We just returned from 6 days on Molokai, HI. For the first 4 days we stayed in a great B&B. Unfortunately, it was booked for the last two days of our visit so we moved over to Hotel Molokai. There were not a lot of choices of places to stay on the island. Although the hotel is out of town a couple of miles, it has a good central location on the island and is on the ocean. Another positive is the staff, which are lovely, as was everyone else we met in Molokai. Our room (131) was extremely hot, eventhough we ran the table fan round the clock and left the patio door open, in spite of the fact that we were on the ground floor and our patio door was secured with a small hook. When we opened the sliding patio door, it came off in our hands. The carpet was so dirty or stained, that we did not appreciate walking on it in bare feet. The door to the bathroom had lost a lot of its veneer and was severly warped from water damage. The room was very dark and dingy, wtih its only natural light coming through the patio door. The small patio was dark because of the large overhang from the deck of the room above. People were able to walk right in front of our patio, allowing us no privacy when the curtains (which were coming off their rod) were pulled back. At $135+ a night I would expect more.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Enjoy an authentic Hawaiian experience at our resort, located on Kamiloloa Beach adjacent to Hawaii's only barrier reef. Our Ocean front resort offers the ideal setting for your authentic Hawaiian experience. Join us every Friday for our "Aloha Friday" sunset celebration from 4pm-6pm Oceanside. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel Molokai Hawaii