Located opposite the beautiful Waikiki Beach, Sheraton Princess Kaiulani is a long-time favourite and is affectionately known as PK. Within walking distance of the Royal Hawaiian Shopping Centre and International Market Place, the resort is popular with couples and families alike.
Accommodation at the Sheraton Princess Kaiulani features 1000 rooms all featuring Sheraton's Sweet Sleeper Bed for a restful night's sleep, and are spread across the Ainahau Tower, Princess Wing and Kaiulani Wing. Each spacious room offers comfort and modern amenities as well as their own beautiful views.
Sheraton Princess Kaiulani also enjoys an excellent range of onsite facilities including a fresh water swimming pool, sprawling sun decks, a shop, babysitting services, a number of bars and restaurants as well as its own food court and much more.
This great resort is based in an ideal location and boasts the ultimate in convenience and amazing affordability, Sheraton Princess Kaiulani is definitely a popular favourite with visitors on holiday in Hawaii.
All Rooms Feature:
Pikake Terrace Restaurant: Offering a delicious breakfast buffet daily, featuring island-inspired breakfast favorites like Eggs Benedict and made-to-order omelet
Splash Bar: Enjoy Waikiki Happy Hour every day at Splash Bar. Sit back and relax with a tropical drinks and local cuisine while enjoying live entertainment poolside.
Room service: available daily for breakfast.
Children: Extra person charges may apply, payable direct to the resort.
Check In: 3.00 pm
Check Out: 11.00 am
Reception Hours: Open 24 hours
Address: 120 Kaiulani Avenue, Honolulu, Hawaii
Would have liked it more if the daily charges of almost $40.00 daily for internet and other miscellaneous services were included in the initial cost of the room per day.
Lovely place to stay clean close to everything
The hotel is in a good location and the staff are great.
There were some downsides to our stay. These being that the wing we stayed in was in need of a makeover and refurb. This showed in the small things like the carpet in the hallways were very old and stained, the room was very dated and small. The elevators were continually breaking down forcing long waits for patrons to get to and from their rooms. This was quite a let down considering its a high end hotel.
Also the swimming pool is problematic because it is not reserved for patrons and people off the street continually walk by and into the grounds and even swim in the pool without being challenged.
The staff were great which made up for it but this hotel has a lot to go to be considered ideal .