From exciting aquatic adventures to amazing cultural attractions, the 12 Starwood Hotels & Resorts in Hawaii provide worldly travellers with access to extraordinary experiences that forge a lifelong connection with the Hawaiian Islands.
Among the first hotels to be located here, this remarkable collection brings an especially strong sense of place, honoring the diversity of Hawaii’s history, heritage and culture.
Waikiki provides an exciting locale to luxuriate. Guests of the Royal Hawaiian, A Luxury Collection Resort and the Sheraton Waikiki, can spend the day at a private oceanfront oasis with two freshwater swimming pools, a water slide, fountain area and whirlpools, all with sweeping views of Waikiki Beach. Just down the beach, steeped in history, The Moana Surfrider, A Westin Resort & Spa has welcomed discerning travelers since 1901. A second-floor museum highlights its history and the notables who have taken respite under the giant banyan tree, still standing today.
Across the street is the Sheraton Princess Kaiulani, which graces the former estate of Hawaii’s last princess. Together these properties combine convenience and excitement with a rich cultural heritage and are adjacent to Waikiki’s world-class shopping district that boasts an eclectic mix of luxury goods, exotic gifts and bargains galore.
The island of Maui offers amazing culture, glorious beaches and abundant outdoor activity. Starwood’s beachfront resorts are ideally situated to watch nature’s majestic giants, the humpback whales. At The Westin Maui Resort & Spa and Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa, guests also enjoy hula lessons, lei-making, kayak and snorkel tours, luaus and lush lagoon-style swimming pools in addition to diverse shopping, dining and nightlife.
Hawaii and Kauai
On Hawaii Island, Sheraton Kona Resort & Spa at Keauhou Bay is a hot spot for manta ray viewing. Experience history and culture on the resort grounds, once home to an ancient Hawaiian village.
The Garden Island of Kauai is known for its lush landscapes and serene lifestyle. Many Hollywood movies were filmed on location not far from the Sheraton Kauai Resort and The St. Regis Princeville Resort. The island’s plantation history comes alive in the small towns surrounding the resorts and they are ideal starting points for a day of exploration.