A two-story relic in the heart of Waikiki. The Breakers' close proximity to local attractions and its bargain rates make it a popular spot that is often fully booked. Relatively unchanged since it opened in 1954, the hotel is broken into six low-rise buildings centered around an outdoor sundeck and pool.
No tikis on this property but the mid-century, Japanese/Polynesian architecture is still intact, with shoji screens over the sliding doors and classic wood louvres covering the windows.
The property is walking distance to everything in central Waikiki, including the beach, which is a three-minute stroll away.