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Easter

Sunday, April 21

Children's Easter Activities

Available for hotel guests between 8:45 am-10 am

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Champagne Brunch Buffet

Rainbow Lanai, 9 am - 2 pm

Selection of menu items:

  • Kiawe Wood Smoked Angus Brisket
  • Omelets, Crepes and Bananas Foster Made to Order
  • Extensive Salad Bar
  • Pastries, Desserts & More

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ADULT $54.95*
CHILD (5-11) $24.95*

Adult price includes one glass of sparkling wine or mimosa.

For reservations, call (808) 952-5961
Complimentary Self-Parking Included

*Prices exclude sales tax and gratuity.

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Breakfast Buffet

Tropics Bar & Grill
6 am - 11 am

Enjoy a delightful breakfast featuring Omelets Made to Order, Pancakes, Steamed Vegetable Potstickers, Roasted Breakfast Potatoes, Breakfast Meats, Eggs, Assorted Pastries, Cereals, and more.

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ADULT $29.00*
CHILD (5-11) $15.00*

*Prices include sales tax and exclude gratuity.

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Easter Dinner Specials

Friday, April 19 - Sunday, April 21

Bali Steak & Seafood and Tropics Bar & Grill will be featuring delicious Easter Dinner Specials. 

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Mother's Day

Mother's Day

Sunday, May 12

Brunch Buffet

Rainbow Lanai, 9 am - 2 pm

Selection of menu items:

  • Kiawe Wood Smoked Angus Brisket
  • Omelets Made to Order
  • Build Your Own Poke Station
  • Extensive Salad Bar
  • Pastries, Desserts & More

View Full Menu

ADULT $54.95*
CHILD (5-11) $24.95*

Adult price includes one glass of sparkling wine or mimosa.

For reservations, call (808) 952-5961
Complimentary Self-Parking Included

*Prices exclude sales tax and gratuity.

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Breakfast Buffet

Tropics Bar & Grill
6 am - 11 am

Enjoy a delightful breakfast featuring Omelets Made to Order, Pancakes, Steamed Vegetable Potstickers, Roasted Breakfast Potatoes, Breakfast Meats, Eggs, Assorted Pastries, Cereals, and more.

View Full Menu

ADULT $29.00*
CHILD (5-11) $15.00*

*Prices include sales tax and exclude gratuity.

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Mother's Day Dinner Specials

Friday, May 10 - Sunday, May 12

Bali Steak & Seafood and Tropics Bar & Grill will be featuring delicious Mother's Day Specials. 

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Father's Day

Father's Day Dinner Specials

Friday, June 14 - Sunday, June 16

Bali Steak & Seafood and Tropics Bar & Grill will be featuring delicious Father's Day Specials. 

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Waikiki Events & Festivals (April-June)

April - June

Mele Mei

Mele Mei is an annual celebration of Hawaii's music, hula and culture. Music and hula events will be held statewide at various venues.

April 5-14

Hawaii International Film Festival

The Hawaii International Film Festival (HIFF) showcases independent feature films and is held at Regal Dole Cannery Stadium 18 Theatres. Attendees can expect the very best and latest in independent and global cinema.

April 27

Waikiki SPAM Jam

This annual event celebrates Hawai‘i’s love of SPAM and features a variety of Honolulu’s finest restaurants serving up SPAM-inspired creations. Two entertainment stages will provide non-stop entertainment ranging from hula dancers to local musicians, and merchandise vendors will sell SPAM-themed items and Hawaiian crafts. Proceeds from the event benefit the Hawaii Food Bank.

May 1

Lei Day Celebration

On May 1, a celebration that includes entertainment by the Hawaiian Steel Guitar Association, craft, lei, and food vendors, as well as a lei-making contest that feature lei makers of all ages takes place at the beautiful Queen Kapi‘olani Park and Bandstand in Waikīkī. Lei Day was created to celebrate the Hawaiian custom of making and wearing lei.

May 12

Honolulu Triathlon

Thousands of triathletes from around the world visit O‘ahu each May to compete in the Honolulu Triathlon. The Olympic distance triathlon features a 1.5K swim, 40K bike and 10K run that begins and ends at Ala Moana Beach Park.

May 27

Lantern Floating Hawaii

Every year on Memorial Day, thousands of people gather at Magic Island at Ala Moana Beach Park to honor ancestors and loved ones who have passed away. At sundown, more than 7,000 candlelit lanterns are set afloat on the ocean. The ceremony also features live entertainment by local and international musicians, as well as inspiring speeches.

