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Frequently
asked questions

  • How much does it cost to store luggage in Honolulu?

    The price for luggage storage in Honolulu starts from just $5.90/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage in Honolulu?

    There are multiple locations all around Honolulu which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Kailua Beach Park, Waimanalo Beach Park, Waikīkī Beach and many other areas.

  • Is it safe to store your bags in Honolulu?

    Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Honolulu.

  • Are there storage lockers in Honolulu?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and luggage drop off points in Honolulu. Storing your luggage with Bounce is as easy as using a storage locker, except a real person is there to watch over your things. If you don’t want to worry about lockers being full or remembering the code for your locker, you can drop off your luggage at any of our convenient locations in Honolulu.

  • Where are the best places to stay and eat while in Honolulu?

    The most popular restaurants to visit are Duke's Waikiki, Maui Brewing Company - Waikiki, and Azure - The Royal Hawaiian. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Honolulu are Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort, Sheraton Waikiki, and Outrigger Waikiki on the Beach.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions in Honolulu?

    Honolulu offers several scenic parks including Nuʻuanu Pali State Wayside, Kapiolani Park, and Magic Island.

  • Where can I find tourist information and guideposts in Honolulu?

    You can find local tourist information at Makani Catamaran, Atlantis Submarines Waikiki, and Hawaiian Parasail.

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Store your luggage around Honolulu with Bounce

Honolulu is the ultimate vacation destination, offering the perfect mixture of natural beauty and modern luxury. As the capital city of Hawaii, Honolulu has plenty to put forward both in terms of historic landmarks and cultural attractions. Don’t miss the Pearl Harbor National Memorial where you’ll learn about the history of the surprise aerial attack on this U.S. Naval Base in December of 1941. Fans of outdoor activities will want to make the hike to Diamond Head State Monument for a gorgeous view of downtown Honolulu.

The pristine white sand beaches and crystal clear waters are also some of the main reasons that so many people come through Honolulu Airport each year. Taking an enjoyable trek along the North Shore is a favorite activity for nature enthusiasts. Once done, you’ll be ready to sample the traditional tastes of Hawaii. Attend a luau for a hearty meal of Laua Stew, cooked with chicken, pork beef, or squid. Or stop at a local eatery for Saimin, Hawaii’s signature noodle soup.

With world-class restaurants, yearly events and an exciting nightlife, you can really treat yourself to the ultimate getaway here. To make the most of your time in Honolulu, take advantage of our luggage storage locations found across the city. With no size limits on the personal items we can store and consistent pricing for every bag, you can travel with ease knowing your belongings are secure. We have convenient locations near many of the city’s top attractions and transit hubs so you can always find luggage storage near you.

Luggage storage in Honolulu

When you’re on vacation, especially somewhere as amazing as the Hawaiian islands, there should be nothing keeping you from vacationing the way that you want. Whether it’s spending time on the beach, exploring the local shops, trying all of the city’s best food or taking a day trip, don’t let your suitcases and backpacks get in the way.

Download the Bounce app to use our luggage storage service; it’ll definitely come in handy during your travels. Bounce is one of the most secure baggage storage solutions in Honolulu. By partnering with stores, hotels, restaurants and businesses, we’ve created luggage storage facilities that all travelers can use to store luggage as they sightsee. 

Honolulu Airport luggage storage

The Honolulu airport does have an onsite luggage storage provider in baggage claim, however if you're looking for a more affordable option we have luggage storage services throughout the island.

Honolulu city guide

Top things to do in Honolulu

Many tourists like to plan their itinerary before going on vacation which is a great idea, especially since some of the most popular attractions or restaurants require a reservation. Don’t know where to start? We’ve got you covered with this list of the top things to do in Honolulu. Keep reading to get some ideas and take note of the activities that interest you most.

Museums in Honolulu

Museums are always a fun way to spend a few hours, and Honolulu has quite a few. Stop by at least a couple during your trip, you’re sure to learn something interesting! We think you’ll love the ones below.

Honolulu Museum of Art

The Honolulu Museum of Art, or HoMA, is proudly the biggest art museum in all of Hawaii. The establishment was first founded back in 1922 and started out as a private collection owned by Charles Montague and Anna Rice Cook. It has gathered quite a collection throughout the years and today it displays close to 50,000 artworks. Some of them even date back more than 5,000 years. It’ll take quite a while to explore the whole museum. Afterward, stop and take a break in their open-air cafe.

Honolulu Museum of Art bag policy

This museum asks that customers check any bags over 16 inches wide, as well as umbrellas, tripods, and shopping bags. You can leave them at the visitor desk in the museum, but there’s a chance the storage area may be full. Instead, on the way to the museum, stop by a conveniently located Bounce partner company and leave your things with a vetted and secure storage facility.

Bishop Museum

To learn more about Hawaiian and Pacific Island life, there’s no better place to go than the Bishop Museum. It’s a science, history and culture museum that’s geared towards people of all ages. With so many interesting interactive exhibits it’s a wonderful spot to bring the whole family. Want to learn all about the history of wayfinding, or how to map out planets and constellations? Interested in finding out how islands are made using volcanic lava? You can learn about all that and so much more at the Bishop Museum, which also has a planetarium and lava melt theater.

