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Hawaii Hotel & Condominium Smoking Policies, from Travel Hawaii
In November of 2006, the state of Hawaii instituted a strict new smoking law. As a result, many Hawaii hotels declared all of their guest rooms to be smoke-free. This has been a boon to non-smokers, of course, who no longer have to enter a hotel room with that telltale odor of "smokers past" lingering in the air. However, smokers aren't happy with such policies, as they won't be able to stay at smoke-free hotels unless they stash their habit for the length of their stay, or only smoke "off premises" or in designated areas, which are usually outside any public area in the hotel, e.g. places like parking lots and other outside areas that are at least 20 feet from any doors or windows.
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Smoking and Non-smoking Hotels/Condos by Island
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Non-Smoking: Oahu Maui Kauai Big Island Molokai Lanai
Smoking: Oahu Maui Kauai Big Island Molokai Lanai

Hawaii's smoking law is as follows:
Effective November 16, 2006 smoking is prohibited in all enclosed or partially enclosed areas open to the public in order to ensure a consistent level of basic protections statewide from exposure to secondhand smoke. The term "enclosed or partially enclosed" is defined under the law as any space closed in by a roof or overhang and at least two walls, including, but not limited to, restrooms, lobbies, reception areas, hallways, interior courtyards, patios, covered walkways, bars, hotel and motel rooms, lanais, restaurants, retail service establishments and retail stores. Hotels and motels may designate up to 20 percent of rooms as smoking allowed. Rooms must be on the same floor, contiguous and smoke must not infiltrate into smoke-free areas.


