The Royal Hawaiian – Waikiki Hotels – A Luxury Collection Resort Hotel Tour

The historic Royal Hawaiian sits on Waikiki Beach on the Hawaiian island of Oahu. The Royal Hawaiian as seen from the water. The front entrance of The Royal Hawaiian. The Royal Hawaiian’s Coconut Grove, where Queen Kaahumanu’s Summer Palace once stood. Grounds of The Royal Hawaiian, known as Coconut Grove. Looking up at The Royal Hawaiian from Cococnut Grove. The front entrance of The Royal Hawaiian, circa 1927. Guests celebrate the opening of The Royal Hawaiian at the Royal Gala on Feb. 1, 1927. A bird’s-eye view of The Royal Hawaiian’s Malulani Pool and Waikiki Beach. A chaise lounge-level view of the Malulani Pool. Guests of The Royal Hawaiian participate in a sunrise ritual, part of the resort’s cultural activities. A luau is held every Monday evening at The Royal Hawaiian, complete with hula dancers. Beach boys from a bygone era at The Royal Hawaiian. The open-air Lower Lobby of The Royal Hawaiian opens up to the Pacific Ocean. This map, found in the lobby, is an original piece of art from when The Royal Hawaiian opened in 1927. The open-air main hall leading from the Pacific Ocean to The Royal Hawaiian’s lobby. The open-air main hall leading from The Royal Hawaiian’s lobby to the Pacific Ocean. Live orchids add to the decor of The Royal Hawaiian. The first Mai Tai served in Hawaii was poured by Trader Vic and served where The Royal Hawaiian’s Mai Tai Bar is found today. The Mai Tai Bar sits right on Waikiki Beach and is popular day and night. Beachside dining, day or night, at Surf Lani (breakfast and lunch) and Azure Restaurant (dinner). The Royal Hawaiian’s beachside Surf Lanai serves breakfast and lunch, and transforms into Azure Restaurant for dinner. Azure Restaurant’s indoor dining and bar, for dinner only. The Royal Hawaiian’s chefs are presenting four Epicurean Journeys throughout the year in celebration of the hotel’s 90th anniversary. The Royal Hawaiian’s Bakery opened Feb. 1, 2017, and features freshly baked goodies in the morning and afternoon. Some of the goodies found at The Royal Hawaiian’s new Bakery. Goodies from The Royal Hawaiian’s new Bakery are packaged and ready to grab and go. The fitness room at The Royal Hawaiian is small yet functional. The Pashma boutique sits just off The Royal Hawaiian’s lobby. Waikiki Beachboy, a shop at The Royal Hawaiian, offers sundries, souvenirs and even bathing suits and coverups. Hawaiian Quilt Collection is one of the shops found at The Royal Hawaiian. Pretty in pink at Accents, complementing The Royal Hawaiian’s pink facade. Accents, another shop at The Royal Hawaiian, offers beach-inspired souvenirs. Classic Hawaiian colors and decor are found throughout the guest rooms at The Royal Hawaiian. Detail of the wallpaper that decorates the guestrooms of The Royal Hawaiian – pineapples and flowers. Each of the original wooden guestroom doors in the historic building of The Royal Hawaiian is hand-carved with a unique Hawaiian scene. A bedroom in the King Kamehameha Suite. Overlooking Waikiki Beach and the Pacific Ocean from the lanai of the the Kamehameha Suite in the historic building. The spacious lanai (or patio) of the Kamehameha Suite provides spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean. The master bedroom with an adjoining sitting room in the Queen Kaahumanu Suite. Traditional Hawaiian colors and decor complement the Queen Kaahumanu Suite’s living room. The dining and living rooms in the Queen Kaahumanu Suite overlook the Pacific Ocean. Attention to detail in the Queen Kaahumanu suite bathroom. A Garden Suite in The Royal Hawaiian’s historic building is quite spacious. Tradewinds blow through the open-air hall that leads from The Royal Hawaiian’s main lobby in the historic building to the Mailani Tower. The Mailani Lounge is accessible exclusively to guests staying in the Mailani Tower. The decor of this Mailani Tower oceanfront guestroom is clean and simple, directing all eyes to the Pacific Ocean. A glimpse at a Mailani Tower Oceanfront Suite. A Mailani Tower Loft Suite bedroom. A Mailani Tower Suite includes a sitting room. Guest rooms can be reserved with one king bed or two queens. The Historic Ocean Suite at The Royal Hawaiian offers plenty of space to spread out. The master bedroom in the Alii Suite. The Royal Hawaiian Suite’s master bedroom. The dining room in the Royal Hawaiian Suite. Understated elegance in the bedroom of the Royal Hawaiian Suite. Tropical flowers add a splash of color at The Royal Hawaiian. View of Diamond Head from a balcony in the Mulwani Tower at The Royal Hawaiian.

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