Hawaii Bed and Breakfast

Are you planning a vacation to Hawaii? You should know that Hawaii's pleasing tropical climate, as well as laid-back and relaxing Pacific Island atmosphere, make this US state very special.

Hawaii Bed and Breakfast

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Did you know that Hawaii is made up of several volcanic islands located in the Pacific Ocean?

Boasting many of the world’s most popular volcanoes and black sand beaches, Hawaii is full of fun and exciting places to see and amazing things to do. One  of the best things about visiting the state is that you may choose from  6 main Hawaiian Islands. These are Kauai, Oahu, Maui, and Big Island. There are two smaller islands as well: Lanai and Molokai.

Occupying the peaks of huge volcanic mountaintops that jut out from the sea, note that these Hawaiian Islands boast a diverse and pretty landscape. Did you know that the Big Island is gorgeous and home to a huge active volcano?

When planning a fun and fabulous vacation to Hawaii, you have many awesome vacation activities that you can choose from on various islands. Whether you are going to Hawaii for its soft, elegant, and sandy beaches or some Hawaiian adventures, these beautiful islands certainly have you covered so that you can realize your tropical dreams.

For example, you can head to the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park or Kealakekua Bay. Did you know that the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is very popular and brimming with unique volcanic activity? Volcanoes National Park is located on the popular Big Island of Hawaii and offers you a distinct and close-up view of an active volcano with lava seeping from various fissures in the earth.

You will be happy to know that Hawaii is also popular because of its charming and elegant bed and breakfasts. These Hawaii Bed and Breakfast options offer you a beautiful setting that’s more desirable and intimate than most resorts and hotels. For example, Oahu has almost every type of inn that you can think of, ranging from  low-key walk-ups to high-end and luxurious resorts. There is no shortage  of amazing bed and breakfasts in Hawaii.

The Holualoa Inn, for  example, is well-known for its posh and lushly furnished rooms that  feature fine art. You can enjoy lavish and hearty breakfasts and spend  an afternoon in a sunset-facing pool.

    Natural Features

  • If you want to explore nature, you will not go wrong with Waikiki  Beach. Did you know that the famous and serene Waikiki Beach drew the  queens and kings of the notable Hawaiian archipelago to its beautiful shores? If you are a brave traveler making your way to the amazing hub of the popular Aloha State, then shark diving must be one of the things on your bucket list!

    If you are on the road to Hana, note that Maui’s  pretty and splendid coastline is one of the best backdrops for a day  filled with fun and adventure. It is worth noting that from jungles and  rainforests to amazing desert-like landscapes, the diverse and relaxing  nature of the island will always keep you in awe.

  • Things to do

  • There is no doubt that snorkeling is one of the top activities in Hawaii. You should travel to one of the stunning Hawaiian Islands, such as Honu, for the next vacation in Hawaii, and make sure that you book a fun snorkel tour for you as well as your friends or family. You will also enjoy breathtaking ocean views. You can also visit Pahoa and swim or snorkel through pretty and vibrant coral by visiting Kapoho  Tide Pools. You should view the Waimea Canyon State Park. The park is  famous as the "Grand Canyon of the Pacific."Did you know that the canyon  stretches more than 10 miles long, reaching depths of about 3,600  feet?

    Other tourist hotspots include Kilauea, Oahu, and Kauai. You will be happy to know that the dramatic pinnacles and cliffs of Kauai’s Na Pali Coast have also served as perfect backdrops for many Hollywood films. And don’t miss Lahaina as it is one of the state’s most interesting and amazing historic towns. You can munch on Macadamia nuts when you are taking part in these activities.

    If you want to stay in a comfy bed and breakfast where gentle ocean breezes and a serene environment await you, you should book your stay at the famous Ka'awa Loa Plantation.

  • Weather

  • When planning a vacation to one of the Hawaiian Islands, note that the first thing most travelers like to know is the most suitable time to travel. Did you know that Hawaii’s  weather is usually warm throughout the year? Note that daytime high  temperatures in the state range from about 78 F in the cold months to  about 88 F in the hot months?

    You will be happy to know that excellent snorkeling and swimming are possible in Hawaii year-round. However, note that during summer months, waves are smaller,  and water is warmer, which makes conditions perfect for most  water-based activities. Also, note that Hawaii’s closeness to the equator usually means that the weather in Hawaii is tropically warm and quite consistent year-round.

  • History

  • Did you know that the history of Hawaii all  starts with a big volcano right in the center of the sea? Also, note  that the first inhabitants of the state might have reached these islands  from the famous Marquesas Islands in 300 CE. Keep in mind that contact  with and early settlement by Tahitians started in the ninth century CE.

    Did you know that the Hawaiian Islands really span several thousands of miles? And each island sprouts up over  a unique volcanic “hotspot” in the huge Pacific Ocean. Also, note  that James Cook led the Europeans, who were the first imperialistic  groups that arrived in Hawaii back in 1778.

  • Activities

  • There are many fun activities you can take part in when you are in Hawaii. You can visit the historic Kona Coffee Living History Farm. Did you know that it is one of the coffee farms that are fully dedicated to the rich history and many traditions of local coffee farming? The farm is located in Captain Cook, Hawaii. You can also visit the famous Hilo Bay Beachfront Park. It is among the longest and prettiest beaches on Hawaii’s Big Island.

    If  you are feeling adventurous, you can also scuba dive or snorkel with  manta rays, especially at night. Keep in mind that north of Kailua-Kona on Hawaii’s Big Island is a huge bay where manta rays regularly come to feed. You can also head to a volcano village on Hawaii Island.

