The Shoreline Hotel Waikiki reinvents itself with a neon makeover
The boutique hotel set in the heart of Waikiki gets a bright, colorful makeover.
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. Fluorescent signs now inhabit the lobby, a splashy mural hovers over the rooftop pool and every room is now equipped with modern furnishings and brightly colored walls.
It starts at check-in, with the lobby’s front desk making quite the statement. Photo by Adam Macchia
All of the necessary information is posted in the hotel’s lobby. Photo by Adam Macchia
The neon-colored furniture and interior design choices of the lobby’s waiting room give guests a glimpse of what the hotel has to offer. Photo by Adam Macchia
The rooms of the Shoreline Hotel Waikiki are spotted with natural touches, such as the Monstera leaf prints on the drapes and carpet. Photo by Adam Macchia
The design and colors in the hotel’s rooms are based on each floor’s color scheme, with floors 2 to 5 being teal, floors 6 to 9 being pink and floors 10 to 14 being blue. Photo by Adam Macchia
On-point, highly-instagrammable room furnishing, such as this “aloha” towel rack, are in every room. Photo by Adam Macchia
The rooftop pool features a mural painted by Californian artist DJ Neff, which encapsulates the idea of nature meeting neon. Photo by Adam Macchia
As the sun sets, the lobby of the Shoreline Hotel Waikiki glows neon. Guests who want to lounge in the lobby can also order food and drinks from Heavenly Island Lifestyle Restaurant, which is next door to the hotel. Photo by Adam Macchia
Shoreline Hotel Waikiki
342 Seaside Ave, Honolulu, (808) 931-2444,