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Are there many of these available, and if so, is it less costly to stay this way?
-- Janice Buttress (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 31, 1999
There's a wide range of B&B from mansions to beach shacks to choose from depending on what you're looking for. And the price ranges vary just as much. For more info, you may want to contact: Bed And Breakfast Honolulu Statewide at 3242 Kaohinanai Dr., Honolulu, HI 96817; (808) 288-4666 or Bed and Breakfast Hawaii at Box 449, Kapaa, HI 96746; (800) 733-1632. Try also this site, The Hawaii Visitors & Convention Bureau (http:// www.visit.hawaii.org/).
-- Roy Inouye (email@example.com), January 31, 1999.
I have just returned from my 2nd trip to Hawaii. I can tell you that you do not have to spend $2-300 a night for a hotel. How much time will you spend in the room? If you are going for the resort experience, you may want to splurge for a big hotel, but if you are goung to see the sights and lie on the beach, choose an inexpensive hotel.
On the Big Island I stayed at the Lion's gate Bed & Breakfast. Bill and Diane are excellent hosts and the breakfasts were fantastic, made mostly with food grown on the property. It is a coffee plantation and macadamia nut farm. They gave us ideas about where to go, what to see and where to eat. They also lent us a great guide book.
We had the best of the three rooms in the house, the only one with a private bathroom and lanai. It cost $95 per night, with breakfast. It was a beautiful room. They have a web site.
-- Michael Marcus (firstname.lastname@example.org), August 28, 2000.