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Hawaii Bed Breakfast: Enjoy Every Moment in Paradise

Hawaii Bed/Breakfasts offer local color to your overly-commercialized vacation.

 

 

Hawaii Bed Breakfast

by Emily Burson

You’ve saved your money and are planning the perfect vacation to celebrate the beginning of summer. You know where you want to go and what you want to do. Make your vacation even more exciting by experiencing the islands with a Hawaii Bed/Breakfast.

Staying at a Hawaii Bed/Breakfast will enhance your vacation by giving you a little bit of true island flavor. By staying at a Hawaii bed/breakfast, you will get to know some native islanders in a unique way. Be careful, though. Many Hawaii bed/breakfasts are owned and staffed by people from the ‘mainland.’ Take the time to find a bed and breakfast that is owned and run by native Hawaiians and it will be an experience that you will remember for years to come.

Hawaii Bed/Breakfasts offer local color to your overly-commercialized vacation. As one of the leading tourist destinations in the country, you will be over-saturated with the commercial side of Hawaii. Your stay at a Hawaii bed/breakfast instead of a chain hotel will allow you to slip away from the other tourists and honeymooners and find your own little piece of paradise.

While staying at the Hawaii bed/breakfast that you choose, be sure to take the time to get to know your hosts. Spend your breakfasts asking questions and getting to know their stories. How did they come to the islands? Where is their family from? How long have they run their Hawaii bed/breakfast? What can they tell you about life in the fiftieth state that you cannot find in a tour guide or almanac? What is their favorite part of the Islands?

Getting to know your Hawaii bed/breakfast hosts will not only give you more information about your temporary home away from home, it will add a unique spin to your vacation; something that no one else can say “I did that,” or “I went there.” Instead of the constant hum of the commercial air conditioner or the starched and sterile feel of the hotel sheets, you can wake up in a home, in a bed, at your own Hawaii bed/breakfast.

People who run Hawaii bed/breakfasts are not just running a business; they are allowing you into their world and their home for the length of your stay. You become, in many ways, the family of the owners of your Hawaii bed/breakfast. You are treated special because you are special. The owners of your Hawaii bed/breakfast want you to enjoy your stay and want you to feel comfortable in their home.

Staying at a Hawaii bed/breakfast is the only way to make the most out of your once in a lifetime vacation!

Emily Burson is a 2001 graduate of Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. She has worked as a copywriter, is an avid scrapbooker, and loves to travel. She's been to Costa Rica, Venezuela, and Honduras, as well as many U.S. states.

 

 

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