I stayed 3 nights. The location could not have been more convenient for my 2 solid days at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, just one mile down the road. If you are truly interested in seeing the volcano, not just sampling it, 2 full days are necessary, not to mention the variability of the weather on any one given day. Hale Ohia is very quiet. I had quirky Cottage 44, the converted water tower. Unique split-level design with the bedroom 6 steps down. I could see this being slightly annoying to some people. There's a small kitchenette. They leave breakfast every day for the next morning. It's nice, but it is the same every day, yogurt (supermarket vanilla every day), a papaya, some bananas, juice, coffee and a house-made bread that did change each day. The bread was nice, although too dry and dense. Staff is very pleasant, could not be nicer. Gas fireplace was a very nice touch -- and it was needed in the very cool nights up on the mountain. Jacuzzi tub and a separate shower. Nice little covered porch, not a lanai, that was pleasant to sit on. Cozy reading nook by a window with pillows. Nice little place.
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- Also Known As:
- Hale Ohia Cottages Hotel Volcano
- Hale Ohia Cottages Volcano, Hawaii