The Royal Hawaiian, a Luxury Collection Resort Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The "Pink Palace of the Pacific" was built in 1927, making it the second-oldest hotel in Waikiki. Its signature pink stucco exterior makes it the most conspicuous building in town.

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 The "Pink Palace of the Pacific" was built in 1927, making it the second-oldest hotel in Waikiki. Its signature pink stucco exterior makes it the most conspicuous building in town.
The "Pink Palace of the Pacific" was built in 1927, making it the second-oldest hotel in Waikiki. Its signature pink stucco exterior makes it the most conspicuous building in town. The lobby of this historic hotel, where famous guests have included Shirley Temple and Franklin Roosevelt. With pink touches everywhere, from the walls to the carpets to the bellmen's jackets, the white flowers and columns provide an elegant contrast. After a massive renovation, the Royal Hawaiian reopened in 2009 as one of Waikiki's most luxurious hotels. When the Moana Surfrider opened 1901, it was Waikiki's first large hotel. From its original 75 rooms, it has since expanded many times over. The wooden rocking chairs on the whitewashed front porch contribute to the hotel's relaxed, unassuming charm. With large columns and flickering chandeliers, the 1901 hotel's stately lobby sets the elegant mood. The Veranda restaurant serves breakfast and afternoon tea. At dinner the room becomes the Beachhouse at the Moana. With high ceilings and open-air space, the reception area is an elegant version of the classic Hawaiian hotel lobby. White is everywhere at the Halekulani, including in the serene flower-covered walkways. A refined sense of style has helped this 1964 hotel make a name for itself. The Kahala has played host to many distinguished guests. Elizabeth Taylor, Snoop Doggy Dogg, and Bill Clinton are among the most recognizable names on the hotel's Hall of Fame. As guests can see from this photo of the late King of Pop on the hotel's Hall of Fame, Michael Jackson visited in December 1987. The chance to swim with dolphins sets the Kahala apart from other Hawaii luxury resorts.
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