Perfectly positioned within walking distance of Waikiki Beach and the famed Kalakaua Avenue shopping district, The Modern Honolulu is the ideal mixture of urban modern design and traditional Hawaiian vibes. The property features multiple food and beverage offerings, and provides endless opportunities for relaxation with two sprawling swimming pools and a full-service spa. Accommodations feature partial ocean views, custom furniture, teak window screens, oversized showers and terrazzo countertops. It is the definition of a sophisticated Hawaiian vacation destination.
This resort has the following fees:
Daily Resort Fee - $34.95 + tax
General Excise Tax (GET) and state imposed Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT). This fee is subject to change daily.
Incidental Deposit - $100 (credit card and photo id required)
Ideal for travelers on the go, the guestrooms provide a perfect home base to explore all that Oahu has to offer. Max out each day's potential with shopping, landmark-hopping, adventuring and relaxing beachside or at one of The Modern's pools. Your room will be a welcome retreat with luxury details such as imported premium linens, bath robes and slippers, oversized shower or bathtub, and teak window screens that open to either limited views of Waikiki beach or The Modern's lush resort grounds. Room includes a king bed.
2 Swimming pool
24-hour Room service
1 Restaurant, 3 Bars
Honolulu is the capital and largest city of Hawaii. On the southeast coast of the island of Oahu, the city is a major hub for international business, and host to a diverse variety of east-west and Pacific culture, cuisine, and traditions. This can be found in its many landmarks such as Iolani Palace, Aloha Tower, King Kamehameha I's statue, the Hawaii State Capitol, and just west is the historical site of Pearl Harbor.
Venture out to the rest of the island and you will find Oahu’s landscape is made up of verdant mountains of dormant volcanoes, idyllic beaches, rainforests, steep ridges, waterfalls, and pineapple and sugarcane fields. Oahu’s west side, the Leeward Coast, is less developed with picturesque towns, beautiful off-the-beaten-path beaches, and rural landscapes to explore. The North Shore is a quiet, laid-back area where visitors can hit one of its world famous surfing and snorkeling spots. Other popular pastimes are golf, boating and hiking, with scenic trails at Diamond Head crater, Manoa Falls and Kaena Point.
With an abundance of natural beauty and the attractions of the vibrant metropolis Honolulu, Oahu has something for everyone – from nature lover to beach bum to cultural enthusiast – this great island is sure to delight!