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We have stayed at many quaint b&b's and love the idea of supporting local businesses while avoiding the tourist-hotel chaos. To our disappointment, this "historic" building has been sadly neglected and the owners appear utterly unconcerned. Duct tape on the front door, shabby bath towels...More
Such a disappoinment! Usually, I love staying at quaint guest houses and enjoying the home comforts that they offer. In this case, I regret not supporting corporate American where at least I can be assured that the room would be clean and are much more...More
We enjoyed our visit at the Manoa Valley Inn so very much. It was like home. When we arrived we realized we needed an additional room. Teresa and John were so kind they scurried to prepare an anitional room for my Grandaughter. We were all...More
We happened upon the Manoa Valley Inn by accident. What a find it was. This historic home is just far enough away from Waikiki to feel like you are enjoying the "real" Hawaii. It is still close enough to be a tourist. After living in...More
My husband and I spent a week enjoying this quite and restful inn. The hosts, Theresa and John, are wonderful, friendly people who take great pride in their historic establishment. Recommended for those who want to get away from the over-crowded and noisy downtown Waikiki...More
US$192 - US$245 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I was talking about driving. Saying that I googled Wakiki and it is a 35 minute walk although it looks like everyone uses the bus if they do not drive. It was about $25 by cab to Wakiki.