Don't expect alot from the Kohala Village Inn in Hawi Hawaii. It is a very small town and the inn is not impressive. But the rate $65-85 per night is reasonable. The room we had was decent, clean and Hawaiian plantation style. Nice television with several channels. There is no room service, so make the soap, towels and toilet paper last if you are going to be there more than two days. There is no air conditioning but the ceiling fan will help keep the room cool and you can open the windows also. If there is any noise in adjoining rooms or outside you will hear it. The inn had its own restaurant but they are in the process of slowly remodeling it, so it is gutted and you will have to eat somewhere else in town. The town closes down around 9 p.m. so be sure to get whatever food and supplies you need early in the day. There is not much to do in Hawi, you can see everything the town has to offer in about 20 minutes. You are probably better off just driving through instead of staying over night.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- ~E Komo Mai~ Loaded with comfort and amenities, the Kohala Village Inn is not only the finest choice in hotels, it is an outstanding value. We offer a wide selection of rooms to choose from, each with private bath, satellite television and ceiling fans. High speed internet access is available and kama'aina rates are offered where applicable. The Big Island's most beautiful beaches, historical sites and scenic areas dot the Kohala Coast and are all easily accessible from Hawi. The hotel is walking distance to fabulous restaurants, shopping, local attractions, and the famous Kamehameha Statue is just down the road. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Kohala Village Hotel Hawi
- Kohala Village Hawi
- Kohala Village Inn Hawi, Hawaii