Royal Hawaiian Center logoWaikiki – Contemporary Hats is now open in the Royal Hawaiian Center, offering hats, bags and accessories for every style and budget.  Contemporary Hats currently carries an extensive collection of headwear for men and women.  Owner Joe Jeong said, “Plans are also in the works to roll out a selection of children’s hats and a line of Hawaiian-inspired hats.”

Contemporary Hats is a welcome addition to the lineup of merchants at Royal Hawaiian Center, according to Center General Manager Marleen ‘Ākau who said, “With such a wide selection of hats and accessories, Contemporary Hats has something to offer our global array of visitors, as well as our local residents.”

Contemporary Hats is located in Building A, Level 2 of Royal Hawaiian Center.

For information on Royal Hawaiian Center, visit our website at www.RoyalHawaiianCenter.com or call Guest Services at (808) 922-2299. Follow Royal Hawaiian Center on Instagram @RoyalHwnCtr, Twitter @RoyalHwnCtr, or “Like” us on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/RoyalHawaiianCenter.

Royal Hawaiian Center, the premier shopping, dining and entertainment destination in Waikīkī, comprises more than 310,000 square feet along a three-block stretch of Waikīkī’s famed Kalākaua Avenue. The Center has more than 110 shops and restaurants to excite every taste, and offers complimentary music, hula and cultural classes. At the heart of the complex, Royal Hawaiian Center has a 30,000-square-foot landscaped garden called The Royal Grove, a feature inspired by Waikiki’s historical Helumoa coconut grove, which once had more than 10,000 coconut trees. Royal Hawaiian Center regularly hosts performances of Hawaiian story-telling, dance and music in The Royal Grove.

Royal Hawaiian Center houses the largest concentration of flagship stores in Hawaii including Apple Store, Cartier, Hermes, Loro Piana, Salvatore Ferragamo, The Ferrari Store, LeSportsac, Rolex Boutique, kate spade new york, Harry Winston, Tourneau, Omega, Tory Burch and Fendi. Dining options include notable Japanese, American steak and Italian restaurants with trendy, upscale ambiance.

The Center is open daily from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. and beyond with late night rendezvous hot spots. The Center is owned by Kamehameha Schools; and the revenue generated benefits the Kamehameha Schools Trust that benefits the educational needs of Native Hawaiian children.

Parking: Royal Hawaiian Center has the largest parking garage in the heart of Waikīkī with 10 levels of parking and more than 600 stalls. The entrance is marked with the Royal Hawaiian Center logo and is the first right turn off Royal Hawaiian Avenue, proceeding up the ramp.  The Center offers 1 hour free parking with validation of a $10 minimum purchase and $1 per hour for the next 3 hours for a maximum of 4 hours. After 4 hours, standard parking rates apply of $6 per hour.

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