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With temperatures that seldom fall below 65 degrees Fahrenheit, palm trees, white sand and a perfectly blue ocean, Honolulu easily beguiles visitors eager to escape the everyday. If Waikiki is the classic beach holiday of millions of tourists, then Honolulu is where visitors can meet the real Hawaii - and real Hawaiians. This is a city with a distinctly Polynesian flavor and culture quite apart that of mainland United States. Honolulu is situated on the southern coast of the island of Oahu, featuring a bold modern skyline that rivals the mountains in the distance. With its spectacular scenery and easy tropical appeal, finding just the right Honolulu hotels is simple with Venere. Venere offers a wide range of Honolulu hotels at varying price levels accompanied by reliable customer reviews and an easy to use booking interface.

What's Honolulu Like?

Along with miles of white sandy beaches, travelers can explore this tropical paradise with a visit to Diamond Head, the famous cliff that represents Hawaii for many outsiders. It features 2 miles of trails for hiking and spectacular views of the jungle and ocean below. Manoa Falls, approximately a mile's hike outside the city, offers lush vegetation and the sparkling waterfall to enjoy. History buffs will enjoy a trip to Pearl Harbor, the site of the infamous attack on December 7, 1941 and where today tourists can walk through the USS Arizona Memorial. Whether a novice or at an experienced level, surfing in the warm oceans is a must and lessons and tours are available at a large number of locations. Traditional Hawaiian fare includes plenty of seafood and delicacies like... spam. It's true that spam makes it onto the menu in many a respectable establishment and there are also many Japanese and other Asian restaurants.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Honolulu

Honolulu's cultural ties lie partly with North America but more practically with other Pacific Rim countries. There are many elements of Japanese and other Polynesian cultures here along with the indigenous Hawaiian traditions; in fact about 20 percent of the population is ethnic Japanese. It's also a common custom to remove shoes at the door before entering a residence. Both English and Hawaiian are the official languages, although many locals still speak a version of pidgin English that is difficult for outsiders to grasp. Hawaiians are typically very open, friendly and eager to help tourists with directions and other practical advice. Hawaiians love to share food and music and even first time visitors will find socializing with the locals is as easy as striking up a conversation. Ocean view or city side, Venere is the easiest way to book the perfect hotel in Honolulu.