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Hideout at The Laylow
It’s amazing how a slight change in elevation can result in a major shift in energy. Such is the case at Hideout, the oasislike restaurant at The Laylow hotel perched two stories above busy Kūhiō Avenue in Waikīkī. A quick trip up the palm-lined escalator lands you in a world of soft coral and ocean hues, earthy textures and midcentury modern details—a welcome respite from the crowds below. To create its breezy island take on the design style, Portland studio Official MFg. Co. took cues from architect and master of Hawai‘i modernism Vladimir Ossipoff, employing terracotta breeze blocks in the main dining space and a marmoreal bar top, tambour finishes and vintage slatted Arthur Umanoff stools in the bar-lounge.—BT
The Laylow, Autograph Collection, 2299 Kūhiō Ave.,