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Hilton Vacation Club The Modern Honolulu

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Perfectly situated, Hilton Vacation Club The Modern Honolulu stands at the epicenter between the world renowned Hawaiian experience of Waikiki Beach, the blossoming Kaka’ako arts district, and Honolulu’s downtown cosmopolitan scene. We are the hub of contemporary culture and creativity in Honolulu. Our boutique luxury is as refined as it is relaxed. An empowered team delivers an exceptional experience which is alluring, personalized and innovative, surrounded by an award-winning design concept that creates an urban chic beach aesthetic. Two stylish pools overlook the ocean for daytime fun. It’s no wonder Thrillist magazine called us “The best boutique hotel in Hawaii.”
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robin wrote a review Mar 2024
Carlisle, Pennsylvania2 contributions1 helpful vote
I am going to be honest... I was terrified of the shutters, the bed, and the service from reading the reviews. All of them are silly and should be ignored as overly sensitive guests. This place has been amazing and I break it out below. 1) Location- It is an ideal location that has direct access to the beach, beach path, downtown, Hilton Village, and restaurants. I really couldn't ask for a better location. 2) Shutters- The shutters and complaints about them are ridiculous. First, you can close the shutters!! Second, they are a nice decor and add to the open-air life of the island. Please stop the shutter complaints. 3) The Service- everyone has been wonderful and always smiling. 4) The mattress- The bed is comfortable. Maybe if you prefer the softest mattress that will protect an egg then this place isn't for you. However, no hotels have beds that soft. 5) Restaurant- The food is great and you can watch the sunset. 6) Water- 2 recyclable water bottles a day is not the norm for Hiltons unless you are an elite member. They want to keep you hydrated here. 7) Elevators- There are 3 of them and I never had to wait long. 8) Hallways- They are a little dark and could use more lighting. Very minimal issue though. 9) Cleaning- They have housekeeping every day! I thought that was a thing of the past and I felt bad making them come every day. I finally learned to put up my privacy please tag so I didn't need to make the staff clean my room. 10) ABC store- The largest and best ABC store is right across the intersection. You can get it all here. 11) Safety- You are in Waikiki and the cops keep the homeless/crime out of this area. My only suggestion is to keep your walking/outings to Waikiki. I wouldn't turn left when leaving the hotel, cross the bridge, and enter the Ala Moano area. This hotel is so perfect in the location that I had zero problems. As a woman who was walking around alone, this was my preferred location in the city. 12) Decor- It is not outdated at all. Honolulu is very 80s in the atmosphere. This hotel is still clean, modern, comfortable and doesn't remind me of the 80s. This was a hotel I enjoyed and I am glad I booked it. I needed to come for a conference and the conference block was booked up in the preferred hotel. I had to find an alternative and this was close to the Hilton Village Conference Center. I stressed about the previous reviews, but I had to hope they were wrong. In the end, I feel I did better booking this hotel compared to the conference hotel. It truly was a great hotel. Or maybe it was the shutters in the bathroom that made the stay perfect.
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Date of stay: March 2024
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Ron M wrote a review Aug 2023
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We spent a full week at the Modern for our honeymoon, and we were very happy with our stay. We walked in to our room with a nice towel/flower arrangement on our bed to welcome us. We received no other special treatment being on our honeymoon. The room was clean, and the hotel is in a great location. Some of the furniture is outdate and worn, but that didn't effect our stay. We have all the necessary working amenities needed. There is no daily maid, but let's be honest, who cleans their house every day anyways? The staff and pool areas are very nice as well, and the boardwalk was perfect for traveling to the beach and other hotels. We would definitely stay here again!
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Date of stay: July 2023
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Responded 3 Aug 2023
Aloha Ronimal815, Congratulations again! We are delighted to know that you enjoyed your stay with us; it was our pleasure to serve you. Mahalo,
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limron wrote a review Mar 2024
Markham, Canada125 contributions44 helpful votes
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Great customer service. Amazing housekeeping. The furnitures need better upkeep as the veneers are peeling. The bathroom mirror is peeling as well. My room keys kept failing and needed to be replaced daily. The customer service told me not to place it with my credit card or with my mobile phone… which never happened to my key cards from other hotels. We questioned why our unit does not have a balcony… I was told units with 2 beds do not have balconies. Lastly the bathroom has twin shutters adjoining the bedroom. This poor design resulted in lack of privacy as you can see and hear everything in the bathroom… even if you try to shut the shutters.
