We stayed at the Volcano Inn June 2011 and wow were we surprised, we had not known what a special, magical tropical treat this place is; it very quickly felt like home to us. Be prepared to take off your shoes before you enter, and you’ll soon appreciate a magnificent common room with beautiful natural woods, comfy little tables, a magnificent view of the lovely jungle vegetation all around. Much (or all?) of the place is hand-built using a lot of natural native materials, it’s a marvel to look at. The rooms are very large and full of nice unexpected goodies like books, DVDs (but who’d watch a dvd in such a paradise?!), and more. You can walk around the paths in the back yard and soak in the natural beauty of the place, enjoying a freshly made mug of coffee while doing so. One special treat we got was to speak with a fascinating individual and geologist, Jake Lagoni, who sat with us and treated us with wonderful conversation over coffee and fresh-baked organic muffins. We enjoyed Volcano Inn more than we can say and were so sorry to leave our little temporary jungle “home”, but we know we are going back – the next time we go to The Big Island, we’ll definitely stay at Volcano Inn again. This place would be a bargain at twice the price. I hope Jake will be there!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Twelve unique rooms, all with their own private bathroom. We have rooms to accommodate two guests or six. We have a common area for complimentary morning coffee and breakfast. Relax in our hot tub after a day at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, which is only a couple miles away. We have the nicest rooms and the best rates. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Volcano Inn Hawaii