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Paradise Bay Resort

At a Glance

    Pros

  • great views of Kaneohe Bay
  • cooler temps on this side of the island
  • pet-friendly

    Cons

  • not all units are beside the bay
  • rental car is a necessity

Paradise Bay Resort Review

If you're looking for an alternative to staying in Waikiki and you aren't fussy about amenities, consider Paradise Bay Resort, located 30 minutes from both Waikiki and the North Shore. Though billed as "cottages by the sea," the setting is actually more roadside motel than resort. However, this B&B provides a moderately priced lodging option with amenities you won't find in Waikiki, like complimentary biweekly ocean-reef tours that include snorkeling and kayaking the scenic windward coastline. One- to four-bedroom accommodations are available. Units have microwaves and refrigerators; some have full kitchens. Complimentary breakfast on the main building's veranda is included. Ask for the units that open onto Kaneohe Bay if you relish the possibility of fishing right off your lanai. There's even a spa on-site offering massages, facials, and other treatments. Every Friday night, the resort hosts a traditional fire dance at sunset on its floating dock.

    Hotel Details

  • 57 units.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 01-17-2014

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