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What to Know About Wyndham at Waikiki Beach Walk Timeshares

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Posted on November 09, 2022

Right on the edge of the world-famous Waikiki Beach in Honolulu is place that has everything you could want while you enjoy the city. Entertainment, name-brand boutiques, cafés, live music, high-end restaurants, and plenty of shopping are just a few of the attractions available from your Wyndham at Waikiki Beach Walk timeshare.

The crystal-blue water is just steps away if you want to swim, or you can sit in a café and enjoy people-watching while you relax from all the sightseeing or activities you have been experiencing in Hawaii. The most convenient and affordable way to enjoy all of the above is to be a Wyndham timeshare owner. You may wonder how it saves you money, but owning a timeshare means you join others to reduce costs.

The Vibe of Waikiki Beach Walk

A timeshare gives you access to the Waikiki Beach Walk as well as all the amenities in the resort, and there are many. With 7.7 acres right on the beach, the resort is loaded with fun things to do, such as special activities designed for children, a game room, a business center, and an outdoor swimming pool. Oahu means The Gathering Place and a timeshare at Wyndham at Waikiki Beach Walk truly lives up to the dream.

pool at Wyndham Waikiki Beach Walk

Waikiki Beach has a friendly vibe that attracts people from all over the world. You can make this your center for all your adventures when you stay at Wyndham at Waikiki Beach Walk and never be without entertainment.

Whether you enjoy a relaxing lounge on the beach at sunset or raucous live music far into the night, the Waikiki Beach Walk retail complex has something for you. It’s not just a retail hub. It also offers fine dining in upmarket restaurants, as well as inexpensive casual eateries. You can choose the type of cuisine you prefer with Japanese, Italian, Steak houses, traditional Hawaiian food, and much more.

About the Wyndham at Waikiki Beach Walk Accommodation

living room in Wyndham Waikiki timeshare

Wyndham at Waikiki Beach Walk offers spacious and comfortable suites to Wyndham timeshare owners and guests, offering one, two-, three- and four-bedroom luxury suites.

Each condo has a fully equipped kitchen, a whirlpool bath, flat-screen TV with a DVD player, and a washer and dryer. In other words, it’s your home away from home without the hassle of upkeep and maintenance. It’s easy and convenient to prepare some of your meals in your suite and save even more of your vacation budget.

The resort also features a large sundeck by the pool and whirlpool spa as well as an exercise facility, computer library, and family gathering room. Best of all, you are half a block from Waikiki Beach. Surprisingly, during the summer months, the surf is down and the beaches are relatively empty, but if you come in the winter, you will see the surf is up, and there are many regular professional surfers to watch.

What to Expect from Your Wyndham Timeshare

Kitchen and dining area in Wyndham timeshare

Wyndham at Waikiki Beach Walk offers stylish and spacious suites that are tastefully decorated and sleep from two to eight people. It provides home-like privacy in luxury accommodations with living and dining areas.

The resort also provides concierge service at the tour desk to help you see the sights you don’t want to miss. You will stay connected with free Wi-Fi throughout the resort.

Terrific Oahu Activities on Offer

waikiki beach

Your Waikiki timeshare is right in the middle of all that Honolulu has to offer visitors. The myriad activities include:

• Boating

• Fishing

• Golfing

• Scuba diving

• Tennis

• Horseback riding

• Windsurfing

• Water skiing

Here are five of the many attractions waiting for you when you stay in a Waikiki timeshare:


There is the always popular Diamond Head. An extinct volcano, the caldera is a popular hiking destination. Located at the east end of Waikiki, its profile is the symbol of Honolulu. The best place to see the crater is at Diamond Head State Monument.

There is a historical hiking trail that goes from the floor of the crater to the summit. It’s a pretty steep path at first and finally, the trail turns into stairs towards the end. The view is spectacular of Waikiki and Honolulu from the top of the crater. You may see a crystal or two, but unfortunately, they are not diamonds as some 18th-century sailors once thought.