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Seeking Airbnb in Honolulu in November

Hi

We will be visiting Honolulu in late November for 15 days and are looking for a reasonably priced room near the centre - we won’t be driving. The upside is that we are tidy, considerate and friendly :slight_smile: The downside is that we are smokers :frowning: Would appreciate it if anyone could let us know of any suitable accommodation out there. This is a link to our listing in Sydney for more information about us - https://www.airbnb.com.au/rooms/1941030?preview
We would also be open to a non-simultaneous home exchange. Cheers.

Are you saying that you are looking for a listing where you are permitted to smoke inside?


Get Smoking Alert everywhere, but you can smoke in the balcony or downstairs.

Hi Ellen, thanks for your reply. Yes, we would prefer a listing where we are allowed to smoke in the lounge area. We never smoke in bathrooms, bedrooms, kitchens or dining rooms. Although, we do appreciate that smoke can permeate. Cheers.

Hi Jimmmm, thanks for your reply. Unfortunately, while we do appreciate that the rate for your listing reflects the large premises and great amenities, the rate is too high for us. Good luck with your first foray into the world of Airbnb. We have found it to be an exhilirating experience. Cheers.

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I don’t think you’ll find anyone anywhere that allows indoor smoking these days, it’s just so gross and so offensive to everyone else who will stay there after. And I’m a smoker

Anti-smoking measures in the U.S. are at an all time high: The large public university down the street doesn’t allow smoking anywhere on campus – not even outdoors or in the parking lots. My parents’ suburban town in California bans smoking from all public areas, meaning you cannot walk down the street while smoking. It’s only allowed on private property or in your car.

Many condo and apt complexes in the U.S. now prohibit smoking indoors since the smoke enters the central ventilation system. Many condo buildings are actually prohibiting smoking from outdoor balconies as well. A private home can theoretically allow smoking indoors but with your price range, you are looking at condo complexes. Waikiki will likely be slow to adopt stringent mainland anti-smoking measures since they have so many international tourists, esp from E Asia.

What a silly question. It’s not the 70’s no-more.:confused:

Thanks very much for the information, Chicagohost, appreciate you taking the time.

Thanks for the information, Emily.

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