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Amenities

From dipping your toes in the pool to tasting a unique dish that scares you a bit. There's never a dull moment here.

SWIM CLUB

This is a place where adventurers gather. Where the perfect cocktail is met with an absurd cannonball. Where open-air movie premieres and talk story sessions fill the warm Waikiki air and perfect, unforgettable moments are born. Here, we don’t just dip our toes into the water. We dive in head first. Welcome to the Swim Club.

MAHINA & SUN’S

Honolulu-born chef Ed Kenney’s fourth eatery, Mahina & Sun’s, features his delicious and groundbreaking take on island cuisine in a hip, casual atmosphere. Kenney’s commitment to offering “elevated home cooking with a Hawaiian sense of place” and utilizing local, organic ingredients shines through in his dishes. Over the past decade, through his sister restaurants, Town, Kaimuki Superette, and Mud Hen Water, Kenney has been a pivotal figure in the rapidly growing food culture in the city. Good to Know: Guests receive a $10 dining credit to use at M&S. It’s just one of the awesome perks included in the daily hospitality fee.

OLIVE & OLIVER

From their renowned retail locations in Kailua, Olive & Oliver is extending their interpretation of authentic beach culture in Hawaii to Waikiki. Hosting a perfectly curated mix of clothing and accessories for both men and women, Olive & Oliver brings their unique spin of Hawaii culture to both visitors and locals alike. Additionally, they’ll be hosting a café in their space as well, making it easy for you to grab a quick espresso before you hit the lineup.

Amenity Perks

A $25.00 per-room, per-day hospitality fee will be added to the daily room rate. This fee allows guests to enjoy hotel services and activities that include a $10 dining credit at Mahina & Sun’s, beach cruiser bicycle rentals, board game and book rentals, daily Caffe Luxxe coffee, daily local newspaper, local and toll free calls, local snack basket, Swim Club tote and towel rentals, and WiFi.

Amenities
  • 24-Hr Front Desk
  • WiFi Internet
  • Olive & Oliver Retail
  • Mahina & Sun's Restaurant, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Late Night and Room Service
  • Daily Caffe Luxxe Coffee
  • Daily Local Newspaper
  • Use of Bicycles, Board Games & Books
  • Swim Club Tote & Towel Rentals
  • Local Snack Welcome Gift
  • Specialized In-Room Coffee Experience
  • Swimming Pool & Cabanas
  • Experience Programming at Swim Club
  • Off-Site Exclusive Experiences
  • Valet Parking ($35/day)
  • 2 Water Bottles In-Room Daily
  • (1) $10 Mahina & Sun's Dining Credit

Swim Club

We're redefining the dive bar.
Adult-only swim from 6-9pm daily.

We know a place where adventurers gather. Where the perfect cocktail is met with an absurd cannonball. Where open-air movie premieres and talk story sessions fill the warm Waikiki air and perfect moments are born. Here, we don’t just dip our toes in the water, but dive in head first. Welcome to the Swim Club.

Talk Story Sessions

Poolside conversations with local or visiting artists, musicians, photographers, filmmakers, architects, professors, chefs, and more.

Poolside Films

Projected on a large screen above the pool, various interest films will be playing for your viewing pleasure.

Mini-Library

While you’re at the pool, check out some books and board games. There’s something for everyone.

Adult Swim

Wind down with a cocktail and good company with adult-only swim time from 6-9pm daily.

Neighborhood

Venture out and explore what Hawaii has to offer. You won't regret it.

Waikiki

You probably know that Waikiki is home to the likes of Duke Kahanamoku, the famous “Pink Palace,” and a host of other landmarks and accolades. But there’s so much more to this storied shoreline than what’s been peddled to the masses. At the Surfjack, we pride ourselves in showing our guests the lesser-sung-but-oh-so-enticing side of Waikiki. Looking for the latest neighborhood restaurants serving up the tastiest fare? How about an off-the-beaten-path bar known for making the world’s most perfect mai-tai? Just ask and we’ll point you in the right direction. And when it comes to how you spend your days in Waikiki—whether you’re looking to dig your toes into the sand or get a few sets at Queens on your longboard—there’s no shortage of opportunities to make a memory here in Waikiki.

Chinatown and Downtown Honolulu

Just a 15-minute drive from the Surfjack, you’ll find the downtown district and Chinatown, the epicenter of Oahu’s art scene. Visit on the “First Friday” of each month, to shop the boutiques, mingle with local artists, and peruse open exhibits. A hub for urban dining, Downtown is home to some of the best locally owned restaurants and cafes with menu items ranging from hand-crafted pizzas to full-size roasted pork (yep, head included). Stay into late evenings and you’ll be in the thick of Honolulu’s underground night scene with a variety of pubs (yes, craft beers), bars (whiskey, anyone?) and nightclubs (dance, like everyone is watching). No matter who you are, Honolulu’s Chinatown and downtown district will show you a good time.

