in Waikiki. Oahu does have an efficient public transportation system, simply called TheBus. It circles the entire island and is an alternative for many who just don’t want to drive. A rail transit system is in the works but no opening date has been set.

      Living in Waikiki is an adventure. The proximity to the beach, Kapiolani Park and tourist attractions make this one of the most sought after neighborhoods. It also makes this one of the most expensive. You’ll usually get less square footage for your rental dollar, space is at a premium. On the other hand with the Pacific Ocean on your doorstep you’ll most likely be spending lots of time outdoors. Most apartments and condos charge extra for parking, if they have lots available. Parking on the streets is challenging since most are metered or have extensive “No Parking” zones. The Food Pantry is the only true grocery store in Waikiki and prices tend to be higher than in other parts of the city. You’ll find an ABC Store on practically every block offering grocery basics and prepared foods. These stores are great for stocking up on Kona coffee, chocolate covered macadamia nuts, crazy T-shirts and souvenirs for the folks back home. ABC Stores also sell passes for TheBus, a convenience that makes it easier to get around.

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      1720 Ala Moana Blvd. Honolulu, HI 96815 (855) 883-3718

      $1295 - $1595

      • Studio, 1 Beds
      • 1 Baths

      Tradewinds Apartments...where the serene side of Waikiki and Ala Moana meet.

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      1229 Ala Kapuna St. Honolulu, HI 96819 (866) 598-6580

      $1500 - $1655

      • 1 - 2 Beds
      • 1 Baths

      Live the picture perfect lifestyle at Moanalua Hillside Apartments.

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      1320 Aala Street Honolulu, HI 96817 (866) 473-9527

      $1595 - $2375

      • 1 - 4 Beds
      • 1 - 2 Baths

      Waena Apartments, where lifestyle meets location. In a unique location, you'll find yourself amidst the art and cultural district, entertainment, nightlight, dining, shopping and parks.

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      655 Halekauwila St. Honolulu, HI 96813 (866) 846-5746

      $956 - $1389

      • Studio - 3 Beds
      • 1 - 2 Baths

      Halekauwila Place Apartments is located in the heart of Kaka'ako and the new urban revival.

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      1321 Ala Moana Blvd Honolulu, HI 96815 (201) 845-7300

      $2000

      • 1 Beds
      • 1 Baths

      Sublet.com ID 2463302. LOCATION IN EAST WAIKIKI, adjacent Hilton Hawn Village and Beach, 1 block to Ala Moana Mall and Beach, 8 blocks to Kapiolani H

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      1860 Ala Moana Blvd Honolulu, HI 96815 (201) 845-7300

      $2600

      • 2 Beds
      • 2 Baths

      Sublet.com ID 2462062. OCEAN VIEW across Hilton hawaiian village very large, 2 bedrooms 2 baths. fully furn including utilities. Parking, pool, gym,

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      Kaiolu Honolulu, HI 96815 (201) 845-7300

      $2200

      • 1 Beds
      • 1 Baths

      Sublet.com ID 2112797. Kaiolu Sunrise is located in the heart of Waikiki, minutes away from Waikiki beaches, four blocks from the International Marke

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      0 Ala Moana Blvd Honolulu, HI 96815 (201) 845-7300

      $2200

      • Studio
      • 1 Baths

      Sublet.com ID 2047196. Guests of Marina Tower can refresh in the swimming pool, soak in the sun with a book on the quiet poolside deck, relax in the

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      na 1860 Ala Moana Blvd 2304 Honolulu, HI 96815 (201) 845-7300

      $2600

      • 2 Beds
      • 2 Baths

      Sublet.com ID 2394932. OCEAN VIEW , located,right across from Hilton Hotel, newly carpeted painted, fully fur. 2/2 in the building there is restaur

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      Ala Wai Blvd Honolulu, HI 96815 (201) 845-7300

      $1900

      • Studio
      • 1 Baths

      Sublet.com ID 1180129. Newly updated condo located in the very center of Waikiki just steps from the beach, public transportation, and the Internatio

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      Ala Moana Blvd. Honolulu, HI 96815 (201) 845-7300

      $1799

      • Studio
      • 1 Baths

      Sublet.com ID 921597. NO VACANCIES UNTIL 06/04/14INN ON THE PARK high-rise condominium with 24-hour security is located at ALA MOANA Blvd. across the

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      Kapiolani Honolulu, HI 96826 (201) 845-7300

      $2200

      • 1 Beds
      • 1 Baths

      Sublet.com ID 1038114. MARCO POLO AWARD WINNING Luxury Building SEE WAIKIKI OCEAN,SKYLINE, GORGOUS SUNSETSWE HELP YOU BUY, OK TO BREAK LEASE IF BUYI

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      Ala Wai Blvd Honolulu, HI 96815 (201) 845-7300

      $1900

      • Studio
      • 1 Baths

      Sublet.com ID 1180136. Newly updated Sunset Condo located in the lovely Fairway Villa, just steps from the beach, public transportation, and the Inte

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      400 Hobron Lane Honolulu, HI 96815 (201) 845-7300

      $2650

      • 1 Beds
      • 1 Baths

      Sublet.com ID 2437882. Stay close to it all in a comfortable and fully equipped one bedroom. Shopping, restaurants and the world famous Waikiki beach

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      NA 1860 Ala Moana Blvd Honolulu, HI 96815 (201) 845-7300

      $2600

      • 2 Beds
      • 2 Baths

      Sublet.com ID 2462061. Ocean view very large 2bdrms 2 baths. Sauna , gym recreation area shops, parking, Fully fur. apt large lanai. fronting Hilton

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      60 Beretania St Honolulu, HI 96817 (201) 845-7300

      $2800

      • 2 Beds
      • 1 Baths

      Sublet.com ID 2450831. Honolulu Tower 2003 available AUGUST 1Beautifully furnished with style and comfort in mind. Stylish furnishings, floor-to-ceil

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      2092 Kuhio Ave. Honolulu, HI 96815 (808) 218-0502

      $2000

      • 1 Beds
      • 1 Baths

      La Casa Condo: Corporate, Military, Consultant, Business Professional, RNs, DOD, or Relocating to Hawaii/Honolulu/Waikiki. Fully furnished large 1-Bdr

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      Elele Street Kapolei, HI 96707 (201) 845-7300

      $2798

      • 3 Beds
      • 2 Baths

      Sublet.com ID 2431537. Unlimited ocean views from Diamond Head to Barbers point. Quiet cul de sac location in desirable Ocean Ridge. Built in 2007, l

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      Wilikina Drive Wahiawa, HI 96786 (201) 845-7300

      $1150

      • 2 Beds
      • 1 Baths

      Sublet.com ID 2377618. water included, free parking. near Wheeler & Schofield Barracks. Call for Appointment Dean For more details and images vis

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      Aulike Kailua, HI 96734 (201) 845-7300

      $2700

      • 2 Beds
      • 2 Baths

      Sublet.com ID 2114588. COME HOME TO A BEAUTIFUL TROPICAL PARADISE CONVENIENTLY LOCATED IN KAILUA WALK TO NEARBY RESTAURANTS, SHOPPING, BUS

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