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The Ala Wai Golf Course is on the other side of that canal of the
same name ... a ~$11 taxi ride. A two story building called The
Pavilion houses the Golf Course, et al. is First Floor, Second Floor
has the Ballroom Calendar posted on the glass of the Ballroom. When
we were there, Free Ballroom Dances were NOON-2PM M&W, NOON-4PM
T&Th. The $3 Ilima Dance Club Parties were Fridays AUG 31 & SEP 28
(end of the month typically?). Other weekend nights contained:
Square Wheelers, Aloha Line Dancers, Swing Dance, although it was
reported that all weekend nights had $3 dances. No shorts - check dress codes.
2. Hanohano Room
The Sheraton Waikiki's 30th floor Hano Hano Room (reservations a
good idea) has fantastic live music every night, views, bar, dining,
service. Some nights you might have to tip in order to get some
ballroom dances played - be fast about it, most nights the player
turns into a pumpkin @ 9pm. Fridays added a late night of Salsa
9:30/10:30pm - 1am. Saturdays late nights alternated between Jazz
or Night Club. Sundays were Contemporary dance & ballroom from
7:30-10:30pm. Get their calendar from them your concierge to be
sure. Expensive, but the best.
OK, this might be a stretch BUT is there nothing more romantic than dancing in the moonlight on the sands of Waikiki, looking into the eyes of your lover, while music floats out to you (from hotel frequent weddings, luaus, live entertainment, etc.)? Also, when attending many luaus you can elect to be there on your anniversary, in which case you may be asked to stand, recite words of love, then dance to the Hawaiian Wedding Song.