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Hotel Review: Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki

Hotel Review: Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki - Wonderful Experience - Best View on the Beach!As I pulled into the Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki, my driver blurted out, “This is one of the nicest hotels on the island.” Indeed it was. What was in store for me during my visit was unimaginable prior to stepping foot onto the property. Not just another nice hotel, this is thee travel destination for VIP’s. As I toured the property, I thought to myself that this could possibly be one of Hawaii’s best kept secrets. Today, I am going to take you through my personal experiences during my visit at this grand hotel.

Hotel Review: Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki - Wonderful Experience - Best View on the Beach!First Impression

My tour was conducted by Dara, Darla, and Ayaka who were gracious enough to sit and speak with me about the Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki and my experiences in Hawaii thus far. They gave me a general overview, and I was presented with a packet of materials that went over the specs of the property. In addition to my meeting and tour, I went back to the hotel a second time and wrote this article based on both my guided tour and solo experience. My guided tour was conducted on 4/16, and my sole experience took place on Easter during the evening hours after a long day of holiday foot traffic.

Hotel Review: Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki - Wonderful Experience - Best View on the Beach!What I can honestly say is that the level of customer service was consistently great. During the evening of April 20th, I participated in the hotel’s holiday dinner buffet. I made reservations and was impressed at how each of the wait staff referred to me by name addressing me throughout my meal. I can’t say that I have ever experienced that at any hotel. Outside of the dining experience, as I walked through the property I couldn’t help but feel as if the Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki was the beginning of a lifetime of memories. This hotel is the ideal location for a honeymoon or lost weekend with a loved one. During the start of the tour on April 16th, Darla casually mentioned that all of the rooms in the hotel have an ocean front view. I responding by saying, “You’re joking right”?!

Each and every single room at the Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki has this spectacular view of the Pacific Ocean. I know that I am writing as if I am doing copy for a commercial, but in all honesty I could have lived and died by the views from the rooms on the property. The epitome of beauty of the Hawaiian Islands can be seen through the windows of the Hawaii Prince hotel. Don’t just take my word for it, look at the pictures below and judge for yourself. Additionally, all of the room have floor-to-ceiling, wall-to-wall views. From the standard rooms, to the penthouses… every room can be easily referred to as a VIP suite. The Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki consist of 2 towers, 541 guest suites which include 57 luxury suites, a swimming pool overlooking the harbor, and a Gulf Club designed by Arnold Palmer (separate from property, shuttle service provided).

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Rewards program?
My husband has been using his Alaska Airlines card to pay for everything for a few years now, and so now we're flying to Hawaii with miles next month. The only thing we have to pay for is the hotel room.
Now I'm thinking I am going to cancel my Capital One Visa and because they are evil and creepy, and get a hotel rewards card instead. Then maybe we can get our hotels for free. But I can't figure out which one is good. I would google this, but googling is what got me getting a Capital One card in the first place, and they suck. So I thought I'd ask for first hand (well, if you can call wifo first hand) experience.

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Traveling in Europe (Austria-->Greece, the Alps)?

I am going to be studying abroad in Salzburg, Austria for the month of June. I will be allowed a few "free days." The longest time I have free is 5 days, and I have the afternoon after classes end (about 5?) to start my trip.
I would love to go to Greece, but I don't know if I will have enough time to get there and enjoy my time there. How long would it take to get there? and will I have time to relax and hit the beaches?
I would also like to climb the Alps, but is it safe to be an unfamiliar climber on the Alps? I have climbing experience, but I'm not sure how much the…

You could take one of those discount flights and be there by dark. then you spend your time.

If you are in Salzburg, and you want to hike the alps, you probably don't have to hike far from your door. Salzburg is pretty much IN the alps. Really beautiful country. And not that far from Switzerland, if you want to cross the border for a weekend, that should be easy to do.

What you really need to do is set yourself up a longer program of study, like a semester or even a year, so you can REALLY get a feel for your town and the semester,…

Specific places in France?

I want to go to some hidden treasures in France that are not too touristy. Some nice museums, gardens, interesting historical places, etc. If France has the biggest of something, I want to see it (like the biggest, i don't know, tree or icecream bowl)

Be creative please!

Uzes is a town in the languedoc-roussilon (probably spelled that wrong)
it's not too touristy and a beautiful historic town, i lived there for the summer!

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