Most travelers spend approximately 10 days in Hawaii, so it’s critical to research the top-rated Honolulu hotels, attractions, and restaurants well before your arrival. To ensure that your next Honolulu getaway is nothing short of flawless, we’ve pieced together 10 essential reasons to visit Prince Waikiki this fall.
Researching and discovering the best breakfast in Waikiki Beach can be challenging as there are nearly 500 restaurants in the city that specialize in “the most important meal of the day.” And luckily for you and your family, Prince Waikiki’s on-site restaurant, 100 Sails, serves some of the best breakfast in Waikiki.
Artistic expression is a large part of our culture here on Oahu, which is why you’ll also discover beautiful artworks from Kaili Chun and several other local artists inside Prince Waikiki, one of the only luxury Hawaii resorts within 1.5 miles of Kaka’ako. We highly recommend embarking on a day-trip to nearby Kaka’ako to observe this year’s best murals, and browse through SALT, an 85,000-square-foot shopping, dining, and arts center.
Some of the best snorkeling in Oahu is just a short drive from Prince Waikiki at Queen’s Beach along the Waikiki Marine Life Conservation District. Snorkeling is a popular pastime here in Waikiki, Hawaii, as kama’aina and visitors alike have been exploring our pristine, shallow shores since the proper equipment was invented several decades ago.
Whether you’re planning a spontaneous girls weekend getaway or a meticulously-detailed bachelorette party to Oahu, you’ll instantly fall in love with Honolulu’s jaw-dropping beaches, authentic gourmet cuisine, and lively nightlife. Prince Waikiki is perfectly located between the hippest neighborhood in Honolulu, Kaka’ako, and relaxing, scenic Waikiki Beach. Not only does Prince Waikiki rest on the edge of serene Ala Wai Boat Harbor, but each of our luxury Waikiki suites faces the genuinely breathtaking Pacific Ocean.
We’ve hand-selected three of our favorite “easy” hikes here in Oahu, all of which are a short drive from Prince Waikiki’s luxurious ocean-view Honolulu lodging. Whether you’re hoping to stand underneath a 150-foot waterfall, observe Oahu’s breathtaking Pacific Ocean cliffs, or trek deep into a tropical rainforest, you’ll find an easy yet unforgettable trail near Honolulu that perfectly suits your hiking abilities.