Ian Schrager's new hotel, the Waikiki Edition, is Honolulu's hub of grooviness. Here, a 24-hour guide.

By Food & Wine
Updated March 31, 2015

A Day at Honolulu's Waikiki Edition Hotel

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8 a.m. in Honolulu

Wake up in your room at the Waikiki Edition. Designed by Yabu-Pushelberg, the rooms have shelves of Hawaiiana like ukuleles.

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9 a.m. in Honolulu

Breakfast at Morimoto Waikiki. Try the Iron Chef's version of the surfer staple loco moto (rice, hamburger and fried egg) with wagyu beef.

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11 a.m. in Honolulu

Pick up an artsy book by Taschen at the supercool Edition Shop.

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Noon in Honolulu

Lounge and lunch at the poolside Sunrise Bar. The pupu menu is from the Morimoto kitchen.

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4 p.m. in Honolulu

Get an aloe-and-cucumber sun-soother treatment at the spa.

7 p.m. in Honolulu

Catch the monthly outdoor movie at Sunset Beach Bar—popcorn and candy are free. The bar also serves a famous mai tai.

9 p.m. in Honolulu

Check out the cool Herbie Fletcher surfboard sculpture while the Lobby Bar's mixologists prepare punch tableside. For a light dinner, the bar menu offers tapas like grilled octopus with chorizo.

Late Night in Honolulu

Party at Crazybox. Ian Schrager channeled his Studio 54 savvy to create this hyper-trendy nightclub.