Extra Value: Daily a la carte breakfast for two (restricted to specific categories.)
Family: Kids 17 and under Stay Free.
Directly adjacent to the new International Marketplace, The Laylow is located in the middle of the New Waikiki. Kuhio Avenue is more than just a neighbor to Kalakaua-it is a destination all its own. The low-key, relaxed, and secluded vibe of The Laylow will soon become the best-kept secret spot for the experiential traveler.
An island breeze floats through the expansive, open plan of the second floor, one space flowing seamlessly into the next. A gorgeous blend of natural materials, low-slung lounge furniture, and lush tropical plant-life surround you. The story is in the details. The closer you look, the more the story unfolds. The longer you stay, the deeper your connection to The Laylow.
Mid-Century modern inspiration, present day luxury.With 251 rooms and 12 room types, we offer a wide range of choices from double king connectors to spacious corner suites. Every relaxing room comes fully appointed with Hawaiian Mid-Century modern-inspired furnishings and a private lanai. We have all the modern day amenities you would expect: discreet, convenient USB and electrical outlets and lightning-fast Wi-Fi, all seamlessly integrated into your experience.
Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, Hideout at The Laylow reinvents local favorites in new and exciting ways. With a curated menu of fresh fish, local fruits and vegetables and Hawaiian fusion, there's something to please every appetite. The open air bar on the lanai offers craft Tiki drinks and fresh fruit frozen beverages. Numerous seating options and two fire pits make this the perfect place to spend an hour...or four. Hideout Coffee offers third-wave artisan coffee, espresso and Hawaiian pastries to our guests, making it he ideal spot to meet and plan out the day's itinerary.
General Policies & Fine Print
Check-in Policy - Hotel requires a credit/debit card authorization or cash deposit upon check-in for incidentals; this will place a hold on your funds.
Convention Policy - Individuals attending a convention cannot book this property for their stay. If found attending a convention, guests may be subject to higher room rates upon arrival.
General Information - Room taxes are included in vacation price. Minimum night stay restrictions may apply. Reservation changes may not be permitted unless authorized by the hotel.
Resort Fee - A mandatory hotel-imposed fee is charged and collected by the hotel either at check-in or check-out.
Hotel Mandatory hotel imposed resort fee inclusions:
ØComplimentary Local Calls
ØIn-room high speed internet
ØDaily newspaper in Lobby
ØUnlimited access to fitness room
The above list may not be comprehensive. Mandatory hotel-imposed fees may not include tax and are subject to change. The hotel can provide current fee and inclusions when you check-in.
Customer Ratings & Reviews
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating604 reviews
Thank you Hokulani!
Thank you hokulani for helping me out with all my needs and making sure my stay was extra special! She was quick to answer any questions I had and knew any and all info I needed. She was also very polite and made me feel like I could come to her for anything. Wonderful hotel and staff! 🙂
Great location but it has it’s pluses and minuses
We spent two nights at the Laylow on our way to Tahiti. We wanted a good location, which this is but we also thought that it would be nice and relaxing, which it isn’t. The hotel is very well located for shopping, dining and exploring Waikiki but the area where it is located is very busy and noisy! Our room was on the 8th floor and you could hear a lot of road noise and deliveries starting around 6am every morning. If you are a light sleeper you should look at getting a room on a higher floor. Only other issue is the lack of recognition for Marriott Bonvoy Elite members. We requested a late checkout and the best they would offer was a half hour extension where most Marriott properties offer an hour or two!
Family went on a staycation and choose to go Leilow in Waikiki. Looked cool and good location. The shave ice was really good and helped us cool down. The pool was small and intimate and perfect to just hang out. It was what we were looking for. The international marketplace is right there so lots of shopping and food options. Staff of hotel was good and helpful and really nice. The bartendars were not the most helpful and I had to flag them down to get a drink even at slow times. But still overall was decent enough in service. Cons: The bed was lopsided. After the first night I woke up the next morning feeling un rested and my back felt sore. But kids were excited and we headed out first thing in the morning and spent the whole day swimming and hanging out in Waikiki. Came back after dinner exhausted and was ready to go to bed. The kids were in bed and when I jumped in the bed I realized the left side was lower than the right side. I asked my wife to jump on the bed and she said it was lopsided. At that point I was going to call to switch beds but the kids were sleeping so I just slept on the bed and woke up unrested again but we were checking out and going back home. At this point I probably would have still gave 3 stars since the hotel stay was great, amenities were as expected and the lopsided bed probably minused one star. When I came home I recieved an email on a survey. I participated and expressed how the bed being lopsided was bad and I wouldn’t wish it upon anyone else to sleep on. I mentioned in the survey that I wanted to be contacted via email due to the lopsided bed. No one ever responded. If you are going to have me do a survey on my stay and ask for my opinion then at least follow thru and reach out to me. Not sure if hotel manager gets these survey. If they do then I fault them for not getting back to me. If the hotel managers never get the survey then what is the purpose of having us take them. And because of this I gave a 1 star as this is a service based industry and if Marriott doesn’t take it seriously then they will lose customers because of this.
Everything about The Laylow is beautiful! An unexpected find when searching for boutique hotels in Honolulu, but what a treasure. From the moment I arrived after a long international flight from Australia I was warmly greeted and the staff were exceptional, warm, welcoming and accommodating. This really is something special.
Worst silent room ever
I spend about 100 nights every year in hotels. To get enough sleep being away from home, I typically ask for silent rooms. I did the same in the laylow at the pre-checkin at 8:30 am of the day of arrival, coming back for the checkin at 6pm (doing a day tour in between). What we got is a room directly facing a parking space, on the same floor, with loud music and a constantly working air airconditioning of a shopping center next door, with the elevators in front of the room and a door to our neighbors. I asked for a change after I saw the room, but no way. Really? That is the worst experience I have had in years. After coming from a perfect experience at the Hyatt Waikiki Beach, this is even more disappointing, considering that this hotel is more expensive and much worse located. Just the interior is better, as newly renovated. I do not recommend this hotel, if you like a good night sleep in your holidays.