Royal Hawaiian Hotel Oahu package
This historic hotel was the first property constructed on the world-famous Waikiki Beach. Often referred to as the "First Lady of Waikiki," this upscale island getaway offers "Stay At One, Dine At All" dining privileges at all of the Starwood sister properties in Waikiki, a pampering oceanfront spa, romantic wedding services, remarkable restaurants and lovely guestrooms that feature 24-hour room service, Westin’s signature Heavenly Bed® and modern flat-screen televisions. Appealing to honeymooners and couples in love, this resort is a charming oasis of romantic sunsets, personalized services and breathtaking views.
- Air Conditioning
- Span fitness
- Room Service
- Kids Program
All Taxes included in rates.
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"Pink Palace of the Pacific," built in 1927, is the landmark hotel on Waikiki Beach. The luxury of choice awaits you -- in the elegant accommodations of the Historic Building or the modern guest rooms of the Tower Wing. The Royal Hawaiian features 526 beautifully appointed rooms and a unique style enhanced by the services of a dedicated staff. Take a dip in the freshwater pool or try the superb beach which is perfect for lively water sports or luxurious basking. Later, enjoy the luaus and celebrated dinner show which the hotel is famous for.
The hotel’s roped-off private beach provides boating, surfing, and an oceanfront luau; legend has it that the beachfront Mai Tai Bar invented its namesake drink. Fulfilling the vision of a tropical hideaway, our 527 rooms and suites wed modern comfort and old world charm. In the Historic Building, plush carpets of magenta and sea foam accent custom furniture, from canopied and four-poster beds to Queen Anne-style writing desks and dressers. In the Royal Tower, each room comes with an intimate lanai for a private vantage point on the ocean. But the highest level of sophistication belongs to our Prestige Suites, whose brilliant details reflect our history as the Pink Palace of the Pacific