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Where to stay in Manoa

What's Manoa Like?

If you're in search of the perfect part of town to visit, why not consider Manoa? Nature lovers can visit Na Ala Hele Manoa Falls Trailhead and Hawaii Nature Center. There's plenty more to see, including Honolulu Museum of Art Spalding House and National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific.

Where are the Best Places to Stay in Manoa?

We have 24 accommodations in the neighborhood. Some of the top places to stay in Manoa:

Manoa Valley Inn

Victorian B&B
  • • Free breakfast • Free parking • Free WiFi • Terrace • Central location

Charming and Efficient Manoa Studio - Newly Remodeled, January 2019!

City-center vacation home with kitchen
  • • Garden • Central location

How to Get to Manoa

Manoa is located 2.6 mi (4.2 km) from the heart of Honolulu.

Flying to:

  • • Honolulu, HI (HNL-Daniel K. Inouye Intl.), 6.2 mi (10 km) from Manoa
  • • Kapolei, HI (JRF-Kalaeloa), 15.9 mi (25.6 km) from Manoa

Things to See and Do in and around Manoa

What to See in Manoa

  • • University of Hawaii at Manoa
  • • Na Ala Hele Manoa Falls Trailhead
  • • National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific
  • • Hawaii Nature Center
  • • Queen Emma Summer Palace

Things to Do in Manoa

  • • Honolulu Museum of Art Spalding House
  • • Manoa Valley Theatre
  • • Kennedy Theatre
  • • John Young Museum of Art
  • • Judd Trail

Other Popular Manoa Attractions

  • • Lyon Arboretum
  • • Kapena Falls Trailhead
  • • Clarence T.C. Ching Athletics Complex
  • • Stan Sheriff Center
  • • Lili'uokalani Botanical Garden

When Is the Best Time to Visit Honolulu?

  • • Hottest months: August, September, July, October (average 89°F)
  • • Coldest months: February, January, March, December (average 66°F)
  • • Rainiest months: December, November, January, March (average 2.50 inches of rainfall)

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