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100 Responses to Hawaii Hotel & Condominium Smoking Policies
On Jun 18, 2014 at 5:30P Roselyn Johnston said
In February a friend and I headed to Kona for a six week vacation. Unfortunately she did not abide by the non-smoking bylaw and I had to leave early because of this. I find it astounding that smokers feel that if they pay a big price for accommodation they should have the right to smoke wherever they want. Totally disrespectful!!
On Feb 25, 2014 at 02:01A Joel said
Hawaii going smoke-free is a good thing. I am strongly allergic to smoke (asthma) and this is the number 1 criteria for selecting my vacation. All the smokers I know understand they have to smoke in dedicated area and they appreciate it if they and their children can avoid the smoke of others at the beaches, at the restaurant, in the parks, ....
On Feb 11, 2014 at 5:08P ming wa said
The Sheraton Waikiki is not smoke-free. Like the Halekaulani next door people smoke wherever the hell they want to. I complained to mgt at both places - and they didn't care. Only when I pitched a fit at the front desk did they do something - and even then I got screwed. Non-smoking?! Bullshit! No respect for the law or for others in Honolulu!
On Feb 1, 2014 at 09:26A joe u said
Too bad for all you smokers you have no regard for all the other people that don't smoke and for all of you who don't want to come to Hawaii because of the smoking ban good don't come stay home.
On Jan 31, 2014 at 05:09A Kathy said
Have a hotel for smokers only - that is fair isn't it? So many places that are for non-smokers so why not make a hotel for smokers only? Smokers don't like to go to a non-smoking hotel and non-smokers don't like going to a hotel that does smoke - so make one for smokers only - only seems fair to me. You can make venilation for the smoke to go out of the rooms, so why not have this done?
On Jan 24, 2014 at 7:28P George said
I have enjoyed reading the comments of the smokers who feel put upon and are taking their "business" elsewhere. I'm sorry to inform you that your choice has not turned the tourist economy here on Maui upside down. In fact, I believe within the year smoking will be prohibited on all county beaches and tourism will remain unscathed. In the past two years more and more condo associations have gone on to be non-smoking properties allowing smoking in designated areas, if at all. Occupancy rates here where I live, which is a non-smoking, have actually gone up since we banned smoking two years ago. Must be a lot more non-smokers than smokers?
On Dec 1, 2013 at 09:03A D B Cooper said
I am a smoker. I am considerate of people that don't. But when you make laws telling someone they cannot do something, not so cool. If someone owns a bar & they want smoking then it should be okay. If they don't want smoking thats okay also. Leave it up to the owner. Also i do not drink coffee. Do you not know what coffee is? Its a speed. Try going without it. thats right you can't. But no one is telling you not to slurp your coffee. Have you ever had a coffee stain, now think what it does to your insides. Just sayin. I smoke, you drink coffee. I'll not complain to you about the smell, & the sucking & sluping when i'm in a resturant tring to enjoy a nice quiet breakfast. I do agree that smoking in a resturant is not cool, however leave that up to the owner. ALOHA.
On Sep 8, 2013 at 12:11P D B Cooper said
WOW really people get a grip. My grandmother smoked her hole life, lived to be 86 years old. Her cousin smoked all his life he lived to be 97. Had girl friend never smoked died at the age of 28 from cancer. Melanoma from sun bathing. Whats next, you can go to the beach but do not get in the sun. I have never know anyone die from secondhand smoke. I am sorry for the people who died breat cancer or melanoma. Who do you blame for that, oh wait its gods will. Really people the smell. I guess you people that are complaining do not pass gas.
On Sep 1, 2013 at 4:58P Angela Neuhaus said
My husband and I were looking at spending our 30th anniversary in Hawaii but, the ridiculous smoking ban would have dampened our celebration. My husband is an extremely considerate smoker and I occasionally like a cigar. So Hawaii, you may keep your ban and we will keep our money.
On Sep 1, 2013 at 2:46P Moana said
From a former smoker who had more class then smoking by non-smokers. And not everyone has class like that. I live in a apartment on the windward side and smokers have no respect but puff away on the balcony not realizing that the smoke is coming into your living room. Yes, we are adults but have consideration on the non-smokers.
On Aug 2, 2013 at 11:03A Kawehi said
For the sake of health risks I do believe smoking is inappropriate anywhere by any person. I hope they make the sale and practice of smoking illegal everywhere some day.
On Jul 8, 2013 at 05:02A Michael l said
It shows Wailea beach villas as smoking allowed but hotel site says no smoking property. I don't smoke but my wife does. I sit on the balcony with here and it is not an issue. She doesn't smoke that much and I wished she'd quit, but I won't travel to Hawaii because it would no be very pleasant for her. Go to tahiti and her islands they let you smoke and it is more pristine. Funny how states with the most restrictive smoking laws are also the most liberal towards pot !
On Jun 18, 2013 at 09:54A Pat K said
I am never going back to hawaii!! I am from Norway, and we have pretty stright smoking policy. But the smoking ban in Hawaii is just funny. Treating grown people as childs. Will use my money in other countries instead. Its OK not to smoke inside the hotel room. But, come on... On the balcony... You have some sick politicans. North Korea next.
On May 25, 2013 at 6:48P Thomas Maker said
I was considering a trip to Hawaii, but am certainly glad I read the comments here first. I will not be planning any trips there now. I just spoke with a friend who is there now and says people smoke pot walking down the street but you can't smoke a cigarette! Too many fanatics and hypocrites for my liking. I'll stick to the Caribbean ...
On May 25, 2013 at 3:19P Kate said
Why can't this dreadfully expensive, life altering, asthma inducing, and air polluting product be banned? Screw the manufacturers of tobacco and all those imbeciles who are slowly killing themselves and those round them. I have no tolerance left after repeated bouts of respiratory infections. Just close your windows and door and smoke yourselves blue, but leave the rest of us alone. Hawaii is better off without your filthy money.
On Apr 22, 2013 at 09:10A stevieh said
We have smoked in Maui and not smoked in Maui. The only issue is when a nonsmoker leases a unit unaware, by their lack of understanding or due diligence that the complex allows smoking. This to me is their issue and does not give them any special "rights" to ask anyone to do anything about their smoke. Do your research and stop complaining when you don't.
On Mar 12, 2013 at 8:50P Carl Rizzoli said
The same lemmings that complain about a little second-hand smoke from 20ft. away, will tell you how much they love sitting in front a cozy fireplace or next to a campfire, both of which are the equivalent to your health of smoking 3 cartons of cigarettes.
On Mar 5, 2013 at 5:07P Rik Meyers said
We're here to enjoy the beautiful outdoors, fragrant breezes, beaches, etc. I don't care if smokers want to kill themselves, but my wife has an allergy to it, and we have to get up and move. And I am seriously bothered by their stinky smoke. But I try to be friendly to everybody, so I don't complain or say a thing. We just move. Smokers have rights too...but wait, what about those people who insist on smoking even if it's a non-smoking location? What if the resort has signs all over the place saying "No Smoking" and some people still light up?! I just can't fathom why they do that. Or they're on a balcony with "NO SMOKING" signs on it, and they light up anyway...so their stinky smoke can blow onto our balcony...so we have to keep our windows closed instead of enjoying the outdoors?! Those people, I hate.
On Jan 30, 2013 at 07:39A Mark O said
And all of the non smokers here do not drive cars, Right? If you are so concerned about your health I am sure your car was the first thing you got rid of. Your car is killing me!!!
On Dec 20, 2012 at 07:37A islandpapa said
Anyone know the smoking policy of the Kihei Alii Kai on Maui?
On Nov 21, 2012 at 10:06P Mark Mayer said
Smokers you feel like we are overreacting when in fact we are not. I have asthma which in my case and others is painful and set off by smoke. It's like having someone suffocate you while stabbing you in the chest! If you felt like I do you would be terrified to smoke!
On May 27, 2012 at 6:03P George said
I absolutely love the ignorance of the die hard smoker! Please check your facts. There is NO acceptable level of exposure to second hand or third hand smoke. A right to smoke? Sorry, but you have the privilege to smoke. If you choose to injure yourself, please be my guest. Just don't think you have a right to injure others. Also, please check your facts concerning the non-smoking properties loosing money by not catering to smokers. And yes, this spring our property here in Kihei became non-smoking effective 1 June. Over 75 percent of the owners voted to approve the change and these are folks who rent their units. Rentals go up when smoking goes down! At last, after 22 years I will be able to keep my lanai doors open and my windows open without having to smell the smokers on the lanai next door.
On May 11, 2012 at 07:51A Paul said
The smokers comments are quite harsh because they can't take their habit with them to paradise. Let me say I live in paradise and the beautiful skies and clean air are a right everybody deserves. You want to exhale your smoke and care not that those next to you have to close their windows and hold their breath. Not saying that it is just the odor, it is an actual health issue for some of us. I am awakened every morning and lulled to sleep with a smell that turns my stomach to the point of physical illness. As a smoker, please consider what it is like for us. Every time you feel the need to breath out what you are making us breath in, put a diaper or rotten fruit or old fish under your nose for 5 minutes instead. That may just help you understand what we are going through.
On Apr 16, 2012 at 2:54P JeanB said
When I booked my holiday I was a smoker as was my husband but we gave up 6 months ago.; We contacted the Park Shore where we were staying and they said no smoking was allowed anywhere on the premises. We have just returned from our 9 day holiday and I can assure there was smoking on the premises. Both on balconies, around the pool area and there were even ash trays at the elevator doors on each level. It is such an open area that I don't think it would have been offensive to anyone. Maybe the die hard anti smokers would object, but really was not an issue.
On Apr 8, 2012 at 07:49A Paddy said
Hawaii is my dream destination and I was about to organize a 3 week trip from Europe..but why such a harsch smoking ban? I smoke and completely understand that smoking indoors and even in some outdoor public places (like a terrace for dinner) is forbidden..respecting non smokers is normal! But on a lanai? Because of the smell? And what about those people putting on half a bottle of Cologne and sitting next to me while I'm having dinner..spoiling it completely! Will this be forbidden too eventually? Unfortunately I won't be travelling to Hawaii because this trip was supposed to be about discovery and relaxation..not "commuting" to the designated smoking area...
On Apr 5, 2012 at 08:46A Sabine Murdoch said
