Hotel & Travel
AWCI’s Industry Executives’ Conference & Committee Meetings will be held
at the Prince Waikiki, 100 Holomoana St, Honolulu. Prince Waikiki boasts
a million-dollar view of the Pacific Ocean. Its oceanfront location provides
breathtaking views from all spaces and places.
To guarantee a room reservation at the conference rate, reservations must
be made prior to August 24, or until rooms sell out. The room rate is $289
for a single or double per night, and all rooms are oceanfront.
A tax of 14.96 percent will be added to all room bills. The AWCI group rate
includes complimentary guestroom internet and complimentary
hotel fitness center access.
Reservations can be made by calling the hotel directly at (855) 622.7558, or
The hotel requires a one night prepayment by credit card when the room
reservation is made. This prepayment will be refunded in full if changes
or cancellations are made no later than seven days (one week) before arrival
and a cancellation number is obtained. The hotel will keep one night’s room
and tax if cancellations are made less than seven days prior to arrival.
The Prince Waikiki is approximately 8 miles (25 minutes) from the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport
(HNL). Average fare for taxis is $65 each way. Uber fare is between $35 and $45 each way.
Self-parking is $25 per day, and valet parking is $33 per day. Tax of 4.712 percent is charged on parking.
Registration will open from 1:30 p.m. until 3 p.m. on Tuesday, September 24, and will be located in the Pi’inaio Ballroom
Foyer on the third floor of the hotel.
Things to Do in Oahu
Sometimes called “The Gathering Place,” Oahu certainly lives up to its name. The third largest Hawaiian island is home
to the majority of Hawaii’s diverse population, a fusion of East and West cultures rooted in the values and traditions of
the native Hawaiian people. It’s this fundamental contrast between the ancient and the modern that makes discovering
Oahu—from bustling city life to laid-back surf towns—so enjoyable. You’ll find plenty of different options for exploring
Oahu’s different regions, the island’s many activities, its eclectic restaurants and accommodations.
For more information visit www.gohawaii.com.
High temperatures in Honolulu in September are typically in the high 80’s, and lows are in the 70s.
Special Dietary/Accommodations Needs
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