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If you’re accustomed to dining at a 3 or 4 star Michelin restaurant this ain’t the place so skip it. On the other hand if you prefer a mom or pop dining experience give this a try. The menu is very limited. Their claim to...More
Experience Hawaii without all the hype of the over rated, over priced resorts. This is a historic hotel catering to the local crowd and those of us who want something a little more authentic. Couldn't have been more pleased with our accommodations. We chose the...More
Excellent place for a large group, easy to reach the entire Big island from there. Basic, clean, excellent view over the ocean and the surrounding gardens. Across the street from Sunday fresh foods market.
The Manago Hotel is an old building that is an institution in Captain Cook, long run by family. We stayed here after flying into Kona and before proceeding to Volcanoes National Park. The connected buildings are old, with wooden staircases, outside room entrances, and could...More
If you are anywhere near this Hotel near lunch or dinner time, make a stop. Meals are simple but each dish is bountiful and there are sides served family style. Just being there takes you back to the 50s or 60s and you feel like...More
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US$69 - US$84 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I can't answer your specific questions but debated the whole shared/not shared bathroom question with myself before booking to stay 2 nights in December last year. Given the prices are so reasonable I decided to go with the... More
I can't answer your specific questions but debated the whole shared/not shared bathroom question with myself before booking to stay 2 nights in December last year. Given the prices are so reasonable I decided to go with the private bathroom. Probably if you need to ask then it is worth the extra cost :)
I had a room on the second floor. The bed was comfortable (quite firm). This is a super place to stay, the people were lovely and the breakfasts are delicious.
PS I am 64.
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"The Japanese Room for quiet and seclusion, view, and decor."