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The Manoah Boutique HotelNestled on the shores of...

The Manoah Boutique Hotel

Nestled on the shores of postcard-perfect Shoal Bay, The Manoah Boutique Hotel offers 25 breezy, ocean view rooms and a stunning 3-bedroom Presidential Villa Suite.

All accommodations are divinely designed in pastel tropical colors borrowed from the island’s paradise beaches, with stylish Caribbean furnishings, freestanding bathtubs, and glorious balconies overlooking the sea.

The onsite Ocean Beach Club is home to a fine-dining restaurant and two lovely beach bars, perfect for sunset cocktails. Nearby, the Olympic-size pool, complete with chic cabanas, is the ideal place to unwind in style.

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