Hawaiian Airlines offers nonstop service to Hawaii from more mainland U.S. gateways than any other airline. Hawaiian also provides approximately 212 daily jet flights among the Hawaiian Islands, as well as service to Australia, American Samoa, Philippines, Tahiti, Korea, and Japan.
To get their lowest available fares to attend the Honolulu Rainbow Film Festival, visit HawaiianAir.com
LGBT travelers receive a 15% discount at 8 of Aqua’s stylish boutique properties in Waikiki. In addition, you’ll receive a copy of eXpression! magazine AND a coupon for a free Mai Tai at Hula’s Bar & Lei Stand, Waikiki’s most popular beach bar among Hawaii’s gay community.
CLICK HERE or call 866-406-2782 to book the “Out and Proud in Waikiki” offer.
Discover the legendary waters of Waikiki at the beautiful Hilton Waikiki Beach hotel. Ideally located in the heart of Waikiki, only one block from the sea and with Leahi (Diamond Head) as a stunning backdrop, this contemporary hotel offers a true Hawaiian paradise.
CLICK HERE to book the “Stay Hilton. Go Out.” package.
The Doris Duke Theatre at the Honolulu Museum of Art is located at 900 South Beretania Street, Honolulu, HI 96814. The entrance to the theatre is on Kinau Street, between Ward Avenue and Victoria Street.
Getting here by car
From Waikiki, take H1 to the Lunalilo Street exit, make a left at Ward Avenue, then left on Kinau Street. From downtown or the airport, take the H1 to the Kinau Street exit.
Getting here by bus
From Waikiki, take the #2 bus from Kuhio Avenue towards downtown, approximately 20 minutes. Stops in front of the Academy. The Academy is on these bus lines: 1, 13, B and 1L.
Getting here by trolley
From Waikiki, take the Red Line Waikiki Trolley from the Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center.
R/D is located at 691 Auahi Street in Kakaako (Honolulu, HI 96813). Map below.