For many Waikiki is a destination, for others it is a neighborhood.

The Cove Waikiki is centrally located to shopping, dining, entertainment, schools and some of Oahu’s best parks. A few highlights from the neighborhood are showcased below.
 

In The Neighborhood

Morimoto Waikiki

Morimoto Waikiki

A sleek, high-concept restaurant opened by Masaharu Morimoto, star of Iron Chef America, features harbor views, indoor-outdoor dining, a sushi bar and a bar.
 
Ala Moana Center

Ala Moana Center

The world’s largest outdoor shopping center and Hawaii’s premier shopping, entertainment, and dining destination with nearly 70 dining options.
 
Waikiki Shell

Waikiki Shell

With world-famous Diamond Head for a backdrop, this shell-shaped facility – with its acoustically sophisticated stage, is an ideal location for twilight concerts
 
 
Ala Moana Park

Ala Moana Park

A beautiful 76-acre park noted for its excellent swimming and surfing. There are also shaded picnic facilities and grassy areas perfect for family outings.
 
Ward Centers

Ward Centers

Where local residents go for unique shopping, dining and entertainment. Choose from five specialty centers with over 120 unique shops and 22 restaurants.
 
Eggs'n Things

Eggs’n Things

The popular Waikiki eatery for both locals and tourists since 1974, using fresh ingredients, keeping the prices reasonable, and treating everyone like Ohana (family).
 
 
Room Without a Key

House Without a Key

One of the favored traditions of the original Halekulani – cocktails and Hawaiian music under the century-old Kiawe tree – is faithfully preserved here.
 
Waikiki Beach

Waikiki Beach

A retreat for Hawaiian royalty in the 1800s, it now hosts many events a year, including surf competitions, outdoor performances, and hula dancing.
 
Honolulu Zoo

Honolulu Zoo

The largest zoo within a radius of 2,300 miles, with over 600,000 annual visitors.
 
 
Waikiki Beach Walk

Waikiki Beach Walk

Nearly eight acres along well traversed Lewers Street — transformed into a colorful and spirited showcase; the gathering place for the new Waikiki.
 
Fort DeRussy Park

Fort DeRussy Park

Fort DeRussy Park is a large grassy park with picnic tables and barbeques, the U.S. military’s Hale Koa Hotel, and the United States Army Museum of Hawaii.
 
Neal S. Blaisdell Center

Blaisdell Center

Concerts, theatrical performances, sporting events, and trade shows, the Neal S. Blaisdell Center plays host to them all.
 
 
Waikiki Yacht Club

Waikiki Yacht Club

The premier yacht club in the Pacific. A fun-loving club with non-stop activities both on and off the water.
 
The Modern Honolulu

The Modern Honolulu

Rekindling the glamour of Waikiki and elevating it with service standards that exceed even the loftiest expectations. It’s a laid-back take on luxury.
 
Ala Wai Golf Course

Ala Wai Golf Course

The par-70 Ala Wai Golf Course is a favorite course amongst locals. Hosting some 145,000 rounds a year, it’s possible, although not easy, to secure a tee time.