We travel to Waikiki every year and stay in a 1 Bedroom at Waikiki Shore for three weeks. What a lovely place to be, but smoke drifting through the windows has spoiled our trip every year. 2012 was particularly bad and I must say we will not return to this condo anymore until smoking on balconies is disallowed.
On Mar 26, 2012 at 08:19A Paul said
It's funny... I've always heard smokers say "I wish I had never started". But I never hear them say "I wish I had started smoking at an earlier age." Having watched my best friend die of lung cancer at only 48, I hope no-one here succumbs to it. (Odds are, someone will). There wasn't a day that he didn't regret smoking. Get help with your addition and sue the tobacco companies!
On Mar 16, 2012 at 9:43P Darby said
Anyone who complains about smoking on an open Lania should really get a life. I paid for my vacation just like you. If you have a problem with my smoking, be the bigger person and come tell me instead of complaining. Honestly, if you would do that, I would have more respect and actually go smoke elsewhere. I guess thats the way life goes now. EVERYONE has rights. Here's to me smoking on my Lania right now. Did i mention it was an OPEN lania.
On Mar 2, 2012 at 2:57P Tannis said
As a smoker who has previously been to Maui several times, my husband and I had been looking forward to an upcoming month long trip. This would have been our first trip back in several years and now we have made the choice to go somewhere else. We certainly didn't expect to be allowed to smoke inside the condo but did assume that the lanai would not be a problem. I am not a second class citizen. I realize smoking is bad for me, but those of you who are preaching about smoking better not be 1oz overweight or you have no place to judge! Where does the discrimination stop? Smoking is LEGAL people! Just as it is legal to have children.. but I can't stand them screaming and crying! Why are they accepted in the condo next to me or at the next table in a resturaunt? They are absolutely ruining my experience but that's ok? Where does it end? Non-smokers, this is just the beginning and soon your will have your rights stripped and you better not make a peep.. you know what they say about Karma!
On Feb 29, 2012 at 12:31P Kim said
We just returned from Oahu and I stayed at the Pacific Beach Hotel on the beach front and I was able to smoke on the Lanai. It was very nice.
On Feb 28, 2012 at 01:25A Tim Rogen said
When I think of paradise, I envision pristine water, beauty all around me and clean fresh air. Smoking is a form of pollution and I go on vacation to get away from smog and air pollution. I feel sorry for the smokers who feel the need to smoke and share their disgusting smoke with others so their vacations aren't ruined. They just don't get it! Smoking kills and the majority of people these days prefer a smoke free environment. If you feel mistreated or like a terrorist, it is because smokers show no respect for the rights of non-smokers. Fine, go to Mexico for your vacations and smoke until your lungs are good and black. Just hope you return home safely...
On Feb 21, 2012 at 08:36A Joe said
What I find amusing is the "fact" that many people that are against "smoking" are for legalizing marijuana.
On Feb 17, 2012 at 03:48A kim taylor said
i have just booked my husband's dream trip to hawaii, and a 7 day cruise. he is a smoker. my husband has never smoked indoors but does like to have a smoke with his coffee in the morning and i consider him to be a considerate smoker as i am a non smoker. we are used to non smoking polies, but i didnt realize the extent of the non smoking and now am trying to find a hotel that allows smoking on the balcony/lanai. certainly didnt think it was going to be such an issue.
On Jan 14, 2012 at 9:11P Guy Dreusike said
I own a condo in Princeville on the north shore of Kauai, and the unit next door is a vacation rental. I have lived here for nearly a year, and for the first time smokers are renting the next door unit. The smoke is coming in my windows, which I keep open nearly all the time, and it is awful. Smokers-we don't want your money here-you are a small minority of our visitors-go to Turkey or some where where smokers are welcome. You STINK.
On Nov 11, 2011 at 09:59A Hank said
There is a general disrespect by many of the smokers (not all though) that feel they should have a right to smoke on a lanai and enjoy the view here in Hawaii while the non smokers have to move indoors and shut all door and windows to keep that nasty smoke out of your room and your face. Maybe just a little respect and awareness goes a long way. If there were a device that could simulate the experience us non smokers have and transpose that on the smoker, maybe they would get the bigger picture here. If you don't want to come back to the islands because you have to show a little respect and smoke of premise or in the designated area then find a place that lets you have your cig for breakfast uninterrupted.
On Oct 25, 2011 at 11:50A John S said
I am excited that Hawaii is smoke free. I'm not concerned with second hand smoke. My only concern is the smell. Smokers just don't realize how bad it smells, and it sticks to your clothes and hair. Can you imagine enjoying the view from your lanai only to smell smoke coming up from the person below you? If they could invent a cigarette that didn't stink I would have no problem with people smoking next to me.
On Oct 23, 2011 at 7:55P Basil R. Bhan said
My wife and I were planning on revisiting Honolulu this past April - especially, because we cherish memories that date back to pre-2006. Lots of forged friendships. In researching air-fares I discovered a NY/Istanbul return trip was about the same as for Hawaii. This, stacked up with the anticipated discomfort by inability to fully relax in Hawaii due to current smoking law - you guessed it! Our Turkey trip was exceedingly rewarding. Hotels, food, transportation; its all very reasonable. Yes, lots of beautiful beaches in southern Turkey; the Mediterranean! I am a smoker who picked up a taste for cigars way back during Active Duty in Hawaii. I enjoy cigars.
On Oct 22, 2011 at 09:57A neil said
IMPORTANT NEWS ALERT TO ALL NON_SMOKERS: I have just been informed that the exhaust from all gasoline powered vehicles is injurious to respiratory health. Do not breathe or inhale within 20-30 ft of a motor vehicle.
On Oct 16, 2011 at 03:49A Rengaw said
We go no where that smoking is not allowed period, so all non-smokers enjoy your empty non-smoking establishments, if you think it's not going to make a differance, think again, regular smokers and closet smokers are everywhere.
On Oct 10, 2011 at 07:59A Karen said
I am confused by the Hawaii non-smoking law. I rented a condo directly from the owner, so I don't think it is a 'public place' (no one has the right to the condo during time of my tenancy) and the patio does not have a roof and 2 walls - therefore can I smoke on the patio?
On Sep 18, 2011 at 10:37A Hawaii Never Again said
I didn't realize how they treat smokers in hawaii before i booked our 4 week trip. If I did I would have gone somewhere else... its like being treated as a criminal. It's bares every common sense logic... ah well. I regret spending more then 15000$ here... never ever again.
On Aug 14, 2011 at 6:34P Mags said
The people in this thread who are so aggressive and adamant against smoking (even in open areas) are extremists, hypocritical and ignorant and have obviously been brain-washed by over the top anti-smoking propaganda. Yes smoking is unhealthy and second hand smoke can damage you if you inhale large amounts from being in an enclosed environment, but you are far more likely to get cancer and lung disease from all the car fumes you produce and inhale on a daily basis than from second hand smoke in an open, ventilated area. Hawaii is starting to sound ominously like North Korea.
On Mar 25, 2011 at 10:55P Mary Smith said
I can finally travel to Hawaii. I have smoke induced asthma, we just sold our RV because of campfires at parks. Even outside smoke causes my throat to close up. A vacation without worry about the closest hospital would be more than welcome. Sorry smokers, but my health is more important than your habit.
On Mar 20, 2011 at 9:23P George said
Mahalo to all of the smokers who have decided to go elsewhere to spend their vacations. You will be one less potential cause for a non-smoker having to deal with second hand smoke. No where does any statute give a person a "right to smoke." However, each and every person has been given the right to not have to inhale second hand smoke. And please, take time to do a little research. Hawaii's economy will not fail due to a few die hard smokers choosing to vacation at another destination. I look forward to our complex becoming a non-smoking property in the near future. Perhaps I'll be able to enjoy a dinner on my lanai without the smell of cigarette smoke or leave my windows open at night and enjoy the sound of the surf sans the smell of a cigar.
On Mar 5, 2011 at 11:34A Metal said
The last time I went to Hawaii in 2006 I booked and confirmed a smoking room in June only to be told at check in in December that do to the new law smoking was banned in all hotel rooms. It would have been nice to know that in advance rather than to be told smugly at the front desk. After many vacations thru out the Islands that was, and will be, my last trip there. Puerto Vallarta Mexico has the same weather, nice jungles and more tolerance. My wallet works where it's welcome. Enjoy your welfare check.
On Feb 20, 2011 at 11:36A K. Martel said
We are in the 1st phase of planning our trip to Maui, only to discover they have Nazi Smoking Bylaws. So we are now considering spending our hard earned money elsewhere. We are both smokers and we are acustomed to smoking outside or in designated areas. Loosen up Hawaii because you will lose in the end financially!
On Feb 11, 2011 at 09:26A Elizabeth Hill said
Wow! This is obviously a hot issue. I however am confused. All over Hawaii you here residents and vacationers talking about the lousy economy, everyone is broke, working 3 jobs or struggling to find just one job. Hotels and restaurants say they are losing money hand over fist, tourism has dropped way down etc...Yet it is obvious that "smokers" provide a good deal of income to the islands that is now diminished if not gone. Do the Hawaiian legislators ever listen to or read these boards or tourists comments? Do they not care or do they think that Hawaii can make it on the wallets of non-smokers alone? What about all the Asian and European tourists that won't travl where they can't smoke? What is the truth, does Hawaii want tourists and a thriving economy or do they just want to draw a line in the sand and keep all smokers away? This just doesn't make sense to me.
On Feb 9, 2011 at 10:12P Kathy said
For all you smokers that think that think a ban on Hawaii travel will have an effect on tourism in Hawaii, I own a vacation rental business and for every inquiry I get from someone wanting a smoking unit, I get 99 requests for nonsmoking rooms. The hotels that don't allow smokers are doing so because the majority of guests do not smoke and would prefer to stay where your disgusting habit is not allowed.
On Feb 3, 2011 at 05:53A Rick Grimshaw said