    If you are visiting Kulaniapia, you have to rappel down the Kulaniapia Falls. The best thing is that you’ll feel the incredible power of Hawaii's biggest privately accessible waterfall. You cannot miss Honolulu’s Chinatown if you are in Hawaii.   The district is amazing and pulses with energy and life at various  spots, such as the fantastic Maunakea Marketplace. You will be amazed by  the sights and smells of stacks of fresh tropical fruits as well as delicious soy-sautéed meats. Hale Kai and Wailuku are two other popular tourist spots in Hawaii.

  • Food and Drink

  • With a favorable and pleasant growing season and quick access to the  ocean’s rich bounty, note that the availability of local and fresh  ingredients makes Hawaii any restaurateur’s dream. For example, did you know that the Hawaiian Islands, such as Oahu, yield some of the tastiest and freshest seafood?

    Also, note that Hawaiian cuisine and dishes range from conventional poke and BBQ to various cuisines of Asian influence.

    From upscale and oceanfront restaurants to several underrated roadside eateries, note that the gorgeous Hawaiian Islands have many incredible restaurants that you will love. For example, MW Honolulu is excellent and serves conventional Hawaiian as well as classic American dishes. Keep in mind that some of its most  popular and delicious dishes include the yummy pork chop carefully  glazed with kimchi, and the opakapaka, a tasty local snapper lightly  fried and expertly crusted in mocha.

Hawaii Bed and Breakfast FAQ

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  • Why stay at a B&B in Hawaii?

    Staying at a Hawaiian bed and breakfast is one of the best lodging choices when you are looking for a relaxing escape or getaway. The best thing is that you can easily find B&Bs in Hawaii nearly anywhere you go, providing considerably better value than most hotels. Note that when you stay at a local bed and breakfast in Hawaii, you will enjoy a unique, comfy, and homey experience.

    For example, you can check-in at the wonderful Manoa Valley Inn. The inn is quite close to Waikiki so  that you can have all the fun and entertainment you need. Did you know  that large and elegant suites outfitted expertly with antiques as well  as original features provide equal parts Edwardian and Hawaiian charm?

  • What are the different types of B&Bs in Hawaii?

    There are many types of B&Bs in Hawaii. For example, one of the best bed and breakfast in Hawaii is the Ka’awa Loa Plantation. It is located on the expansive grounds of a five-acre tropical fruit and coffee farm. The BnB is located eight miles South of Kailua-Kona and at an elevation of about 1,200 feet. You will enjoy temperate temperatures as well as fantastic views of the ocean and the Kealakekua Bay.

    Holualoa Inn is another great option. Some of the famous and top-rated bed and breakfast in Maui, Hawaii, and bed and breakfast in Hilo, Hawaii are Maui Garden Oasis and the Plantation Inn.

    Bed and breakfast in Oahu, Hawaii, are amazing. Some of the notable ones are Manoa Valley Inn and Hula Breeze B&B. Bed and breakfast in Kona, Hawaii, are excellent as they provide you with a perfect getaway. On the other hand, bed, and breakfast in Volcano, Hawaii, includes Volcano Village Lodge and Lotus Garden Cottages.

    Mango Sunset BnB at Lyman Farms is another great option if you are looking for luxurious rooms and a  tasty breakfast. Sheffield House Bed & Breakfast is a cozy and  lavish B&B located close to Kailua Beach. The inn has two units  featuring private entrances and relaxing baths, air conditioning,  kitchenettes, and beachy furniture.

    The bnbfinder Diamond Collection is a prestigious and exclusive group of highly-rated or professionally inspected luxury bed and breakfasts and inns.

    And  all members of the bnbfinder Diamond Collection have to pass a  professional inspection performed by an industry-recognized inspection  agency. Don’t forget to inform the innkeeper you found them through the bnbfinder Diamond Collection!

  • What type of amenities can I expect when booking a Hawaii Bed and Breakfast?

    At one time or another, you may have stayed at a hotel or resort  where you could not get anybody’s attention. However, this will not  happen if you stay at a local bed and breakfast in Hawaii. Rather, innkeepers at these facilities go the extra mile in order to make sure that you feel comfortable and welcome.

    Also, they are always available to help and guide you whenever you need it. Many oceanfront inns in Hawaii offer you splendid views.

    Some of the other amenities and services you will find at these Hawaii inns are:

    ü  Free Wi-Fi

    ü  Concierge

    ü  Guest rooms

  • How can I get around Hawaii?

    Did you know that there are several different ways to conveniently get around and fully explore the gorgeous state of Hawaii? Although a few modes of transportation in Hawaii are quite obvious, there might be a couple of others that may surprise  you.  In many islands, you may easily get around by taxi, shuttle, or a  ride-sharing app like Lyft or Uber.

    You  will be glad to know that car rentals are easily available at all the  airports in the state and in larger cities and towns. For most visitors,  renting a car for their Hawaii vacation is one of the easiest ways to get around. Renting a car is  also the most convenient mode of transportation from and to your lodging  - particularly on the Hawaiian Islands with restricted public transportation.

    You will also find taxis throughout Honolulu and many larger cities on the Big Island and Maui, as well as many busier tourist spots on all of the main islands.

    Note  that taking a convenient shuttle in order to get to and from any major  airport can be the most affordable option for you, depending on whether  you are traveling to Hawaii alone or with a group. You can also use an inter-island ferry service to get around Hawaii. The Expeditions Lanai Passenger Ferry is a good option between Manele Bay in Lanai and Lahaina Harbor in Maui. Note that the ferry service has 5 departures from Lanai and 5 from Lahaina.