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Cutler, ohio
Reviewed 7 January 2011

AWESOME! My husband and I spent two weeks over the holidays at the Manoa Valley Inn and highly recommend it to others. John and Theresa are attentive hosts giving good advice on delicious eateries and visiting the Islands hidden treasures. The location is close to everything, yet feels worlds away from the garish hubbub of Waikiki. The view while eating...

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Santa Monica
Reviewed 6 January 2011

My wife and I stayed stayed at The Manoa Valley Inn for a week. It truly became our home away from home. The owners Teresa & John make their home a VERY special place for Hawaii travelers. This B & B is an historic home with beautiful grounds. The beds are comfortable, the showers are nice and strong and the...

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mtn. rest
Reviewed 30 December 2010

Our trip to Hawaii was enhanced by Manoa Valley Inn. From the beautiful victorian rooms to the warm morning conversation on the viranda with owners and guests, the experience at this getaway made our honetmoon feel like paradise. It is isolated from the city below, yet still close by for convenience. The owners were like our own presonal tour guides...

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usa
Reviewed 18 December 2010

I had high hopes for this bed and breakfast, given options of large hotels in Waikiki but the stay was spotty. The first night was interrupted by police knocking on door of adjacent room and ongoing conversations there. Less than good quality sleep. Housekeeping also less than thorough, second night in another room there was dust on side table and...

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The Manoa Valley Inn earnestly regrets any inconvenience felt by this Guest. In our twelve years of operation, we have never felt it necessary to call the police to our establishment. However, on this occasion, when the Inn was full house another well intentioned guest brought in some outside people to stay the night in a room next to the...

Vancouver, Washington
Reviewed 19 November 2010

The house was so beautiful. We slept well in comfortable beds. The outside porch displays the city lights so beautifully in the evening. We were treated like friends. We reunited with my husbands twin brother . We couldn't have asked for more. We can not wait to see you again.

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Honolulu
Reviewed 8 October 2010

Manoa Valley Inn was a treasure find at this poiint of my life. It was a haven of peace with hosts Theresa and John treating all guests with kindness, consideration and respect for their privacy, occasionally affording special accommodation to guests. I am happy that they treat their guests with a genuine spirit of Aloha from Hawaii.

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Westlake Village, California
Reviewed 29 September 2010

For those who know the true meaning of Aloha; For those that give it and have received it, this is a wonderful stop on your trip. We booked three nights and stayed eight. Teresa and John are now friends and whether we stay with them or not, we will visit. John knows the Island and loves to help everyone find...

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Big Island, Hawaii
Reviewed 26 August 2010

It was my greatest pleasure recently to spend 3 nights at Manoa Valley Inn. Our accommodations were comfortable and clean and the house itself is a craftsman treasure. John and Theresa are gracious hosts. We loved the referrals to local eateries, avoiding the Waikiki crowds, and feasting on fine food with good company.

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Kailua Kona
Reviewed 25 August 2010

Great location. Manoa Valley Inn is close to town but you wouldn't know it. It's so peaceful. Got great recommendations for dinner every night. With their dogs running around it felt like being at home. The house is tucked away among plants and trees with a view of Diamond Head.

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Kailua Kona
Reviewed 23 August 2010

It was such fun to stay in this historic home in Manoa Valley. The breeze swept down through the valley every night and our hosts, John & Teresa gave us excellent tips on where to eat. We had fresh fruit, great coffee and bread and muffins every morning and sat around on the veranda in the late afternoon, enjoying a...

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
The Manoa Valley Inn is a Victorian Inn filled with European antiques with a bit of island flair. This Historic Country Inn is an Oahu landmark located in an exclusive area of Honolulu right by the University of Hawaii. The Manoa Valley Inn was built in 1912 and provides a luxurious and quiet experience away from the din of Waikiki for visitors and local residents alike. The Inn is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The prestigious Country Inn is conveniently located within minutes of Waikiki and the downtown Honolulu business district, yet it is surrounded by the beauty, luxury, and serenity of Manoa Valley. Relax in the quiet of the peaceful and spacious veranda and soak up a bit of Hawaiian nostalgia from years gone by. Stay with us, it's a very special surprise. It is an intimate retreat that provides a unique alternative to resort living. The Manoa Valley Inn has six special, spacious rooms and a charming country cottage waiting for you. We are within walking distance to U.H. Manoa, bus lines, restaurants and theater. Relax in our tropical saltwater heated swimming pool with a soft flowing waterfall located in a secluded garden with many trees and flowers. Breakfast consists of island fresh fruits, yogurt, bread, muffins or bagels, cold cereal, coffee, tea & juice, as well as brown rice, oatmeal with plenty of assorted nuts and dried fruits, a variety of tofu dishes and stir fried vegetables .. eggs when served are from an organic farm run by a family member. We buy local products from local organic farms as much as possible.Our Inn has five permanent guests who are 4 friendly and playful dogs and 1 mysterious black cat! E Komo Mai... Come In, Join Us. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Manoa Valley Inn

Address: 2001 Vancouver Dr, Honolulu, Oahu, HI 96822-2451
Region: United States > Hawaii > Oahu > Honolulu
Price Range: €186 - €251 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Manoa Valley Inn 3*
Number of rooms: 7
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