Welcome to Lili'uokalani Gardens
About Lili'uokalani Gardens
Inspired by the beautiful gardens Queen Liliuokalani's kept in Waikiki over a 100 years ago, the flowers, paths and plants are truly a joy. After a hard day at work or on a bright weekend day, they give a lift to daily life in privacy and quiet serenity. Many residents do their jogging through this scenery each and every morning or evening.
The Liliuokalani Gardens condos are luxury units featuring many upscale touches. All residences have central air conditioning and floor-to-ceiling windows so you take in the outdoors completely. To have full control over the internal temperatures there are no lanais, except on the top penthouse units. That doesn't take away from the awesome sights of the Canal, the Koolau Mountains or even the ocean that lay outside your walls of glass, bringing in the vistas to your lives inside.
This quieter side of Waikiki allows for a more serene atmosphere, away from the busier Kuhio & Kalakaua Avenues. You're still within a 2 or 3 block walk to some of the most magnetic beaches in the entire world, though. It's your choice when to dive into the waters – or the endless activity of this bustling resort area.
When you feel like staying closer to home, you can use the pool or one of the 2 tennis courts that Gardens offer. There's a recreation room, too, for those parties and luaus that Islanders love to hold with friends and family.
History of Queen Lili’uokalani
She was Hawaii’s last monarch, and surely the most beloved. She served as Queen from the death of her brother, King Kalakaua in 1891, until 1893. She ruled wisely, with compassion and fairness, determined to protect the heritage and dignity of the Hawaiian people.
Even today, Queen Lili'uokalani represents the height of Hawaii’s monarchy; its grace; its pride, its progress, and the quality of its lifestyle.
In the part of the island of Oahu now known as Waikiki, Queen Lili'uokalani tended her famous gardens. Their blossoms and shrubs and foliage were a source of pride for all Hawaiians.
Between her gardens and the majestic Diamond Head crater, taro fields and an occasional palm tree provided the vista. Today, the area is modernized and urbanized, serving the people of Hawaii and visitors to the 50th state. It is called Waikiki.
Space in Waikiki has become a rare commodity; sought after and cherished as valuable property whose value has continued to increase.
Unit# 1713 through 2411 and PH-13
Unit# 1715 through 2415 and PH-15
Unit#211 though 1611
Unit#213 though 1613
Unit#215 though 1615
Unit#217 though 1617
Unit#219 though 1619
THE SITE PLAN OF QUEEN TOWER
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