The Diamond Head community is a luxury area consisting of high-end condominiums and opulent residences along the coastline and areas surrounding the infamous landmark. This area is known as “Hawaii’s Gold Coast” because of the prime location that gives residents unobstructed, scenic, oceantfront views of the vast Pacific. This is the upscale neighborhood that houses mansions like Doris Duke’s Shangri-La and the expansive estate featured on MTV’s The Real World: Hawaii. Those who reside in this lavish community have ample access to outdoor activities. The Diamond Head State Monument has a hiking trail that leads up to the iconic crater and the grounds of the state park that surrounds it is equipped with rest stations and picnic areas. Additionally, the sprawling green grasses of Kapiolani Park are located a short jaunt away. The park serves as a practice field for various local sports teams year-round, and has tennis courts and an archery range available to the public. Kapiolani Park grounds also include the Waikiki Band Stand and Waikiki Shell Arena where local artists and nationally known musicians perform on a regular basis. Diamond Head sits on the outskirts of Waikiki so the hustle and bustle of the tourist locale are absent from the luxury neighborhood, but residents can still take advantage of the many restaurants and shopping options of the two-mile strip.
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