Sheraton Princess Kaiulani
(866) 500-8313 or (808) 922-5811
120 Kaiulani Ave.
1,156 rooms, pool, room service, 2 restaurants, coffee makers with free coffee daily, room safes, Wi-Fi in lobby along with free 20-minute per day use of computers, free 24-hour fitness room, 2 conference rooms. This place consists of three very different buildings, and the tallest building doesn’t directly face the ocean. There doesn’t seem to be a single theme running through the resort—it’s as if all three buildings were unrelated. Waikiki resorts sometimes feel busy, but this place tends to feel really busy to us. The pace can be downright frantic. They clearly target families here—great if you’re bringing the kids, not so great if you’re trying to get away from ’em. One of the restaurants is by the pool, so you can eat while another member of the family plays at the pool. You also have signing privileges at all other Starwoods in Waikiki. Not all rooms have lanais—check if this is important to you. Rooms are pretty small and hardly luxurious, but the price is reasonable, especially since few people pay the rack rates listed below. Discounts can make it a solid gold value if you don’t mind the busyness. Starwood Preferred members get about 30%–35% off the rates listed below. There is a mandatory resort fee of $18 which covers Internet, self-parking, local calls and some other stuff. The beach is a block away. Rooms (200–300 sq. ft.) are $280–$470, family suites (350–540 sq. ft.) are $500–$550, suites (492-1,653 sq. ft.) are $1,150–$2,600.
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