Royal Hawaiian Center
Shop to your heart’s content at the Royal Hawaiian Center, one of the largest shopping centers in Hawaii. Located in the heart of Waikiki, the Royal Hawaiian Center features over 100 shops and restaurants spanning three blocks. Cultural entertainment is also a top offering at the Royal Hawaiian Center, including live music, dance and arts and crafts. The Royal Hawaiian Center, which is owned by Kamehameha Schools, supports the education of Hawaiian children through its profits.
Hotels near Royal Hawaiian Center.
Whether you want to spend the day on a shopping extravaganza or pop in for a quick purchase, the Royal Hawaiian Center is easily accessible from Aqua Aloha Surf Waikiki hotel. In addition to a fantastic walking distance location to the Royal Hawaiian Center, Aqua Aloha Surf Waikiki hotel offers newly updated accommodations, an outdoor swimming pool, great rates on Hawaii vacation packages, and complimentary high-speed Internet access. Make Aqua Aloha Surf Waikiki hotel reservations online for the best Internet rates.
Royal Hawaiian Center Shopping
Find premier, international brands and local sensations at the Royal Hawaiian Center. The four-level shopping center is home to such stores as Cartier, 7 for all Mankind, Hermes, White House|Black Market, and bebe. Local stores include Bob’s Ukulele, Aunty Bella’s Lei Stand, Little Hawaiian Craft Shop, and Honolua Surf Co.
Royal Hawaiian Center Restaurants.
Feast on a variety of dining options at the Royal Hawaiian Center. From a quick cup of coffee to fine dining, Royal Hawaiian Center restaurants offer something for every budget and occasion. Among the restaurants at the Royal Hawaiian Center, visitors will find such choices as: The Cheesecake Factory, Wolfgang’s Steakhouse by Wolfgang Zwiener, Senor Frog’s Restaurant & Bar Honolulu, Maui Tacos, Honolulu Cookie Company, and Doraku Sushi.
Royal Hawaiian Center Entertainment.
Enjoy beautiful Hawaiian music, traditional dancing, and other cultural entertainment and festivals at The Royal Grove venue at the Royal Hawaiian Center. The Center features a regular schedule of live entertainment Monday – Saturday performed by local musicians, dancers, and story tellers. The Royal Hawaiian Band performs monthly on the first Wednesday of each month. The 40-member band was established by King Kamehameha III in the mid-19th century.