My husband enjoyed the Volcano Inn a bit more than I did. He liked that it felt like he was staying in a cabin in the woods, something we don't get on most of our travels. The big windows looking onto the lush greenery outside were neat for sure, but I'm not sure it was worth the price. Still, I'd recommend the place.
The Inn is actually a few different houses/cabins in an area very near Volcano Park, my review might not apply to all of the rooms available.
-little kitchenette with microwave, fridge, cutlery, cups, plates, toaster, coffee, tea
-near Volcano National Park and village (with restaurants)
-like staying in a 3-star cabin; unique experience
-big windows offered a neat view of secluded jungle outside our door
-no air conditioning
-bed was a bit older, but still okay (not too saggy, but it's getting there :) )
-heated with a loud space heater
-dehumidifier was useful but too loud to run at night
-power goes off when you leave the room, so you can't leave the heater or dehumidifier running
-tight parking space
- 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