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Date of stay: March 2024Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from Donald D, Guest Services / Front Office at Hilton Vacation Club The Modern Honolulu
Responded 7 Mar 2024
Aloha limron, Thank you for your time, and we appreciate your feedback. We apologize for not meeting your expectations and look forward to future renovations to provide an upscale, condo-like setting. Many of your comments and concerns will be addressed during the renovations. We hope to have the opportunity to serve you again. Once again, our apologies, and we thank you for your patience. Mahalo,
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I like islands wrote a review Mar 2024
Cambridge, Massachusetts9 contributions12 helpful votes
The Modern has been our go-to spot on Waikiki for years. From reviews, we understood that when Hilton took it over and converted part of the facility to time shares, things changed and it dropped a star in class/ratings. The hotel was just beginning to transition the last time we are here but we can confirm that is complete now and I can discuss the pros and cons. The first pro is obvious, which is the pricing. That has stayed stable in the same market that the Halekulani’s (once budget) sister hotel has skyrocketed since their re-branding, despite not allowing guests to use Halekulani facilities. The things that have changed: no Iron Chef or Celebrity Chef Flagship. Obama and family were being served dinner on our last visit. Now what is there at breakfast is self order at a counter with a facilitator to bring food to your table with the number you pick up on the way out. Instead of the extended selection of outdoor seating once offered by the pool, the outside seating is harbor side and very limited. There was a line of people waiting for a table all the time because the picnic bench style seating inside was frigid and the music which sounds nice outside was way too loud. On the boardwalk, I noticed a sign announcing the eatery was public for all meals, including breakfast. The location is unsuitable for that, imho. On this visit, the hotel was at full occupancy due to two area conferences. Perhaps some of the breakfast crowd were people who were leaving for the day because the pool area was never over crowded and the adult pool one floor up was empty. About the pool: the lunchtime bar service was very good and so were the food and drinks. I had to have a cocktail re-made for me because it was way too sweet and it was no problem at all—-the server even gave me the option of replacing it and letting me drink it. I asked him to enjoy it for me and he laughed and said he wished. All good signs. I recommend the burratta beet salad, which was huge. The sound system and music selection is also good. Very mellow; classic Hawaiian and reggae. But, the extras are gone: forget about the free Sun Bum spf and the big towels. When the towel folks are there, they offer really skimpy things that don’t cover the chairs. Inexplicably, there is no longer two way same-floor access to the adult pool deck, meaning you need to be able to climb stairs to get there. As I said, the upstairs deck was all but abandoned. It is really just a reflecting pool that you can sit in with a lounge chair to stay cool but, magically, you cannot hear the kids from below. Also: the large sheet covered double mattresses that they charge for below, are free to use. This is great because it give plenty of room to position yourself in the path of the sun so you get even exposure. I found out the reason I was the only one up there. While you cannot hear the kids, you could hear the construction from next door (not the hotel) with heavy machinery, all day. I’m from the city, so this way just like home. Other people might want earbuds or whatever. On the beach, the modern doesn’t have a lounge chair or umbrella or drink service. However, the Hilton property right next door does. Despite being a Hilton, they can not charge to a room at The Modern. This is their pricing. Lounge chairs $28 each and umbrella $50 each. Yo, I have never brought $100 cash to the beach in my life. And I grew up in a beach down and worked through college on Martha’s Vineyard. The shop is gone, so buy magazines in the airport or you’ll have to risk crossing the highway to get to the mall. On the other hand, in the rooms, they offer enough toiletries. They are kind of glued to the wall so you can’t hoard them and take them with, but there is an ample supply and the body lotion is extremely rich-which is great for after sun. Robes are gone. They even took down the hooks. We had an Ocean view King which was plenty of room in storage for eight days. No bathroom scale but there is a Keurig a nice empty fridge without expensive minibar and a microwave to reheat leftovers. That comes in handy because supper prices are way higher right now than pre-Covid. The ice machines are on even numbered floors and the ice buckets keep that ice overnight with the lid on. In our case, I asked for a room we’d had before when I made the reservation. We had to change our dates and there was some glitch (which may have been our fault since my husband made the new res—it’s really