HAWAII TRAVEL TIPS
Many tourists from the lower 48 states are pleasantly surprised to discover the vibrant, imaginative art scene here in Honolulu, especially in the rising neighborhood of Kaka’ako. Prince Waikiki is one of the only luxury hotels in Waikiki within one mile of this creative community. Not only is Kaka’ako plump with innovative cuisine, top-tier breweries, and a dynamic music scene, but this neighborhood is home to the annual Pow! Wow! Hawaii street art festival.
Whether you’re on a life-changing honeymoon, family getaway, or business retreat, you’re periodically going to want a bottle of champagne, breakfast in bed, or dinner in your peaceful ocean-view suite. Prince Waikiki rests on the banks of the stunning Ala Wai Boat Harbor in Honolulu’s most popular neighborhood. Waikiki is home to premier Honolulu hotels, pristine beaches, and some of the finest restaurants in Hawaii.
Tourists from across the globe visit the island of Oahu to explore 600 square miles of awe-inspiring natural beauty. Many of those outdoor enthusiasts explore a number of our prized waterfalls, scattered throughout the vast Hawaiian wilderness. Prince Waikiki may rest on a stunning sunset harbor on the shores of the Pacific Ocean, but it’s also minutes away from the most beautiful waterfalls in Oahu.
There are only 18 craft breweries in the state of Hawaii with a handful of others currently in the works. Many guests who escape to Honolulu live in large “beer cities” such as Boston, Portland, Denver, Seattle, and San Diego. Tourists visit Honolulu to get away from their tiresome daily routines, relax in supreme luxury, and explore Oahu’s breathtaking natural wilderness, but they also crave a pint-sized slice of home.
There is no underwater experience on Earth quite like snorkeling with wild Hawaiian spinner dolphins off the breathtaking coast of Oahu. Two Honolulu-based companies offer underwater adventures up the west coast near the oceanfront communities of Makaha and Waianae. You’ll have the opportunity to swim with spinner dolphins, sea turtles, and colorful schools of fish in distinctively beautiful coral reefs.
Learn more about Waikiki Hawaii’s rich and diverse culture on your next visit to Honolulu by enrolling in one of our complimentary cultural activities. Whether you’re aiming to learn the art of hula dancing, unwind with Tai Chi, or explore the surrounding neighborhood with a brisk health walk, Prince Waikiki is delighted to share our traditions with each willing guest. Our lavish ocean-view hotel rests on the banks of the stunning Ala Wai Yacht Harbor on the most beautiful island in the world, placing us in the heart of Honolulu’s most diverse neighborhoods.
Hawaii’s largest ethnic festival returns in September to the Hawaii Convention Center, a half-mile from the stunning Prince Waikiki. Kama'aina and tourists alike have been attending the Annual Okinawan Festival since 1982 to learn more about Japanese culture, indulge in eccentric foods, and witness extraordinary live dance and musical performances. Unlike all other Hawaii resorts, Prince Waikiki is within walking distance of the festival and is offering weekend savings for guests planning on visiting the event.
Spend each morning of your relaxing escape in Honolulu with an artisan cup of coffee and a delicious handmade pastry. Hunting down the very best cafes in the largest city in Hawaii can be challenging. Whether you’re looking for a freshly roasted cup of black coffee or the island’s best latte, the options are seemingly unlimited throughout our lively neighborhoods.
The island of Oahu is home to some of the world’s best golf courses, many of which are designed by influential hall-of-fame PGA golfers. There is only one Waikiki golf course within a short distance of Prince Waikiki, Honolulu’s premier luxury hotel. As you can imagine, that course is crowded, expensive, and unkempt.
Prince Waikiki rests on a breathtaking slice of Honolulu overlooking the tranquil Ala Wai Canal marina and the magnificent Pacific Ocean. Waikiki is a lively, beautiful peninsula city plump full of spectacular local artists and musicians. Unlike most hotels in Waikiki Hawaii, Prince Waikiki has an ideal central location to art galleries, music clubs, and the Hawaii Convention Center, home of the annual Okinawan Festival.
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