Princess Kaiulani Hotel Activities


Discover the meaning of Aloha and step back in time with our hotel guest and cultural activities. Whether it’s learning a new art, connecting with the rich heritage of the Hawaii, or meeting new friends in the lobby game spaces, there is something for everyone—adult or keiki—to enjoy.

Storytelling With Tutu

Discover Hawaiian culture, ocean insights, native preservation, and Princess Kaiulani's history through engaging storytelling with our local Tutu (grandmother). Join us for captivating tales and firsthand experiences every Monday and Thursday.

Storytime with Tutu

Historic Tour

Princess Ka'iulani was the only child of Princess Miriam Likelike, and the last heir apparent to the throne of the Hawaiian Kingdom. The Sheraton Princess Kaiulani hotel was built on her the Royal Estate, known as Ainahau, recognized to have once entertained Hawaii's most prestigious social circles. Learn more about our beloved Princess and her connection to this land on this guided tour.

Historic tour couple

Ukulele Lesson

Fun to play and easy to learn this uniquely Hawaiian instrument has come a long way since made popular by Hawaiian royalty. In fact, King David Kalakauna, loved the ukulele so much he incorporated it into traditional Hawaiian dances and music. Learn the ukulele with our friendly staff, available four days a week.

Learn to play ukulele in the Library
Kaiulani Koi Pond
Kaiulani Koi Pond
Cultural Activities
Yoga Pose

Daily Yoga

Find balance and strengthen your body and mind with our relaxing meditation and yoga sessions. Available daily on the Diamond Lawn at our sister hotel Moana Surfrider.

Hiuwai Ho'ala Morning Ritual, beachfront

Hiuwai Sunrise Ceremony

With a traditional Hawaiian blessing and chant led by our cultural guide, this special ceremony allows you to take a moment to reflect and embark on the day cleansed of your worries and to start anew.

Lei Making

Lei Making

Learn the hostory and craft behind lei-making, available five days a week.

Learn to Dance Hula

The art of the hula is meant to bring people together to create a sense of community and family for those participating. Learn traditional hula techniques in this introductory class.

Learn to dance hula at Sheraton Princess Kaiulani

Koi Fish Feeding

Koi fish have long held a special place in Japanese culture, where they are seen as a symbol of luck, prosperity, and perseverance. In Japanese folklore, it is said that koi fish are able to swim upstream against strong currents and even waterfalls, representing the idea of perseverance in the face of adversity. Learn more fun facts and help feed our Koi and other fish in the Sheraton Princess Kaiulani fishpond.

On-Site Outlets
Fitness Center

Olakino Fitness Center

Stay fit on the road by using our Waikiki hotel fitness center.

Outdoor Pool


Outdoor Swimming Pool

Mon-Sun: 8:00 AM-7:00 PM


Towels provided

Lifeguard on Duty

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