Honolulu International Airport is 20 minutes (40 during rush hour) from Waikiki. Car-rental companies have booths at baggage claim; shuttle buses then take you to the car pickup areas. An inefficient airport taxi system requires you to line up to a taxi wrangler who radios for cars (about $35–$40 to Waikiki). Other options include the city’s reliable bus system ($2.50) with stops throughout Honolulu and Waikiki, or the Roberts Hawaii shuttle ($13), which transports you to any hotel in Waikiki. Ask taxi drivers to take Interstate H1, not Nimitz Highway, or your introduction to paradise will be via Honolulu's industrial back side.
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