unclear) but it resulted in my original room request getting lost-which became an issue later on. Also, it meant we were holding two stays on our card simultaneously. The result was that when we got a confirmation vm saying that they were looking forward to seeing us, I assumed it was two weeks early. I got vm when I called back and used the correct dates in my confirmation. I never got a call back. This call, apparently, was from Hilton Corporate in Las Vegas. The Modern never got the heads up and I got a message the next day saying they were expecting us to check in. I told them we had changed the dates. They said they had our new dates but referred me back to the third party vendor to deal with them. Once I reached a person on Expedia, they said that I hadn’t cancelled within 48 hours so I’d have to pay for both reservations but they reached out to the hotel to see whether they were able to get a reduction. The agent came back and said the hotel was willing to allow me to pay for just the first night-which was that night. I gave them my information and they appeared to be putting it through. I wrote to the hotel to confirm directly and they said they had waived the entire charge. I have no idea where that money went, if I was charged. Maybe it got refunded. Maybe Expedia kept it. Whatever. When we arrived, our check in agent said that we had booked a city room and we’re upgraded to partial ocean view. I knew we had booked partial ocean view but seeing as the reservation was so screwed up, I wanted to double check before I said anything. Then my husband’s card was rejected. That was likely fraud support based on the two reservations-one being cancelled. He had another card. The room was on a lower floor, across from the three very aCroce elevators, city side and you could only see the ocean by going out on the balcony. The HVAC might need to be serviced I got really congested overnight. When we tried to keep the door open or sit outside, we found the real downside to this room: it’s low enough to hear and smell heavy daytime traffic. Because you can only see the ocean from the balcony, everybody is out in theirs. Because the street noise is loud, every body is yelling to be heard. If there is an argument or personal convo? You get every word. I asked to see the manager about my lost room requests and whether we could change rooms and that’s when I learned they were at 100% occupancy. For the confirmation snafu, though, she gave us a $75 resort credit which I wasn’t expecting and was delighted with. She said that she’s prioritize us in case of a cancellation and I believe she meant it but we’re half way through our stay now, so I’m not holding my breath. The nightclub is also gone. Also the Study Bar in the lobby which used to be buzzy and fun. There is a tiresomely conspicuous presence of timeshare agents all over. There is no more room service. That ends the mixed review. The thing that has improved at The Modern is the staffing. Everyone we’ve encountered has been professional and knows how to do their job. Under previous management, the staffing was always very mixed with some great service and some so bad that I remember it years later: the time we waited over an hour for our breakfast despite being one of three tables. A single and another deuce. The girl just disappeared. Another time (years ago) I came to to speak to front desk and there were five or six agents behind the desk, all together, casually talking and laughing and I stood right in front of their party and still had to politely say “excuse me” to get any attention. Despite eye contact from the two of them faced toward the lobby. If it isn’t obvious by now, I’ve spent years in service and am familiar with the standard. These experiences were perplexing. Meanwhile, other service at the old hotel was above and beyond. I would say, at this date it is uniformly good. And the facility is still very clean and modern for those who don’t care for the chintz and wall art and throw pillows of so many resorts nowadays. Even staying the same, it doesn’t look dated or worse for wear. The eco-policy is awesome and I’m attaching a photo of the really good advisements on the bathroom mirrors in an inconspicuous corner. They offer free boxed water—local and purified at the desk and they have a dispenser at the pool. My recommendations to management would be to offer a small selection of magazines, reef safe spf and the option of a large plush branded beach towel, for sale, on the bottom of the poolside bar menu. The reasons being: some people really want a barrier between the lounge chair somebody else just sweated on, some people who brought spf from home are not aware that the kind the use may be restricted in Hawaiian waters (the amount of dead coral washing up on the beach is insane). Lastly, without a shop or nearby magazine vendor, it makes it hard to come by a really basic poolside activity: reading in print instead of staring into a device. Unless the hotel decides to offer beach amenities, I would also try to make some deal with the Hilton Towers so that guests can charge their beach amenities to their room at The Modern. Considering that it is now a Hilton property. Right next to another Hilton property.
