San Francisco, California
June 15, 2002
Inside, the suite was comfortable, with kitchenette area, large bathroom, TV and plenty of space. We had a lanai with a small table and chairs.
Breakfast was served between 8:30-9:00, and the menu varied by day. It was tasty enough to hang around for if you weren't either planning on sleeping in late or getting an early start, but I would recommend keeping a stock of fruit and muffins in the mini fridge in the room, so you can eat on your own schedule.
All in all, it was a pleasant place to stay during our journey and was well worth the $130/night we spent. For reservations email Carolyn at HanaleiBay@aol.com
PS: The place is currently for sale, so if you have a spare $1.7 million and a penchant for running a hospitality business, here's your chance. ;-)
From journal 6 Days, 7 Nights