The Manoa Valley Inn is Hawaii's longest operating Victorian Bed and Breakfast, pairing a historic experience with modern comfort! Built in 1912, we're a Honolulu landmark located in an exclusive area of Honolulu providing a luxurious and quiet experience away from hectic Waikiki for visitors and local residents alike.
Conveniently located within minutes of Waikiki and the downtown Honolulu business district in the peaceful and relaxing Manoa Valley. With seven special, spacious rooms waiting for you, we're within walking distance to U.H. Manoa, bus lines, restaurants and theater.
When you're with us, you're family. Free Parking, full A/C, Cable TV, WiFi and a full breakfast each morning. No resort fees, EVER. E Komo Mai, we're looking forward to having you as guests!
I booked this hotel before Covid hit, cancelled well within their policy to get your money back. I've called,emailed and texted the owners. I got a response on the text that said - your check is in the mail. A month later, no check. I text again, and they again say check is in mail. To this day , I haven't received a check. I canceled in March.
Honolulu is dominated by the Waikiki high-rise hotels. If that doesn't appeal to you, the Manoa Valley Inn offers a pleasant and affordable alternative. It's an historic property that's an island of green in an otherwise unremarkable area two blocks from the University of Hawaii. Breakfast was excellent, and was served on a lovely terrace that's nearly overgrown with orchards and other plants. There's a garden area and pool in the back as well, though they're not well cared for. As B&B's go, Manova Valley has some shortcomings. Parking is very tight, so don't arrive in a Hummer and hog a space and a half. The room we had was nice enough and big enough for two, and it had a good bed. But the furnishings were well-worn and the shower/bath was substandard. The on-site management owns friendly dogs and they (the dogs) show up from time to time, which I personally didn't care for. The Inn is walking distance to the University but not much else, so finding good restaurants nearby where you can also park is a real challenge (and a common problem throughout Honolulu). I'm glad we chose this over the Waikiki skyscrapers, but Manoa Valley could use some attention to make it a first-rate B&B experience.…
I gave this bnb a full 5 because it achieves what it sets out to do. A sanctuary away from the brutal( not my words, a locals) high rises of Waikiki. The Inn is not a brand new glossy hotel of which you are in 1 room of hundreds but it does have a comfy bed,a/c and a wonderful substantial breakfast. it is a family home that is welcoming and a delight to return home to at the end of the day. I had a room at the top, my bathroom had a slanted roof so if you are tall maybe mention this to get an appropriate space for you. Given the time of year I visited I didn't even need the a/c as I was able to open the windows in my room for the breeze off the mountains. The staff are very friendly, polite and accommodating. Hopefully I will return one day!
The staff did not speak English very well. There were dogs in the public spaces. There was a definite smell of dog urine in the porch area. The area did not look like pictures. We left but were given a refund. My only reason for giving it a poor not terrible rating
So glad I found this gem! The rooms are spacious and lovely (a few too many knick knacks, but no big deal). The property is beautifully maintained which makes it feel like you’re walking into a botanical garden, right in the middle of the city. The staff was friendly and helpful - they even packed me coffee and food to go on the morning I had to leave before 7:00. The food itself is delicious and plentiful: eggs and pancakes made to order, meat, potatoes, cooked vegetables, rice, bread, fresh fruit and juice, and coffee. A perfect alternative to the crowded, touristy beach scene.