Resort charge

Resort charge visitors with

Starwood Hotels & Resorts in Waikiki now charges a regular Resort Charge published to every guestroom to provide our visitors a range of generous amenities and services for any nominal all-inclusive fee.

The Sheraton Waikiki includes the next benefits and amenities to visitors with this charge:

Daily Resort Charge is going to be billed straight to all visitors in a daily rate $34.55, tax inclusive, per room each day. The next amenities are incorporated:

  • Two 500 mL bottles water replenished daily
  • Adult pool floats
  • Resort charge RESORT CHARGE RATE

  • Cultural and Fitness classes
  • Buy-one-get-one-free admission at Ocean Existence Park**
  • Discounts at various hotel stores
  • Children 5 and under eat free at Kai Market’s breakfast and dinner buffets, and from RumFire’s children’s lunch menu with 1 having to pay adult.
    Children 6-12 eat free at Kai Market’s breakfast and dinner buffets, and from RumFire’s children’s lunch menu. One child eats free with every having to pay adult.
  • One photo session and something 4” x 6” photo keepsake per room per stay through SharpShooter Imaging**
  • Collections of Waikiki savings guide
  • Wireless High-speed Internet Access (guestrooms and public areas)
  • Wireless High-speed Internet Access on Oahu with portable MiFi
  • Limitless local, lengthy distance and worldwide phone calls
  • one day Rental of GoPro Camera
  • RFID Wrist Band Room Key
  • Use of RumFire Club nights
  • Use of phone charging locker at poolside
  • Press Readers Access – Use of over 5,000 magazines and newspapers online

This charge is going to be billed straight to all visitors in a Daily Rate of $34.55 tax inclusive, per room each day.

Parking is going to be yet another control of:

  • Self-parking: $35 each day
  • Valet: $45 each day


Resort charge having to pay

Las Vegas Resort Fees Explained | Hotel Fees in Las Vegas


JMS Models: Me and and a friend stayed at the Monte Carlo we did not use anything the resort fee covered yet still paid for it

banhmiso1: I stayed at the Flamingo last month for 5 days and was not able to connect to their WiFi. I had to go to a nearby Starbucks to connect. When I brought this up to the front desk upon checking out, they said "It's one of those things, sometime it's good and sometime it's bad." WTF?? then give me back to resort fee you fucking crooks. The hotels will nickel and dime you to death and you get nothing in return

commentor12: But don't need to explain what is a resort fee, it's exactly what it looks like: a 20$ scam price raise out of nowhere with a bogus name excuse. \nThey don't see me anymore and a lot of people either for this. \ni just can't book a hotel for 50$ when i know it is a 30$ hotel, i don't like to be ripped of. That simple.

Marty Keen: i think that wireless internet is an extra fee above hardwire wireless fees

Terry Chan: I use to visit Vegas 3-4 times a year, when resort fee was about 10 bucks I didn't mine now it creep to near 40 a night. There no end in sight untill consumer's refuse to patronize.

fchavez79: it sucks having to pay for resort fees but then they still tax the resort fee apart from the regular tax on your room rate !!