Don’t Miss the Luau at the Royal Hawaiian

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Aha’aina – is a Royal Celebration. We were anxious to experience this renowned oceanfront luau on Waikiki Beach with its spectacular views, excellent food, and top-notch entertainment. We were not disappointed.

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During our luau celebration at the famous “Pink Palace,” we were treated to a few minutes of Hawaii’s famous liquid-sunshine. It did not dampen the spirits of guests, servers, or entertainers. The show must go on and it did.

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Hawaiian liquid sunshine at the luau

A great time was had by all the temporarily napkin-headed guests. The fire dancer had just concluded, and he was not in the least bit hampered by the passing shower.

After the Aha’aina we walked along the sand. The after shower rainbow showcased Diamond Head and was truly breathtaking.

If you go

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The Royal Hawaiian is located just off fashionable Kalakaua Avenue on Waikiki Beach and nine miles from Honolulu International Airport.

This is Hawaii as it should be. We recommend the luau, guestrooms, and all the amenities of this iconic luxury hotel. For more information, check out their website at www.royal-hawaiian.com .

A note for event planners

Walking around the premises, we were surprised to learn that the Royal had 11,800 square feet of inside meeting space, and 15,500 feet of available outside event space. It is capable of accommodating a large company meeting or convention in an elegant Hawaiian style. If you are in charge of planning events for your organization, this venue can’t lose.

Happy travels!

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We flew to Hawaii on Hawaiian Airlines.

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Copyright © Wayne and Judy Bayliff

Photos Copyright © Judy Bayliff

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