Nicknamed Dig-Me Beach because of its outlandish display of skimpy bathing suits, this small rectangle of sand is nonetheless a good sunning spot for all ages. Children enjoy its shallow, safe waters, which are protected (for now) by the walls of the historic natatorium, an Olympic-size saltwater swimming arena that's been closed for decades. Serious swimmers and triathletes also swim in the channel here, beyond the reef. Sans Souci is favored by locals wanting to avoid
the crowds while still enjoying the convenience of Waikiki. The New Otani Kaimana Beach Hotel is next door. Amenities: lifeguards; parking (fee and no fee); showers; toilets. Best for: swimming; walking.
2776 Kalakaua Ave., across from Kapiolani Park, between the New Otani Kaimana Beach Hotel and the Waikiki War Memorial Natatorium, Honolulu, Hawaii, 96815, United States