We stayed here because of the cost seemed good for what was offered. We found the little bungalow on 5th Street to be a nice, economical place for a stop to visit the volcano. The place was clean, new, fresh and comfortable. Much better than a place we stayed in Hilo.
- Also Known As:
- 5th Street Ohana Volcano, Hawaii
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 5th Street O’hana is a fusion of casual Hawaiian atmosphere with the quality and style of a secluded, small B&B. In Hawaiian, the word Ohana means family. 5th Street Ohana is a small house that brings family living to the new millennium with privacy, comfort and conveniences for today’s travelers.5th Street provides individual explorers and family escapades a comfortable accommodation close to the popular Volcano National Park. 5th Street has been labeled as “The Best Value” for families who want to explore the Big Island.On the Big Island of Hawaii, these Hawaii accommodations are less than a 10 minute drive from Volcanoes National Park. Free Wi-Fi is provided in all rooms.Surrounded by forests, guests enter each facility through a private entrance. Accommodations at 5th Street Ohana feature a flat-screen cable TV, iPod docking station, a full kitchen and a private bathroom. A dining area, sitting area and a view of the grounds are also provided in all accommodations.Under the open night sky, guests can view stars. Breakfast items are included for guests to prepare their own meals at Ohana 5th Street.Thomas A Jagger Museum and Hawaiian Volcano Observatory are within a 15 minute drive of 5th Street Ohana. ... more less
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