Information to hotels in Honolulu, Waikiki area can easily be found by looking at some of the resources included on the resource page or online. The logging information I've included here are for places to stay outside of Downtown, Waikiki and are generally not found in information booklets etc.


Manoa Manoa Valley Inn

A three story Country Inn, built in 1919 by John Guild, now on the National Register of Historic Buildings. Has been refurbished and includes continental breakfast, daily newspaper a veranda facing shady yard croquet and billiards.

Address: 2001 Vancouver Drive off University Avenue
Phone: 947-6019, 800-634-5115

AYH Hostel

For more modest lodging at Manoa, a block seaward

Address: 2323A Seaview Avenue.
Phone: 946-0591

B & B Manoa

Further inside the valley, a hillside home with views from the back of the valley all the way to Diamond Head and Waikiki.

Address: 2651 Terrace Drive
Phone: 988-6333


Kailua Beachside Cottage

Five units with ocean view

Phone: 262-4128

B&B Pacific Hawaii

Phone: 262-6026, 800-999-6026

Hawiian Islands Bed and Breakfast

Phone: 261-7895, 800-258-7895.


Schrader's Windward Marine Resort

Phone: 239-5711

Windward B&B

Offers two rooms, home full of original oil paintings, overlooking the bay.

Phone: 235-1124

North Shore

North Shore, Backpackers Vacation Inn and Hostel

Hostel bunk or private rooms, cottages and apartments. Ask about plantation village, lane of homes used for immigration cane workers. Approx. $15-$35 per night.

Address: 59-788 Kam Hwy, Haleiwa
Phone: 638-7838