The Best Cafes in Honolulu
Spend each morning of your relaxing escape in Honolulu with an artisan cup of coffee and a delicious handmade pastry. Hunting down the very best cafes in the largest city in Hawaii can be challenging. Whether you’re looking for a freshly roasted cup of black coffee or the island’s best latte, the options are seemingly unlimited throughout our lively neighborhoods. Prince Waikiki overlooks a stunning marina and the vast Pacific Ocean, and our guests are steps away from a fresh cup of coffee and slice of quiche from the Honolulu Coffee Company, conveniently located in the lobby of our luxurious hotel. You’re also encouraged to visit the many lively, diverse Honolulu neighborhoods. Kaka’ako, Mānoa, and Waikiki all have splendid cafes with rousing coffee, scrumptious breakfast, and Hawaiian charm.
Morning Glass Coffee – Mānoa
Morning Glass Coffee is off the beaten path in the Mānoa valley neighborhood, but their house-roasted coffee and delicious breakfast creations are worth the 3.5-mile drive. Their down-to-earth locale is the ideal Honolulu cafe for those aiming to spend a couple of hours with family or friends. Start your morning with a creamy latte, Vietnamese-style iced coffee, or a Hawaiian coffee of the day. We highly recommend visiting Morning Glass on a Saturday morning for brunch as their skillet-baked eggs are divine.
Arvo Cafe – Kaka’ako
The Arvo Cafe rests in the heart of Honolulu’s arts district, Kaka’ako, and shares a modern space with Paiko, a local botanical boutique. While Arvo does lack indoor space, the Australian-inspired lattes are worth the short trip from Prince Waikiki. Cure a hangover with an eye-opening charcoal latte or sip on a colorful “tide-dye” latte, a local favorite. The coffee is sensational, but most patrons choose Arvo for their signature toast. Share two giant slices of smoked salmon, loaded avocado, or Nutella toast. No one in Honolulu can match their unique flavors or plated presentation.
Kona Coffee Purveyors – Waikiki
You’ll discover Kona Coffee Purveyors inside the International Market Place slightly over a mile down the road from Prince Waikiki. This lavish coffee shop has marble tabletops, ideal outdoor seating, and a pleasant, professional ambiance. Kona has the best black coffee and cold press on the island and perhaps the best kouign-amann in Hawaii. Try the kouign-amann sundae–you’ll thank us later.
Honolulu Coffee Company
Remember to grab a cup of Joe and a delicious breakfast item from the onsite Honolulu Coffee Company if you’re planning on spending the day soaking in our lavish infinity pool, swinging the clubs at Hawaii Prince Golf Course, or lounging in the exclusive Prince Waikiki Club. They’re serving guests daily with hearty breakfast sandwiches, breakfast burritos, and homemade quiche. Honolulu Coffee Company has smooth, robust coffee blends perfect for a morning pick-me-up. Their onsite location is just one of the many perks of a getaway to Prince Waikiki, the premier luxury hotel in the state of Hawaii.