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Christmas in Hawaii


Christmas in Hawaii was inspired by past blog posts from Megan Shute. Megan is a professional write who resides on Oahu. She compiled photographs from social media that supports Oahu’s local attractions and features Christmas time in Hawaii. Now that Thanksgiving has come and gone, it’s officially the Christmas season. When you think of a traditional holiday season, the Hawaiian Islands are probably the last place to cross your mind....

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Hawaii Issues New Mandate to Enhance Safe Practices


Hawaii’s Fifteenth Proclamation Recently, the Governor issued Hawaii’s fifteenth proclamation.  COVID-19 is still present in Hawaii.  Our new cases and hospitalizations are the lowest in the country thanks to our safe practices.  The official declaration continues to allow business to operate with care. The declaration furthers the responsibility for care to visitors and residents alike. The proclamation mandates that all persons shall wear a face covering over their nose and mouth...

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Oahu’s Back on the Wave


O’ahu’s Back on the Wave Campaign We all play a vital role in fighting COVID-19 and keeping our island safe. Hawaii Dream Realty LLC also does their part to reduce risk to our community, ohana, and guests.  More recently, the company joined Oahu’s “Back on the Wave” campaign. While safe practices were already in place, the company volunteered to complete the City and County’s health and safety survey. The survey...

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Hawaii Re-opening to Tourism on October 15th


Hawaii Welcomes Visitors As the main hub of the Hawaiian Islands, it is no wonder Oahu is the most visited island. Hawaii serves up big city fun in a small island setting.  The Hawaii re-opening is just in time for the winter surf season. In other words, visitors can once again enjoy the best tropical venue the Unites States has to offer. Winter Surf Session Hawaii may be synonymous with...

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Hawaii’s Cuisine


Experience Hawaii’s Cuisine To experience Hawaii’s cuisine is to experience Hawaii’s culture. People from different countries, cultures, and religions fill our world. However, one universal bridge ties us all together. The universal bridges is food.  Food fills bellies and imparts a feeling of nourishment upon us all.  Furthermore, food crosses language barriers and opens hearts. Local Grinds The cuisine of Hawaii is also referred to as local grinds. Our local...

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The Aloha Spirit


The Aloha Spirit Hawaii’s unique charm comes from the Aloha Spirit. Aloha means the spirit of love, and is commonly used as hello and goodbye. However, Aloha also means compassion, kindness and giving. But the Aloha Spirit encompasses more than Aloha as it embodies Hawaiian values: malama: to care for ‘ohana: family ho’okipa: hospitality ‘olu’olu: graciousness kokua: helpfulness lokahi: unity and harmony kupono: honesty and fairness In summary, the Hawaiian...

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During Your Stay


Guest Rules We want you to have a wonderful stay with us in paradise and ask that you follow a few basic Guest Rules in addition to complying with the building’s House Rules. Guest Check-in All guests and guest’s visitors must register with a valid photo id (all adult occupants in the unit) at check-in with your host or in the Real Estate management office. For after-hour arrivals / check-ins,...

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Oahu Transportation Options


For the island of Oahu, you will arrive at the Honolulu International Airport and have several options of transportation between the airport and Waikiki.  Taxi’s or ride share services will be the quickest and there are also shuttle services in addition to car rental companies.  Most guests do not use a car for the duration of their stay so we recommend only renting a car for the days you intend...

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Oahu Vacationers Useful Links


Oahu Vacationers Useful Links You have a lot of options while visiting and below are some useful links for Oahu vacationers. Current Weather Conditions Honolulu International Airport Honolulu Bus Information Public Announcements & Events Shuttles & Tours Oahu Hiking Trails National Park Services Phone Numbers The area code for the state of Hawaii is (808). Oahu Visitors Bureau: (808) 524-0722 Marriage License and Civil Unions: (808) 586-4545 Honolulu International Airport Visitor Information: (808) 836-6413...

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Oahu Beaches


The biggest surprise about Oahu is how many beautiful beaches there are and how often many are utterly uncrowded if you want to explore outside of Waikiki.  Whether you are trying to discover magical, secluded beaches, or searching for beaches that are bustling with activity, you should consider the island’s geography. Waikiki Beach First is world famous Waikiki Beach is only a short stroll from our properties.  Waikiki Beach is...

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