Both the Shoreline Hotel Waikiki and sister property Coconut Waikiki Hotel are offering the same Leap Day deal: Between February 17 through 29, guests can book a room and receive a 29 percent discount (subject to availability). Travel must be completed between February 17 and May 31, 2020.
A few steps from the lively Waikiki promenade, this boutique hotel in the sign of fluorescent colors is a young choice and with a convenient quality-price ratio. Do not miss a dip at sunset in the swimming pool on the rooftop (on the left). The restaurant of the Shoreline boutique hotel (see page 134) is one of the best options for healthy eating in Waikiki. Fresh fish, organic meat and vegetables grown on the organic farms of Oahu are the ingredients for a dinner full of Hawaiian colors and flavors.
There’s no monochromatic minimalism here: Shoreline is a summer holiday in the form of a building. Walls and floors are teal and pink and sunshine yellow, lighting in the common areas changes colour and the 135 rooms feature maps of islands, turquoise toilet seat covers and a stash of Hawaiian snacks. It’s one block back from Kalakaua Avenue and Waikiki Beach.
The 135-room Shoreline Hotel Waikiki was recently redesigned to attract millennials with its new "neon meets nature" theme, which features vibrant photo backdrops and hotel decor worthy of social media posts.
There’s a place and time for a minimalist, monochromatic aesthetic—but the Shoreline Hotel Waikiki on Oahu is thankfully anything but. The 135-room property located one block from Waikīkī Beach recently unveiled a splashy new lobby (pictured) with neon lights, marigold-hued wingback chairs, and a 26-foot-high “jungle wall.”
The newly renovated Shoreline Hotel Waikiki should be the location of this dreamy, and totally Insta-worthy, escape. Island life has never looked so good.
Competing with the natural beauties of the Hawaiian Islands is almost impossible. A boutique hotel located in the heart of Waikiki, Honolulu, however, found in design a way to stand out and provide "a vibrant experience" to its guests.
The creative collective Army of Moon People and the BDHM Design architects redesigned the Shoreline Waikiki hotel, and now it's the colorful dream for millennial travelers and their Instagrams.
Located in the heart of Waikiki, the hotel stands out for its colorful designs and custom art.
In this recently reinvented Waikiki charmer, the open-air foyer embodies hospitality with its glowing “aloha” sign and playful kinetic art. Fluctuating lights and colors transform the lobby ambiance by day and night. The rooftop pool deck presents more photo opportunities with its bold, bright wall murals and neon-lit evening swims.
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, responsible for the party of neon colors that illuminates the property.
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?
The newly renovated Shoreline Hotel Waikiki with 135 rooms features splashy original art and murals, including works by California-based artist DJ Neff.
Shoreline Hotel Waikiki has officially unveiled a $4 million design refresh for the property that introduced a palette of bright, vibrant colors and new art installations.
Nature meets neon. That’s the concept the New York office of BHDM Design was tasked with when repositioning the Shoreline Hotel Waikiki in Honolulu’s most tourist-clogged area. Originally built as housing for flight attendants on long-haul layovers, the 135-room hotel’s new look, complete with red corridors and topographic corrugated plastic maps of Hawaii over the beds, was informed by the state’s rampant foliage and wildlife, all seen through a saturated lens.
Neon and nature motifs collide to dazzling effect at this revamped hotel in bustling Waikiki Beach.
Take a cue from the brand new Shoreline Hotel in Waikiki, which was designed with a "Nature Meets Neon" color scheme that'll snap you to attention.
A picture is worth $4 million to Shoreline Hotel Waikiki, a boutique hotel that recently underwent a redesign to make itself more Instagram-worthy to attract millennials.
With a new look conceived by the creative collective Army of Moon People and designed by New York design firm BHDM Design, the Shoreline Hotel Waikiki has gone through a vibrant makeover. Mixing nature with neon, the 135-room hotel left no space untouched.
Get your swimsuit and sunscreen ready - we have a feeling you’ll want to pack your bag for the beach after this post! The Shoreline Waikiki, Honolulu’s premiere boutique hotel, has just undergone a colorful transformation with design-forward furnishings and Hawaiian details galore.
An explosion of neon and nature, this 56,000-square-foot, 135-room boutique hotel takes the concept of Hawaiian-inspired design and transforms it into a modern day interpretation that still feels authentic.
Some people go to Hawaii for the surf. Others go for the sun. Never would one book their trip for the hotel alone… that is, until now. A sea of electric blues, fiery reds, and fluorescent pinks, the Shoreline Hotel Waikiki—a boutique stay in Honolulu—recently unveiled its new, design-forward look following an electric renovation led by BHDM Design.
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 by bringing imagination and innovation to the sector.
Shoreline Hotel Waikiki unveiled its major property renovation, with design by BHDM Design. The 135-room boutique property underwent colorful updates including a 26-foot high white “jungle wall” art piece in the lobby, custom furnishings, and an updated rooftop pool deck with commissioned mural artwork, along with new hotel programming for guests and locals.
Now the 56,000-square-foot, 135-key property is repositioning itself as a tropical getaway full of Instagram-able moments.