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Date of stay: March 2024
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Mary E wrote a review Mar 2024
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Here are the pros and cons of this property: Pros: - Great location. Easy access to the beach, restaurants, shopping, and local parks. Also located by a bus stop, which tourists can use to explore other sites on Honolulu. - Friendly staff - Nice pool area - Pool bar serves good food for a quick lunch - Friendly staff Cons: - Rooms are worn down and need an update. - No privacy in the bathroom! Wooden blinds make up one of the bathroom walls (so bizarre!) so you can hear everything going on in the bathroom. - Hotel uses cloth covered "headboards" that are mounted to the wall. Both headboards in our room had large, visible stains on them. This hotel is fine for business travel, but I would not recommend it for honeymooners, couples, or groups looking to spend their time partying in Waikiki.
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Date of stay: February 2024
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Responded 3 Mar 2024
Aloha L5199UOmarye, Thank you for your time, and we appreciate your feedback. We apologize for not meeting your expectations and look forward to future renovations to provide an upscale, condo-like setting. Once again, our apologies, and we thank you for your patience. Mahalo,
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Abigail R wrote a review Mar 2024
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The view of the marina off the balcony was lovely. The walk to the beach is very beautiful and not too far. The food at the pool side restaurant was very good, but it was on the expensive side. The concierge had told us right away that they were remodeling the rooms. I think we had one of the new rooms. The only problem is if the batteries in the door lock stop working they don’t have a fast or quiet was too get your door open. On the first night, after we were in bed, we heard the loudest noise (what we thought was construction noise).So we called the front desk to ask what was going on. The room door across the hall, the lock, had stoped working and they were trying to get the door open. The maintenance people were working at it for roughly 30 minutes. Other than that it was a lovely stay.
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Date of stay: December 2023
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ScoutMidwest wrote a review Feb 2024
Minocqua, Wisconsin494 contributions209 helpful votes
Stay Awaway - Particularly if you have mobility issues or are in a wheelchair. Handicapped access is broken . Several items in room are partially or completely broken. Show handle came off in my hand. Chargers fall out of sockets. No vending machines or canteen on property. No room service either. All this exacerbated by a front desk staff who is not empowered to give even the most basic information about items in the room. Be sure to use a vpn when using internet, because no sign required- folks in the parking lot across the street could sign on to the holtel wifi. And all this for and additional $41@day resort fee which is NOT reflected in the daily price of any of the third party portals you’ll see on TripAdvisor.
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Date of stay: February 2024Trip type: Travelled solo
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Responded 16 Feb 2024
Aloha ScoutMidwest, Thank you for staying with us and taking time to provide the review of your stay. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience you have experienced while our handicapped lift is not available at the time of your stay. We take your feedback seriously and will share with our management team to enhance our service. Again, we apologize for not meeting your expectations during your stay and thank you for your patience.
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Christina R wrote a review Feb 2024
Düsseldorf, Germany587 contributions98474 helpful votes
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We can highly recommend the Hotel Modern Honolulu, especially the rooms with sea views or harbor views. It is located at the beginning of Waikiki's hotel zone, right by the marina, surrounded by several restaurants and just a 3-minute walk from the beautiful beach. The rooms are very clean, spacious and modernly furnished with a refrigerator, coffee machine, microwave and very comfortable beds as well as a comfortable sofa. We had a large room with a balcony overlooking the marina, which we really liked. The bathroom has a good size with a large shower. The staff was very friendly and accommodating in all areas. The spacious pool area with 2 pools, 1 only for adults, invites you to linger with its comfortable large outdoor beds, a pool bar and a restaurant. The modern and open Ala Moana Shopping Center with 350 shops and 160 restaurants is a 10-minute walk away. There is also the Ala Moana Beach Park with a beautiful, gently sloping beach and calm water, which is highly recommended for families with children. Furthermore, the hotel offers a good and safe parking space in the underground car park, in which we were able to park our rental car after daily excursions on Oahu for $ 26 a day. Should this be occupied, there is another parking garage across the street that is connected to the Modern Honolulu by a pedestrian bridge and has acceptable parking fees compared to other parking options in Waikiki. We can highly recommend this modern hotel in a very good location, a few minutes' walk from the very lively center of Waikiki.