I hate cigarette smoke! But if there is one thing I hate worse than that it would be to have somebody telling me what to do! I have never smoked but have been subjected to it all my life, having grown up in a home with a smoker and then marrying the love of my life who happens to smoke. In our thirty three years of marriage my wife has tried to quit many times with no success. Smoking is a horrible addiction to overcome and she just doesn't possess the will power to do it. I commend those who have and hope for her but if you haven't been there you have no idea how hard it is. And to those of you who commend this law I have a grave warning; every time a new law is passed with the best of intentions we all give up a little piece of our freedom. Maybe you like this law but the next one that is put through with "good intentions" you may not like. The Nanny state looms large and is creeping in all around us to restrict everything we can do. One day we will look out and not recognize the country we grew up in. There are other ways to deal with smoking than to put such a strict law in place. The market can deal with the problem having people voting with their wallets and accommodating both smoker and non smoker alike. But don't surrender any more of the freedom we have left because the Utopian state that about 5% of the people yearn for will be shoved down on the 95% of us who cherish our freedom to choose.
On Jan 28, 2011 at 2:25P Betty said
As a property owner who does rent out our condominium when off island, I am totally in favor of the no smoking law. Even now, though, we still have smokers who think they can smoke inside and get away with it. News flash-- we can still smell the smoke days later. People who try to sneak a smoke in the dark on the lanai next door, above, or below-- we can smell that too (especially when it floats up thru my bedroom window from the lanai below). And we find nasty cigarette butts left in the plants around the open areas, in the parking lot, etc. And people who think the smoke doesn't bother the people at the pool because it's "open air", guess again. So-- if you want to take your money elsewhere & not rent my condo, then have at it. I have way too expensive furniture & decor in my unit to want it damaged with smoke, burns, etc. By the way, tourism numbers are climbing quite nicely this year...
On Jan 24, 2011 at 09:48A Larry Grooms said
My family has vacationed in Hawaii many times, and I was looking forward to trip to Maui this spring. Then I ran up against the anti-smoker law. I don't mind staying in a non-smoking room, and do so routinely. But to be prohibited from smoking anywhere on the property, or to be banished to a parking lot is absolutely unacceptable. Sorry, Hawaii. Your legislator has convinced me to vote for another vacation destination.
On Jan 22, 2011 at 9:04P Steve Genslinger said
These people that want no smoking laws are just plane crazy. I asure that if they found a cure to cancer they would still not want to have smokers around. To start with I belive you have a cancer gene in you or you don't. I have smoked cigars for 50 years and have no trouble. I have had friends that never smoked or been around smokers very litle and they get cancer. But it all boils down to one thing.Smokers are customers the same as non smokers. The hotels are glad to have a non-smoking policy because they don't have to clean as much. It cost less to have a non-smoker. What really makes me mad is there can be both without one bothering the other. If the hotel would install strong ehaust fans or smokeaters in some of there rooms it would work. Go to vegas, There ehaust systeam is so good that when you blow the smoke out of your mouth the smoke is gone. It is a outrage to pay your money abd not to smoke if you want. What happened to the customer is right. Not any more.Let's shut down cars and busess also. They sure pour the toxins out. You non-smokers put your lips around a tailpipe for awhile and see if that hurts you. Or go up to a service men and tell him he is not fighting for all of the peoples rights in the U.S.A.
On Jan 21, 2011 at 3:43P Dave said
To all those people who say, "I was going to spend 'X' amount of dollars there...", good, take your money and kill someone else somewhere else. I applaud the state for taking a firm stance on respecting everyone's right to breath clean smoke free air. That's right, it's a right. Hey, I used to be a smoker and never knew the ills and disrespect I used to cause my own family. Now that I don't smoke, I realize just what they had to put up with and love them even more for it. Yup, God made lungs just for the purpose of inhaling burning leaves with poisonous compounds, NOT! If you can't get that right, let's hope that your children don't follow in your footsteps and lead clean, healthy, long lives. If you can't see the logic in this, you're nothing but spoiled self defilers who can't have their way and want to cry about it. Go somewhere else, leave paradise a paradise. Oh, and this is now 2011 and we're doing just fine without you!
On Dec 23, 2010 at 1:36P DEB said
Smokers have rights, But, So do those of US who have survived Breast Cancer only to be smoked out while sitting on our lanai. If you want a SMOKING ROOM, STAY INSIDE AND BREATH DEEP,ENJOY IT, KEEP IT ALL TO YOURSELF.MAYBE YOU SHOULD ASK YOUR NEIGHBORS BEFORE YOU DECIDE TO SHARE YOUR LIFE ENDING HABIT.YEAH, YOU SPENT GOOD MONEY TO TRAVEL HERE, WELL SO DID WE.YOU ARE IN THE LAND OF ALOHA, MAYBE YOU SHOULD TRY LIVING THAT WAY.
On Nov 12, 2010 at 5:55P Elle said
Suggestions for the HYATT REGENCY on MAUI: 1) Continue to offer smoking rooms. 2) That closed down Spatz restaurant in the basement ("the dungeon"): turn that into a SMOKING Regency Club OR just a designated smoking area. Offer drinks, coffee etc.; make it a place where smokers can go to relax (especially when raining). You might see smokers stuck in a non-smoking room enjoying their morning wake-up coffee.
On Nov 12, 2010 at 5:54P Elle said
Hello non-smokers: really, we smokers have no intention of blowing smoke in your faces. We just want to be comfortable in the manner we are accustomed to in our daily lives - especially when we are spending more than $500 per day to stay in Maui. We are used to being banned from smoking in restaurants and bars or within 20 feet of an entrance. We are not, however, used to being prohibited from smoking on a balcony. That one seems rather weird. Also, just my opinion - if there is an outdoor bar, it seems reasonable that one should be able to smoke. The bottom line, really, is that all hotels should offer smoking rooms (according to the law - all on the same level). That way, smokers can be comfortable and for the most part, do their smoking in private away from other hotel guests. Please note that even if you have a smoking room, you still cannot smoke on the balcony - so smoking rooms really do not affect non-smokers. As for being able to smoke on the beach: I think that is wonderful. With the winds, the open sky, and the sea, how much further away can you get? I did not see one smoker throw a butt on the sand. Nothing makes a US citizen feel like a 2nd class citizen more than not being able to have a smoke on the beach or in a public park. It's time to do away with the "Agenda" and start being reasonable.
On Nov 12, 2010 at 5:49P Elle said
Just got back from Maui. Stayed at the Hyatt Regency. The reason we decided to go back to Hawaii (and chose the Hyatt) was because they offer smoking rooms. We were so jazzed with the promise of visiting "paradise" and being able to enjoy hospitality within our room (i.e., enjoying our morning coffee with a cigarette inside our room). I was crushed to find upon arrival that no smoking rooms were available because they were all under renovation. On top of that, we got stuck with a queen size bed instead of a king. We did what seems logical to a smoker - we had cigarettes out on the balcony (lanai). Smokers are trained to go outdoors to smoke. We did not see the sign about no smoking on the lanai. It was a clear decal with a very dark green font upon brown railing. Long story short: we got busted by a persnickety neighbor. We finally moved to a room with a king sized bed, but it was overlooking a graveyard! Aloha Hawaii! Funny thing is, there were so many displaced smokers there. We would all huddle together in the designated spots. Our fellow smokers were all very nice, and we met some wonderful people. I think we socialized much more than we would have if we were non-smokers. Outcasts united by a common interest form immediate bonds.
On Nov 11, 2010 at 06:31A Kathy said
Ok, so basically you can't smoke in many places. Can anyone tell me where I CAN smoke in/near Ocean Resort Hotel Waikiki and Poipu Beach, Kauai (Suite Paradise, Poipu Kai).
On Nov 10, 2010 at 09:59A Moses said
I'm a non-smoker, so I agree with this ban. I do not hate smokers, I hate your smoke! Why should I be forced to smell and breath your bad habit? It's been proven again and again to cause cancer, and I also get headaches dorm the smell. This ban only affects closed/ partially enclosed spaces, anywhere else you can smoke! I see people smoking all over the place, nothing is stopping them! Now I can go to bars and clubs that I used to avoid before! Unfortunately I still have to deal with your smoke while walking down the sidewalk or at the beach! But I can get away from it. In an enclosed space you can't get away. Now just wait till they ban smoking on beaches! I'll love that! Serves you right for treating our beaches as an ash tray! Aloha!
On Nov 8, 2010 at 02:48A susan said
All smokers and non-smokers who still believe in the right of choice should refuse to stay in any hotel (not just in Hawaii) that won't even designate certain floors or rooms for smokers and let the hotel know that you're doing so. And smokers should stop apologizing for engaging in what is still a legal activity and exert their collective power. They spend just as much money while on vacation as non-smokers -probably more because they're buying cigarettes - and just as much money for rooms. What kind of tourist destination fails to take into account the needs of all tourists? It's not just stupid fanaticism; it's bad business. Go to a "smokers allowed" hotel and thank them profusely for being accommodating.
On Nov 7, 2010 at 6:03P C Wozniak said
Hello non smokers: Don't get me wrong. I appreciate and understand your point of view against us smokers "polluting" the wide open spaces? However, one would think in a free enterprise system, that policy would be set by the establishment (ie business). Not by a government "decree". Then if set by the local establishment, everyone would have their rights protected and we would all have our right to choose. Freedom to choose is all I am saying should exist; and if I were a business person /owner, I would like that freedom as well to set my guidelines; not only for accomodations but for other services as well. What other freedoms are going to be threatened in future by government decrees.? thank you for your ear. signing off.
On Nov 2, 2010 at 4:51P Norm said
Hey smokers, the problem with you smoking on the lanai is that you ruin it for the non-smoker on the lanai next to you. Why should you be allowed to ruin my vacation just because you decide to smoke. If you feel you need to "punish" Hawaii by traveling elsewhere that is your right but you don't have the right to ruin my vacation with your habit.
On Oct 27, 2010 at 08:51A C Wozniak said
So here we are almost 4 years since the non smoking "decree" came into existance! Being in Hawaii on a vacation for a 2 week period in 2 of those past years- more towards the beginning when "the decree" wasn't enforced as strongly, I wonder how business has been? Myself, no way will I spend money on any vacation if I can't enjoy a cigar on the lanais outside my unit. Notwithstanding current economic times, judging by the vrbo listing availability, me thinks my question is answered. Remember, the majority of vacationing folk were taking time to do it prior to Nov 2006 and are still doing it even within the current economic environment. But as said, me thinks a lot fewer are doing so in Hawaii now? Like me, they are finding other places in the sun.
