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Hawaii

The state of Hawaii was made a part of the United States of America in August of 1959. It is the 50th state to have been sanctioned. The area is well known as a tourist location for those who are looking for a tropical escape onto an island. There are many beaches, hiking trails, forests, and even volcanos on the various islands that make up the region. Local residents have nicknamed Hawaii the "Aloha State". Another nickname Hawaii has been given is the "Paradise of the Pacific." Hawaii is about 2,400 miles away from San Francisco in a southwest direction. It is about 1,520 miles long, consisting of eight main islands-Hawaii, Kahoolawe, Maui, Lanai, Molokai, Oahu, Kauai, and Niihau.[1] The capital of Hawaii is Honolulu, which is in the top 60 biggest cities in America. Pearl Harbor, an American lagoon harbor famous for its part in World Ward II, is located in the west part of Honolulu and is a popular location for those visiting the state.[5] 

What Hawaii is known for


Hawaii has been a state in the United States of America for just over sixty years, entering statehood on August 21, 1959. The region is about 2,400 miles away from San Francisco across the North Pacific Ocean and making it the southernmost state of America. Hawaii's name likely comes from the word "Owhyhee," which is the traditional home of the Polynesian people, but the truth about where the zone's name comes from is relatively unknown. Nick-names have also been given to the state, mainly the "Aloha State" and the "Paradise of the Pacific." Both of these outline the friendly invitation that the state gives to all of those who are looking for an island to escape to away from the rest of the world.[6] 

The population of Hawaii sits around 1.42 million people, with about 24% of the population being in Honolulu.[7] Honolulu is the capital of the state of Hawaii, its name means “sheltered harbor” or “calm port” in the Hawaiian language. Honolulu has a population of about 345,000 people, placing it in the top 60 most populated cities in the United States. There are many sites and destinations that people can visit when traveling around this city. One of these is the American lagoon harbor called Pearl Harbor. This harbor is located on the west side of Honolulu. The famous USS Arizona Memorial resides at this location, which is the resting place of over 1,100 of the sailors who were located at the base when it was surprise-attacked by Japanese planes during World War II. Many people visit this memorial to remember those who fell and the sacrifices made by all who then participated in the war.[5] 

Other specific places that tourists can visit include Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Waikiki Beach, and Waimoku Falls. The Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is located on the big island of Hawaii and elevates from sea level up to 13,677 feet, offering opportunities for hiking and exploration to those hoping to participate in these activities. One unique aspect of the national park is that it is a designated International Biosphere Reserve and UNESCO World Heritage Site. The park also contains two of the world's most active volcanoes, named Kilauea and Mauna Loa. Waimoku Falls is located in Haleakala National Park on the island of Maui. This waterfall is one of the many places that people can visit while exploring the national park.[4]

Waikiki beach is unique when compared to the many state parks and forests on the Hawaiian islands. Waikiki is located on the island of Oahu and stretches out for two miles. It is famous for its white sand and light turquoise-colored beaches. Many tourists will go to this beach to spend time surfing on the waves, swimming or paddleboarding through the temperate water, fishing, and feeling the fine sand under their feet. This location has become very famous for not just those in the United States but also for many people across the world.[8]

If the beaches or volcanoes aren't what visitors are looking for, they could always explore one of the many state forests in Hawaii. The area has a relatively large amount of these, capping off at 19.[1] Some of these forests include Hilo Forest Reserve, Hauula Forest Reserve, Ka‘u Forest Reserve, Kapapala Forest Reserve, and others. All of these include hiking trails, opportunities for exploration, and many scenic views.[9] Waipio Valley, translated as "curved water," is another place that can be visited when traveling throughout Hawaii. Waipio Valley is a historically significant spot to the people who are native to Hawaii, named for the river that runs through it. Other activities that can be taken advantage of include helicopter tours throughout the islands and over the forests, guided expeditions through the forests, boat excursions, and more.[10] 

