Hawaii Mom Blog: A Family Staycation at Sheraton Princess Kaiulani




May 3, 2019

A Family Staycation at Sheraton Princess Kaiulani

Nearly three years ago, our family staycationed at the Sheraton Princess Kaiulani hotel for the first time.

The 1000-room hotel in the heart of Waikiki is steeped in history, yet provides modern conveniences, and a variety of services and amenities.

Over the Easter weekend, we were fortunate to have been invited back for a quick one-night stay.

Upon check-in, we were greeted with lei, and kids received a fun coloring book.

We stayed in a 2-bedroom suite, which had a large living and dining area, a full kitchen, and two bathrooms.

Although the suite was quite dated, I enjoyed the spaciousness and coziness.

Don the soft robe and slippers and it's easy to unwind!

The suite was also equipped with three televisions, a Keurig coffee maker, and even a washer and dryer!

The large lanai and the pretty views were a huge plus as well.

The kids loved the pool, and I loved that bottled water and fresh fruit were offered to guests.

Get there early to snag a seat under the umbrella, or rent one of the two cabanas, because it can get quite hot.

If you prefer the beach, you're in luck, because the beach is just across the street!

When hunger strikes, you can simply order room service, head down to Splash Bar (open for lunch and dinner), or indulge in the buffets at Pikake Terrace (open for breakfast and dinner).

We were fortunate to dine at Pikake Terrace for both dinner and Easter brunch, and we definitely got our fill of delicious Italian eats at dinner, as well as hearty faves (including a Rainbow Mimosa Bar!) during brunch.  You can read about the dinner here, and the Easter brunch here (note - Pikake Terrace will have a fabulous brunch for Mother's day.  You can find out what's on the menu and get more information here).

A resort charge of $34.55/night includes amenities such as Wi-Fi access, MiFi rental, one-day GoPro Camera rental, two bottles of water, Sea Life Park discounts, keiki discounts at Pikake Terrace, and so much more!

We had a short, but sweet stay at the Sheraton Princess Kaiulani Hotel!

Sheraton Princess Kaiulani Hotel
120 Kaiulani Ave
Honolulu, HI 96815
(808) 922-5811

Mahalo to the Sheraton Princess Kaiulani for hosting our stay.  Gratuity was paid on my own.

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