Sheraton Princess Kaiulani on Oahu Adds 76 Rooms to Inventory

One of Sheraton Princess Kaiulani's 76 new rooms.

The Sheraton Princess Kaiulani on Oahu has announced that newly renovated rooms in the Kaiulani category have been added to hotel’s inventory for a total of 1,140 rooms.

The rooms have a limited view and a private balcony, offering Sheraton’s Signature Sleep Experience beds and modern conveniences such as flatscreen TV with cable channels, a mini refrigerator, convenient charging stations with upgraded bathrooms. There are 60 double/doubles and 16 rooms feature king beds.

Rooms have 230 square feet of space and come with 69 square-foot balconies. Clients should note that no rollaway beds are allowed, and all rooms are non-smoking. 

Also, Splash Bar, located in the heart of the Sheraton Princess Kaiulani, has unveiled its new, retro look with a new menu. It’s a walk down memory lane with tiki statues from Kon Tiki, the tiki bar at the Sheraton Waikiki from the late 1960's and 1970's.

Its daily "happy hour" runs from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and features a different tropical cocktail each day for just $8. Also during happy hour, domestic drafts start at $4, imported and craft drafts start at $5, and there is $2 off all wines by the glass. The menu also features small plates that can be paired with your favorite beverage at Splash Bar.

Also, foodies heading to this hotel won’t want to miss chef Aaron’s PK Pupu Platter, featuring a sampling of some of the best items such as Korean chicken wings, Kalua pork quesadillas, steamed edamame and ahi poke. And be sure to end your Splash Bar visit with chef Cyrus’ homemade desserts, including the Princess Kaiulani’s signature “Tropical Napoleon.”


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