Kaka’ako

An urban neighborhood where artists, eateries, and entrepreneurs come together, Kaka’ako is about 10 minutes driving distance from Waikiki. Walk through the neighborhood to discover urban art from around the world, sip a beer at a brewery, or mingle with locals at the neighborhood coffee shop.

Haleiwa

On Oahu’s famed North Shore stands historic Haleiwa, a charming beach town with an effortlessly laid-back country vibe. A place where chickens freely cross the road, surfers ride their bikes or skateboard to the nearest break, and the corner snack shop serves shave ice with a proper snow cap. Whether you’re visiting Haleiwa to kickback on the beach and eat a plate lunch or just passing through on the island cruise, the Haleiwa experience will set your mind and take you back to the Hawaii of old.

Diamond Head and Kapiolani Park

Located less than two miles from The Surfjack is Diamond Head and Kapiolani Park, a favorite among locals and visitors alike. Here, you’re free to nap under huge trees, stroll along the paved walking path, or head up Diamond Head to watch the surf lineup from the lookout at the top of the hill. Walk down the path to Diamond Head beach to find one of the most spacious beaches on the south shore.

Collaborators

We have some pretty cool friends.

Creative Collaborators

Matt Tapia

lettering artist

Hand painted typography and illustrations at the bottom of the pool and guest room directional signs.

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Wooden Wave

artists

A local husband and wife team created a special mural for Surfjack.

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Brendan Monroe

artist

Art mural inspired by flow of water, located in the meeting rooms.

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Andrew Mau

designer

Designed the Moana Vanity Mirrors in guestroom bathrooms and the shaka wallpaper in Mahina & Sun’s.

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Hawaii Potter's Guild

artists

Created unique hand-crafted ceramic bowls for Mahina & Sun's.

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Nico Made

artist

Designed custom birds of paradise wallpaper.

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Paiko

botanical boutique

Staghorn fern installation in public areas.

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Jeff Gress

artist

Custom painted picnic tables at Mahina & Sun's.

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Mark Kushimi

photographer

North shore and south shore photography located at the Front Desk.

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Jason Dow

jewelry designer

Patina and metal treatment of the Surfjack copper sign.

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Mark Chai

artist

Custom designed lamps for Mahina & Sun's.

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Kamea Hadar

artist

Mural portrait for Mahina & Sun's.

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Retrospect Designs

designers

Wooden art panels in guestrooms and Surfjack crates.

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Alex Yanes

artist

Art installation in lobby.

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Jasper Wong

mural co-curator

Info coming soon.

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Kris Goto

artist

Framed art pieces in guestrooms.

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Peter Glassford

artist

Wooden art panels on penthouse floor.

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Design Collaborators

Studio Collective

interior design

Guest room designs and stylings

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The Vanguard Theory

interior design

Public spaces and restaurant designs and stylings.

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Wall-to-Wall Studios

branding

Creators of the brand personality, voice, visuals and logos.

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Tori Richard

fabric design

Vintage artwork fabrics for guestroom headboards and men's uniform design.

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Roberta Oaks

designer

Women's uniform design.

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Experience Partners

John Clark

surfer & writer

A life-long surfer and a surf historian at the Surfjack.

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Wellness

Soothe your mind, body and soul.

We offer a variety of wellness activities and treatments both on and off property to help you feel refreshed.

ONSITE ACTIVITIES

THE REBOOT: MEDITATION & BREATH-WORK ON THE PENTHOUSE LANAI

The Reboot is social wellness event that redefines our idea of both “social” and “wellness”. As an alternative to a happy hour or a traditional workout, this 60 minute experience brings people together to connect, breathe deeply together and share the technicolor Hawaiian sunset. Join us on the Penthouse lanai for #thenewhappyhour. Hosted by Trevor Spring.

PILATES O KA LA ON THE PENTHOUSE LANAI

Watch the sunset behind the Waikiki skyline from the penthouse lanai. Join Hawaii-born yogi and Pilates instructor Chelsea Peck for dynamic group Pilates sessions.

BICYCLES & GUIDES

Custom bikes by Solé Bicycles to wander Waikiki, along with curated bike route guides.


OFFSITE ACTIVITIES

PILATES O KA LA

Lengthen, strengthen, and clear your mind while you feed your soul. Pilates O Ka La is a boutique pilates studio located just outside of Waikiki in beautiful Diamond Head, offering private, duo, and group sessions. www.pilatesokala.com