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Waimea Country Lodge
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Reviewed January 19, 2008

First off this hotel was way too expensive for what it was. For $115 a night I would expect maybe some coffee in the room, hot water that takes less that 5 minutes to get to the shower, and general cleanliness (windows were filthy, bathroom had a few stains on the wall and there were a few holes in walls around the room). It was the cheapest place in Waimea, but it would probably be worth it to find a place in another town nearby.

  • Stayed: January 2007, traveled with friends
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3  Thank ravan46
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Reviewed November 22, 2007

We chose this hotel at the last minute because we were passing through the area. A travel guide recommended it, but I can't understand why. This hotel charged us $130 for a basic room, off-season. It was clean and everything worked fine but in the morning it's very loud (trucks) and there are no ammenities which would justify this price. They could do better for this rate... and so could you... elsewhere.

Stayed: November 2007
3  Thank moremanoi
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Reviewed November 10, 2006

Good location to Parker Ranch - BUT the facility was old, dirty, and OVER PRICED for the quality. Our room was at the end of a dark, smelly hallway and the bathroom was disgustingly dirty
We left the lights on all night - after killing 2 roaches.

Stayed: October 2006
14  Thank dor97
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Reviewed October 23, 2006

My husband and I stayed here for one night on our honeymoon. We were driving around the island and just needed a cheap place to stay, and this was it. The room was large, with two king-sized beds, and clean but nothing fancy. Our windows looked out onto the schoolyard behind us, which was nice. One thing we really liked was that the motel was within walking distance of the town's shops and restaurants, so we could go for a stroll or enjoy dinner with a bottle of wine and not worry about having to drive.

  • Stayed: February 2006, traveled as a couple
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6  Thank ms_aimee
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Reviewed October 6, 2006

We stayed 1 Sat. night at the end of Sept. in a unit w/ a kitchenette & 2 queen beds for $139 (with tax).. This 1-story motel was clean & simple, no lobby, just a small outdoor waiting area when you check in. The receptionist was efficient & courteous. We didn't need the kitchen, but it looked adequately stocked w/pans, utensils, etc. Behind a closet door, there was a 2-burner stovetop (no oven) next to a small sink, with a small, older undercounter refrigerator. No kitchen counter space, so you'd have to do food prep on the bathroom counter or on the rolling storage cart. Had a microwave, toaster, no coffee maker (there's free coffee in the reception area). There was a large table w/3 chairs, a nice tv/dresser armoire. No air-conditioning, just a wall-mounted fan. We opened the windows to get some circulation, which was OK during that time of the year. The room smelled a bit of cigarette smoke -- there was an ash tray on the table, so it wasn't a non-smoking room. We forgot to ask if rooms were non-smoking, so you'd have to find out if there are any. It was a spacious room (fine for us, 2 adults & a toddler), with a high open-beam wooden ceiling, but thin walls. A few framed Hawaiian-themed prints on the walls. The window looks out to a plain lawn w/trees dividing the property from a private school. No ambience, just a simple place to stay.

Bathroom was small, simple, a bit outdated & somewhat worn (older cabinet, tub was chipped, flooring was curling at the foot of the tub's edge). The motel is right next to a private school & a restaurant, and very near a nice park for kids, shopping areas & gas stations. We might stay there again since other resorts along the Kohala coast would be about $100 more per night & bed & breakfast places require at-least 2-night minimums.

  • Stayed: September 2006, traveled with family
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5  Thank Hawaii_Reviewer
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