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Sheraton Princess Kaiulani completes renovation

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The Sheraton Princess Kaiulani, which sits on the former site of the Ainahau Estate and was once home to Hawaii’s beloved Princess Victoria Kaiulani, today announced the completion of the Ainahau Tower room refresh. The 664 guestrooms have undergone a thoughtful and extensive refresh, paying homage to Waikiki’s history and Princess Kaiulani’s fashion, celebrating the hotel’s historical grounds and natural landscapes, and breathing new life into the hotel’s original design.

Among the highlights of the refresh are:

Six new Junior Suites, featuring a spacious entryway with wet bar, living area with pull-out sofa, coffee table and custom chairs, flexible work area and entertainment center, all-new king platform bed, updated monstera print wall coverings, art, and new outdoor furniture on the lanai that runs the length of the suite.  The new Junior Suites feature either sunrise or Waikiki skyline vistas.

658 refreshed Guest Rooms, featuring botanical surroundings, refreshed lighting, contemporary seating bench with custom upholstery, and a tranquil, coastal-inspired color palette featuring shades of papaya, mocha, and sky-blue. Guest rooms are offered in king or double bed configurations.

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Sheraton Princess Kaiulani’s redesign was crafted by The Vanguard Theory, a Hawaii design firm led by Michelle Jaime. Local touches permeate throughout: Kailua artist Jenn Ellenburg’s photography is featured in each room, and Native Hawaiian-owned NOHO HOME provides the upholstery. Jalene Kanani Hitzeman, Founder, President, and Creative Director of NOHO HOME by Jalene Kanani, was inspired to showcase the kui pattern, representing a form of lei-making. As lei serves as a conduit for sharing aloha, it was integral for NOHO HOME to incorporate the lei pattern to embody Hawaii’s spirit of aloha.

“As we embarked on this project, our goal was to retain the soul of the cherished Princess Kaiulani hotel,” said Thomas Foti, biplex general manager, Moana Surfrider, A Westin Resort & Spa and Sheraton Princess Kaiulani. “We’ve immersed our visitors in Waikiki’s storied past while partnering with Hawaii’s wahine visionaries to offer modern design.”

To mark the renovation’s completion, Sheraton Princess Kaiulani is inviting travelers to experience the property for themselves. The hotel is offering the following packages and offerings:

Be the First to Experience the New Ainahau Tower: Marriott Bonvoy members can earn 5,000 Marriott Bonvoy bonus points per stay of 3 or more nights. As part of the package, guests will receive a sustainable commemorative tote; each bag keeps 10 plastic bottles out of the landfill. Book here.

Golf Getaway Package: Book the Sheraton Princess Kaiulani golf package to receive $50 off each round when you stay 4 nights or more. Ewa Beach Golf Club, a hidden gem in West Oahu located at the base of the Waianae mountains, is just a 45-minute drive from the resort. Book here.

Room & Breakfast at Splash Bar: The Stay for Breakfast Package includes daily breakfast for two with your room. Guests can indulge on fried chicken & mochi waffles, buttermilk pancakes with ube sauce, or loco moco. Additional details can be found here.

Sheraton Princess Kaiulani provides a robust calendar of complimentary guest activities to enjoy, as part of the Sheraton “Gatherings” series.

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