Set on the former royal estate of Princess Victoria Kaiulani, this resort has captured the warmth of a true Hawaiian home. A garden oasis in the heart of Waikiki and only a crosswalk away from Waikiki beach. Enjoy full access to all services and amenities at all four Starwood properties in Waikiki.


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  • Across the street from Waikiki Beach, 14km from Honolulu Int'l Airport.


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  • 1010 rooms


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  • 1 à la carte
  • 1 buffet

Meal plan options:

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  • no meals


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  • 1 bar
  • 1 entertainment

Available onsite:

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  • 1 pool
  • fitness centre ($)
  • Wi-Fi

Children and teens:

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Children ages: 0 to 17


  • elevators
  • wheelchair accessible rooms
  • public areas wheelchair accessible

Check-in time:

3:00 pm

Check-out time:

11:00 am

Your price includes:

  • Round trip airport transfers
  • All taxes

Resort fee


Yes - payable at resort

A daily charge of $26.18 per room per day will be billed directly to guest at hotel.

Fee includes:

  • Wi-Fi
  • Self-parking for one (1) vehicle
  • Unlimited local and 1-800 telephone calls
  • Up to 60 minutes of long distance telephone calls per day
  • Two (2) bottles of water daily
  • Children 5 & under eat for free from Children’s Menu at designated dining outlets for breakfast, lunch, and/or dinner with paying adult
  • Big Kahuna Beach Services
  • Collections of Waikiki coupons
Resort fee and inclusions subject to change without notice at the discretion of the hotel, some restrictions may apply.

Resort fee

A resort fee is a fee payable to the resort. This fee varies per resort and may cover items such as fitness centres, internet, local calls, etc.

Reviews 100% of guests recommend this hotel.


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