One of Waikiki’s newest luxury residential towers, Lanikea at Waikiki stands at the heart of Hawaii’s most famous district. Imagine waking to panoramic views of the ocean or mountains, walking to the beach and enjoying incredible shopping and dining on every block, all within the best climate in the world. That’s life at Lanikea.
Built in 2005, the fee-simple Lanikea is one of just a handful of residential high-rises constructed in Waikiki in the last two decades, and a rarity within the central area of the neighborhood. Thirty stories high, it’s a quiet, private enclave with only four units per floor. Residents soak in upscale amenities such as an elegant lobby; lush sundeck with a heated swimming pool, hot tub and barbecue area; two assigned parking units (a coveted rarity in Waikiki); extra building storage and more. The building also offers security guards and guest parking, plus welcomes pets.
Lanikea’s central setting puts everything in Waikiki at your doorstep. It’s just a few blocks’ walk southward to Fort DeRussy and Waikiki Beach. Along the way you’ll pass international boutiques such as Tiffany and five-star hotels such as Trump Tower, as well as what will soon be the Ritz-Carlton Residences. A large tree-filled park is also a block toward the beach. A block eastward, and all the neighborhood’s restaurants and shops unfurl—a countless lineup of world-class brands, national classics and local faves that roll onward to the other end of Waikiki, where the 200-acre Kapiolani Park houses the Honolulu Zoo, Waikiki Aquarium and more. All are within easy reach on foot.
Inside the units, central air conditioning, insulated walls and glass for extra soundproofing, spacious balconies, modern architectural touches, stainless steel appliances and granite countertops create a modern, stylish setting. Floor plans include one- and two-bedroom apartments, plus mind-blowing open-plan penthouse lofts with nearly 360-degree views and soaring ceilings.
Key attractions within the neighborhood around Lanikea include:
+ Fort DeRussy Beach and Waikiki Beach, only three and four blocks away
+ Several shopping centers, featuring hundreds of restaurants and boutiques
+ Kapiolani Park, also home to the Honolulu Zoo, Waikiki Aquarium and Waikiki Shell
+ Ala Wai Golf Course, one of the world’s most popular urban courses
+ Ala Wai Elementary School and Thomas Jefferson Elementary School