June 7-9

Pan-Pacific Festival

The 40th annual Pan-Pacific Festival is a three-day international cultural celebration that features a weekend of Pacific Rim cultural performances, demonstrations, hula, food and ho‘olaule‘a (celebration). The event culminates with a colorful parade with thousands of participants in lively costumes marching down Kalākaua Avenue in Waikīkī.

June 8

Annual King Kamehameha Celebration Floral Parade

Celebrating its 103rd year, this colorful celebration honors the reign of King Kamehameha, who was responsible for uniting the Hawaiian Islands under his rule in 1810. Prior to the parade will be the Statue Lei Draping on June 7, 2019. Following the parade will be a ho‘olaule‘a (celebration).

Waikiki Events & Festivals (July-August)

July 21

49th Annual Ukulele Festival Hawaii

A free five-hour concert showcases the finest ukulele players from around the world, along with national celebrities, Hawaii’s top entertainers, and an ‘ukulele orchestra of more than 800 students. 

August 1

Rainbow Film Festival

2019 marks the 30th annual Honolulu Rainbow Film Festival, which is a celebration of passion, creativity, and diversity through film, community events and the arts. Film screenings, special events and exclusive appearances are scheduled throughout the month of August at the Honolulu Museum of Art.

August 3

Korean Festival

This popular cultural celebration highlights the unique food, dance, art and music of Korea.

August 10

Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Festival "Waikiki Style"

The Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Festival, founded in 1982, celebrates its cultural importance and perpetuates and preserves the unique acoustic guitar art form of kī hō‘alu, which means “loosen the key.”

August 17-25

Duke's OceanFest

Duke’s OceanFest, a weeklong festival, features a variety of exciting water sports competitions including longboard surfing, surf polo, swimming, standup paddling and other events that pay tribute to the local waterman.

August 31-September 1

Annual Okinawan Festival

As a family-oriented cultural festival, the Okinawan Festival showcases Hawaii’s multi-ethnic culture and invites locals and visitors alike to join in the festivities featuring food booths with Okinawan cuisine and local favorites, cultural and historical exhibits, arts and crafts, children’s games, and lots of Okinawan entertainment.

August 31

Aloha Festivals Royal Court Investiture & Opening Ceremony

Aloha Festivals is a celebration of Hawaiian culture showcasing Hawai‘i’s music, dance and history, and is intended to preserve the islands’ unique traditions. The Royal Court Investiture & Opening Ceremony begins the month long celebration featuring hula, chanting and pageantry while introducing the Royal Court.

 

Waikiki Events & Festivals (September-December)

September 2

Waikiki Roughwater Swim

The 50th annual Waikiki Roughwater Swim is where swimmers from all over the world will tackle the challenging waters off Waikīkī. This open water swim measures 2.384 miles long, beginning at Sans Souci Beach between the Natatorium and the New Otani Kaimana Beach Hotel and ending near the Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort.

September 7

Ohina Short Film Showcase

For more than 18 years, ‘Ohina has been the islands’ biggest short film festival, gathering and presenting original works by Hawai‘i’s students, amateurs and professional filmmakers to thousands of guests. Held at the Historic Hawaii Theatre.

September 21

The 67th Annual Waikiki Hoolaulea

Hawai‘i’s largest annual block party featuring local food, music and entertainment along Kalākaua Avenue.

Semptember 28

73rd Annual Aloha Festivals Floral Parade

The Annual Floral Parade hosts a colorful procession of horseback riders, performances and floats covered with fresh, vibrant flowers.

October 13

Molokai Hoe

The race starts at Hale O Lono beach on Moloka‘i and goes through the Ka‘iwi Channel, ending at Duke Kahanamoku Beach in Waikīkī. The Moloka‘i Hoe perpetuates one of Hawai‘i’s and Polynesia’s most important and historic cultural traditions, while honoring outrigger canoe paddlers around the world.

October 19

Honolulu Pride Parade and Festival

Honolulu Pride is Hawaii's largest celebration for the LGBTQ+ community. The festive parade goes down Kalakaua Ave along with a festival at the Waikiki Shell Diamond Head Greens. 

December 7

Pearl Harbor Memorial Parade

Talented performing groups join bands and floats to parade down Kalākaua Avenue in Waikīkī to honor and pay respect to the survivors of the attack on Pearl Harbor, our veterans, active duty military and their families. The parade takes place on the anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack and starts at 7 p.m. at Fort DeRussy in Waikīkī.

December 8

Honolulu Marathon

Thousands of runners from around the world travel to O‘ahu each year to participate in the Honolulu Marathon. The 26.2-mile scenic course includes spectacular views alongside world famous Waikīkī Beach and Lēʻahi (Diamond Head).