The Modern Honolulu


Say Aloha to The Modern Honolulu, a super-stylish escape combining calm with cool, and offering the ultimate in hip Hawaiian hospitality.

The 535 rooms and suites are light, bright, and airy, and a cheeky nod to the arts comes in the form of colorful sarongs, ukuleles, and upholstered headboards.

Here, meals are prepared to inspire the senses. Blending Hawaii’s bounty with Pacific Asian flavors and South American tastes, RAVISH creates a true Pacific Rim restaurant experience; The Grove and Passageway at The Modern Honolulu offer local and western fare; The Modern Players Club at Sunset Beach is a dreamy spot to sip cocktails before hitting the hotel’s nightclub.

The Sunrise Pool is surrounded by teak decking, sun loungers, and giant day beds. If you fancy more privacy, the oceanfront Sunset Pool is a lantern-lit adults-only plunge with a bar. The spa is home to treatment rooms and mani-pedi stations. Yoga and unique fun games on the lawn are also available.

The Modern Honolulu Information

Location & Getting There
The hotel is a 15-minute drive from Honolulu International Airport.

There are 535 rooms and suites are styled in a white and sleek minimalist way, with views over the Pacific Ocean, the Waikiki skyline, the yacht harbor, or the lush grounds of the hotel. The emphasis here is on natural light and organic luxury.

There are many activities to explore from The Modern Honolulu, there are water-based adventures, such as parasailing, jet-skiing, and fishing. For the dare-devils, there are extreme sports such as sky-diving, shark-diving, and extreme helicopter tours. There are also several cultural spots to visit, such as Pearl Harbour, Diamond Head, and the Waimea Falls.

Children are welcome at The Modern Honolulu, babysitters can be arranged on request.

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Why we recommend The Modern Honolulu

As the name suggests, the Modern Honolulu is a chic, stylish and contemporary spot, and while it isn’t beachfront, it is still a firm favorite here at Lightfoot Travel. The interiors are crisp and clean, there’s an inviting pool area, and the Morimoto restaurant is one of the best on the island. It’s the perfect hotel choice for those who want to be near enough to - but not in the action - of Waikiki.

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