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Prince Waikiki

100 Sails Restaurant & Bar is just one of the revamped dining offerings at the reinvented Prince Waikiki.

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New Attitude

By Meghan Thibault

Photo courtesy of the Prince Waikiki

10.02.17

Overlooking the Ala Wai Harbor, the Prince Waikiki has been enjoying a renaissance since April, when its $55.4 million renovation reached completion.

Overlooking the Ala Wai Harbor, the Prince Waikiki has been enjoying a renaissance since April, when its $55.4 million renovation reached completion. Formerly known as the Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki, the rebranded property is poised to take advantage of its position at the edge of Waikīkī, close to Ala Moana, Kaka‘ako and the Hawai‘i Convention Center. The property’s dining options have been redefined to keep pace with its upscale floor-to-ceiling oceanfront view rooms. As the sailboats bob below, lounge at the chic poolside Hinana Bar while noshing on thin-crust pizza or a wagyu beef burger with Brie and caramelized onions. With a list of refreshing cocktails, the bar boasts an infinity pool and sapphire ocean views and features live music on the last Friday of each month. On the lobby level, Katsumidori Sushi Tokyo’s latest outpost is open for lunch and dinner, crafting a simple menu of fresh sushi rolls and nigiri, perfect for a light bite. Before the sun goes down, grab a front-row seat on the third floor at 100 Sails Restaurant & Bar, serving up the likes of tempura-battered poke and grilled octopus tacos. Craft cocktails equally tempt. (Try the sublime Sail Away margarita with elderflower liqueur, muddled cucumber and fresh basil.) Live music on weekends makes this an ideal spot for sailing regatta viewing. 100 Holomoana St., Waikiki, O‘ahu, 944.4494