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This place is an old, shabby, creepy, depressing victorian mansion. Bad need of upgrades and repairs. The first thing that got to me was the smell. Old, musty, dirty smelling. Made you want to run away and book someplace else. I've read other reviews and...More
After years living in the neighborhood, I finally stayed as a guest at the romantic Manoa Valley Inn. Very helpful couple run the place; great place to chill out. Sleeping with windows open; great to wake up to the scent of plumeria flowers and chirping...More
This must be considered a hidden gem, it's funky and soulful, and nothing like the sterile boxes of Waikiki hotels,that are considerably more money and charge you for parking, where you hardly ever see or even get to chat with anyone, except a front desk...More
The house is a historical landmark with lovely rooms, a heated salt water swimming pool, a beautiful breakfast setting with a variety of fresh fruits, yogurt, breads and muffins served. The hosts were friendly, made us feel welcome, and were very helpful in suggesting restaurants...More
My husband and I stayed here for a week, and coming back to this warm and lovely environment after nights out in Waikiki was the highlight of our trip. My husband needed to work a few hours each day, and he did so on the...More
US$185 - US$236 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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