Royal Hawaiian Center open on Christmas & New Year’s holidays

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_F2A7989-EditEnjoy the ease and convenience of shopping and dining at Royal Hawaiian Center 365 days a year, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., including Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.

Whether you’re hunting for the perfect last-minute gift or indulging in some retail therapy, Royal Hawaiian Center has you covered with the largest concentration of luxury flagship stores in Hawaii, including Cartier, Fendi, Harry Winston, Hermes, Loro Piana, kate spade new york, Omega Boutique, Rolex Boutique, Tourneau and Valentino, in addition to Forever 21 and the Apple Store.

Royal Hawaiian Center is also the home to more than 60 locally owned and operated stores many of which sell Hawaii designed and made products such as Aloha Aina Boutique, Crazy Shirts, Fighting Eel, Honolulu Cookie Company, Island Slipper, Island Soap & Candle Works, Letarte Swimwear, Malie Kai Chocolates, Pink Sand and Simply Wood Studios.

The holidays don’t have to be frantic – just leave the cooking to us. The Royal Hawaiian Center is home to an array of restaurants that will please even the most discriminating palates, with notable dining options that include Beijing Chinese Seafood Restaurant, The Cheesecake Factory, Doraku Sushi, Il Lupino Tratorria & Wine Bar, Okonomiyaki Chibo, P.F. Chang’s Waikiki, Restaurant Suntory, Wolfgang’s Steakhouse and the newly opened Thai fine dining restaurant Noi Thai Cuisine.

Fukubukuro: The shops and restaurants of Royal Hawaiian Center are kicking off the New Year with a Fukubukuro promotion on Jan. 1, 2016. The annual Japanese retail tradition offers shoppers the opportunity to receive massive discounts on “lucky bags” sold for half of their retail value. This year, 32 Royal Hawaiian Center stores and restaurants are participating, including Fighting Eel, Forever 21, Jimmy Choo, kate spade new york, LeSportsac, Salvatore Ferragamo, P.F. Chang’s and Wolfgang’s Steakhouse.

Parking: Free validated parking for the first hour with a minimum $10 purchase and $2 each hour for the next two hours then standard rates apply at $6 an hour or $2 for every 20 minutes.

With 610 parking stalls, driving into Waikiki and shopping at Royal Hawaiian Center can be a lot less hectic than fighting the crowds at other centers.