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Westin Princeville - Unit recommendation for 80 years young parents

yumdrey

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I am going to Westin Princeville with 80 years old in-laws.
They have arthritis and cannot climb stairs well. Long walk is not good either.
They also love to see beautiful views, ocean view, lush green view... but not parking lot view.
Which building would be good for them?
If there are elevators in each building, higher floor would be ok.
Thanks for any recommendation!
 

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I am going to Westin Princeville with 80 years old in-laws.
They have arthritis and cannot climb stairs well. Long walk is not good either.
They also love to see beautiful views, ocean view, lush green view... but not parking lot view.
Which building would be good for them?
If there are elevators in each building, higher floor would be ok.
Thanks for any recommendation!
The Westin Princeville does, indeed, have elevators. Most of the resort is easily accessible, with ramps and gradual slopes on the sidewalks. There are a few spots with stairs that you might have to walk around but I can't remember where they are. My favorite building is #3 because it is close to the pool and not too far from a parking lot. I would definitely avoid building #4 because it is the farthest from everything.

You might mention in your reservation request what you have just said above and then ask the desk clerks when you check in. They won't tell you which building you will be in until you check in, but they might work extra hard to find a good spot for your group, considering the circumstances.
 
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