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We visited the Hawaiian Princess for a week in mid April and we where so happy with our choice. We had also considered Waikiki while we were planning the trip but we found most places more expensive with high cancellation fees. Not to mention Waikiki...More
We have stayed at this resort twice and would not hesitate to return. We have stayed in both 1 and 2 bedrooms apartments. The 1 bedroom was much nicer. I believe the two bedroom we stayed out was rented out by an owner and it...More
My mother, my brother and I all have timeshares at this resort. We bought them after spending just one week here on vacation. It is a wonderful place, off the beaten path and not your typical Hawaiian vacation. It is located on the "west" side...More
What a wonderful stay!! I wish I was there right now. We were on the 14th floor. 1 bedroom. We booked through our timeshare, Trading Places. I love the lanyard and key fobs they give you to get in and out of gates and the...More
Excellent service clean and fully self contained. Beach is spectacular. Very private! Recommend Time Share. Go every year. Love it. ........ fantastic vacation great weather. Golf, beach, pool, what more do you want?
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Refrigerator in room
Things to do
US$275 - US$300 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from fizzy1991 | Reviewed this property |
NO fine dining. This is a area that is more "local" than tourist. Just going to the grocery store people will stare because you are "not from there". Some visitor's are a little afraid of the area but if you are used to... More
NO fine dining. This is a area that is more "local" than tourist. Just going to the grocery store people will stare because you are "not from there". Some visitor's are a little afraid of the area but if you are used to living with locals than it's ok but some people do have issues with the homeless. The resort itself is gated.
Response from Dodgerblu6 | Reviewed this property |
Yes you can. There is a Security Person available on-site, to let you in the security gate, and to give you keys to your suite. You can complete Check-In in the Office in the morning. The staff is the greatest.