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If you travel Hawaii’s back roads. . .

Where to stay

New Otani Kaimana Beach Hotel

2863 Kalakaua, Honolulu

011-808-923-1555

www.kaimana.com

This Waikiki beachfront property is just far enough from the center to offer solace, but close enough to walk to everything. With two restaurants, parking, and a friendly staff. From $213.

Hotel Molokai

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1300 Kamehameha V Hwy

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Molokai

877-553-5347

hotelmolokai.com

This simple oceanfront resort offers a friendly staff, onsite restaurant and bar, a pool, and tiki-style interiors. Most units feature kitchenettes. Continental breakfast is included. From $179.

Marjorie’s Kauai Inn

3307 Hailima Road, Kauai

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800-717-8838

www.marjorieskauaiinn.com

Each of the three modern-style rooms has its own deck and mini-kitchen. Perched atop National Tropical Botanical Gardens, this sweet retreat beckons those wanting to escape the hustle and relax in the jungle. From $150.

Holualoa Inn

76-5932 Mamalahoa Highway

Big Island

800-392-1812

www.holualoainn.com

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In the hills above Kona in coffee country, guests are treated to upscale rooms, a delicious breakfast, and plenty of caffeine. From $355.

Old Wailuku Inn at Ulupono

2199 Kaho'okele St., Maui

800-305-4899

www.mauiinn.com

This historic bed-and-breakfast is a bit far from Maui’s storied beaches but it makes a great base for exploring the island. From $165.

Where to eat

Coffees of Hawaii

1630 Farrington Ave. (Highway 470)

Kualapu’u, Molokai

877-322-3276

www.coffeesofhawaii.com/plantations/molokai

Minimal breakfast and lunch, pastries. From $4.

He’eia Pier General Store and Deli

46-499 Kamehameha Highway

Kaneohe, Oahu

808-235-2192

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Plate lunches from $9.

Julia’s Banana Bread

Kahakuloa, Maui

www.juliasbananabread.com

Along Kahekili Highway about a quarter mile into Kahakuloa Village, follow the signs to the green shack. Sells out daily. Prices vary.