Geography


Due to Hawaii being an island chain in the Pacific Ocean, it is the southernmost state in the United States of America by a significant margin. The closest state to it is California, which is over two thousand miles away. Hawaii itself is about 1,520 miles long. The region is made up of a group of 8 islands close together; these eight islands are Hawaii, Kahoolawe, Maui, Lanai, Molokai, Oahu, Kauai, and Niihau. Because of its distance from the rest of America, Hawaii has a time zone of its own, Hawaiian Standard Time, and they do not observe Daylight Savings Time.[1] The population of the area is about 1.42 million people. The majority of the population consists of Asian natives and Caucasian individuals. Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander people only take up about 10% of the population in the state. The most common occupation consists mainly of education in elementary and secondary schools, but close after that are general medical and surgical hospitals.[7]

The region is home to much more life than simply that of people. Hawaii has hundreds of different plant and animal species throughout each of the islands, relying on the islands for shelter and food. The state bird is the nene, also known as the Hawaiian goose. The state animal is the humpback whale, and the state flower is the yellow hibiscus.[1] Other animals that can be found on the islands are the green sea turtle, gold dust day gecko, red jungle fowl, small Indian mongoose, and more. Some other plants that can be found on the land are palm trees, beach naupaka, pukiawe, and thatch screwpine. With the large array of plant and animal life that mixes throughout the area, it is perhaps easy to see the islands as the tropical getaway that they claim to be.[11]

Besides the plants and animals that people see as they explore Hawaii, the people there also grow many crops and livestock to help in the economy. The main livestock products that are in the region are beef cattle, dairy, eggs, and hogs. The main crops that are grown in the area include large amounts of flowers, coffee, bananas, avocados, macadamia nuts, guavas, tomatoes, papayas, and a variety of other fruits. Some vegetables commonly grown are corn, beans, lettuce, potatoes, and taro. The most valuable crops grown in Hawaii are sugar cane and pineapples.[15]

The climate of Hawaii doesn't change very often. There are two main seasons in the zone, mainly summer and winter. The average temperature during the summertime is about 85 degrees, while the average temperature in the winter is about 78 degrees. During the winter months (November through April) there is often an abundance of rain.[12] Honolulu, the state capital, gets an average of 49 inches of rain per year, which is above the U.S. average by more than 10 inches. It rarely, if ever, snows in the area.[13] Because of this short winter season, the best time to visit the state is pretty long. The months of March through September are the recommended times to visit in order to avoid too much rain and be there for the sunnier months.[14]

In today's Hawaiian culture, there are many messages and pursuits that focus on finding peace and calm in a fast-paced world. The word aloha symbolizes being in the present and connected to one's life. This philosophy teaches lessons of kindness, peace, compassion, and responsibility to all of those who are raised on the islands. Many of these same lessons are expressed in the culture of Hawaii through chants, music, the famous hula dance, arts, cultural practices, and hospitality.[16]

History


The state of Hawaii was first settled by Polynesian people who were sailing from other Pacific islands between A.D. 300 and 600.[17] These Polynesian people lived in small communities throughout the islands, thriving as highly skilled farmers and fishermen. They were ruled by chieftains and occasionally battled each other for more territory. In 1778, a British sea captain by the name of James Cook visited the islands, being the first European to set foot on the islands. Years later, between 1792-1810, the king at the time, King Kamehameha, conquered enough of the other rulers on the islands to unite them into a single kingdom. Because of this feat, Hawaiians to this day still celebrate his achievement on June 11 each year.[18]

After that uniting, more and more people visited the islands. The first Christian missionaries approached Hawaii in 1820, followed by western traders and whalers. Sadly, many of these people brought unfamiliar diseases with them to the region, reducing much of the Hawaiian population at the time. By the year 1893, colonists from the United States were controlling Hawaii's sugar cane economy, and they overthrew the kingdom that was there, establishing the Republic of Hawaii, which was later made a U.S. territory. During its time as a territory is when the attack of Pearl Harbor occurred, marking the day of the United States' entrance into World War II.[18] The territory was made a part of the United States of America in the year 1959 as the 50th state accepted into the union.[17]

Top Bed and Breakfasts in Hawaii, United States

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#1

Aloha Guest House

Captain Cook, Hawaii
4.9 (500 Reviews)

#2

Ala Kai Bed and Breakfast

Kea'au, Hawaii
4.9 (221 Reviews)

The Ala Kai Bed and Breakfast is located thirty minutes from Hilo, Hawaii. The property has two buildings, namely the main plantation-style house with two suites and a separate smaller cottage a short walk away. Breakfast is served daily using many different fruits that are grown in a garden that sits on the property as well. The current owners, Erich and Suzanne, have a goal of "creating an experience that is amazing," for the people who stay at their bed and breakfast. One of the things that are frequently mentioned in reviews of the Ala Kai is an appreciation of the recommendations Erich and Suzanne have for places to visit in the surrounding area.