On Oct 23, 2010 at 2:47P Sara said
We were planning a 10th anniversary/18th birthday trip with the whole family. After reading about how the "smoke Nazi's" have ruined Hawaii, I will take my 20 grand and go to Bora Bora instead. Hope your intolerant policies cost you billions in revenue!
On Oct 17, 2010 at 1:00P laura matrick said
I am an ex smoker and am so very pleased to hear about the no smoking policy.There are so many delectable aromas,and fragrances in the Island air it is a shame to have any of it tainted by the smell of smoke wafting by one's face or lingering in the air. I avoid Las Vegas because I find the smoke so distasteful. If you must smoke perhaps it is better to find another location, surely the world is big enough to accommodate all of us.
On Oct 11, 2010 at 4:22P Mike Rago said
My wife and I were planning our 40th aniversary in Maui. After reading about the ban on smoking I think I'll take the $6,000 I was going to spend to go there and go to the Caribbean or to Europe. I guess all these no-smokers are going to live forever......bravo.
On Oct 9, 2010 at 1:53P Fabianna said
HELP SMOKERS! Can anyone tell me the name of ANY hotel on Oahu that has a LANAI FACING The OCEAN That Allows SMOKING? All I want in the world is to be able to go on the balcony in the morning with a cup of coffee and a cigarette and watch the ocean. Thanks!
On Sep 12, 2010 at 10:33A John Lindelow said
The trend in the Hawaii hotel industry is that more and more hotels are going totally "smoke-free", even though the law allows any hotel to designate up to 20% of their rooms as smoking rooms. Each time we update our Hawaii hotel smoking database, we call every hotel that says they have smoking rooms. And each time we find that more and more hotels now disallow smoking in any room. We apologize for the incorrect data for the Hilo Hawaiian, as this hotel was obviously in transition, as the client found out.
On Sep 12, 2010 at 07:08A Annie Biers said
The US constantly and arrogantly touts itself as the freest country in the world, which as a world traveler I've always found rather ridiculous but this law goes way beyond that. Businesses should be allowed to set their own policies and smokers should not be discriminated against with outright bans for what is a legal product. Smoking outdoors, (on a balcony for example) has not been proven to damage non-smokers health, they may find it irritating as I find screaming kids and loud talkers irritating but that's life! Hawaii should be able to accommodate smokers and non-smokers appropriately. Like other smokers I've decided against a trip to Hawaii.
On Sep 11, 2010 at 09:34A Annette said
Typical American double standards, what about letting stinking animals in the motel rooms. I don't fancy sleeping in a room where Fido has slept on the bed and yet so many places allow animals. Cigarettes are a legal product and as such you should be able to use them, albeit with restrictions to protect others. Surely smoking on a balcony outside in the air should be allowed. We are in Kauai at the moment and didn't know about the smoking laws but we snuck a couple last night on our lanai...............
On Sep 11, 2010 at 01:36A Karl H Kruhoffer said
We are right now sitting at the Hilo Hawaiian Hotel in Hilo. Before we went here I checked with Castle Resort to see if I could get a smoker's room... I was told that was no problem as they had smoker's rooms in all categories... Well, when we arrived yesterday this had changed - now all rooms were for smokers - outside on the balcony! I protested and pointed out what I had been told earlier. The receptionist then said that you could not get smoker's rooms anywhere in Hawaai because of the law. At this point I mentioned that we had just spent 8 nights in a Honolulu hotel whewre we huffed and puffed all day long... she ignored this piece of information... instead she threatened us with big fines if we smoke inside. I suggest you remove Castle Hilo Hawaiian Hotel from the list of hotels with rooms for smoking people, or at least make a note that there's no smoking in the rooms of this hotel... only outdoor on the balcony.
On Sep 7, 2010 at 12:56P Shell Tonelli said
I have been to Hawaii many years ago and looked forward to taking my husband for our 20th wedding anniversay - I have just been informed about the smoking laws and have decided to take a cruise instead.
On Sep 6, 2010 at 4:57P Andy said
We were caught smoking on the balcony and were fined by the hotel. There was a $250 fee charged on our credit card which we later disputed with the hotel - and it was NOT refunded. What a cash cow for corrupt hoteliers.
On Sep 4, 2010 at 05:53A Cathy McGinnis said
Maui is our favorite place in the world and I'm glad there are still a few places that offer smoking on the lanais. I'm not asking that I smoke everywhere but I'd like to be able to have a morning cup of coffee and a cigarette without feeling like a criminal. Our favorite place to stay was at the Kamaole Sands but I guess that's out now since they are so intolerant. I don't want to wake up and stand in a parking lot having a cigarette. I'm hoping the economy really suffers so the law makers will be less intolerant.
On Aug 2, 2010 at 3:39P Catherine MacGregor said
We too will not return to such an intolerant Island. We have traveled to Mexico and Europe since the ban. Nobody has a problem there! I understand not smoking INSIDE...but outside???? Don't you have pollution from vehicles, open fires etc. etc.? You do! What's next...only bicycles? Ridiculous!!
On Jul 25, 2010 at 6:36P Mel said
Good...all you smokers will be away from our hotel. There will be 6 adults going to Hawaii for the first time and thanks to the non-smoking law, we will be going back. I had to check to see which hotels had non-smoking rooms because 2 people have asthsma. Happy to find out about the no-smoking law! My father-in-law died of lung cancer. He said he wished he had never started smoking as a teenager...horrible way to die. You people who smoke don't understand you stink?...no matter how you try to hide it, your hair and clothes stink and anything you sit on! Your breath stinks, your nails and teeth turn an ugly yellow/brownish color. Give it up!
On Jun 20, 2010 at 08:43A howard said
We just got back from Hawaii and our cruise was ruined by being surrounded by smokers. I think the longest stretch we were able to use our balcony was 5 minutes before one of the smokers would light up and drive us off. My right to swing my fist ends where your nose begins. I expect the same courtesy with regards to smoking.
On Jun 7, 2010 at 04:50A Dave Williams said
I agree with those that state smoking should be allowed on the lanai - AS LONG AS THEY CAN GUARANTEE THE SMOKE WILL NOT LEAVE THE LANAI AND GO TO A LANAI ABOVE, BELOW OR NEXT TO THE SMOKER. Smoke all you want, just don't exhale.
On May 21, 2010 at 05:04A Jane Erickson said
I took my first vacation in years in October 2008, to Oahu. I was unaware of the restrictions. As a smoker, I found it very difficult to believe that I couldn't even smoke on the lanai. I found sneaky ways of having my smokes out there without alerting the cossacks, like blowing my used smoke into a beach towel. After that trip I swore I'd never return. Vacations are supposed to be relaxing, but this one wasn't.
On May 16, 2010 at 8:40P Anti Smoker said
The reason no smoking is allowed on lanais is that it infiltrates the neighboring area. I don't care if people smoke and want to risk their health but don't force me to retreat indoors when you are smoking on your lanai. Its just not fair. If the hotels could make it possible to keep your smoke from non smokers lanais that would be one thing but it just can't be done. That's just the way it has to be. I actually will go to Hawaii MORE often because of this law so it goes both ways - you will boycott and I will go more frequently.
On Apr 18, 2010 at 03:58A Grant W said
Don't let the smoking laws stop you. We rent a house on the North Shore and see the real Hawaii. Most of the vacation rentals allow smoking on the lanai. We're headed back this summer and will bring our cigarettes.
On Apr 15, 2010 at 11:21A Beth Hill said
What I have never understood is why can't there be "Smoking Welcome" properties? Surely there are owners or managers who smoke and want guests to be comfortable? Non-smokers would know ahead of time that THEY will not be comfortable and there will be smokers on premises and in rooms. Smokers would have a place for there enjoyment and needs. I realize the current Law ties the hands of owners or managers who want their propety to be smoking friendly but there could be hope for change if a compromise was the goal as opposed to an entire segment of the population, participating in a LEGAL act, being harrassed and banned? Surely, in this world of big brains there is a way for tourism and tourists to win? I am a non smoker but all my friends smoke and since none of them will go with me to Hawaii we are all going to Cabo but I would love to come to Hawaii one day. Won't happen as long as family and friends are not welcome.
On Apr 15, 2010 at 06:15A Elizabeth Hill said
My friend recently received an inheritance and wanted me to plan a luxury vacation for us to Hawaii. Won't be happening. No smoking means we won't spend our money to be harrassed and not be allowed to relax and smoke if WE CHOOSE. The news is full of stories about people being hurt by the recession and tourism suffering everywhere yet Hotels, Spas, Resorts and vacation areas apparently are doing so well that they don't need the money that smokers bring to the area. We eat in restaurants, we drink, we shop, we stay in hotels, we have spa appts. we buy gifts but apparently Hawaii is not interested in any of our business or money. Too bad. Hope all the non smokers and their spending habits keep the tourism industry alive in Hawaii. I recently had friends who live in Europe say they would never travel in the US again because they can't make their own choices about smoking. Mexico is a more tourist friendly area. They seem to be more than happy to have us and our money even if we are the dreaded awful smokers. Of course criminals, as long as they don't smoke, are welcome in Hawaii. I will spread the word far and wide that Hawaii Tourism is just fine and doesn't need additional customers or money coming in. Thanks for nothing.
On Mar 30, 2010 at 08:53A Shannon said
I was all ready to book my 10-day trip with my family (2 adult children and they significant others 6 of us total) Then I found out about the smoking polices. If I can't find a place to stay where I can at least smoke on the Lanai we will not be going to Hawaii. What a harsh rule, Mexico is looking like a better option that's where I've gone the last two years with my family You get much more for your money and can have a smoke if you want.
On Mar 25, 2010 at 10:37A lydia ga said
we booked a flight my husband and i to Honolulu to celebrate our 41wedding anniversary and after i spend 5 hours on the internet to find a hotel with balcony 4,5 stars hotel in waikiki to find out the ban on smoking which made me sick to my stomach ...i had to cancel the whole trip heart breaker... my husband is a smoker and i can't understand why they don't allowed smoking on the balcony ridiculous !!!!!!
On Mar 19, 2010 at 10:29A Susan said