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Date of stay: November 2023Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from Donald D, Guest Services / Front Office at Hilton Vacation Club The Modern Honolulu
Responded 6 Feb 2024
Aloha 3010ChristinaR, Thank you for the excellent rating and kind remarks of the hotel; it was our pleasure to serve you. We hope to serve you again soon! Mahalo,
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Brian K wrote a review Jan 2024
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Wow, if you're a Hilton Diamonds member, I wouldn't recommend staying here. They clearly are not yet part of the Hilton family, regarding how they treat long time and heavily traveled members. It's very run down, the front desk people are rude and the resort fee is ridiculous, considering there is nothing here to do as it relates to a resort. No chance at an upgrade and no changes to their very late checkin (4 p.m.) and their very early (10 a.m.) check-out.
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Date of stay: January 2024
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Responded 1 Feb 2024
Aloha briankC8390KU, Thank you for being a loyal Hilton Diamond member, and we appreciate your feedback. We sincerely apologize for not meeting your expectations with current Hilton Honor benefits for The Modern, a Hilton Vacation Club, and the interaction with the front desk. The hotel plans to renovate in the near future to provide an upscale, condo-like setting. Your comments and concerns have been shared with the leadership team to enhance customer service touchpoints. Once again, our apologies, and we thank you for your patience. Mahalo,
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Stefanie P wrote a review Jan 2024
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We stayed at the Hilton Modern Honolulu for 8 nights in December. This was our 30 year anniversary and I was running the Honolulu Marathon. The positives were the room was clean and nice view. The restaurant bartender was great. The downsides far outweigh the positives. The concierge was terrible. He set us up with a "tour" of the hotel that would have a gift of dinner. This was not the case at all. This was a sales appt for a timeshare and we did not get any gift. The moment we told the finance guy we were not interested, he was rude and pretty much threw a tantrum. We were then asked to do a quick review with a supervisor, he was much nicer and we told them of the problems. The concierge also setup a tour for Pearl Harbor, that was to include lunch and it did not have lunch and took the whole day, we finally decided to uber back because we were starving and the only food options were snacks at the museum store. We overpaid for the tour, no meal, and out the uber ride. Finally last but not least my wallet was stolen from our hotel room. We spent our last day dealing with the hotel and Honolulu PD reporting the event. Had to get to airport extra early due to no ID. We missed out on snorkeling with Sea turtles on our last day. While the hotel has no control over theft, they have complete control over following up. It has been 3 weeks since this event and I waited to write a review, due to the holidays to give them extra time. No follow up. No credit on our stay, no Hilton points, no reimbursement for what was stolen. I'm completely disgusted, I will advise anyone to stay anywhere else. There is absolutely no customer service. I filled out the survey sent to us via email, so Hilton is well aware of the problem, not just the hotel staff.
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Date of stay: December 2023
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Responded 4 Feb 2024
Aloha stefaniep2024, We sincerely apologize for the unfortunate incident you experienced during your stay with us. The hotel takes this matter seriously, and our Director of Security will ensure you are contacted by our claims department. Please accept our apologies, and if there is anything we can do for you, do not hesitate to contact us. Mahalo,
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hilton Vacation Club The Modern Honolulu
Which popular attractions are close to Hilton Vacation Club The Modern Honolulu?
Nearby attractions include Honolulu Cookie Company (0.3 km), Friday Night Fireworks at Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort (0.3 km), and Duke Kahanamoku Lagoon (0.3 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Hilton Vacation Club The Modern Honolulu?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Hilton Vacation Club The Modern Honolulu?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Hilton Vacation Club The Modern Honolulu?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a poolside bar, and breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Hilton Vacation Club The Modern Honolulu?
Yes, paid private parking on-site and paid private parking nearby are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hilton Vacation Club The Modern Honolulu?
Conveniently located restaurants include Tropical Tribe, goofy cafe & dine, and Lappert's Ice Cream.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Hilton Vacation Club The Modern Honolulu?
Yes, guests have access to a pool and a fitness centre during their stay.
Are any cleaning services offered at Hilton Vacation Club The Modern Honolulu?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Are there any historical sites close to Hilton Vacation Club The Modern Honolulu?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Iolani Palace (3.1 km), Shangri La (5.5 km), and US Army Museum of Hawaii (0.9 km).
Does Hilton Vacation Club The Modern Honolulu have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the harbour view available here.
Is Hilton Vacation Club The Modern Honolulu accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access, reduced mobility rooms, and facilities for disabled guests. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.