You can in by the following roads. Interstate H1 If this town is where Interstate H1 ends in the west, then it's the first major town when you enter on Interstate H1 east or west. There is another route you can take
Route 7110, If you want to stick up with another route than Interstate H1 in Waipahu. You can take this route to get there. It's part of the segment of Farrington Highway (Route 93), also Route 93 is the only access to get to Kapolei from Waianae. So take this route.
If you are near Ewa you can take the former Route 764 road, Geiger Road, which later turns out into Roosevelt Ave, when you leave Ewa.
It's a pretty neat town but it's also it's first town when you use Interstate H1. It's located at the Leeward Coast of Oahu. So why you should enjoy walking around here. If you take Fort Barrete Road from Kalaeloa Airport, that's a nice easy access to enter there. Also, you can find good houses on estate websites, a house finder. Even, there is a good way to get into town!
- Wet n' Wild Hawaii, off Hwy 93 (From Waipahu, Route 7101 or Interstate H1 W to exit 1, turn left a short way and then turn right when you see the barricades on the Old Farrington Hwy; from Waianae, Route 93 S until you enter on Interstate H1 and take exit 1B, turn right on Kamokila Blvd, then turn right on Kapolei Pkwy, then turn right on Kalaeloa Blvd, then turn right on Farrington Hwy when you see the barricades). A great place for families to visit. Lately there have been some maintenance issues, so expect parts of the water park to be closed. Wet n' Wild offers both food and drink such as fries and pizza at a premium.
- 1 Syam Center for Natural Medicine (Treat yourself- get healthy), 2176 Lauwiliwili Street, #103 (Take H1 to Kapolei, on Lauwiliwili behind Costco), ☏ , firstname.lastname@example.org. 8:30AM-7PM. Natural medicine – Get a massage, have an acupuncture treatment. Yoga is coming soon upstairs.
Kapolei is almost like a whole shopping town, there are lots of restaurants both in the town center and further down past Costco, there on the roads of Farrington Highway but go on Fort Barrete Road, to get some shrimp and stuff near the intersection of Enterprise Road/Fort Barette Road/Roosevelt Ave. There are food stalls near it. Also, there are some restaurants like Chili's and Kapolei's Chinese Restaurant.
- [formerly dead link] Assagio, 777 Kamokila Blvd Suite A, ☏ . Open lunch and dinner. Great Italian food in a classic setting. Assagio's offers a wide variety of homemade Italian food in 6 locations across the island. Appetizers, salads, soups, pastas, meats and desserts are all easy to please. Dress code is dressy casual. They do not have a kids menu so this is not a kid friendly place. Each table is served with bottomless complimentary bread throughout the meal. Prices are a little more expensive but the food is worth a try. $15-30.
- Ko Olina Beach Resort, 92-106 Waiali'i Pl, ☏ , fax: . A property management company offering luxury villa rentals. There is an on-site spa, golf course, lagoons, and fine dining.
- Marriott's KoOlina Beach Club, 92-161 Waipahe Pl, ☏ , toll-free: . Spacious, one-, two- and three-bedroom villas with kitchens and more.
- Ola Properties, 91-1010 Shangrila Street Suite 202, ☏ .
- [dead link] JW Marriott Ihilani Resort & Spa, Ko Olina Resort, ☏ . Upscale resort on Oahu's western shore, with a protected, white sand beach, a large spa, several dining options and shops, and 18 holes of golf and great restaurants. You can enjoy four secluded lagoons for safe family fun and calm waves. Or you can have a day of relaxation at the spa and golf course, open to the public. If you plan on having a Hawaiian wedding, Ko Olina has a chapel over looking the lagoons where you can have a great destination wedding.
- 1 Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa, 92-1185 Aliʻinui Drive, Ko Olina, toll-free: . Check-in: 3PM or 4PM, check-out: 11AM. Aulani is a beachside hotel, resort and vacation destination offering complimentary children's activities and programs at the Ko Olina Resort & Marina. Part of the Disney Vacation Club, it is the third Disney Vacation Club Resort located outside of a Disney theme park property. The resort opened in 2011. There are four room categories from studios to grand villas, two full-service restaurants, a buffet eatery, two lounges, and two pool-side "shacks" that serve beverages and pūpūs. Wireless Internet access is available in guest rooms and public areas of the resort and is included in the room rate. The grounds include an 8,200 square feet (760 m2) pool complex that includes two slides, a lazy river and an artificial snorkeling lagoon. Other amenities include Disney kids' club custom-planned activities and adventures, a spa encompassing 18,000 square feet (1,700 m2) and a 15,000 square feet (1,400 m2) conference center with approximately 40,000 square feet (3,700 m2) of outdoor venues. The Aulani resort and spa provide childcare for children between the ages of 6 weeks to 14 years old daily between 6AM and midnight. Private dining is also available. This does not include room service and home cooked family style meals. Menu items include breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and beverages. Complimentary activities include listening to story tellers, a hangout space provided with free karaoke for teens, ukulele lessons, bracelet making, and attending the evening show with music and dancing. Beach body boot camp or sunrise yoga is also included.
There are 4 ways to get out of Kapolei by the following roads: Interstate H1, this is where Interstate H1 western terminus is at. But if you do want to go west, that heads for Waianae, but if your heading east, you're going to Pearl City, Aiea, and Honolulu till the end at Kahala.
Route 7110, It is a short route from Kapolei but this route will head for Route 76 and also the city of Waipahu.
Former Route 764, You actually need to get on Fort Barette Road and then it is Roosevelt Road when you are leaving Kapolei but later changes into Geiger Road when you are almost entering Ewa.
Route 93, When Interstate H1 reaches its western terminus, later it changes into Route 93 which heads for Waianae, but there is 1 interchange on the route that heads for entering Ko Olina. And also it heads till its end in Waimea.