Prince Waikiki Earns Coveted TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice Award

Photo of Prince's TripAdvisor Waikiki Award.Prince Waikiki, TripAdvisor’s top-rated hotel in Honolulu, is no stranger to prestigious awards. In 2018, the hotel earned a TripAdvisor-stamped “Certificate of Excellence,” placing Prince in the top 10 percent of the world’s businesses. The next year, USA Today listed this multi-purpose establishment as one of Hawaii’s 10 best hotels. And the competition couldn’t be any more superlative, so such awards do provide quite a jolt of energy into the building.

The “Best of the Best” Award

Photo that says, "You're in the top 1% of hotels worldwide." Thank you, TripAdvisor Waikiki!The “Best of the Best” award, in particular, is exceedingly coveted in the hospitality industry, as it means that the recipient is in the top one percent of businesses across the globe. Prince Waikiki’s longstanding distinction on most rating-based platforms, including TripAdvisor, is rooted in three decades worth of hard work, creativity, and renovations. In 2016, the hotel successfully underwent an extensive $55.4 million redevelopment and repositioning. That redevelopment project instantly turned heads, even amongst staff. In a statement made across several social media channels, Prince’s marketing team gleefully accepted and acknowledged the most recent award.

“Prince Waikiki is honored to receive the TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice 2020 Best of the Best Award! Mahalo to all of our wonderful guests and staff. We look forward to welcoming you again soon.”

The #1 Hotel in Honolulu

Photo of Prince Waikiki, Winner of the TripAdvisor Waikiki Award, "Best of the Best."For those who have never had the privilege of staying at Prince Waikiki, the hotel remains a shining example of sophistication and innovation. Architecturally, it’s a modern marvel. The bevy of culinary delights at 100 Sails Restaurant and Katsumidori Sushi Tokyo, respectively, provide a metaphorical voyage across the Seven Seas. Visitors also have exclusive access to a sumptuous, oceanfront infinity pool, a sea breeze spa, an Arnold Palmer-designed golf course, the city’s largest collection of contemporary art, and, of course, the exclusive Club Lounge. Prince Waikiki is centrally located near the Ala Moana Center (the world’s largest open-air shopping mall), the Hawaii Convention Center, Kaka’ako, and Waikiki Beach. After booking a future stay, remember to click the links below to learn more about the island’s many offerings.