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Glass Elevators in Hawaii

Information about glass elevators in Hawaii.

Oahu Island Glass Elevators

Hawaii Prince Hotel Glass Elevator
The Hawaii Prince Hotel, located between Ala Moana and Waikiki at the Ala Wai Yacht harbor has two glass elevators, one in each of the 33 story towers.

Ilikai Hotel Glass Elevator
The Ilikai Hotel overlooking the Ala Wai Yacht Harbor on the Ala Moana end of Waikiki has a glass elevator that takes visitors 30 stories up to the up to the special occasion Sarento's "Top of the I" Italian restaurant.

Miramar at Waikiki Glass Elevator (DEMOLISHED)
This moderately priced 21-story hotel on Kuhio Avenue had a glass elevator. Formerly located at 2345 Kuhio Avenue in Honolulu. The hotel was closed on December 31, 2013, along with the Waikiki Town Center and the old International marketplace to make way for development of a new International marketplace.

Sheraton Waikiki Glass Eelvator
There is a glass elevator in the Sheraton Waikiki Hotel that takes visitors 30 stories up to the hotel's high end Hanohano Room.

Windward Mall Glass Elevator
According to a 1999 article in the Pacific Business Journal, an $11 million renovation of the Windward Mall in Kaneohe would add a multiple screen movie theater complex with 140 parking spots and a glass elevator. It was suppose to open in July of 2008.

Hawaii Island Glass Elevators

Hilton Waikoloa Village Glass Elevator
The third phase of this hotel's $61 million renovation included installing a glass elevator entrance to the Orchid Cafe. Phase 3 of the Hilton Waikoloa Village renovations was expected to be completed by the end of 2007.

Ship Glass Elevators

"Radience of the Seas" Ship Glass Elevator
Royal Caribbean's 1000 foot long, 2500 passenger "Radiance of the Seas" cruise ship has a 10 story glass elevator that faces the sea and they offer westbound Hawaii cruises that begin in Ensenada Mexico and westbound Hawaii cruises that end in Vancouver Canada.





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