The island of OAHU is know as The Gathering Place. The beautiful beaches and excitement of Waikiki have long been the reason visitors come to OAHU, but never has it been more true than the Waikiki of today. Waikiki has always been known for world class hotels, scenery, exciting nightlife, shopping and dining , but with the replinishing of sand to Waikiki Beach nearing completion, Queen Emma’s Palm Grove restored and the Waikiki Beachwalk there are more reasons than ever to spend more time on Oahu and enjoy all that Waikiki has to offer. For those that love the Waikiki of yesteryear ,have no fear the iconic images of Diamond Head , Top of Waikiki and the famous Waikiki Beach Skyline are still here as well.
Queen Emma’s Palm Grove beckons you to gather with live Hawaiian Music Concerts : Once the home of Royalty, as history is told a favorite spot of Queen Emma Kaleleonalani ,wife of King Kamehameha IV , you can feel the spirit of aloha here for sure, be sure and check out the beautiful bronze statue of Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop, the great grand-daughter of King Kamehameha ,whose legacy is the education of children of Hawaiian decent through the Kamehameha Schools which benefit from the profits of the Royal Hawaiian Center.
The Royal Palm Grove is located between The Royal Hawaiian Hotel and Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center on Kalakaua Ave. For more information on the Royal Hawaiian Center http://www.royalhawaiiancenter.com.
New additions to the Waikiki Dining and Nightlife Scene :
Waikiki Beachwalk :
Outdoor entertainment plaza,Shop for Hawaiian apparel and more than a dozen restaurants .
For more info www.waikikibeachwalk.com
Eight acres of shopping,dining and entertainment
Iconic Images can still be found as well:
So if you are ready to catch the new Vibe in Waikiki or just to get familiar with some of the Iconic images of yesteryear, contact me so we can get busy and plan your trip to OAHU – Give me a call Toll Free 1-888-811-1888 ext 331 , Direct Line 828-256-1520 or email me firstname.lastname@example.org
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