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14th floor. Beautiful views. If I hadn't had 3 dogs and 3 homes , I would have bought and moved in as a permanent residence rather than having to return to the Poconos. Permanent residence is listed as 58% and it is easy to see...More
We spent a wonderful week in Condor #805 in April. Awesome ocean and beautiful beach right in front of you! Spotted turtles from the balcony almost daily and really enjoyed snorkeling. We love the Leeward Coast and the Hawaiian Princess is a perfect location -...More
Here in Hawaii in a business trip and my wife calls me to check out the Hawaiian Princess Resort. So on an off day I drive over to that side of the island. I was warned by my customers to stay away for that side...More
Had an amazing time being away from crowds as Waikiki was crazy! Having our own gated security and parking area was perfect especially since parking is so crazy on the island. Walmart and Costco are close by as well as other places. We had a...More
We stayed at the Hawaiian Princess Resort for a week. It is located directly on the beach and it is almost as if you have a private beach. It is about 30 miles from Oahu so it is quiet and less populated. It is a...More
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.