About our Hotel in Waikiki

Pacific Beach Hotel proudly sits on land held by the Queen Lili‘uokalani Trust and is located across the popular surfing spot, Waikiki Beach.

Reasons Why Guests Choose our Hawaii Extended Stay Hotel:

  • Friendly staff available to confirm your Hotel Room Reservations: 808-922-1233
  • One of the best oceanfront locations on Oahu’s Waikiki Beach, offering dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean and world-famous Diamond Head Crater and State Monument
  • Walking distance to the new International Marketplace, Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center, Honolulu Zoo and various popular restaurants, entertainment and boutique shops
  • Located just Nine (9) miles (14 kilometers) from Honolulu International Airport , 4 miles from downtown Honolulu and 2 blocks from the Honolulu Zoo and the Waikiki Aquarium
  • Recommended Shared-Ride Shuttle service available through Roberts Hawaii
  • Spacious guestrooms and furnished balconies offer spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean and Waikiki City lights
  • Plan a meeting  in the 4th largest meeting and banquet facilities in Waikiki featuring  sparkling views  from eight spacious meeting rooms. Call our hotel in Waikiki at 808-921-6137

Queen Lili‘uokalani Trust

The Queen Lili‘uokalani Trust was born out of the aloha and care that a loving Queen had for the children and families of Hawai‘i.

“…He will keep His promise, and will listen to the voices of His Hawaiian children lamenting for their homes.  It is for them that I would give the last drop of my blood; it is for them that I would spend, nay, am spending, everything belonging to me.”
— Queen Lili‘uokalani

This powerful and moving quote by Queen Lili‘uokalani serves as an inspiration for us to perpetuate her legacy of care and compassion for the orphan and destitute children of Hawai‘i.

Deed of Trust

On December 2, 1909, Queen Lili‘uokalani executed a Deed of Trust, which established the legal and financial foundation of an institution dedicated to the welfare of orphaned Hawaiian children.

She amended her Deed of Trust in 1911 to include destitute children. Her Deed of Trust states that “all the property of the Trust Estate, both principal and income … shall be used by the Trustees for the benefit of orphan and other destitute children in the Hawaiian Islands, the preference given to Hawaiian children of pure or part-aboriginal blood.”

On November 11, 1917, Queen Lili‘uokalani died in her Washington Place home at the age of 79. She lived her life by her motto, ‘Onipa‘a (be steadfast, established, firm, resolute and determined). Her legacy is perpetuated today through the works of the Queen Lili‘uokalani Trust and Queen Lili‘uokalani Children’s Center.  For more information visit: https://www.onipaa.org/.

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