Waikiki is served by Hertz Car Rental, located at 2424 Kalakaua Avenue, as well as dozens more places from which you may rent a car in nearby Honolulu.
The name Waikiki comes from the Hawaiian language words for “spouting fresh water”, because freshwater springs, streams and wetlands once separated the neighborhood from the rest of the island.
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Once you're in Waikiki and you've picked up your car rental, you'll want to check out the many cool attractions and activities that this gorgeous area of Honolulu has to offer! The neighborhood of Waikiki stretches from the Ala Wai Canal to the north and west to Diamond Head in the east. (On Waikiki Beach, you can take truly breathtaking photos of Diamond Head!)
If you're interested in shopping, you can drive your Waikiki car rental onto Kalakaua Avenue, where you'll find many brand name stores such as Chanel, Prade, Louis Vuitton, the Apple Store, Dior, Cartier, Gucci and Tiffany & Co. Surfers also like to shop on Kalakaua Ave. where they frequent Billabong, Quiksilver and Volcom.
Ala Wai Harbor is the one of the most beautiful small boat and yacht harbors in Waikiki and the largest, too. To the east of this Waikiki attraction you can see Waikiki beach and to the west, Magic Island and the waterfront of the city. Near this harbor, you can find accommodation in the Waikiki Prince Hotel or in the Hilton Hawaiian Village.
Kuhio Beach Park is a public park located in Waikiki, near the beach. This is one of the hot spots of this area because of its beautiful location. The beach was named for the youngest son of a princess of the Kingdom of Hawaii, named Jonah Kuhio Kalaniana'ole. Within the area of this beautiful park you can admire a statue of the prince and enjoy picnic areas and beautiful views of Waikiki.
Kapiolani Park is both the largest and oldest park in the whole state of Hawaii. This Waikiki park is named after Queen Kapi'olani and it was opened to public on June 11, 1877. Within the area of this facility you can enjoy recreational activities and visit a beautiful zoological garden.
Duke's Waikiki is a wonderful eatery of Waikiki that includes a dinning room and a barefoot bar. The restaurant has a great atmosphere, is beautifully located and serves dishes of the local cuisine.