SKY Waikiki is one of Honolulu’s hippest lounges. It’s safe to say it has it all, serving as a rooftop bar, rooftop restaurant, and nightlife. It is an open-air lounge on the 19th floor of a skyscraper that serves happy hour and light meals. The outstanding aspect of this Waikiki tower on the 19th level is the fantastic views of Honolulu and the Pacific Ocean. Bright, modern, and open-air patio with comfortable lounge chairs where you can enjoy fresh seafood, upscale meals, crisp champagne, and handmade cocktails, all made with Aloha and enhanced by live music on weekends. Sky Waikiki has its own set of regulations.
One: Go for happy hour and skip the nightclub, which is a colossal flop. Two: Dress up since the bouncers may refuse you if they don’t like your shoes. Three: Don’t anticipate exceptional service. Four: Get them something they don’t have to manufacture, such as bottled beer, wine, or champagne. You can count on them. So, to be on the safe side, make a reservation. If you can tolerate all of this, you’ll be treated to one of Oahu’s most impressive vistas from the top of a 19-story skyscraper. The sunsets are unique (so go for happy hour) with unequaled views of Honolulu’s cityscape, and it’s a welcome change from all the tourist traps along the shore. It gets crowded here, but the atmosphere is excellent between 5 and 7 pm.
SKY Waikiki Raw & Bar elevates the visitor experience by combining fresh seafood, sparkling champagne, creative cocktails, and Aloha. The wrap-around rooftop terrace, located in the center of Waikiki, offers spectacular panoramic views of Diamond Head, Waikiki Beach, and the city lights dazzling 19 stories below. Relax and enjoy the sunset while dining on enticing food at Hawaii’s greatest rooftop location. Join them for Happy Hour on our rooftop balcony, which has the greatest views of Waikiki. Daily until 5 pm, enjoy $2 oysters, $4 Heineken, and $9 bubbly. SKY Waikiki Nightlife is back! They have a party every Friday night from 9 pm – Late. So, there is a dance and party all night, 19 floors above Waikiki Beach.