I just got back from a trip to Kauai. I didn't know before I went about the smoking ban. I found myself standing out in the blazing wind and rain to have a cigarette. Cigarettes are legal to purchase. It is not a crime to smoke. I dealt with it until I got to the Honolulu airport with a 7 hour flight ahead of me to find no where to smoke. The cleaning lady told me maybe I could find someplace in the dark to hide to have a cigarette. This is rediculous. I am not a criminal. I should not have to hide. I am a considerate smoker and never smoke around others or inside. You can't even walk out in the open areas and smoke. I thought to myself that there are other things that irritate me that I don't like so are they going to outlaw noisy kids that scream for endless hours and misbehave, or the alcoholics that become obnoxious. Oh, but that is legal in the airport. Why should there be a law dictating morality for a single thing like smoking. I am outraged and feel discriminated against. I will not plan another leisure vacation to Hawaii. Even if I quit smoking because this is rediculous.
On Mar 15, 2010 at 8:59P B.Schurmann said
I am heading to Hawaii in 3 months from Australia. My partner & myself are both smokers & are so dissapointed after reading this site. The smoking laws are strict in Aust too but you can smoke on balconys & most bars have a nice smoking area outside undercover where you can smoke & enjoy a drink because they know the people who smoke are the people who spend money on drinks! They dont want to go broke, they want people to come back!! Hawaii- c'mon!!
On Feb 19, 2010 at 11:48A KJ said
Smoking stinks. We're actually having trouble now because friends want to join us on our Maui trip and the hotel where we're staying only has smoking rooms left. Most people don't want the thing they take back with them from Hawaii to be a suitcase full of clothes that smell like an ashtray. I'm fine with designated smoking rooms but it's a hinderance for us non smokers too when availability gets tight. I don't have to carry around an obese person or hang out with a drunk but I have to breathe and that can be pretty unpleasant when smokers are around.
On Feb 14, 2010 at 1:19P Natalie Pekama said
Hawaii was always my dream destination that is currently turning into a nightmare. My mother and I are traveling there in April 2010 and we are both smokers. We weren't aware of the smoking laws till now. Except for the fact that we have already booked and paid for a 7 night cruise, hawaii would be off list. Cant find accommodation for smokers anywhere.
On Feb 6, 2010 at 4:31P Mark Mayer said
Thank God the vast majority of people have done something positive to protect healthy people from the putrid stench and toxic affects of smokers! We are going to enjoy the clean ocean air of Hawaii. Great site!
On Jan 23, 2010 at 2:10P Sherry said
I am a smoker thinking of making a 10 day trip to Hawaii next month and after reading this I'm not sure. I don't mind if they designate a spot where I can smoke but to tell me I can not smoke period what happened to my freedom to choose?? Predjudice is just that it doesn't matter who is on the receiving end. Will they also change the laws to prevent overweight people from eating fast food? Or drinkers must stop drinking because it is bad for their health? STOP BEING PREDJUDICED AGAINT SMOKERS like I said I don't mind a designated spot but don't ban me entirely.
On Jan 16, 2010 at 00:23M Vello Brig said
Hawaii was on my list to visit but no more. I will not go somewhere where, as a smoker, I am not welcome. Passive smoking is harmless but so many are deceived by people who fallaciously state otherwise. In fact it is becoming clearer that primary smoking 'harm' has been exaggerated beyond all proportion. When will common sense return? How much damage has to happen before people wake up to this insanity. In the mean time I and my family will stick to holidaying in more progressive, tolerant countries.
On Jan 15, 2010 at 6:05P Ingrid N said
I just spent the past couple of days researching and planning a 10-12 day trip to Maui with my mother-in-law in February. We're both smokers and while I did manage to find some places that would accommodate us I would still like to be able to enjoy a smoke with a drink and after meals or lounging around the pool without feeling like a criminal. I know it's a dirty, rotten, unhealthy habit (addiction) but I do try to be considerate of non-smokers and won't be forced in to quitting especially on my holidays! I guess we'll be heading to Mexico or the Dominican instead. It's cheaper there in the long run anyway.
On Jan 2, 2010 at 10:51A Terry Whitney said
Have recently made reservations for a much anticipated return trip to Maui in March. Upon learning of the new smoking laws, our level of anticipation has greatly diminished. Not even on the lanai? Ridiculous! Will now attempt to change our reservations for a different sunny destination. Mexico perhaps?
On Dec 30, 2009 at 6:06P Andy said
I just came back from New Orleans, where they have a partial and ineffective smoking ban (restaurants only). The smoke in bars (and restaurants that banned people under 21 so they could call themselves bars) was unbelievable. I couldn't go anywhere without being assaulted by smoke. My next trip will be to Hawaii. All of you who want to feed your addiction in your rooms and balconies (and elsewhere), you'll enjoy Louisiana.
On Dec 12, 2009 at 06:47A Linda Scheinoha said
Wow, I sure am glad I found this site. My husband and I were just planning a trip to Hawaii next month, but we are both smokers. I'm glad we hadn't finalized our plans yet. Guess we'll be going to Mexico instead.
On Nov 22, 2009 at 2:35P Randy said
My wife and I were going to take a two week vacation in Hawaii but we found out about this senseless smoking law. Hawaii needs to lighten up and at least allow people to smoke on Lanais. Instead they rather loose money for their residents as more and more people will go else where. Don't they know that tourism is their bread and butter and that this stupid law will kill there locals. I guess the politician don't care about that though. I my self will not be going there unless they lighten up a little on there law.
On Nov 14, 2009 at 4:57P lynda said
we like to relax and have the odd cigarette and to be told no.not in our own room is terrible.pls help we love hawaii honolulu but will not come if we cant find a 4 or 5 star hotel..tk you..lynda
On Nov 3, 2009 at 11:50A Patti said
For several years we've vacationed and done business in Hawaii twice a year, staying at the finest resorts, booking several rooms and meeting rooms, spending a lot of money on helicopters, boats, and we always buy expensive pearls, jewelry each trip, spending thousands each trip!. One time we brought around 26 of our employees/spouses. WE VOWED WE WILL NOT COME BACK BECAUSE THE SMOKING LAWS ARE RIDICULOUSLY RESTRICTIVE AND BECAUSE WE FEEL LIKE CRIMINALS! THERE ARE NO ACCOMMODATIONS, EVEN BENCHES FOR THE SMOKERS (if you can find a place to smoke!) We have a lot of smoking friends that feel the same way, and at our last convention Oct. 2009, all the smokers (and there were many) said they would not return because of the laws. We will never recommend Hawaii to any of our friends because of the ridiculous laws!
On Oct 22, 2009 at 11:30A marie delainey said
I as well just returned from Kauai, thank goodness I had no idea for the first 8 days that I couldn't smoke on my lanai, once I learned of that I found a hotel where at least I could walk protected a few steps to the beach. Is smoking good absolutely not, do I want to spend $10,000.00 being told what to do on vacation and not able to relax, absolutely not. Rethink this Hawaii. One woman I met in her 60's found herself in Waikiki at 3:00AM on the beach to have a cigarette and realized how dangerous that it was.
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• A Smoke Elimination Fee of $425 will be charged should guests smoke in their room.
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• A Smoke Elimination Fee of $425 will be charged should guests smoke in their room.
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• A Smoke Elimination Fee of $425 will be charged should guests smoke in their room.
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• A Smoke Elimination Fee of $425 will be charged should guests smoke in their room.
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• A Smoke Elimination Fee of $425 will be charged should guests smoke in their room.
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• A Smoke Elimination Fee of $425 will be charged should guests smoke in their room.
• Designated smoking area outside the hotel
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• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
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• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
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• Smoking is allowed in designated outside areas.
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• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
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• Designated smoking areas around the property
smoking image New Otani Kaimana Beach Hotel (Oahu) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image OHANA East (Oahu) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image OHANA Waikiki Malia (Oahu) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image OHANA Waikiki West (Oahu) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Outrigger Reef on the Beach (Oahu) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.0 out of 5): smoking image
• A cleaning fee of $250 is charged should guests smoke in their room.
• Smoking is allowed in an area on the side of the hotel next to Fort DeRussy.
smoking image Outrigger Regency on Beach Walk (Oahu) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Outrigger Waikiki on the Beach (Oahu) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.0 out of 5): smoking image
• A cleaning fee of $250 is charged should guests smoke in their room.
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Outrigger Waikiki Shore (Oahu) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Pagoda Hotel (Oahu) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 1.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Park Shore Waikiki (Oahu) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 2.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Polynesian Plaza (Oahu) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 1.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Queen Kapiolani Hotel (Oahu) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Sheraton Princess Kaiulani Hotel (Oahu) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking rooms are being eliminated after April 1, 2013
• Smoking is allowed in a designated areas in front of hotel and near parking garage entrance.
smoking image Sheraton Waikiki Resort (Oahu) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking rooms are being eliminated after April 1, 2013
• Designated smoking areas around the property
smoking image Shoreline Hotel Waikiki, A Joie de Vivre Hotel (Oahu) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 2.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Turtle Bay Resort & Ocean Villas (Oahu) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.0 out of 5): smoking image
• There are 3 designated smoking areas on the grounds outside the hotel.
smoking image Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort & Spa (Oahu) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Designated smoking area on 3rd floor open balcony
smoking image Waikiki Grand Hotel (Oahu) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Waikiki Parc Hotel (Oahu) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is allowed in a designated area on the 8th floor that is open from 8AM to 8PM.
smoking image Waikiki Resort Hotel (Oahu) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image White Sands Hotel (Oahu) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 2.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel

Maui Hotels & Condominiums that
Do Not Allow Smoking in Any Room

(Smoking may be allowed in designated, outdoor areas, as listed below)
smoking image Andaz Maui at Wailea (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Aston at Papakea Resort (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.5 out of 5): smoking image
• A Smoke Elimination Fee of $425 will be charged should guests smoke in their room.
• Smoking is allowed only in the parking lot area and at least 20 feet away from any building.
smoking image Aston at the Maui Banyan (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• A Smoke Elimination Fee of $425 will be charged should guests smoke in their room.
• Smoking is allowed in designated areas next to the swimming pools.
smoking image Aston Kaanapali Shores (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.0 out of 5): smoking image
• A Smoke Elimination Fee of $425 will be charged should guests smoke in their room.
• Smoking is allowed in three designated outdoors areas spread throughout the property.
smoking image Aston Mahana at Kaanapali (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• A Smoke Elimination Fee of $425 will be charged should guests smoke in their room.
• Smoking is allowed in a designated areas near the tennis court and near the BBQ.
smoking image Aston Maui Hill (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• A Smoke Elimination Fee of $425 will be charged should guests smoke in their room.
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Aston Maui Kaanapali Villas (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• A Smoke Elimination Fee of $425 will be charged should guests smoke in their room.
• Designated smoking areas around the property
smoking image Aston Maui Lu (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 1.5 out of 5): smoking image
• A Smoke Elimination Fee of $425 will be charged should guests smoke in their room.
• Smoking is allowed in designated areas of the property.
smoking image Courtyard by Marriott Maui Kahului Airport (Maui)
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Fairmont Kea Lani Maui (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Designated smoking areas near pool and by bell desk
smoking image Four Seasons Resort Maui (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 5.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is allowed in 5 designated areas around the property
smoking image Grand Wailea Resort (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.5 out of 5): smoking image
• A cleaning fee is charged should guests smoke in their room.
• Smoking is allowed outside the hotel in several designated areas.
smoking image Hale Kai O Kihei (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Hale Kamaole (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 2.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Designated smoking area in parking lot
smoking image Hale Mahina Beach Resort (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Ho'olei at Grand Wailea (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Designated smoking area by car port
smoking image Honua Kai Resort & Spa (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Designated smoking areas around the property
smoking image Hotel Wailea Maui (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Designated smoking areas in front and in central area of property
smoking image Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Designated smoking areas around the property on ocean side
smoking image Island Sands Resort (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 2.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Kaanapali Alii (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.0 out of 5): smoking image
• A $450 Smoke Elimination Fee will be charged at or following check-out if guests smoke in their room.
• Smoking is allowed in a designated area near the beach access.
smoking image Kaanapali Beach Club (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Designated smoking area by beach
smoking image Kaanapali Ocean Inn (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 2.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Kahana Reef (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 2.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Kahana Sunset (Maui)
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Kamaole Sands Resort Maui (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is allowed in designated outside areas
smoking image Kapalua Villas and Homes (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.0 out of 5): smoking image
• There are designated smoking areas at the two pools.
smoking image Kauhale Makai (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 2.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Kihei Akahi (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 2.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Kihei Bay Vista Resort (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 2.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Kihei Surfside (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is allowed in designated outside areas
smoking image Lahaina Shores Beach Resort (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• A $450 Smoke Elimination Fee will be charged at or following check-out if guests smoke in their room.
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Luana Kai (Maui)
• Designated smoking areas around the property
smoking image Makena Beach and Golf Resort (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Designated smoking areas around the property
smoking image Mana Kai Maui Resort (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is allowed in designated outside areas
smoking image Maui Coast Hotel (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is allowed in designated outside areas
smoking image Maui Kai (Maui)
• Smoking is allowed in designated outside areas
smoking image Maui Kamaole (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is allowed in designated outside areas
smoking image Maui Parkshore (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 2.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Maui Sunset (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 2.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is allowed in designated outside areas
smoking image Mauian Hotel on Napili Beach (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 1.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is allowed in designated outside areas
smoking image Napili Kai Beach Resort (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is allowed in designated outside areas
smoking image Napili Point Resort (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is allowed in designated outside areas
smoking image Outrigger Aina Nalu (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Outrigger Maui Eldorado Resort (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Outrigger Napili Shores (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• A cleaning fee of $250 is charged should guests smoke in their room.
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Outrigger Palms at Wailea (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Outrigger Royal Kahana Resort (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• A cleaning fee of $450 is charged should guests smoke in their room.
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Paki Maui (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 2.5 out of 5): smoking image
• A Smoke Elimination Fee of $425 will be charged should guests smoke in their room.
• Smoking is allowed in a designated area in the parking lot.
smoking image Polo Beach Club (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Puunoa Beach Estates (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.0 out of 5): smoking image
• A $450 Smoke Elimination Fee will be charged at or following check-out if guests smoke in their room.
• Smoking is allowed in designated outside areas
smoking image Ritz Carlton Kapalua (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 5.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Royal Lahaina Resort (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is allowed in designated outside areas
smoking image Royal Mauian (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 2.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Sands of Kahana (Maui)
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.0 out of 5): smoking image
• A cleaning fee of $150 is charged should guests smoke in their room.
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Sugar Beach Resort (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 2.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Travaasa Hana Hotel (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is allowed in a designated area outside of the bar.
smoking image Wailea Beach Marriott Resort & Spa (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is allowed in a designated area next to the bell desk.
smoking image Wailea Beach Villas (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is allowed on the lanais of rooms.
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Wailea Ekahi Village (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is permitted on lanais
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Wailea Ekolu Village (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is permitted on lanais
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Wailea Elua Village (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is permitted on lanais
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Wailea Grand Champions Villas (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is permitted on lanais
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Westin Maui Resort & Spa (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.0 out of 5): smoking image
• A cleaning fee of $200 is charged should guests smoke in their room.
• Smoking is allowed in designated areas next to the bell desk and near the beach.
smoking image Whaler on Kaanapali Beach (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.0 out of 5): smoking image
• A Smoke Elimination Fee of $425 will be charged should guests smoke in their room.
• Designated smoking areas around the property

Kauai Hotels & Condominiums that
Do Not Allow Smoking in Any Room

(Smoking may be allowed in designated, outdoor areas, as listed below)
smoking image Aston Aloha Beach Hotel (Kauai) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• A Smoke Elimination Fee of $425 will be charged should guests smoke in their room.
• Smoking is allowed in designated areas
smoking image Aston at Poipu Kai (Kauai) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• A Smoke Elimination Fee of $425 will be charged should guests smoke in their room.
• Smoking is allowed outdoors as long as it is 20 feet from a building.
smoking image Aston Islander on the Beach (Kauai) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• A Smoke Elimination Fee of $425 will be charged should guests smoke in their room.
• Smoking is allowed in designated areas in the parking lot, on the side of the property and on the ocean side of hotel.
smoking image Aston Waimea Plantation Cottages (Kauai) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.5 out of 5): smoking image
• A Smoke Elimination Fee of $425 will be charged should guests smoke in their room.
• Designated smoking areas around the property
smoking image Banyan Harbor Resort (Kauai)
• Designated smoking areas by pool, entrance, and F building
smoking image Castle at Princeville (Kauai) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is permitted on lanais and elsewhere on the property
smoking image Castle Kiahuna Plantation (Kauai) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Designated smoking area by outside by laundry
smoking image Cliffs at Princeville (Kauai) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Designated smoking areas around the property
smoking image Courtyard by Marriott Kauai at Coconut Beach (Kauai) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is allowed in designated areas in the parking lot and near the pool.
smoking image Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort & Spa (Kauai) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Kaha Lani (Kauai) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Kauai Beach Resort (Kauai) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Kauai Inn (Kauai) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 2.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Designated smoking area by parking lot and BBQ
smoking image Kauai Marriott Resort on Kalapaki Beach (Kauai) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is allowed in five designated outdoors areas spread throughout the property.
smoking image Koa Kea Hotel & Resort at Poipu Beach (Kauai)
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Koloa Landing at Poipu Beach Wyndham Grand Resort Hotel (Kauai) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Makahuena At Poipu (Kauai) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Outrigger Kiahuna Plantation (Kauai) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is allowed in designated areas near the parking lots. Ashtrays are provided.
smoking image Outrigger Lae Nani (Kauai) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Outrigger Waipouli Beach Resort (Kauai) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Plantation Hale Suites (Kauai) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 2.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Point at Poipu (Kauai) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Poipu Shores (Kauai) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Pono Kai Resort Kauai (Kauai) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Sheraton Kauai Resort (Kauai) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is allowed in some designated areas outside but not in any guest rooms or on guest room lanais.
smoking image St. Regis Princeville Resort (Kauai) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Wailua Bay View (Kauai) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 2.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Westin Princeville Ocean Resort Villas (Kauai)
• A cleaning fee of $200 is charged should guests smoke in their room.
• Designated smoking area near resort
smoking image Whalers Cove (Kauai) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel

