June 14, 2017

Travel Diary: The Pink Hotel

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Shirt: c/o Poof Apparel | Skirt: Urban Outfitters | Sandals: J.Crew | Bag: Kate Spade | Sunglasses: Warby Parker


Since the first time I visited Waikiki I've always loved The Royal Hawaiian hotel. I mean how could you not love the pink exterior and the pink umbrellas and towels that line the beach. The Royal Hawaiian is known as the "Pink Palace of the Pacific." They are one of the hotels along the strip that has been apart of Waikiki's history since the turn of the century (this includes the Mona Surfrider -- which opened in 1901).  The Royal Hawaiian started it's rich history when they opened their doors on February 1st 1927. Since opening their doors, they've built quit the history for themselves; they were used as an R&R center for the US military during World War II, had been hit by the Great Depression, gone from different ownerships and had gone under renovation in 2008. This is a hotel that holds so much history and you can feel it when your in its presence. The husband and I have said that maybe the next time we stay in Waikiki we will stay here. I hope so.

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