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We began today with an early start so that we could Skype my family back in England (and Spain). I then managed to watch the Froch vs Groves II fight over the internet and my luck must have been in as I won a small bet.
After another ridiculously sized American lunch we decided to hire a couple of surf boards down at the beach. The surf wasn't as good as we experienced in Sydney so we had to wait for quite a long time in between waves. I managed to stand up ...
... pointed out the diamonds I did not see them – that’s how tiny they were !!
I found Judy and Phil who were enquiring about the price of something else which turned out to be three times + what they paid elsewhere. I told them about the 40% display case and then I spotted the 50% off display case.
By this time, Cecile had returned – she thought she had a shot at both Judy, Phil and me. I asked ...
... bagels in hand. Our first stop was Diamond Head Crater. We paid the fee to park closer to the monument and off we set on our hike. We later found out from Louise & Blake that the hike was an hour and 45 minutes with 2 tunnels. The hawaiian sun has such a fierce bite to it that when it is out, it's vicious. I was pretty proud of myself and thought I did a sensational job of the hike. It was pretty easy except for the heat and the millions and millions of steps, that was just ...
Carly, Junior and I decided to go on a submarine ride. We walked down to the dock at 8:30 and waited for our boat. The boat took us out to our submarine. In the way there, we saw some dolphins. We climbed off the boat and down the ladder into the sub. The portholes were really big. We dropped down to 75 feet and started to see fish. When we got to some sunken rocks, there were tons of fish around the ...
... descent, and was a welcome change as the way up had been rather monotonous through the rocky desert.
It was an early morning again today to drive 2 hours back to Hilo where we caught our flight back to Honolulu. It's cloudy here today and feels much cooler than the last few days, which is a welcome change. Today will be spent catching up on sleep before we resume adventuring tomorrow!
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki Honolulu
The Hawaii Prince is located at the end of Waikiki Beach closest to the airport away from the hustle and bustle of downtown Waikiki. There is a shuttle bus to the centre of Waikiki. The staff here were very helpful. We left our bags with them after we checked out before we were due to leave for the airport and they were very patient with us.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki Honolulu
My husband and I spent our 4th wedding anniversary at the Hawaii Prince July 2003. It was wonderful! The outstanding customer service began when I called to make reservations. I told the reservationist that I had never been to Hawaii before and wasn't sure about location, etc.
Just returned from a week stayed at the Hawaii Prince and it was fantastic. The stuff were friendly and helpful. Awesome atmosphere.
Great views. Room was very comfortable. Accessible to the main waikiki street/Blvd. Highly recommeded.
Our family of four stayed here on our last night on the island in early August after 5 nights at Turtle Bay Hotel. I knew going in that this hotel was not on Waikiki Beach and that it did not offer the resort hotel amenities and features like the giant Hilton few doors down.
The Prince Hawaii hotel is a great hotel. It is clean and modern with decent size rooms and great bathrooms. The entire place is very clean.
very nice, room comfortable, clean. not very busy place. Don't care for location, which is distant from the beach, but a great place to start out.
Very nice, but pool too windy
We stayed the Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki in February, 2003. The staff was fantastic and the hotel very nice, but we found the pool to be less than usable since the pool is located on the 4th floor - built over the lobby area. I do not know if we were experiencing abnormal weather, but the level of wind was too high to be enjoyable. We ended up walking to the near-by beaches for swimming.
My family and I recently returned from a one week stay at the Hawaii (Waikiki) Prince Hotel. The hotel is very pleasant, quiet and tastefully decorated in a typically understated Japanese way. Our room was very comfortable, with a very large, marble bathroom and pretty views of the marina and ocean across the street. The hotel also has a nice pool deck with a hottub and small exercise room.I recommend this hotel, but anyone staying here needs to know that it's a twenty to thirty minute walk to the center of Waikiki Beach. The hotel has a shuttle to take you to and from the beach, but for some reason, it doesn't begin operating until noon. Thus, if you want to go to the beach in the morning, you'll need to walk or take a taxi (approximately $10). Still, this is a nice hotel and you may be able to get a very good deal on your room rate through Hot Wire or perhaps Priceline. Enjoy!
Loved the Hawaii Prince Hotel
I had a wonderful stay at the Hawaii Prince Hotel! I couldn`t find anything that I didn`t love. The hotel is in a gorgeous location, beautifully appointed, and all of the rooms have ocean views. The room that I had was on the 10th floor, and was spacious and very comfortable. The service here was excellent...caring and friendly, with great attention to detail. I had one of the best meals I have ever had anywhere...if you like seafood, you`ll definitely be happy here. We`ll definitely be going back soon.
My best friend's wedding was here at the Prince. They gave her and her hubby a suite, and it was wonderful. It offered a beautiful view of the harbor and of the city. The 2 rooms were so spacious and lovely.
The suites are appointed with Aveda products - I couldn't say if this is standard with all the rooms, but I was pleased with that extra.
The staff was just so nice - full of aloha spirit. I would definitely return to this hotel. A friend told me that they got a really excellent deal on the Prince through Hotwire.
Classy and Upscale
Stayed at the Prince in October 2003 for four days. Every room has an ocean view!
Lots of marble everywhere. Also, the room had a luxury tropical feel. The bathrooms were huge!
Entrance is a little tricky to find because it doesn't face the main street. Although I like the fact that it is on the edge of Waikiki and practically across the street from the Ala Moana Shopping Center and beach park.