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Boutique Hotels in Honolulu, HI

Since the dawn of commercial tourism, Honolulu has furnished attractive hotels for every type of traveler. Go out of your way and give a charming, locally-owned Honolulu hotel a try.
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Monoa Valley Inn

A nostalgic Victorian Inn getaway, filled with European antiques and a little island flair.  Built in 1912, the Manoa Valley Inn is a historic landmark in the National Register of Historic Places.  Located in verdant Manoa Valley, you will be in a lush and serene neighborhood that is still just minutes away from the most happening areas of Honolulu.  The tropical saltwater heated swimming pool has a small waterfall and small adjoining garden, while the spacious veranda has white wicker furniture with tropical upholstery.  

Pagoda Hotel & Floating Restaurant

The Pagoda is local family favorite for celebrations, and every local kid can probably remember playing near the Koi ponds and waterfall that surround the famous floating restaurant.   A default hotel for times when money is an object and you want to stay in the middle of Honolulu.  The Pagoda is not in Waikiki, but it is within walking distance of Ala Moana Center, Wal-Mart, and numerous Korean, Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese, Thai, and takeout restaurants.  The Pagoda has been famous since time-immemorial for their buffet.

The Breakers Hotel

A charming, locally owned, small hotel in the middle of Waikiki, blocks from the beach.  Traditional Waikiki-style decor with kitchenettes in every unit and Wasabi Bistro, a Japanese restaurant, downstairs at the poolside.  All rooms and suites open to fragrant Hawaiian air on both sides.  There is wireless internet available in the pool area, and a telephone and television in each room. With only six ranch-style buildings, the entire staff of about a dozen will probably know your name by the end of your stay at the Breakers Hotel.

The Waikiki EDITION

Luxury. Modern. Boutique  . . . on the beach! Stray no further than the brand new Waikiki EDITION for the hottest scene in Honolulu.  Sleek, natural posh awaits you at this one-of-a-kind urban luxe resort, where oversized windows grace the organic luxury of each room.  Sunbathe on lounges wrapped by the pool staff and nibble sorbet, ceviche and other complimentary poolside apertifs.  In the evening, fire pits, long sofas, and plump cushions await on the balconies. The party scene is hot here too;  Iron Chef Morimoto just opened his suave  restaurant at The Waikiki EDITION, moniker, Morimoto.

Waikiki Sand Villa Hotel

Near the Ala Wai Canal in Waikiki, the Waikiki Sand Villa's seventy-foot-long swimming pool is one of the largest in the neighborhood.  Casual Waikiki atmosphere with woody tropical accents subtly decorate the 214 rooms.  Suites with kitchenettes are available, as well as a complimentary Wiki Wiki ("fast") breakfast, served daily.  Complimentary high speed wired or wireless internet.  There is also a spa, business center, and The Sand Bar & Grill restaurant.