Surfjack Hotel & Swim Club, Honolulu

412 Lewers Street, Waikiki, Honolulu, HI 96815, United States (show on map)

Expert reviews

New York Times review:

“In a quieter zone between the Ala Wai Canal and busy Waikiki, the midcentury design Surfjack Hotel & Swim Club charges $29 a day to each room for access to treats like hotel-branded bicycles, free morning coffee in the lobby and use of a beach tote and towels.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Honolulu.

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This an aggregated customer review rating of Surfjack Hotel & Swim Club, Honolulu. We have taken customer review ratings from hotel booking sites, search engines, the official hotel website and other travel platforms. This is the average of all those ratings. We only list places that have a customer review rating of at least 4.0 out of 5.0

4.5 out of 5.0

Ranked 6th in Hawaii

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Located around the best tourist spots of Honolulu, the Surfjack is within 15-minute walks to Royal Hawaiian Center, Waikiki Aquarium, and other tourist attractions. Free bicycles are provided for easier travel accommodations. With raging reviews and guaranteed satisfaction, this hotel promises gratification

The incentive of having Downtown Honolulu is very near to the hotel is a mere invitation to experience vibrant art and culture.  A similar place that exhibits the heritage of the city is Kaka’ako, Chinatown. Arguably Waikiki’s most famous tourist point is The International Market. The nightlife and feasting close to the lodging are likewise worth encountering, and a walk around the Waikiki seashore will leave you yearning a greater amount of the excellent city.

Each enchanting guestroom is intended to completely suit visitors with luxuries, for example, cooling appliances, Wi-Fi, a private gallery, and hand cleanser from The Indigenous Soap Company. Visitors can likewise move up to lodge style rooms updated to provide the true Waikiki experience with contemporary touches and beach culture vibes.

The Swim Club has a sun deck and an open-air pool to house all sorts of social engagements. A well-known Café Mahina and Suns, run by the prestigious chef Ed Kenney offers a more outdoor feel and additionally has a bar.

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