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The Mai Tai Bar is a nice place to relax by the beach. It is very comfortable for a single to sit and sip. Since this was my first visit, I decided to splurge. The Royal Pineapple and Cobb salad set me $60 with tip....More
On my last night at The Royal Hawaiian Hotel, I visited Mail Tai. It was a great way to end the vacation, as I listened to traditional Hawaiian music, accompanied by a Hula dancer. The band plays almost nightly. Have a Mai Tai and relax.
The atmosphere of the outdoor bar was great! Beautiful setting, live music and hula dancing, and great service. Different variety of mai tais, and a good selection of cocktails. Overall a lovely evening on the pricier side, but definitely worth it for our last night...More
Ten people first night in Hawaii. This was a celebratory drink as my wife and I had just endured a horrible 6 hour delay on our incoming flight. In any event, as my title says, the drink was good albeit nothing to write home about....More
If you are looking for us in Waikiki you will find us every night at the Mai Tai Bar. It's been our go to spot for several years now. We sit at the bar and get fantastic service from the bartenders and meet some interesting...More
We came across this one day when out walking (we were already impressed by the Royal Palace itself which is deco fabulous) so decided to stop in for a drink. The bar itself in right on the beach, with great views out over the beach...More
adult beverages that were deemed delightful by our group. Of course the namesake Mai Tai is credited with originating here. Nice view of the Pacific Ocean, beach, etc. Walk through the hotel to see the architecture!