A True Sensory Experience
One of our favorites in Honolulu, their website truly give you an great idea of what they are all about.
The Modern Honolulu is where innovative design meets barefoot luxury, The Modern Honolulu promises a refreshingly new experience. Home to Iron Chef Morimoto’s celebrated new restaurant Morimoto Waikiki, the hotel’s understated elegance and service has earned acclaim for service and design during its opening year. It’s posh without being pretentious, chic without being overdone, luxurious, yet brilliantly laid back. At The Modern Honolulu, stilettos are welcome. And so are flip-flops.
The Modern Honolulu luxury hotel offers 353 stylish guestrooms, highlighting the glittering city skyline, moored yachts in the harbor, and spectacular ocean views. Many offer a private terrace where you can enjoy breakfast in your plush robe or play with an iPad borrowed from the hotel. If you would rather dine out, the Waikiki resort features exquisite culinary pursuits, including the celebrated Morimoto Waikiki. After dining, take a dip in the Sunrise Pool while indulging in a signature cocktail or bask under towering palms at the Sunset Pool. Round out the day with a pampering treatment at the hotel’s revitalizing spa.
Just a short walk away, adventures await at the world-renowned Waikiki Beach, one of the most iconic surf spots in the world, just one of many nearby attractions. Explore endless retailers at the Ala Moana center or premier shopping along Kalakaua Avenue. Witness the profound energy that results when city meets island during your stay at The Modern Honolulu.
A New Urban Resort Concept
When guests first enter The Modern Honolulu, they are presented with a sensory experience unlike any other. Polished interiors meet laid-back surf culture, white-washed walls intersect dark oak floors, young and hip vacationers mingle with sophisticated, savvy corporate travelers.
The result is an Urban Resort in Honolulu, that boasts sophistication and style with a laid back twist. Architects George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg and landscape designer Deborah Nevins have all contributed to making this Waikiki resort in Honolulu a private oasis in a cosmopolitan city, complete with conspicuous details, like the Herbie Fletcher surfboard installation signed by pro-surfer buddies behind the registration desk. By the concierge desk, a bookshelf adorned with surf books and memorabilia rotates mid-day to reveal a swanky lounge scene. Outside, the refreshing Sunrise Pool deck is flecked with indigenous autograph trees and ferns, while the exclusive Sunset Pool boasts 100 tons of sand from neighboring islands and custom-designed Yves Klein blue glass tiles.
Encounter a unique, separate reality that belongs to The Modern Honolulu alone, rekindling the glamour of Waikiki and elevating it with service standards that exceed even the loftiest expectations. It’s a laid-back take on luxury in one of the most idyllic places on the planet.