The former Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki and Golf Club has announced its new identity as Prince Waikiki following an extensive, multi-million-dollar redevelopment.
Having just completed an eight-month long refurbishment project worth US $55.4 million, the hotel has unveiled its transformed rooms and suites, redefined dining options, a modernised lobby, a new infinity pool and enhanced meeting spaces equipped with the latest technology.
All 563 oceanfront rooms and suites have been remodelled. They each showcase floor-to-ceiling views, with windows that open up to tropical breezes, enabling guests the option to transform their room into their own private lanai. They also feature a comfortable new seating area, and spacious, modern bathrooms.
The décor and interior design of the property draws inspiration from the hotel’s history, with symbolic elements, such as local art, of the surrounding location and its history giving a strong sense pf place all throughout the hotel.
Beyond the physical transformation, the redevelopment has also focused on personalising guest services to offer an experience that meets the needs and expectations of today’s traveller.
The hotel’s signature restaurant 100 Sails Restaurant & Bar offers fresh island cuisine with expansive sunset views, while the new bar’s experience is heightened with craft cocktails, beers and wines on tap.
On the lobby level, guests can enjoy casual dining experiences at Katsumidori Sushi Tokyo and Honolulu Coffee Company.
Situated at the epicentre of Honolulu’s most exciting neighbourhoods—Honolulu/Chinatown, Kaka‘ako, Ala Moana and Waikīkī, guests can enjoy everything from beaches and nature to shopping and restaurants, with popular attractions such as Pearl Harbor, Diamond Head State Monument and the hotel’s 27-hole Arnold Palmer/Ed Seay championship golf course, all within easy access.