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1888 Kalakaua Avenue, Honolulu, HI 96815
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1888 Kalakaua Ave Unit APT-print-042-030


  • Completed in 1993

  • Unique architecture with two, 38-story towers bridged together at the penthouse levels.

  • 217 units in each tower, comprised of studios, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom units.

  • Each unit originally equipped with marble baths, a large Jacuzzi tub, a separate shower stall, and private lanais.

  • Prime location at the entrance of world-famous Waikiki

  • Building amenities include a car wash in the garage for residents’ vehicles, large lap pool, a large adult spa, a very large pool with a waterfall, a children’s pool and spa, a recently renovated cabana/entertainment area, and a brand-new fitness center and community room for exclusive use of residents.




$10,000 PER MONTH

6-month minimum

- 3 BD, 3 BA 

- Intr Size: 3,186 ft² / 296 m²

- Views: Ocean, Mountain & City

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- 2 BD, 2 BA

- Intr Size: 2,015 ft² / 187 m²

- Views: Ocean, Mountain & City

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$12,000 PER MONTH

6-month minimum

- 3 BD, 3 BA 

- Intr Size: 3,186 ft² / 296 m²

- Views: Ocean, Mountain & City



- 2 BD, 2 BA

- Intr Size: 1,255 ft² / 117 m²

- Views: Ocean, Mountain & City



  • Swimming pool, lap pool

  • Hot tub

  • Two spas

  • Concierge/security

  • Car wash

  • NEW Fitness Center (Opened in July 2018)

  • Cabana area


Famous for its white sand beach, Waikiki remains one of the premier neighborhoods in Honolulu. Take a swim or catch the sunset at one of its world-renowned beaches. If you crave the outdoors, rent snorkels to see turtles at Kaimana Beach, take a surfing lesson, or catch a game/relax at Kapiolani Regional Park. There are countless places along Waikiki to rent snorkels or stand-up paddle board (SUP) /surfboards for a day. After a day outside, enjoy shopping that is open almost every day of the year, or have dinner at one of Waikiki's famed restaurants like Michel's or Roy's. Because Waikiki is the center of attraction in Honolulu, there are parades and events happening year-round, which means that there is no shortage of things to do in the city! 


When you would like to venture outside of Waikiki, the Ala Moana Center - Hawaiʻi's largest mall - is only a hop skip and a jump away! Ala Moana Center has all of the best shops on the island, including a Nordstrom, Bloomingdale's, Chanel, Valentino, and more. Honolulu's famous skyline of Diamond Head is also close by for a brisk walk or hike. 


Other landmark on Oʻahu include the following:  

  • Kailua and Lanikai white sand beaches 

  • Pearl Harbor/USS Arizona Memorial 

  • ʻIolani Palace, the only royal palace in the U.S. 

  • North Shore's world-famous surf beaches, and charming Haleiwa Town 

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