Sheraton Waikiki Hotel
About Sheraton Waikiki Hotel
The Sheraton Waikiki Hotel is one of the largest hotels found in Waikiki Beach. With over 20 stories and 1,600 rooms, there is never a shortage of positive energy from the hustle and bustle of vacationers as you make your way through the beautiful and open lobby.
Located just off Kalakaua Avenue between the Halekulani Hotel and the Royal Hawaiian Hotel, the Sheraton Waikiki Hotel towers above the heart of Waikiki shopping and dining.
The Hanohano Room of the hotel’s 13th floor is one of the premier venues for evening entertainment in all of Waikiki, and was even home to Hawaii auditions of American Idol!
Tour Pick-Up Location:Taking a tour? If you’re staying at the Sheraton Waikiki, we’ll pick you up at the Sheraton Waikiki’s Aloha Landing bus loading area.
Built in 1971 the Sheraton Waikiki Hotel has been a towering figure of the Waikiki Beach skyline for over 40 years. With a recent renovation to rooms, pool areas, and lobby, the hotel has been able to successfully blend charming Hawaiian hospitality and the glitz of Las Vegas.
Today the Sheraton Waikiki Hotel is home to the corporate offices of the Kyo-Ya Company which owns many hotels in Waikiki.
Facts & Trivia
- Island: Oahu
- Amenities: 2 incredible pools, beach front access, fabulous shopping, fine and casual dining, live entertainment, workout gym, day spa, a children's activity program, and of course, charming Hawaiian hospitality.
- Insider Tip: Make sure to check out both hotel pools. One is an eternity pool featuring the Edge Bar where you can grab a poolside cocktail, and the other has a waterfall and waterslide and is great for the kids!
- Fun Fact: Photos of the most popular "view of Waikiki Beach" are taken from the Sheraton Waikiki Hotel tower.
- What to Expect: Charming Hawaiian hospitality, magnificent grounds, excellent shopping, and easy access to Waikiki's most popular attractions!
- Pop Culture: Auditions during season three of American Idol were filmed at the Sheraton Waikiki Hotel, and was where American Idol winner Jasmine Trias was discovered.