The large high-rise Outrigger Waikiki Beach Resort places value at the forefront, with sweeping views of the emerald green Pacific waters. At the Outrigger what counts most is location, and your destination wedding here could be in the heart of it all, with easy access to great dining options and shopping. Daily activities will keep all of your guests entertained beyond your oceanside wedding ceremony, and if they ever get tired of the wonderful beach, the always entertaining Kalakaua Avenue is just out the front door.
One of the most popular restaurants in Waikiki, Duke’s Canoe Club, is attached to the resort. For unique sunset views for you and your guests, book a table at The Hula Grill.
Kids activities are aplenty, along with surfing lessons too. Culturally authentic displays are throughout the resort and there are even ukulele lessons.
Even the entry-level wedding package offers a lot for your wedding ceremony, as not many entry-level packages include a photographer and hair and make-up.
The Outrigger offers three wedding packages, each uses the same decoration, but differ in the number of guests they accommodate. It is important to note that our wedding packages in Hawaii do not include the cost of a reception, other venues, food, or drinks within the package pricing. Inquiries for these additional services must be made separately. Upgraded packages, additional guests, and add-ons are available for an additional cost.
$260 – $300 average room price per night, for 2 adults occupancy. Rooms include balcony or lanai, free wifi, and Keurig coffeemakers.
Ceremony location | Non-denominational officiant | Keepsake marriage certificate | 1 hour with professional photographer | 1 hour musical soloist | In-room hair and makeup for bride | Limousine transport to/from the ceremony | Bouquet for bride | Hawaiian shell lei for groom
There are 524 rooms with partial ocean and ocean views. The resort can accommodate mobility impaired guests.
Ballroom – 250 guests max, Diamond Lawn (Moana Surfrider) – 300 guests max, Ocean Lawn (Royal Hawaiian) – 100 guests max, Moana Chapel (Moana Surfrider) – 60 guests max, Kamehameha Suite (Royal Hawaiian) – 50 guests max. Helumoa Gardens (Royal Hawaiian) – 40 guests max, Coconut Grove (Royal Hawaiian) – 40 guests max.
This hotel allows a maximum of 4 adults per room. Guests 17 and under are considered children.
The Royal Hawaiian and Moana Surfrider (where ceremony locations are) can see 5 plus wedding per day frequently.
According to the sales department the Sheraton operates at about 80% occupancy always, and considers high seasons December through March. We highly suggest booking at least 6 months in advance.
The wedding coordinator typically responds in 24 hours.
The resort is located 10 miles from the HNL airport.
“Great spot central to everything in Waikiki. They have their own trolley or the other trolleys stop right outside ($2 trip each way to basically anything in Waikiki) Rooms are a bit dated but you don’t stay here to be in your room. Two restaurants downstairs with yummy food and drinks. Can be very busy but there’s just so many places to go so close it’s not an issue. The concierge downstairs are SO HELPFUL we booked so many activities with them and they even do Big Island activities which was great because we went straight from Waikiki to the big island.” – Kate H. 9/17
“This is our favorite place to stay in Waikiki. A toes in the sand beach front property with terrific views – whether beach front, Diamond Head, or city views. The rooms are spacious and elegant. The staff is very attentive without being intrusive. Beach gear is available for rental. The pool area is beautiful and almost makes you want to skip the beach, almost. This resort always exceeds expectations.” – Kate W. 9/17
“This hotel is staffed by the friendliest people. Everyone is so helpful and polite. We stayed for our honeymoon and we came back to the room our first night to a bottle of champagne from the hotel and the next day our names were mentioned in their newsletter. They really do treat you like family! We loved the poolside bar service provided by Duke’s. The restaurants are delicious and the breakfast buffet at Duke’s was our favorite way to start the day! The hotel has it’s own shuttle for a few local hotspots, and the location is central to all the exciting the spots in Waikiki.” – Maggie F. 9/17