Oahu Vacation Rentals

Resort Condos and Vacation Homes

Aloha! If you’re looking for great Oahu vacation rentals, you’ve found just what you’re looking for at Great Hawaii Vacation Rentals. We are delighted to present a large collection of Oahu vacation homes and condos to choose from for your next Hawaii vacation.

On the magnificent island of Oahu, the right accommodation can make the difference between an ordinary vacation and an exceptional Hawaiian experience. Oahu vacation rentals are found in every area of the island, surrounded by breathtaking views such as the Pacific Ocean, Diamond Head, and lush tropical forests.

The most popular rental areas are Waikiki, Kailua, and the North Shore. However, there is a wide selection in quieter areas, such as Lanikai and Kaaawa, offering a more authentic island experience. You may have a theme for your vacation in mind, such as romance, adventure, family fun, or solitude – so research your options to ensure your rental will be exactly where you want.

Oahu is well-known for numerous family-friendly activities, making it the perfect place for your children’s first Hawaiian adventure. You’ll find a variety of vacation rental homes and condos that not only have plenty of beds for the entire family, but also fully-stocked kitchens, washer/dryer, numerous TVs, DVD players, pool tables, game rooms, wireless Internet, and close access to the beach.

Whether you’re heading out for a day of sun and fun or resting after a long day of activities, your rental will make it easy to keep the kids quiet and entertained. The choice between a sterile hotel room, from which you’ll want to escape every day, and a cozy accommodation inviting you to soak in the beauty of the island is an easy one.

A vacation in Oahu is easily filled with an abundance of water activities, including swimming, kayaking, snorkeling, surfing, body boarding, parasailing, scuba diving, deep-sea fishing, and you can even come face to face with sharks in a shark cage tour.

There are also plenty of historical sites and museums on Oahu. The Bishop Museum, in downtown Honolulu, allows one to learn about Hawaii’s transition from a Monarchy to become the 50th State. The museum chronicles the seafaring migration of the early Polynesians to Hawaii, along with the impact of later Asian immigration to support sugar cane production and its subsequent impact on Hawaii.

Another popular attraction is the Polynesian Cultural Center in Laie, on Oahu’s north shore. Several different Polynesian cultures are represented in this living museum, including those of Tahiti, Fiji, and Samoa. Stay for an evening multicultural show, a festive authentic luau, a canoe pageant, and lots of music.

Be sure to set aside part of a day to tour Pearl Harbor and the landmark Arizona Memorial. History buffs will also want to tour the Battleship Missouri and USS Bowfin Submarine.

You’ll also find a large choice of spas and wellness centers, to help you relax and rejuvenate from the faster pace of life on the mainland.

If Oahu sounds like the ideal destination to spend a few days (or weeks), then click below to investigate the many accommodation options. For a genuine Hawaiian experience, select the perfect Oahu vacation rental that will ensure all the privacy and amenities needed to enjoy a laid-back island vacation.