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#3

What A Wonderful World Bed and Breakfast

Kihei, Hawaii
4.8 (125 Reviews)

What a Wonderful World Bed and Breakfast is situated on Maui near the beach. In the small town of Kihei, the property sits on one acre and has a 5000 square foot home. There are 4 suites, each with a unique name and style of a beachside Hawaiian home. Each suite has a private bath and a queen or king-sized bed. Guests are provided a breakfast basket with various pastries, fruit, drinks, and entrees. The owners of the property strive to create an atmosphere where guests can relax and hope that they can enjoy themselves on the island. Many of the business's guests are couples, however, the bed and breakfast is family-friendly. The establishment is often busiest during the summer and fall months but often gets many guests during the winter as well. What a Wonderful World was established in 1995 and was a goal for the owners for several years.

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#4

Kane Plantation Guesthouse

Honaunau, Hawaii
4.7 (248 Reviews)

#5

The Kimos' Ohanas

Pahoa, Hawaii
4.7 (24 Reviews)

#6

Old Hawaiian Bed & Breakfast

Hilo, Hawaii
4.6 (230 Reviews)

The Old Hawaiian Bed and Breakfast is located in Hilo, Hawaii, just a few miles off the coast of northeastern Hawaii (island). The bed and breakfast has three guest rooms and access to a variety of amenities, including refrigerator access, tea/coffee, umbrellas, beach towels, and free parking. The property is most known for its breakfasts, which involve homemade bread, locally grown fruit, and smoothies. Lory Hunter, the owner of the property, converted the home into a bed and breakfast in the year 2000 and has been updating and taking care of it ever since.

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#7

At the Beach with Friends

Hilo, Hawaii
4.5 (86 Reviews)

#8

Kona Hawaii Guest House and Healing Workshop

Kailua Kona, Hawaii
3.6 (24 Reviews)

#9

Lava Lava Beach Club

Waikoloa, Hawaii
4.5 (1 Reviews)

