Honolulu International Airport (HNL) Car Rental

Honolulu Intl Airport (HNL)

Airport location

3055 N Nimitz Hwy

Honolulu, HI 96819 US Opens in new application

Phone: (808)833-4585 Opens in new application

Location Services

Save time at the counter when you check-in online. That way we'll have your driver information and preferences ready when you arrive at the counter. You'll be on the road - and on vacation - before you know it!

Skip the rental counter lines and check-in directly by using Alamo's touch-screen kiosk. Check-in using the kiosk and a receipt-sized rental agreement is printed. You'll be directed to your rental car on the lot. At the exit booth, show the booth agent your rental agreement and driver's license - and simply drive away.

No need to visit the counter or kiosk.You can go straight to your car!


In order to take the advantage of this optional free service, you'll need to check-in online then choose the 'skip the counter' option. You will be required to confirm your protection options, agree to the Rental Agreement Terms & Conditions and enter a valid credit card (no charge is made until you return your vehicle). Simply print your rental agreement to bring with you, and you are all set! Go directly to your car, show the booth agent your rental agreement and driver's license - and get on the road!


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Follow these steps when you arrive at Honolulu Intl Airport Printer Friendly
Follow the signs to baggage claim
Exit baggage claim, cross the street to the Shuttle Bus pick-up area in the center median
Please proceed to the Alamo counter to obtain your rental agreement and vehicle keys.

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Hawaii Visitor Information

 

Hawaii draws more than 8.6 million visitors a year to its exotic tropical locale. Unless you're cruising to the Hawaiian Islands, flying is the only way to arrive.

 

Honolulu International Airport

 

Honolulu

 

Honolulu International Airport is the most common choice for visitors to Hawaii. From the airport, catch a convenient shuttle to the Alamo car rental center. Features like a self-service kiosk and ‘Skip the Counter’ make pickup quick and easy. The facility is open from 5 a.m. to 1 a.m. daily.

 

World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument

 

This national monument presents a comprehensive look at the history behind Pearl Harbor and the entry of the United States into World War II. One of the most stunning sights here is the USS Arizona Memorial. This memorial sits on the water just over the spot where the Arizona fell and still rests to this day.

 

USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park

 

Nicknamed the "Pearl Harbor Avenger," the USS Bowfin was launched a year to the day after Pearl Harbor. The Bowfin sunk 44 enemy ships during WWII. Today you can tour the ship and explore onboard exhibits illuminating this period in history.

 

Bishop Museum

The Bishop Museum is the Hawaii State Museum of Natural and Cultural History. It has the largest collection of Polynesian artifacts and specimens in the world as well as the third-largest insect collection in the country.

 

Waikiki Beach

 

Located along the southern shore of Honolulu, Waikiki Beach is one of the most readily accessible stretches of sand from the airport. This beach has eight distinct sections, ranging from the laid-back Fort DeRussy Beach Park to the bustling Royal Hawaiian Beach. This is an ideal destination for swimming, sunning, and surfing.

 

Diamond Head Crater

 

From Diamond Head State Monument, you'll enjoy stunning views of the Pacific Ocean and surrounding landscape. After about a two-hour hike, you'll reach Diamond Head Crater, a 300,000-year-old sight that's well worth the strenuous journey.

 

Waikiki Aquarium

 

The Waikiki Aquarium at the University of Hawaii features stunning aquatic exhibits including a Hawaiian Monk Seal Habitat, Coral Farm, and Giant Clams. Head to the Hunters of the Reef tank to see groupers up to 8 feet long, or the Ocean Drifters exhibit for beautiful jellyfish.

 

Honolulu Zoo

 

Spanning 42 acres, the Honolulu Zoo houses 905 animals including Komodo Dragons, elephants, lemurs, tigers, and more. The zoo gardens feature a brilliant array of Hawaiian flowers.

 

If you're looking for an unforgettable island escape, book your next trip for the Hawaiian Islands.

Hawaii Visitor Information

 

Hawaii draws more than 8.6 million visitors a year to its exotic tropical locale. Unless you're cruising to the Hawaiian Islands, flying is the only way to arrive.

 

Honolulu International Airport

 

Honolulu

 

Honolulu International Airport is the most common choice for visitors to Hawaii. From the airport, catch a convenient shuttle to the Alamo car rental center. Features like a self-service kiosk and ‘Skip the Counter’ make pickup quick and easy. The facility is open from 5 a.m. to 1 a.m. daily.

 

World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument

 

This national monument presents a comprehensive look at the history behind Pearl Harbor and the entry of the United States into World War II. One of the most stunning sights here is the USS Arizona Memorial. This memorial sits on the water just over the spot where the Arizona fell and still rests to this day.

 

USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park

 

Nicknamed the "Pearl Harbor Avenger," the USS Bowfin was launched a year to the day after Pearl Harbor. The Bowfin sunk 44 enemy ships during WWII. Today you can tour the ship and explore onboard exhibits illuminating this period in history.

 

Bishop Museum

The Bishop Museum is the Hawaii State Museum of Natural and Cultural History. It has the largest collection of Polynesian artifacts and specimens in the world as well as the third-largest insect collection in the country.

 

Waikiki Beach

 

Located along the southern shore of Honolulu, Waikiki Beach is one of the most readily accessible stretches of sand from the airport. This beach has eight distinct sections, ranging from the laid-back Fort DeRussy Beach Park to the bustling Royal Hawaiian Beach. This is an ideal destination for swimming, sunning, and surfing.

 

Diamond Head Crater

 

From Diamond Head State Monument, you'll enjoy stunning views of the Pacific Ocean and surrounding landscape. After about a two-hour hike, you'll reach Diamond Head Crater, a 300,000-year-old sight that's well worth the strenuous journey.

 

Waikiki Aquarium

 

The Waikiki Aquarium at the University of Hawaii features stunning aquatic exhibits including a Hawaiian Monk Seal Habitat, Coral Farm, and Giant Clams. Head to the Hunters of the Reef tank to see groupers up to 8 feet long, or the Ocean Drifters exhibit for beautiful jellyfish.

 

Honolulu Zoo

 

Spanning 42 acres, the Honolulu Zoo houses 905 animals including Komodo Dragons, elephants, lemurs, tigers, and more. The zoo gardens feature a brilliant array of Hawaiian flowers.

 

If you're looking for an unforgettable island escape, book your next trip for the Hawaiian Islands.

5 Locations

Location Location Hour

1

Waikiki Discovery Bay

Mon - Fri
07:00AM - 07:00PM
Sat
07:00AM - 07:00PM
Sun
07:00AM - 07:00PM
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2

Waikiki Discovery Bay

Mon - Fri
07:00AM - 07:00PM
Sat
07:00AM - 07:00PM
Sun
07:00AM - 07:00PM
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3

Waikiki Kaiulani

Mon - Fri
07:00AM - 08:00PM
Sat
07:00AM - 08:00PM
Sun
07:00AM - 08:00PM
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4

Waikiki Kaiulani

Mon - Fri
07:00AM - 08:00PM
Sat
07:00AM - 08:00PM
Sun
07:00AM - 08:00PM
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Hawaii Aulani Resort

Mon - Fri
07:00AM - 05:00PM
Sat
07:00AM - 05:00PM
Sun
07:00AM - 05:00PM
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