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At this Great Little Place in Hilo, when they invite you to bring your cup to the lobby for coffee and to take papaya and bananas, they mean whole papayas and a pick-off-the-stalk bananas! We were delighted—nothing fancy, but a cheerful 50-year-old, two-story, family-owned hotel...More
We took a quick trip from Maui to Hilo. It was the first for both of us to visit Hilo. When we booked it appeared we could only get a room with 2 twin beds but when we arrived we got a room with a...More
On a two-week visit to Hawaii, my girlfriend and I stayed here for our first four nights, and we couldn't have asked for a more pleasant welcome to the state. Everyone who works at Dolphin Bay is friendly, genuine, and helpful. It goes without saying...More
We stayed for 2 nights. Our room was very comfortable and exceptionally clean. We had a nice deck with beautiful trees and birds just in front. Beds were comfortable (and plentiful in our room). They have an adjacent garden that supplies wonderful fruit for breakfast....More
This was a quiet place off the main drag unless a tiny frog decides to try to mate the night you are there. We thought it was an obnoxious bird, but it was a frog! The owner had an article about it in the office....More