Luggage Storage in Waikiki

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How it works

  • Book online

    Find the location closest to you - we have locations all around the city.

  • Drop off items

    Head to the store and show your booking receipt and you're good to go.

  • Enjoy the city

    Go about your day without lugging around your things. Live Life Light!

About Waikiki

Waikiki, situated on the south shore of Honolulu, is a world-renowned neighborhood that was first introduced to the world in 1901, after the completion of its first hotel, the Moana Surfrider. Waikiki, which means “spouting waters” in Hawaiian, once served as a playground for the royalty of Hawaii. Over the years up until today, it has become one of the most sought-after holiday destinations and a bustling social venue for tourists from all over the world. Despite its size (encompassing only a mere 1.5 square miles), Waikiki draws nearly 5 million visitors every year, which says a lot about its beauty and charm. If there’s one thing that Waikiki is most famous for, it’s definitely for its beaches. The crystal blue water and Mount Leahi as the backdrop, the beaches in this neighborhood are indeed unlike any other. However, there’s more to Waikiki than just its shores; the community is filled with opportunities for fun, such as shopping, dining, water sports, and more. Whether you are a Hawaiian local or a tourist, consider using Bounce’s services. We offer short-term storage for your bags and have partners across Waikiki to make your time here convenient and hassle-free. 

Things to Do in Waikiki

The Honolulu neighborhood of Waikiki has been a vacation destination for hundreds of years. In fact, during the 1800s, Hawaiian royalty used to visit and spend their time here. While the white sand beaches are what made Waikiki the world-class spot that it currently is, some numerous other places and activities are worth checking out. See all that Waikiki has to offer with Bounce’s list of top things to do.

  • Waikiki Beach is the neighborhood’s most visited attraction, where guests can sunbathe, swim, and simply enjoy the beach. Divided into eight different sections, there is plenty to see and do at Waikiki Beach.

  • Hiking the Diamond Head is undoubtedly one of the “must-dos” in Waikiki. This easy hike takes about half an hour and gives you a stunning view of Honolulu and the beach.

  • Surfing is a popular activity for Hawaiians, and there’s no better place to do it than in Waikiki. Surfing instructors and surfboard rentals are available in the majority of the beaches in the neighborhood. 

  • Discover more of the underwater world at the Waikiki Aquarium, which gives you a glimpse of the Pacific’s impressive aquatic life, including an array of reef sharks, lionfish, corals, nautiluses and more.

  • Go for a stroll along Kalakaua Avenue, aka “Heart of Waikiki, and check out the myriad of shops, restaurants, and hotels.

  • Visit the Moana Surfrider, formerly known as Moana Hotel, which was the first hotel built in Waikiki.

  • Try out local Hawaiian cuisine, such as the famous Poke bowl.

  • Go to Kuhio Beach Stage and watch an hour-long hula show that usually starts at sunset hour.

  • Drive over to Tantalus Lookout, which offers the best views of Waikiki and the most beautiful spot for sunset-watching. 

  • Watch The Hilton Hotel’s spectacular fireworks display on a Friday night.

  • Board a hop-on/hop-off trolley that tours you around Waikiki and Honolulu. 

Transit Options in Waikiki

  • TheBus Transit

  • Waikiki Trolley

Luggage Storage in Waikiki 

Gorgeous Waikiki has so much to offer for people who want to have a good time. History buffs can get their fill here, and foodies can eat all day long. Or, if it's a day full of shopping, a morning of scheduled meetings, or a relaxing afternoon in the sun, opt to leave your gear with a Bounce partner. Then, the freedom is yours to move about and explore as you wish. 

Luggage Storage Options in Waikiki 

  • U.S.S. Arizona Memorial Park: Stationed in Pearl Harbor, the U.S.S. Arizona Memorial Park honors the fallen soldiers of the infamous bombing by the Japanese fleet. The facility houses some artifacts from WWII and explains the events that led to the fateful attack. Store your things at a Bounce partner before making your way to the museum as large bags are not allowed inside. 

  • Iolani Palace: Located in South King Street, the Iolani Palace is the only royal palace in the United States. This stunning building once served as the residence for Hawaiian royalty. Today, it’s a tourist attraction that gives a glimpse into the life of former monarchs. Since visitors are not allowed to carry big backpacks or luggage, opt to leave your bag with a Bounce partner near South King St.

  • Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve: Found along Hanauma Bay Road, this bay is the best spot in Hawaii for snorkeling. It’s not like any other beach in Honolulu; it is a protected area dedicated to preserving marine life. Before you go on your snorkel tour, safely store your things with a Bounce partner near you.

  • US Army Museum of Hawaii: This small military museum, found inside Fort DeRussy Military Reservation, houses a variety of weapons, uniforms, and artifacts from different war periods. Since there is no area for big bags inside the museum, drop off your things at a nearby Bounce partner.

  • Sea Life Park Hawaii: This marine life park, aquarium, and bird sanctuary in Waimanalo lets visitors get up close and personal with different species of animals. It houses a 300,000-gallon tank where sea lions and dolphins put on acrobatic shows. To have a hassle-free experience, store your bags with one of Bounce’s partners in the Waimanalo area. 

  • Bishop Museum: Located just west of town in the Kalihi district, this museum preserves and puts on display historical artworks from ancient Hawaiians, such as royal heirlooms and Polynesian artifacts. With the museum having a strict “no big bag policy,” the alternative is to use one of Bounce’s partners located in the district of Kalihi.

  • Ala Moana Center: This is Hawaii’s biggest shopping center, located in the neighborhood of Ala Moana, just minutes away from the more popular Waikiki. This open-air complex has over 350 vendors and is the best place to shop ‘til you drop. For a hassle-free shopping experience, store your big luggage in a Bounce partner within the Ala Moana neighborhood. 

  • National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific: This cemetery, more commonly known as Punchbowl Cemetery (because of its location inside the Punchbowl Crater), was built in 1948 as a final resting place for American soldiers who died during WWII. Get rid of the burden of carrying your bag around by using Bounce’s storage services at a location near you.

Reviews

Andie Haddad

Local Guide

Convenient to the Met, which does not allow luggage at coat check. Very easy check in and check out process, with lovely people at the front!

Ariel A

This was so cool!!!! Great service, extremely easy to use, and totally affordable! I didn't know where I'd leave my luggage while we explored San Fran, so I easily Googled luggage storage and found this company. At first it was a little odd dropping my bag off at a chocolate store, but the lady at the register was able to immediately pull up my reservation without any problems and then she put a lock on my suitcase and gave me a card to get it back with. She pushed the bag to the back of their storage room and I came back about 6 hours later to pick it up. Great service, I will definitely be using this again when I travel!

Hayley Hewitt

Local Guide

Can’t believe I haven’t used this service until now. So easy & convenient. I 100% recommend.

Isabel B.

I used Bounce during a recent trip to NYC, and I was pleasantly surprised at the ease and convenience of the process. To be honest, at first, I was very apprehensive. The thought of leaving your stuff at a random store, in a place where you are not from and you don't know whether is safe or not, it doesn't matter if anyone gives it a seal of approval, its difficult to be completely comfortable with the idea. However, I was very glad to be proven wrong. The place I chose was a great, clean bodega/deli in Soho and they were very responsive and the whole process felt very seamless. It was our last day in NYC and we had the full day before leaving the city, however our Airbnb was on the upper east side so we did not want to have to go back and forth. I would definitely recommend Bounce for travelers, especially when you need a place to just store your luggage for the day. The price could not be beat (since its for the whole day) and I will definitely be using this again!

Ciara C

Fantastic experience with Bounce! Stored a bag at the Grand Central location and on my last day at the 9/11 Memorial location. Both locations had friendly, efficient staff that were helpful and made everything very easy. Such a great option if your hotel isn't ready or you don't want the hassle of a bag in the city. Great, safe option. Thanks Bounce!

Ching Yuan Y.

Local Guide

Bounce is the best luggage storage service provider in the New York. I sent an email at midnight , and I got an email back in 10 mins. They are not only solve my issue but also provide solutions. You have to try Bounce !!

Frequently asked questions

  • Where is the best hotel accommodations near Waikiki?

    The top-ranked middle to high-range hotels near Waikiki are Royal Hawaiian Hotel, Hotel Renew, and Sheraton Waikiki. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near Waikiki are Seaside Hawaiian Hostel, THE BEACH waikiki Boutique hostel, and Polynesian Hostel.

  • Where is the best restaurants near Waikiki?

    The most popular restaurants to visit when near Waikiki are Duke's Waikiki, Marukame Udon & Tempura, and Hard Rock Café.

  • What are the best museums near Waikiki?

    While nearby, you can check out Teddy Bear World, and Damien Museum.