Ratings based on 103 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.2 Room cleanliness
3.9 Service & staff
3.6 Room comfort
4.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveller from Australia
Overall experience.Posted 3-Sep-2014
Pros: It is a beautiful cottage built in 1912.
Cons: Bed a bit on the small side.
Location: Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
The accommodation is very clean and comfortable. There are 3 bathrooms so no waiting to use the bathroom.
for Everyoneby A verified traveller from Sydney
Snug to the extremePosted 12-Aug-2014
Admittedly I took the cheapest room with shared bath but I was not expecting the loft style room with beams covered in soft material in case you hit your head. No remote for TV either. We will call it cosy. Continental breakfast a short drive away was excellent value, and option of self cater in shared kitchen. Overall OK.
for Everyoneby A verified traveller from Gilbert, Az
A different but fun experiencePosted 7-Aug-2014
If you are accustomed to to standard chain hotels this may not be the place for you. Lovely 1912 Hawaiian home offers private rooms small but adequate and shared bathrooms (updated and lovely), kitchen and living area. You can be as friendly with the other guests as pleases you. Inexpensive and very close to the volcano national park. Beautiful grounds. I really enjoyed our stay.
for Everyoneby A verified traveller from H
Beautiful and peaceful!Posted 22-Jun-2014
This place is a real gem, even better than the internet photos show.
for Everyoneby Dominic from Los Angeles, CA
Nice accommodations for a 1 night stay.Posted 25-May-2014
Cozy. Close to volcano park. Budget friendly. Directions to the property were very precise. Since there are no street lights, you have to keep note of any landmarks so you know where to turn and park.
for Everyoneby A verified traveller from ff
Very nice welcome with a free yummy local coffee, room was Cosy, clean and comfy. excellent stay. Only complain was that the room was located beneath aome stairs therefore ir t was a bit noisy..but not that bad if you dont have a light a sleep..
for Personal Eventby Joanne and Bob E from St Croix USVI
Posted 24-May-2014 on Hotels.com
very cozy, liked the convenience of communal kitchen, meeting fellow travelers. it was a very price worthy. great location for exploring the volcano. Though they should ask guests on the upper floor to tread lightly as the NENE room is partially below the stairwell. Thue continental breakfast at $6.00 p/p is adequate, but nothing special. The staff is friendly and helpful. The kitchen and common areas were kept neat and clean and well equiped..
Recommendedby A verified traveller
Posted 6-May-2014 on Hotels.com
Recommendedby Laurence from San Francisco
Cozy innPosted 14-Apr-2014 on Hotels.com
Volcano Hale is a nice 3 storey house converted into an inn. Shared bathrooms and kitchen like a hostel. The bathrooms here have shampoo soap and towels you can use.
for Everyoneby Renee from Cairns, Australia
Charming chalet, bad bed!Posted 12-Apr-2014
Cons: The mattress on the bed in Nene room.
Location: Visit Volcano nat park. Great thai restaurant- Thai thai down the rd. FANTASTIC food!
The chalet itself was a beautiful gem of a place, spotlessly clean, quiet, shared kitchen and bathroom facilities with nice grounds. The only thing was that we were in the Nene room and the bed was soft and sagged in the middle so that you rolled into the middle of the bed all the time. Had worst night sleep which was a shame as everything else was great!