#10

Horizon Guest House

Honaunau, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#11

Mango Sunset Bed and Breakfast Inn

Kailua Kona, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#12

Pillows In Paradise

Kailua, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#13

Paradise Palms Bed and Breakfast

Kailua, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#14

Aloha Bed and Breakfast

Honolulu, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#15

Beach Lane Bed and Breakfast

Kailua, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#16

Papaya Paradise

Kailua, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#17

Hale Maluhia Country Inn

Kailua Kona, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#18

Wailuku Guesthouse

Wailuku, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#19

The Butterfly Inn

Kurtistown, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#20

Volcano Mist Cottage

Volcano, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#21

Ala'aina Ocean Vista

Hana, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#22

Green Goose Lodge

Volcano, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#23

Camp Aloha Bed and Breakfast

Captain Cook, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#24

The Plantation Inn

Lahaina, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#25

An Upcountry Bed and Breakfast

Kula, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#26

Old Lahaina House

Lahaina, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#27

Maui Guest House

Lahaina, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#28

The Inn at Kulaniapia Falls

Hilo, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#29

Two Mermaids On Maui Bed and Breakfast

Kihei, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#30

Pilialoha Bed and Breakfast Cottage

Haiku, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#31

Eva Villa

Kihei, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#32

Waipio Wayside Inn

Honokaa, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#33

Holmes Sweet Home

Hilo, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#34

The Palms Cliff House Inn

Honomu, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#35

The Bay House Bed and Breakfast

Hilo, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#36

Kalani Oceanside Retreat

Pahoa, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#37

At the End of the Road Bed and Breakfast

Volcano, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#38

Kalaekilohana Inn & Retreat

Naalehu, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#39

A Beautiful Edge of the World Bed and Breakfast

Captain Cook, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#40

Hale Ho'ola Bed and Breakfast

Captain Cook, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#41

Hawaii Beach Homes

Honolulu, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#42

Hale Ho'onanea Bed and Breakfast

Kamuela, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#43

Hale Ohia Cottages

Volcano, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#44

The Volcano Teapot Cottage Bed and Breakfast

Volcano, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#45

Volcano Rainforest Retreat Bed and Breakfast

Volcano, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#46

Aloha Junction Bed and Breakfast

Volcano, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#47

Macadamia Meadows Farm Bed and Breakfast

Naalehu, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#48

Puako Bed and Breakfast

Kamuela, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#49

Ho'oilo House

Lahaina, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#50

Spyglass

Paia, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#51

Maui Tradewinds

Haiku, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#52

Hawaii's Hidden Hideaway

Kailua, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#53

Manu Mele Bed and Breakfast

Kailua, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#54

North Shore Look Out

Makawao, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#55

Kula Lodge

Maui, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#56

Penny's Place Inn Paradise

Lahaina, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#57

Cedar House Bed and Breakfast and Coffee Farm

Captain Cook, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#58

Pomaika'i "Lucky" Farm Bed and Breakfast

Captain Cook, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#59

Belle Vue Kona Bed and Breakfast

Kealakekua, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#60

Kealakekua Bay Bed and Breakfast

Kealakekua, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#61

Orchid Tree Bed and Breakfast

Hilo, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#62

Bed and Breakfast Mountain View

Mountain View, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#63

Lava Tree Tropic Inn

Pahoa, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#64

Hale Moana Bed and Breakfast

Pahoa, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#65

Coconut Cottage

Pahoa, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#66

At the Crater's Edge

Hawaii National Park, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#67

Poipu Plantation Bed and Breakfast and Vacation Rental Suites

Koloa, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#68

Banyan Bed and Breakfast

Makawao, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#69

Hale Kai Hawaii Bed and Breakfast

Hilo, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#70

Aloha Place - Inn of Volcano

Volcano, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#71

The Artist Cottage at Volcano Garden Arts

Volcano, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#72

Island Goode's

Papaikou, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#73

Makai Hale

Kamuela, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#74

The Country Goose

Volcano, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#75

The Chalet Kilauea Collection

Volcano, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#76

Mokulani Properties

Waialua, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#77

Diamond Head B and B

Honolulu, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#78

Maui Sunseeker LBGT Resort

Kihei, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#79

Inn at Mama's Fish House

Paia, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#80

Ohia House Bed and Breakfast

Pahoa, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#81

Honu Kai Bed and Breakfast

Kailua Kona, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#82

Hobbit House

Waiohino, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#83

Your Hawaiian Retreat

Pahoa, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#84

Kamuela Inn

Kamuela, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#85

Keolamauloa

Paauilo, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#86

Pineapple Inn

Kihei, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#87

Dreams Come True on Maui Bed and Breakfast

Kihei, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#88

Ekena

Hana, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#89

Makai Inn

Lahaina, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#90

Baby Pigs Crossing Bed and Breakfast

Hana, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#91

Castle in Hawaii

Pahoa, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#92

Da Log House

Kurtistown, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#93

Hale Puka 'Ana

Kekaha, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#94

Nona Lani Cottages

Kihei, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#95

Secret Falls Retreat

