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Experience 1960's Hawaiian Beach Culture At 'The Surfjack' Hotel In Honolulu — Photos!

Jan. 9 2023, Updated 12:54 p.m. ET

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Looking to escape for a beach getaway in Honolulu? Look no further than a stay at The Surfjack Hotel. The 112-key design-centric property draws from the 1960's beach culture and features one-bedroom bungalows, one and two-bedroom suites, and is home to the famed Mahina & Sun's Restaurant that is Honolulu hotspot — even former President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama dined there on their Honolulu vacation.

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The property draws inspiration from the early '60s beach culture and features a curated collection of local design elements, like vintage upholstery by the legendary Tori Richards, handcrafted wallpaper by Andew Mau, a living fern installation by Paiko, and hand painted lettering of the cheeky postcard phrase “Wish you were here” by Matt Tapia at the bottom of the pool.

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Guest rooms are inspired by the North Shore surf bungalows of vintage Oahu with reed ceilings, batten walls, hanging pendants and oversized, custom-tiled bathrooms. These stylish rooms are a haven for adventurists and urban travelers — and spark a sense of exploration and excitement. You'll feel like you're living in a vintage '60s Hawaiian dream in any one of these perfectly designed beach culture rooms.

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Home to the acclaimed Mahina and Sun’s, a restaurant focusing on “local first, organic whenever possible and aloha always,” Chef Erik Leong take guests on a culinary journey inspired by Hawaii’s people and places. His menu offers approachable dishes that utilize the best ingredients to create a flavor journey that will remind every local boy or girl of their childhood kitchen. In addition to the Obama's, other celebrities who have dined at the restaurant include famed pro surfer Kelly Slater.

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But if you feel like just relaxing by the pool and sipping on a cocktail? Look no further than The Swim Club, a meeting place for both travelers and locals serving high-end cocktails by Bar Czar Christian Taibi and light fare along with live entertainment every night! A stay at The Surfjack isn't complete without a visit to the infamous Silent Disco by the Pool led by DJ James Cole. It's the silent disco that even the locals will tell you everyone needs to experience at least once.

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Wanting to have a Honolulu holiday, but feeling guilty about leaving your beloved loved pup at home? The Surfjack allows you to bring your pet along to enjoy the vacation with you, as Waikiki’s most pet-friendly hotel with no additional feels or weight limits. The Surfjack also has a designated hotel dog, Jack, who is a local celebrity. Grabbing a photo with this dog is definitely an Instagram-worthy opportunity for all guests.

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Jack ,the Surfjack celebrity dog.

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The Surfjack guests are the explorers, wayfarers, and individualists that are looking to immerse themselves in local culture and search for experiences that are off the beaten path. If you're looking for a hotel experience that's fully immersive in Hawaii's culture, as well as wanting to feel like your apart of the community, than The Surfjack is a Hawaiian stay that will not disappoint.

Visit https://surfjack.com/ to book your getaway and experience today.

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