For a vacation with a view (and the feel of a palace), stay in this striking $150-million modern structure -- actually, twin 33-story high-tech towers. The high-ceilinged lobby is a mass of pink Italian marble with English slate accents; a grand piano sits in the midst of the raised seating area, where high tea is served every afternoon. A glass-encased elevator with views of Honolulu whisks you up to your room. All bedrooms face the Ala Wai Yacht Harbor, with floor-to-ceiling sliding-glass windows that let you enjoy the view (sorry, no lanais); the higher the floor, the higher the price. In 2006 the hotel added flatscreen TVs and high-speed Internet (fee of $11 per day) to every room.
Following Japanese standards, the level of service is impeccable; no detail is ignored, and no request is too small. The outdoor pool is one of the few saltwater pools in Waikiki, with no chemicals or chlorine added. The location is perfect for shopping -- Ala Moana Center is a 10-minute walk away -- and Waikiki's beaches are just a 5-minute walk away (both are also accessible via the hotel's shuttle bus). Culinary options include two great restaurants, one with award-winning Japanese cuisine and one with Euro-Asian buffets (Prince Court), plus a lobby cafe coffee bar in the morning and a wine bar in the afternoon.
Facilities: 2 restaurants; outdoor bar; outdoor pool; 27-hole golf club a 40-min. shuttle ride away in Ewa Beach; small but newly renovated fitness room; small day spa; Jacuzzi; concierge; car-rental desk; business center; room service; babysitting; dry cleaning; executive-level rooms.
- © Frommer's 2013
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If you are not happy with this hotel ~ you will never be happy
This hotel represents good value for money. It has generous sized rooms, a good bathroom, which has bath , seperate shower & good toiletries. Everything in the place works as it...
- posted on 11.20.12
- by Ray72mond
moley moley moley
Stayed at the Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki, not to be confused with Waikiki Prince Hotel, to attend a wedding. I was in a suite, room 2520, upon walking into the room there was an odor....
- posted on 11.16.12
- by Miguel L
Fabulous Waikiki hotel away from the noisy crowd
We recently stayed at this hotel for 9 nights. We wanted a relaxing holiday - and that's precisely what we got. This hotel was right in front of the marina - quiet, beautiful and...
- posted on 11.13.12
- by Rosalind157
- Highly Recommended 2010
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- 100 Holomoana St
- just across Ala Wai Canal Bridge, on the ocean side of Ala Moana Blvd
- Honolulu, HI 96815
- Prince Hotels & Resorts
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