Mailani Tower at The Royal Hawaiian Hotel

Set in a pink, The Royal Hawaiian Hotel is well-known as one of the most luxurious, famous and the first hotels in Waikiki. This old-charm beachfront hotel has attracted many celebrities and visitors since 1927. However higher class and luxury hotels have sprung up and wealthy travelers’ expectation became much higher than before. To meet the needs of those travelers, the hotel planned to re-branding its Royal Beach Tower. After a renovation,The tower built in 1968 on the Diamond Head side of the hotel will have a new name: the Mailani Tower. Like its meaning ‘to pamper, indulge or treat like royalty’, it will provide not only upscale service but a relaxing and elegant experience. Mailani guest can take advantage of the hotel offerings, but only Mailani guest will be able to use amenities in the tower. They will have own check-in, concierge service and the lounge on the first floor. This lounge offer a pool, breakfast, dinner and drinking.

Mailani Tower at The Royal Hawaiian Hotel has 179 rooms and 9 suites. The price starts at $585 because of better views and exclusive service. On the other hand, Royal Hawaiian Hotel’s rate starts at $325.


About the Author

Brandon Lau grew up in Kailua and currently resides in Honolulu with his wife Andee and children Caylah, Elijah, and David. His eighteen years in real estate led him to become a Partner at ChaneyBrooks Choice Advisors. Over the past 10 years he has developed the team and systems that has created a high level of service and value for his clients.

What differentiates Brandon and his team is his consultative approach to real estate. He advises clients with relevant data and expert insight to help them make the best choices in real estate. Good choices in planning for long term dispositions, negotiating for the best price or knowing when not to pursue an investment are ways his consultative services will give you an advantage in the marketplace. His bottom line is providing service with the utmost integrity and expertise.