There are no hotels in Volcano Village. Lots of B&Bs to choose from but the most interesting ones apparently get booked several months in advance. The national park hotel on the edge of the crater was closed for renovations so that may have had something to do with the scarcity plus it was the week after Ironman and we saw several racers having some downtime with their families. Plan ahead.
Volcano Inn is a good value at its price point. We spent two nights there. Inexpensive, simple and clean. For a few dollars more we stayed in two rooms on the top floor (3rd) of the main building. Very spacious rooms. Breakfast is not included but very good. Bed seemed overly firm to us. There is a hot tub but we didn't try it. Recommend dinner at the Kilauea Lodge.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We have nine cottage-style units beautifully nestled in the rain forest of Volcano Village, Hawaii. All rooms have private bathrooms, refrigerator, microwave and coffee maker. Our larger, family, units have kitchenettes and gas fireplaces. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Volcano Hotel Volcano
- Volcano Inn Cottages Hawaii