Bishop Museum bag policy

For safety reasons, and because they take up space, your suitcase, backpack or other items weighing over 20 pounds are not allowed inside the museum. You’ll have to pay to store your things at the admissions desk before you can visit any of the exhibits. Alternatively, we offer an affordable solution for luggage storage near the museum. Our friendly staff will gladly protect your things so you won’t have to worry about them during your visit.

Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii

Home to a teahouse, martial arts dojo and a cultural heritage complex, there’s quite a lot to see at the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii. Its exhibits focus on what it was like for Japanese-American immigrants to come to live in Hawaii and cover subject matter dating up to contemporary times. While you’re here you’ll be able to see fascinating artifacts, watch slow-motion traditional martial arts classes, and catch some insight on the significance of the Japanese tea ceremony.

Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii bag policy

Although they don’t specify if bags are allowed inside the museum or not, it’ll be inconvenient to have to drag your heavy bags around with you all day. To make your visit more pleasant, stow your belongings with us. They’ll be safe under our care while you check out the exhibits.

By using the Bounce luggage storage app, you’ll have access to our services at all times and can easily find the nearest luggage storage options. If you have a busy day ahead of you try getting your booking confirmation in advance. Doing so will make it much faster to drop off your stuff and will keep you from having to wait in long lines like at most storage lockers.

Shopping in Honolulu

Sometimes it’s nice to bring some souvenirs back from your trip, and the stores in Honolulu will definitely have some unique items that you can’t find back home. When you want to treat yourself to something new, check out these terrific shopping destinations.

Kahala Mall

If you’re in the mood to shop and also want to take a break from the hot sun, do some retail therapy at Kahala Mall. The shopping complex is air conditioned and has more than 100 stores and plenty of spots to stop for a bite to eat. You’ll recognize some international stores like GameStop, Macy’s and the Apple Store, but keep an eye out for local boutiques like the jewelry shop Liang of Hawaii, or the Honolulu Surf Room.

Ala Moana Center

The Ala Moana Center isn’t only Hawaii’s biggest shopping mall, but it’s also the largest outdoor retail center in the whole world. There are 4 levels to explore with over 300 stores, 2 food courts, and several more independent restaurants. You can window shop for hours while enjoying the warm weather and fresh air. Here’s a tip; try to be at the mall at 1 p.m., they put on daily hula shows that you can watch for free.

Waikele Premium Outlets

Although it’s located a little way outside of the city, the Waikele Premium Outlets are well worth the short drive thanks to the amazing discounts. There are about 50 retailers including Michael Kors, Banana Republic, Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein and more, all with discounted pricing. After your shopping spree, stop at one of the on-site restaurants to refuel before going back to the hotel.

You can spend the entire day shopping in Honolulu, but where are you going to keep your shopping bags? Keep us in mind, we’re one of the best secure baggage storage solutions in town. Thanks to our BounceShield™ Protection your personal belongings will be safe from theft or any kind of damage, and you can shop to your heart’s content without having to worry about the security of your things.

Restaurants in Honolulu

One of the best things about traveling is getting the chance to try out new foods. Honolulu is known for its great restaurants; here are some of our favorites.

Eggs ‘n Things

Back in 1974 two locals named Jerry and Jan Fukunaga opened their first restaurant called Eggs ‘n Things. Because of the friendly staff and incredible dishes, the eatery was immediately a hit and is still a favorite for many locals today. They have a few restaurants around the city but no matter which location you visit, you’ll be served some of the best breakfast in the city. Their fluffy pancakes topped with whipped cream and fresh fruits are always satisfying, and the three-egg omelet is fantastic as well. To get a real taste of Hawaiian breakfast order the loco moco; a meal of steamed rice, two eggs and a beef patty, covered with onions, mushrooms, and gravy.

Leonard’s Bakery

In the past, many Portuguese immigrants settled in Honolulu after finding work in the sugar cane fields. Due to their significant presence, Portuguese food has become prominent in Honolulu. Leonard’s Bakery opened in 1952, and since then has been baking the best malasadas in the city. Stop by the bakery and try them yourself. We suggest the custard-filled malasada, although the classic sugar-dusted option is always a good choice. They also make coconut-filled malasadas, the perfect dessert for your tropical vacation.

Helena’s Hawaiian Food

Some travelers say that Helena’s serves the best Hawaiian cuisine in the city. It’s been loved by both locals and visitors since it opened its doors back in 1946. If you’re eating here for the first time and want to taste all of the local delicacies, opt for the set menu D. You’ll be served lomi salmon, squid luau, kalua pig, pipikaula, and your choice of rice or poi.

Stopping for one more meal on the way to the Inouye International Airport before catching a flight back home? Leave your luggage at any of our locations while you eat. We understand that sometimes plans change, which is why we offer maximum flexibility to all of our customers. You can cancel our service at any time as long as it’s before your booking time.

Honolulu luggage storage

Our storage locations provide a great spot to quickly store your luggage in Honolulu. Complete your booking online, drop off your bags, and get out into the city.

Leaving your things with our bag storage partners is especially convenient when using transportation hubs such as a Skyline station or bus station. Unlike station lockers, we always have room for your bags. Look for us near top locations in the city.

If you plan to travel throughout Hawaii take a look at our Maui, Lahaina, Kahului, and Waikiki baggage storage. We offer fantastic luggage storage coverage throughout Hawaii that you can take advantage of during your travels. 

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