Sheraton Princess Kaiulani

The Sheraton Princess Kaʻiulani Hotel now stands on what was once Ainahau Estate—the home of Hawaii’s last princess, Victoria Kaʻiulani. The 1,142-room hotel opened in 1955 and has been happily hosting visitors since. The hotel is currently working on enhancements to its guestrooms and property, starting with its fitness center and making guestrooms and the lobby area accessible to high-speed Internet.

Other visible upgrades include the installation of flat-screen televisions, new carpets and bathroom fixtures for rooms, while hotel restaurants now have a more contemporary, modern feel. Expect to see new changes in the food and beverage department as well. Cuisine ranges from Japanese to Western to local fare; dinner buffets change themes nightly so variety is never an issue.

The hotel also has a wide range of cultural programs for guests to participate in such as Hawaiian lei-making, ukulele lessons, Hawaiian quilting, just to name a few. Another unique entertainment offering the Sheraton Princess Kaʻiulani Hotel has is its weekly “Fourever Fab” Beatles tribute show at the hotel’s Ainahau Showroom.

Though the hotel is not beachfront, guests are invited to walk across to Waikiki Beach and enjoy Big Kahuna Beach Service amenities, which provides beach towel service, private lounge chairs on Waikiki Beach, fresh fruits and other refreshments, and complimentary bottled water. For more information, please call (808) 922-5811 or visit their website at


  • Sheraton Sweet Sleeper beds with premium linens
  • Selection of Kona coffee and Tazo teas
  • Mini-fridge
  • In-room safe
  • Flat-screen TV with cable channels and On-Demand movies
  • Deluxe Shine spa products
  • Fitness center
  • Business/communications center
  • Swimming pool and poolside entertainment nightly
  • On-site and in-room dining
  • Internet access (with fee)
  • Concierge and activities desk
  • Self-parking
  • User Info and Leaderboard

  • Sanitize your phone with UV rays