This hotel is priced at about double what it is worth. The bathrooms are tiny. The rooms are noisy because you can here every word your neighbors say and every door which is opened and closed in the hallway. I wanted to photograph the caldera at night from my room but that was impossible because the windows have screens that cannot be fully opened and this ruins any possible photography. One positive aspect was the Rim restaurant, which had good food and friendly service for dinner. But the breakfast buffet in the morning is another ripoff, about $40 dollars for two with tip.Save yourself the money (and sleep away from the fumes) and get a room in Volcano Village or Hilo, then go to the Jagger Museum porch to see the caldera.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Volcano House is the only hotel located within Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and is perched on the rim of Kilauea's Halemaumau crater. The historic Volcano House Hotel has long captured the imagination of visitors from all over the world with its iconic location, rich cultural legacy, and warm Hawaiian hospitality. Drawing upon a storied history dating back to 1846, Volcano House Hotel is now re-imagined for a new era with updated rooms, a restaurant and lounge serving Pacific Rim fare, and retail shops. Come experience the best Hawaii Island has to offer. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Volcano House Hotel Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
- Volcano Hotel
- Volcano House Hawaii/Hawaii Volcanoes National Park