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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
I enjoyed my 2 night stay here. John and Theresa are welcoming and very interesting hosts.
The serve yourself continental breakfast just enough to start the day.
I loved it because it was so quiet, away from the city noise yet very convenient to restaurants...More
We spent six very pleasant days at Manoa Valley Inn during our stay on Oahu,as part or our around the world trip.John and Theresa were very helpful and accomodating and if we return to Hawaii again we will certainly stay at Manoa Valley Inn.
This year, our third at the Manoa Valley Inn, saw us in the Cooke Room, a large space with a king-sized bed, a ceiling fan and its own bathroom within this house that is on the historic registry on the island of Oahu. Breakfasts on...More
USD 192 - USD 238 (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.