Seamlessly Combine Work and Travel at Prince Waikiki, an Optimum Workcation Destination

With so many companies “going remote” because of ongoing COVID-19 restrictions, workcations have never been trendier, especially on islands, such as Oahu. Workcations allow employees to seamlessly balance work and travel, far away from “home base.” Research indicates that physical and mental health are negatively affected when we lose control of a proper work-life balance. Thus, countless employees are rethinking their daily routines and habits in an effort to improve their quality of life.

Workcation from Paradise

Photo of a Woman Combining Work and Travel in Prince Waikiki's Lobby.

With approximately 30 percent of paid time off going to waste, more and more loyal employees are taking full advantage of their newfound freedom to work whenever and wherever they want. Thankfully, many renowned hotels and resorts, such as award-winning Prince Waikiki, are shrewdly creating workcation packages that include substantial savings and an array of perks. Prince Waikiki’s Workcation from Paradise extended-stay package includes up to 30 percent off the hotel’s best available rate on stays seven days or longer. Added perks include a waived resort charge (up to $37 off per night), daily breakfast at 100 Sails Restaurant & Bar, complimentary printing in the on-site library, coffee (or tea) service, and 20 percent off Club Lounge access.

On- and Off-Site Work Stations

Finding a suitable work station at Prince Waikiki (or Honolulu itself) takes little-to-no effort. The aforementioned Club Lounge is a sublime gathering space for business people, primarily for those used to a level of sophistication. Savor an island-fresh lunch (and a non-alcoholic beverage) on the Muliwai Deck—or continue your work in a private poolside cabana. Many travelers prefer to work in the comforts of their own ocean-view suite, all of which feature jet-fast Wi-Fi, high-end furnishings, and swift access to all common areas. A few months back, the Prince team amassed four sleek spots that offer free, high-speed internet access, including Kona Coffee Purveyors and SALT at Our Kaka‘ako.

Work and Travel Made Easy at Prince Waikiki

Photo of a Woman Relaxing in a Sizable Guest Room. Combine Work and Travel This Spring at Prince Waikiki.Balancing work and travel at Prince Waikiki couldn’t feel any more seamless, calming, and lavish. With high-speed internet in all rooms, suites, and common areas, including the Club Lounge, Muliwai Deck, pool deck, library, lobby, and rotunda, no two workdays must look and feel alike. The hotel itself boasts a Honolulu Coffee location, two award-winning restaurants, an off-site golf course (co-designed by Arnold Palmer), an opulent spa, and a number of boardrooms for those traveling in teams.

To speak with the concierge about amenities and arrangements, please call the hotel at 808-944-4423 (or connect via email at [email protected]). Travelers can find package details at this link: Workcation from Paradise.