Nested between two hospitality landmarks: The Halekulani and The Royal Hawaiian, The 31-floor, Sheraton Waikiki has been known as the “piko” (belly button) of Waikiki ever since opening in 1971. Considering it’s dominating size with 1,636 guestrooms and 134 suites, it’s fair to say it’s an “outie.” Now with the completion of a $188 million renovation, it has become a symbol of today’s Waikiki featuring an adult only infinity pool, kid’s pool with a slide, award-winning restaurants and the largest hotel ballroom in Waikiki. To make reservations click here (to my Priceline affiliate account) or email mimi@HawaiiIslander.com