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This is an historical hotel, with a rustic feel, in the most amazing position. There won't be many times in your life you will be able to stay so close to a volcano. The rooms are pricey for what they are, but they are comfortable...More
Ate there a year ago and this year it was better. Fully staffed this time even though I hit a busy time. Good burger, good local beer selection and a view that can't be beat. Still miss the old lodge, most of it now looks...More
This accommodation is not luxurious, but it is extremely convenient to the sights within the park. Not only that, but you can see the glow from the caldera inthe middle of the night if you awaken and cannot sleep. In fact, it was the middle...More
Expensive because of the location. You can pay extra for a room with a view of the volcano at night. If that sounds thrilling to you, then you should stay here!
We checked in in the rain and if the weather had not cleared all...More
You are paying a premium price for the location - which is spectacular and may be enough for most people. However the rooms are dated and can be stuffy (no air con), the walls are thin, the food is fairly average (but the prices are...More
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US$318 - US$437 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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United States >
Island of Hawaii >
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
Also Known As
Volcano House Hotel Hawaii Volcanoes National Park ,
Volcano Hotel ,
Volcano House Hawaii/Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
Response from EDSTraveler | Reviewed this property |
We had a room with 2 double beds...so 4 was no problem. The walk in closet could easily fit a pack n play or kids size air mattress if one of your 5 is a child. I'm not sure if they have any rules about extra guests.
Response from Richard J | Reviewed this property |
1/2 of the rooms on the first floor face the parking lot. You can request a "crater view" room, but be aware that these "view" rooms are going to cost a bit more. Second floor has much better views. At night the view of... More
1/2 of the rooms on the first floor face the parking lot. You can request a "crater view" room, but be aware that these "view" rooms are going to cost a bit more. Second floor has much better views. At night the view of the glow from the lava lake is amazing.