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Nature Finds Neon in the Heart of Honolulu

The Shoreline Hotel Waikiki, a boutique hotel located in the heart of Waikiki, features its new millennial face, designed and decorated by BHDM Design. The renovation features a colorful upgrade to the 135-room hotel, which includes an 8-foot-high " wild wall " in the lobby, custom furniture and a rooftop terrace filled with art and personality.

6 Hawaii Hotels That Millennial Travelers Love

Shoreline Hotel lists an intriguing calendar of guest pastimes, such as live entertainment, hobnobbing with Hawaii artisans, a shave-ice cart and the afternoon “relax & refresh” hour. Add to that its enviable setting — close to the beach, restaurants, stores and shows — and it’s a must for millennials.

Best of the West

Modern Hawaiiana is the name of the game at Oahu's most eye-catching new lodging. Your phone may die before you can capture every gorgeous detail.

Hotel Updates on Oahu

The Shoreline Hotel Waikiki underwent a $4 million renovation to fit its new theme, “Neon Meets Nature.” The vibrant redesign — with colorful backdrops throughout the hotel — is ideal for guests seeking great photo opportunities during their vacation.

Honolulu, the heart of Hawaii, is dyed in neon colors

In the center of Waikiki, in Honolulu, capital of Hawaii, is located Shoreline Hotel Waikiki, a small boutique hotel that presents a new face thanks to the design and collaboration of BHDM Design, main responsible for the party of neon colors that illuminates the property.

Inside Hawaii’s Most Colorful New Hotel

With sweeping views of the Pacific, an abundance of flowers, and bright colors everywhere, it's kind of surprising that Hawaii doesn't have much of a design scene. We mean, what better way to complement the archipelago's stunning landscape than with equally beautiful interiors?

6 Hotels From the Fresh Faces of Hospitality

When we began crafting this section it was with one question in mind: Who are the fresh faces of hospitality? “Fresh” here doesn’t necessarily mean young or even new, but rather those players hitting their stride ...