THE MODERN HONOLULU
Where high design meets barefoot luxury, The Modern Honolulu promises a refreshingly new, brilliantly laid back experience. Home to Iron Chef Morimoto’s celebrated new restaurant Morimoto Waikiki, The Modern Honolulu
features stylish rooms that highlight the dazzling city skyline, moored
yachts in the harbor and spectacular ocean views. This hotel’s understated elegance and service has earned acclaim for service and design
during its opening year.
The hotel features 353 comfortable
rooms and suites—many with private
furnished terraces—offerings a mix
of ocean, city, pool and harbor views.
Down comforters and imported
linens by Frette Original dress beds,
while luxurious bathrooms showcase
oversized glass-enclosed showers and
seamlessly integrated Terrazzo coun-tertops and sinks.
Other in-room amenities include
a 46-inch flat screen LCD TV, iPods
and iPads (available upon request),
an extensive DVD and CD library,
complimentary wireless Internet, an
in-room safe, a fully stocked minibar
and twice daily housekeeping service.
Morimoto Waikiki restaurant at
The Modern Honolulu offers indoor
and outdoor seating, as well as a
private dining area for guests seeking
privacy. Extensive indoor and outdoor
banquet and private event facilities,
accommodating up to 920 people for
seated dinner, are also available, including the popular 9,200-square-foot
ballroom—the largest luxury ballroom
The hotel’s state-of-the-art fitness
center is open 24 hours a day, and
its full service spa offers the latest in
treatments. In-room massage and spa
services are also available upon request.
• Travel + Leisure Design Award 2011
• Air Canada enRoute Hotel Design
Award 2011 – Best Overall Interior
Design and Best Lobby