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A charming symbol of grandeur for over sixty years, the legendary "Pink Palace of the Pacific," built in 1927, is the landmark hotel on Waikiki Beach. With its coral colored façade and serene gardens, the special ambiance of old Hawaii and gracious island hospitality can still be found here. Opening right onto the sands of Waikiki Beach, paradise has been perfected at The Royal Hawaiian, with its unforgettable view of Diamond Head from its coveted position on the world's most famous beach. Located 20 minutes from Honolulu International Airport.

 

Affectionately known as the Pink Palace of the Pacific,. the Royal Hawaiian is one of Oahu's most treasured landmarks. Ever since it opened in 1927, the glamorous six-story, 528-room structure and its surrounding 10 acres of prime Waikiki beachfront property have been a playground for such notables as President Franklin Roosevelt and the Rockefellers. Nonetheless, each and every hotel guest receives the royal treatment thanks to first-class amenities, supreme service and the range of activities available, including luxurious treatments at Abhasa Waikiki Spa.

 

Weddings at this historic retreat are hosted in the spirit of romance and aloha. In addition to Royal and Deluxe nuptial packages, which incorporate the essentials for a destination event, a team of coordinators tailor the arrangements to meet any budget or individual preferences. Couples may choose to tie the knot on the Ocean Lawn, just steps from Waikiki Beach, or in the serene Coconut Grove. Inside, the elegant Regency Ballroom hosts between 50 to 220 guests, while the Lurline Room's private terrace sets the stage for an intimate reception. As a bonus, Live Internet Weddings allows couples to invite the world to their ceremony.

 

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