Big Island Hotels & Condominiums that
Do Not Allow Smoking in Any Room

(Smoking may be allowed in designated, outdoor areas, as listed below)
smoking image Aston Kona by the Sea (Big Island) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• A Smoke Elimination Fee of $425 will be charged should guests smoke in their room.
• Smoking is allowed in designated areas in front of the hotel and in the parking lot.
smoking image Aston Shores at Waikoloa (Big Island) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• A Smoke Elimination Fee of $425 will be charged should guests smoke in their room.
• Smoking is allowed in designated areas on the property.
smoking image Aston Waikoloa Colony Villas (Big Island) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• A Smoke Elimination Fee of $425 will be charged should guests smoke in their room.
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Bungalows at Mauna Lani Bay (Big Island) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Designated smoking areas outside by canoe house and near pool
smoking image Castle Hali'i Kai At Waikoloa (Big Island)
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Castle Kona Reef (Big Island) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Designated smoking areas around the property
smoking image Courtyard King Kamehameha's Kona Beach Hotel (Big Island) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 2.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Designated smoking areas around the property
smoking image Fairmont Orchid Hawaii (Big Island) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Four Seasons Resort Hualalai (Big Island) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 5.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is allowed in five designated outdoors areas spread throughout the property.
smoking image Hali'i Kai At Waikoloa (Big Island)
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel (Big Island) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Designated smoking areas around the property
smoking image Hilton Waikoloa Village (Big Island) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Designated smoking areas around the property
smoking image Islands at Mauna Lani (Big Island) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.0 out of 5): smoking image
• A $450 Smoke Elimination Fee will be charged at or following check-out if guests smoke in their room.
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Kolea at Waikoloa Beach (Big Island) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Kona Bali Kai Hotel (Big Island) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 2.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Kulalani at Mauna Lani (Big Island)
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Kumalani Villas (Big Island)
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Mauna Kea Beach Prince Hotel (Big Island) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Mauna Kea Resort South (Big Island) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Mauna Lani Bay Hotel And Bungalows (Big Island) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is allowed in two designated outdoors areas.
smoking image Mauna Lani Point (Big Island) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.0 out of 5): smoking image
• A $450 Smoke Elimination Fee will be charged at or following check-out if guests smoke in their room.
• Designated smoking area near parking lot
smoking image Mauna Lani Terrace (Big Island) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Naniloa Volcanoes Resort (Big Island) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 1.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Designated smoking areas around the property
smoking image Outrigger Fairway Villas (Big Island) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Outrigger Kanaloa at Kona (Big Island) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• A cleaning fee of $450 is charged should guests smoke in their room.
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Outrigger Royal Sea Cliff Resort (Big Island) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Palm Villas at Mauna Lani (Big Island)
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Royal Kona Resort (Big Island) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is allowed on the Lagoon Terrace, the Sunset Cove and in a designated smoking section by the pool.
smoking image Sheraton Kona Resort & Spa at Keauhou Bay (Big Island) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Designated smoking areas around the property
smoking image South Kohala Kolea at Waikoloa (Big Island) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Villages at Mauna Lani (Big Island) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Vista Waikoloa (Big Island) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 2.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Volcano House (Big Island) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 2.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Wai'ula'ula Condominiums (Big Island)
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort & Spa (Big Island) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is allowed in designated areas outside next to the luau area, next to tennis courts, and at the cabana.
smoking image Waikoloa Beach Villas (Big Island)
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Waimea Country Lodge (Big Island) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 2.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel

Molokai Hotels & Condominiums that
Do Not Allow Smoking in Any Room

(Smoking may be allowed in designated, outdoor areas, as listed below)
smoking image AQUA Hotel Molokai (Molokai) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 2.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is allowed in designated areas of the property.
smoking image Castle Molokai Shores Suites (Molokai) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 2.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Kepuhi Beach Resort (Molokai) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 2.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Designated smoking areas around the property
smoking image Paniolo Hale Resort Condominium (Molokai)
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Wavecrest Resort (Molokai)
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel

Lanai Hotels & Condominiums that
Do Not Allow Smoking in Any Room

(Smoking may be allowed in designated, outdoor areas, as listed below)
smoking image Four Seasons Manele Bay Hotel (Lanai) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 5.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel
smoking image Lodge at Koele (Lanai) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 5.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is not allowed in any rooms or in any other areas of the hotel

Oahu Hotels & Condominiums that Allow Smoking
in Some Rooms and/or in Designated Areas in the Hotel
smoking image Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki (Oahu) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking rooms are avaliable on request. The top 10 floors in the Diamond Head Tower include smoking rooms. These rooms are in Oceanfront Prime and Oceanfront Top categories.
• Designated smoking areas outside the hotel
smoking image Hyatt Regency Waikiki Resort & Spa (Oahu) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking allowed on lanais of some rooms only, but not inside the rooms. In a nonsmoking room NO smoking will be allowed either in the room or on the balcony. A $250 fee will be charged for smoking in a nonsmoking room.
• Smoking is allowed in designated outside areas
smoking image Ilima Hotel (Oahu) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Limited smoking rooms available in Superior and Deluxe categories.
• Smoking is allowed in a designated area in the parking lot.
smoking image Kahala Hotel & Resort (Oahu) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 5.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Limited smoking rooms are available on a request basis only. The 10th floor in the main Tower and 2nd floor in the Dolphin Wing are designated smoking floors.
• Designated smoking areas around the property
smoking image Pacific Beach Hotel (Oahu) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is available on several floors of the Ocean Tower. An automatic Cleaning Fee of $250.00 + tax per incident will be applied if a guest smokes in a non-smoking room.
• Designated smoking area by pool side
smoking image Royal Hawaiian Hotel (Oahu) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 5.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking rooms are located in the main building on the 6th floor, and in the Tower Wing on floors 12. 14 and 17.
• Smoking is allowed at the bottom of the steps leading from the hotel.
smoking image Trump International Hotel Waikiki Beachwalk (Oahu) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 5.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is permitted in a few units by request
• Designated smoking area near valet parking

Maui Hotels & Condominiums that Allow Smoking
in Some Rooms and/or in Designated Areas in the Hotel
smoking image Kaanapali Beach Hotel (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking rooms are available on the smoking floors of two buildings. In these rooms, smoking is allowed only on lanais. Guests will be charged $150 for smoking in a non-smoking room, including lanais.
• Smoking is allowed in designated outside areas
smoking image Makena Surf (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Limited smoking rooms are available.
• Smoking is allowed in designated outside areas
smoking image Maui Beach Hotel (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 2.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking rooms are available on a request basis only.
smoking image Westin Kaanapali Ocean Resort Villas (Maui) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 4.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Guests may smoke on lanais so long as sliding glass door is closed

Kauai Hotels & Condominiums that Allow Smoking
in Some Rooms and/or in Designated Areas in the Hotel
No hotels allow smoking in rooms

Big Island Hotels & Condominiums that Allow Smoking
in Some Rooms and/or in Designated Areas in the Hotel
smoking image Castle Hilo Hawaiian Hotel (Big Island) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 3.0 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking is allowed on the lanais of rooms on the 8th and 1st floors only.
smoking image Hilo Bay Hotel (Big Island) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 1.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking rooms are available on a request basis only.
• Designated smoking areas around the property
smoking image Kona Bay Hotel (Big Island)
• Smoking rooms are available on a request basis only.
• Designated smoking area near parking lot

Molokai Hotels & Condominiums that Allow Smoking
in Some Rooms and/or in Designated Areas in the Hotel
smoking image Ke Nani Kai Condos (Molokai) Travel Hawaii Rating ( 2.5 out of 5): smoking image
• Smoking rooms are available on a request basis only.

Lanai Hotels & Condominiums that Allow Smoking
in Some Rooms and/or in Designated Areas in the Hotel
No hotels allow smoking in rooms


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