Explore Nearby Ala Moana and Kaka’ako Neighborhoods
Guests can travel west on Ala Moana Boulevard and discover the world’s largest open-air shopping mall and the lively, up-and-coming neighborhood of Kaka’ako. We encourage our guests to hop aboard a complimentary shuttle to the Ala Moana Center or take a quick cab ride to Kaka’ako if you’re not already soaking in our lavish infinity pool or basking in the Prince Waikiki Club Lounge. Discover two very different sides of Honolulu on your next getaway to Prince Waikiki.
The World’s Largest Open-Air Shopping Mall
What sets the Ala Moana Center apart from all North American malls, besides being the world’s largest open-air shopping center, is its unique Hawaiian architecture, delicious cuisine, daily live performances, and an abundance of high-end stores. Prince Waikiki offers complimentary shuttles to Ala Moana, merely ask our friendly concierge for more information. Ala Moana hosts a farmers market every Sunday; you don’t want to miss the fresh island produce and local crafts. Keep your eyes peeled for daily live music, hula dance performances, and fashion shows at Centerstage. The mall is massive, so please remember to grab a map if you’re in search of specific establishments. You’ll find Armani, Chanel, Ralph Lauren, Versace, Bloomingdale’s, Miu Miu, and local favorite Malie Organics in the mall. Don’t forget to try a juicy steak at Morton’s The Steakhouse or fresh seafood at Tanaka of Tokyo West before you head back to your lavish accommodation.
Street Art, Fine Cuisine, Refreshing Brews, and Live Entertainment
It would be a mistake to skip a day-trip to nearby Kaka’ako, Honolulu’s lively, up-and-coming neighborhood. Tourists flock to Kaka’ako for creative street art, delicious cuisine, superb local craft beer, and nightly live entertainment at the Honolulu Night Market. Kaka’ako’s signature street art and murals, created each year by the urban art collective POW WOW Hawaii, are the neighborhood’s top draw. The walls have loud colors, unique designs, and are ideal for tourist photo opportunities. Make time to view this year’s spectacular street art because new artists replace the art each February during the POW WOW Festival.
Grab lunch at luxurious Tango Contemporary Cafe or modest Hank’s Haute Dogs. Tango slings modern Scandinavian and Hawaiian-inspired sandwiches, burgers, and entrees; Chef Göran’s signature open-faced gravlax sandwich is a must eat. If you’re willing to take a ride on the wild side, head over Hank’s for the best “haute dogs” in Hawaii (and maybe the world). Kaka’ako has the top libation options on the island. Lovers of hoppy brews should try a Hop Island IPA at Honolulu BeerWorks, located two blocks from Hank’s. Stroll over to The Brewseum for a unique luau-inspired atmosphere and delicious pale ales. Finish the evening at Ruth’s Chris Steak House, where you can savor every bite of the state’s best steak filets.
Prince Waikiki: Honolulu’s Premier Luxury Hotel
If you’re also planning to discover our beautiful Waikiki neighborhood, we offer complimentary shuttles to local hotspots and beaches as well as the Arnold Palmer-designed Hawaii Prince Golf Club in breathtaking Ewa Beach. Don’t forget to relax at our lavish infinity pool with a tasty signature cocktail from the Hinana Bar. Whether you’re strolling through Kaka’ako, shopping designer clothing at the Ala Moana Center, or enjoying the amenities of the Prince Waikiki Club, your upcoming escape to Honolulu is bound to be extraordinary.