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The Waikiki EDITION
Why Stay At The Waikiki EDITION
A design hotel by Ian Schrager and Marriott Hotels, with white-on-white interiors that don't detract from Waikiki's tropical scenery.
Hospitality heavyweight Ian Schrager's latest project, a collaboration with Marriott Hotels dubbed Edition, is breathing new life into the 84-year-old hotel chain. The 353-room Waikiki Edition, designed by New York-based Yabu Pushelberg, is the first of a series (Istanbul, Barcelona, Mexico City, Miami Beach, and London are in the works). Interiors are an exercise in restraint, with a color palette that stretches from white to vanilla, beige to sand, and accents ranging from natural leather bands on the desk chairs to the dark-stained-wood rolling shutters that abate the Hawaiian sun. Guests who chose to explore the property will also find a holistic spa, state-of-the-art gym, and, in addition to a swimming pool, an oval "lagoon" lined with sapphire-blue mosaic tiles, surrounded by a sand-and-pebble beach. For the property's restaurant, the hotel tapped Masaharu Morimoto, known not only for his appearances on Iron Chef but also for his establishments in Manhattan, Philadelphia, and Napa. After dinner, don't miss the outdoor movie theater (complete with popcorn and candy service), showing movies, videos, and art installations.
Get into tip-top shape at the monthly Surf & Bikini Boot Camp. Designed by women's world surfing champion Daize Shayne Goodwin, the all-inclusive four-day program combines yoga with surf lessons, hiking, kayaking, and spa treatments.
Don't miss a late-night visit to Crazybox, Ian Schrager's foray into nightlife. The club pulsates with world beats spun by a cast of international DJs.
Arrive at Honolulu International Airport (HNL), which is approximately 8 miles (15 minutes) from the hotel.1775 Ala Moana Boulevard, Waikiki, Hawaii, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Private Beach
- Spa on Property
- Outdoor Pool
- Fitness Center
- Music + Movie Library
- Shoe Shine Service
- Gift Shop
- Wireless Internet
- Multilingual Staff
- Private Lanais
- Floor-to-Ceiling Windows
- Flat-Panel Televisions
- iPod Docks
- Mini Bars
- In-Room Safes
- Hair Dryers
- Air Conditioning
- Turndown Service
- 3 Bars
- Private Dining
- 24-Hour Room Service
- 2-person occupancy in Ocean View + Terrace
- 3-person occupancy in City View
- 4-person occupancy in Ocean View
These rates also include your choice of one of the following spa services per day for 2 people:
- 45 minute customized massage
- 45 minute customized facial
- Exotic Polynesian Pedicure
Best Souvenir: Flowers. Follow the winding road through Palolo Valley's residential Kaimuki neighborhood to Kawamoto Orchids, a three-acre nursery where the owner will advise on which of the kaleidoscopic flowers have a fighting chance in your hometown (he'll even pack and ship your buds for you). Read More
Where to Eat: Yama's Fish Market. The office crowd lines up for lunch at Yama's Fish Market, a takeout joint specializing in Hawaiian plate lunches. On the menu: laulau (pork and chicken wrapped in ti-plant leaves), 14 types of poke (marinated raw fish), and Yama's creamy, coconut-based haupia dessert—one of the island's best. Lunch for two $20. 2332 Young St. 808/941-9994.
Where to Drink: Chinatown. Once-gritty Chinatown is undergoing a mini renaissance, thanks to the likes of French-inspired Brasserie du Vin. The candlelit space, across from the historic Hawaii Theatre, offers more than 200 wines from around the world. Drinks for two $16. 1115 Bethel St. 808/545-1115.
Why Go Now
June 10-12, 2011
32nd Annual Pan-Pacific Festival
A multinational cultural celebration takes over the streets of Honolulu
July 16, 2011
Prince Lot Hula Festival
Lauhala weaving, lomi lomi massage, traditional Hawaiian games, and of course, hula dancing. Moanalua Gardens
August 24-28, 2011
10th Anniversary Duke's Oceanfest
Celebrate the birthday of Duke Kahanamoku, Hawaii's "Father of Surfing" in Waikiki
October 13-23, 2011
Hawaii International Film Festival