Over a hundred years ago, Hawaii’s last and most beloved princess lived in the middle of Waikiki at the former royal estate of Ainahua. Third in line for the throne, Princess Kaiulani was educated in England and returned to the islands only to die at the age of 23. The 3.5-star Sheraton Princess Kaiulani is located on the former grounds of the estate, where once a young princess strolled through tropical gardens with Robert Louis Stevenson for company. The hotel celebrates the life of this most beautiful Hawaiian Princess with a glimpse to the royal past in the art and decorations throughout the hotel, including the most well known portrait of the Princess in a place of honor in the hotel’s open air lobby.
Located right across the street from Waikiki Beach and all its activities, the Sheraton Princess Kaiulani features a large swimming pool, pool bar service, Activities Desk, Concierge, coin operated laundry facilities, safe deposit boxes, self parking (fee) and room service. The hotel also offers an array of daily Hawaiian activities that you may participate in. These daily cultural activities takes place in the lobby and are complimentary. Activities include lei making, hula lessons, fish feeding, Hawaiian quilting, keiki arts and crafts, and more.
There are a choice of restaurants to dine at including the Pikake Terrace, relaxed outdoor dining in a poolside garden setting, with great buffets and delightful Hawaiian music performed nightly. The poolside Splash Bar & Bento features casual American dining, you may take a sip of tropical cocktail and enjoy nightly entertainment under the stars with “bento-style” dining.
The Sheraton Princess Kaiulani is part of Starwood’s “Stay At One, Dine At All” program where you can dine at all their sister properties in Waikiki and simply charge it back to your room. This is a great hotel for families and for anyone who wants the perfect location, with wonderful service at affordable prices.