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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.
All reviews crater view room second floor cookies national park great view no elevator jagger museum once in a lifetime breakfast buffet dining room rooms are small window table worth the price walls are thin gift shop enjoy the view visitor center
We ate near the window facing the crater in the fine dining room. It was wonderful. Kevin was a good waiter. Nice variety. Probably our nicest meal. The volcano house was closed for awhile, now reopend with great new management. It's been there for many...More
I managed to snag a crater view room just after the hotel reopened. The staff must have gone all out to get the place on line. The restaurants opened while I was in house. So I got to enjoy the breakfast buffet each morning. Thanks...More
Hotel sits right on the rim of the volcano. Although there is no visible lava there is still a lot see in the park. This hotel is great for driving and waking to the park. The hotel itself is rustic and average but it’s location...More
We recently visited Volcano House restaurant at the Kiluea Crater. The panoramic view from our table by the window was incredible. From this view the volcano seems quiet and inactive. The food was great and the staff were very friendly. Our waitress Stacy showed us...More
We had stopped by many times on around-the-island trips, but this was our first overnight stay. The building dates to the 1940s, so no one should be expecting glam resort treatment, but everything was totally comfortable, clean & functional. We were served complimentary mimosas on...More
Response from EDSTraveler | Reviewed this property |
We had a room with 2 double beds...so 4 was no problem. The walk in closet could easily fit a pack n play or kids size air mattress if one of your 5 is a child. I'm not sure if they have any rules about extra guests.