Growing up in Hawaii, we have the occasional weekend-staycations and about 10 years ago, the Prince was the choice. Overtime, nothing really struck me with the prince but within the last month, I was able to stay at the NEWLY RENOVATED Prince Waikiki.
I couldn't recognize anything from 10 years ago apart from the massive building. Enough fluff, let's cut to the good stuff:
*Only a 15 minute walk to, at one point, the largest open air mall in the US - Ala Moana!
*Lieterally, a 10 minute walk to the nearest surf spot (Bowls, Kaisers, Rock Piles)
*10 minute walk to the nearest beach
*Breakfast at 100 Sails was phenomenal! (Recommend the Acai bowl!)
*Friendly staff and services
*Infinity pool with bar service!
*Gorgeous views of the sunset!!!
Our time at the Prince was a speedy weekend but it was thoroughly enjoyed by my family of 3. We spent most of our time exploring and lounging around the pool area. The view overlooks Ala Wai Harbor and hosts magnificent sunsets every night while we were there!
At the entrance of Waikiki, The Prince Luxury Hotel welcomes visitors to a Hotel rooted in Hawaiian History as a previous estuary - previously and alluded to in their new redesign, that was once alive with fish ancient Hawaiians sustained in order to thrive!
My family and I enjoyed our stay!More