Kapaa, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#96

Kauai International Hostel

Kapaa, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#97

Kakalina's Bed and Breakfast

Kapaa, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#98

Bed and Breakfast Hawaii

Kapaa, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#99

Hale O Nanakai Kauai Bed and Breakfast

Kalaheo, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#100

Kalaheo Inn

Kalaheo, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#101

Classic Vacation Cottages

Kalaheo, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#102

Seaview Suite Bed and Breakfast

Kalaheo, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#103

Seaside Hawaiian Hostel

Honolulu, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#104

Kona Bayview Inn

Honaunau, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#105

Mountain Meadow Ranch Bed and Breakfast

Honokaa, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#106

At the Beach with Friends Bed and Breakfast

Hilo, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#107

Hilo Tropical Gardens

Hilo, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#108

Tradewind Tropicals

Hana, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#109

Hana Accomodations

Hana, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#110

Kalalau Bed and Breakfast

Hanalei, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#111

Waimea Plantation Cottages

Hanalei, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#112

Hilo Seaside Hotel

Hilo, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#113

Volcano Bed and Breakfast

Volcano, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#114

Country Goose Bed and Breakfast

Volcano, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#115

Banana Bungalow Maui Hostel

Wailuku, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#116

Tara Firma Inn - Volcano

Volcano, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#117

Volcano Forest Inn

Volcano, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#118

Aloha Rainbow Cottage

Makawao, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#119

Marjorie's Kauai Inn a bed and Breakfast

Koloa, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#120

Kauai Cove Cottages

Koloa, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#121

The Palmwood Inn

Kilauea, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#122

Maui Meadows Guest House

Kihei, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#123

Ka'awa Loa Plantation

Captain Cook, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#124

Waipio Rim Bed and Breakfast

Honokaa, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#125

Kohala Village Inn

Hawi, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#126

Aloha Crater Lodge & Lava Tube tours

Volcano, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#127

Hawaii Kailani

Kapaa, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#128

The Blue Goose Bed and Breakfast

Maunaloa, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#129

Hale Huanani

Kihei, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#130

Ocean Breeze Hideaway

Kihei, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#131

Bamboo Valley Inn

Haiku, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#132

Kauai Banyan Inn

Lawai, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#133

Hale Kua Bed and Breakfast

Lawai, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#134

Hale Kiapa of Hanalei

Hanalei, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#135

Shangri-Lei Bed and Beverage

Ocean View, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#136

Leilani Bed and Breakfast

Ocean View, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#137

Lilikoi Inn

Kailua Kona, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#138

Bears' Place Guest House

Kailua Kona, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#139

Kehena Kai

kehena beach, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#140

Tiki Wa Guest House

Captain Cook, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#141

Seekers' Hive LLC

Keaau, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#142

Malaekahana Beach Campground

Kailua, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#143

Hawi Plantation House B and B

Hawi, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#144

5th Street Ohana

Volcano, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#145

Pineapple Ohana

Kailua, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#146

Bamboo Orchid Cottage Bed & Breakfast

Hawaii National Park, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#147

Haleakala B&B

Holualoa, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#148

Hawi Plantation House and Estate

Hawi, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#149

Royal Hawaiian Cultural center

Honolulu,, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#150

Mahana House

Hakalau, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#151

The Hale Pau Hana

Kihei, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#152

North Shore Hostel

Wailuku, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#153

Mermaid Dreams Bed & Breakfast

Captain Cook, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#154

Hale 'Ohu Bed & Breakfast

Eden Roc, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#155

Volcano Hale (Chalet Kilauea Collection)

Pahala, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#156

Akiko's Buddhist Bed & Breakfast

Hakalau, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#157

Aloha Bed And Breakfast

Honolulu, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#158

Big Island B & B - Honomū, Hawaiʻi

Honomu, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#159

Bed And Breakfast on Waimanalo Beach

Kailua Beach, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#160

Dancing Turtle B&B

Kihei, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#161

Dreams Come True on Maui Bed and Breakfast

Kihei, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#162

Hale Ho'ola B&B

Captain Cook, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#163

Gay Hawaii Bed and Breakfast/Vacation Guest House

Pāhoa, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#164

Hale Hualalai Bed & Breakfast

Holualoa, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#165

Hale Lamalama Ka'ili Bed & Breakfast

Hilo, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#166

Hawaii's Best Bed & Breakfast

Kailua, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#167

Hawaii Lalala Guest House Bed & Breakfast

Pāhoa, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#168

Hawaii Belt Coffee Garden B&B

Captain Cook, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#169

Hilo Bay Hale Bed and Breakfast

Hilo, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#170

Kealakekua Bay Bed and Breakfast

Captain Cook, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#171

Kona Bed and Breakfast

Kailua-Kona, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#172

Manu Mele Bed and Breakfast

Hauula, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#173

Makai Cottage Bed and Breakfast

Honolulu County, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#174

Mountain Meadow Ranch B & B

Honokaa, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#175

Peace of Maui Bed and Breakfast

Makawao, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#176

Paradise Palms Bed and Breakfast

Hauula, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#177

Papaya Paradise Bed & Breakfast

Honolulu County, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#178

°HOTEL HALE LANI BED & BREAKFAST KAPA'A, HI 3* (United ...

