The Royal Hawaiian Hotel is one of those iconic getaway resorts that rose to prominence in Hollywood's grand heyday. It opened in 1927 (as one of the first hotels in Waikiki) and quickly attracted everybody who was anybody, including - famously - FDR and family when they vacations in the West. After a massive renovation (it's now part of the Starwood group), the hotel long known as the Pink Palace of the Pacific is reopening to guests with 500+ rooms and suites and a massive inauguration ball, which both mirrors the Royal Hawaiian's 1927 black-tie opening gala and coincides with the Presidential inauguration on January 20.
But the best part is that for a short time, rooms will be available for $19.27 your first night (it jacks up to $450 after that), including perks like a free dinner (full details available over at the Hotwire Travel Ticker). Or, if you're not feeling the pinch, treat yourself to the four-night inaugural package in the Royal Ocean Junior Suite, which'll run you $4560 per couple.