While staying at the Royal Hawaiian, a Luxury Collection Resort, you are centrally located to all activities and events held in the heart of Waikiki. In this section, you will find details on events and activities available on property and throughout the island of Oahu. Discover the island's legendary banana-coconut-pineapple shave ice at Hale'iwa Town, visit the USS Arizona Memorial and Battleship Missouri at Pearl Harbor or experience the stunning beaches on the North Shore for a memorable getaway.
For more information on events and activities, please contact Concierge via e-mail or via phone between the hours of 7:30am and 9:00pm Hawaii time at 808.923.7311. Present time in Hawaii is noted on the top left of the navigation bar above.
Enjoy a special pumpkin carving demonstration at our Sunday Brunch at the Surf Lanai on October 27, 2014. Two-time champion of the Food Network’s Challenge Show, Outrageous Pumpkins, Ray Villafane, will be demonstrating his pumpkin sculpting artistry at the Surf Lanai Brunch especially for our guests.
For reservations, please contact the Starwood Dining Desk at 808.921.4600 or reserve online.
Azure Restaurant presents, "The Rolling Hills of Santa Maria," a tribute to the exquisite wines of Central Coast California. The extraordinary wine dinner will feature a selection of fine wines from the region, paired with a five-course dinner prepared by Azure Restaurant's Chef de Cuisine Shaymus Alwin.
We will welcome special guest Nicholas Miller, head of the world-class Bien Nacido and Solomon Hills Vineyard.
Seating is limited and reservations are required.
Price: $135.00 per person (excluding tax and gratuity)
Reservations: Please contact our Azure Manager Michael Swerdloff directly to reserve your exclusive dining experience.
Michael Swerdloff - 808.341.5709 | email
Location: Coronet Lounge, lower lobby
The Royal Hawaiian, a Luxury Collection Resort has once again partnered with Matson Navigation Company to present a collection of over 30 canvas prints of menus, artwork and photography from 1927 to the early 60's.
Open to the public. No admission fee.