Wailua, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#179

The Villa at Kehena Beach Bed and Breakfast

Pāhoa, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#180

Upcountry Bed and Breakfast

Kula, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#181

Kahana Villa

Lahaina, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#182

Taylor's B&B

Ewa Beach, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#183

Lo'i Bed & Breakfast

Hilo, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#184

Hale Nihi B&B

Paia, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#185

Coco's B&B

Kauai, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#186

Volcano House

Volcano, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#187

Rainbow Inn Aiea # 90/BB-0038

Aiea, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#188

Adam And Eve Bed And Breakfast

Aiea, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#189

Lehua Lodge

Eden Roc, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#190

Plumeria Grove Cottage

Captain Cook, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#191

Noah's Hideaway, Boutique Bed and Breakfast, Maui

Napili Bay, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#192

Sandsurf Cottage

Waimanalo, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#193

Coral Walk Cottages Blue

Kawela Bay, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#194

Coral Walk Cottages Studio

Laie, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#195

Holomakai Northshore B & B

Haiku-Pauwela, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#196

Hilo Beach House Inn

Hakalau, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#197

Lopaka's Family Lodge

Hakalau, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#198

Luana Ola Villa & Cottages

Paauilo, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#199

Paniau Surf Beach Cottage

Puako, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#200

Shaloha B&B

Pukalani, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#201

Sea Village RESORT

Holualoa, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#202

Aloha Suites Waikiki

Aiea, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

#203

Ala 'aina Ocean Vista

Hana, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

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Keller's Adventures Hawaii

Pāhoa, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

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Mauna Lea Manor

Holualoa, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)

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Minshuku Hilo

Hakalau, Hawaii
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Hotel Molokai

Kaunakakai, Hawaii
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Top 10 Bed and Breakfasts in Hawaii, United States
#1

Aloha Guest House

Captain Cook, Hawaii
4.9 (500 Reviews)

#2

Ala Kai Bed and Breakfast

Kea'au, Hawaii
4.9 (221 Reviews)

The Ala Kai Bed and Breakfast is located thirty minutes from Hilo, Hawaii. The property has two buildings, namely the main plantation-style house with two suites and a separate smaller cottage a short walk away. Breakfast is served daily using many different fruits that are grown in a garden that sits on the property as well. The current owners, Erich and Suzanne, have a goal of "creating an experience that is amazing," for the people who stay at their bed and breakfast. One of the things that are frequently mentioned in reviews of the Ala Kai is an appreciation of the recommendations Erich and Suzanne have for places to visit in the surrounding area.

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#3

What A Wonderful World Bed and Breakfast

Kihei, Hawaii
4.8 (125 Reviews)

What a Wonderful World Bed and Breakfast is situated on Maui near the beach. In the small town of Kihei, the property sits on one acre and has a 5000 square foot home. There are 4 suites, each with a unique name and style of a beachside Hawaiian home. Each suite has a private bath and a queen or king-sized bed. Guests are provided a breakfast basket with various pastries, fruit, drinks, and entrees. The owners of the property strive to create an atmosphere where guests can relax and hope that they can enjoy themselves on the island. Many of the business's guests are couples, however, the bed and breakfast is family-friendly. The establishment is often busiest during the summer and fall months but often gets many guests during the winter as well. What a Wonderful World was established in 1995 and was a goal for the owners for several years.

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#4

Kane Plantation Guesthouse

Honaunau, Hawaii
4.7 (248 Reviews)

#5

The Kimos' Ohanas

Pahoa, Hawaii
4.7 (24 Reviews)

#6

Old Hawaiian Bed & Breakfast

Hilo, Hawaii
4.6 (230 Reviews)

The Old Hawaiian Bed and Breakfast is located in Hilo, Hawaii, just a few miles off the coast of northeastern Hawaii (island). The bed and breakfast has three guest rooms and access to a variety of amenities, including refrigerator access, tea/coffee, umbrellas, beach towels, and free parking. The property is most known for its breakfasts, which involve homemade bread, locally grown fruit, and smoothies. Lory Hunter, the owner of the property, converted the home into a bed and breakfast in the year 2000 and has been updating and taking care of it ever since.

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#7

At the Beach with Friends

Hilo, Hawaii
4.5 (86 Reviews)

#8

Kona Hawaii Guest House and Healing Workshop

Kailua Kona, Hawaii
3.6 (24 Reviews)

#9

Lava Lava Beach Club

Waikoloa, Hawaii
4.5 (1 Reviews)

#10

Horizon Guest House

Honaunau, Hawaii
0 (0 Reviews)