Volcano Village Lodge

by | Mar 14, 2012

What a find! This inn is small, just over an acre, and was originally built as an artist’s workshop, but was converted in 2006 with buildings added over time. The stand-alone rooms are set amid a very lush, dense tropical forest of native plantings. Each feels very private and intimate. All are lavishly furnished in different themes with expensive bedding and fireplaces. Fresh flowers, bathrobes, slippers and flashlights are supplied. Breakfast is placed in your room the previous afternoon, so you may enjoy it at your leisure and usually includes a hot dish that may be warmed in your microwave along with the usual fruit, coffee, etc. The TVs are only for DVD viewing from their free library. Courtesy phone in lobby (your cell may not work). They have a masseuse on call and offer different packages and add-ons like a pre-packed picnic lunch or a traditional lei making class. Great staff. A couple of rooms have a fireplace and one has a hot tub, perfect for a romantic getaway. Rooms are 300–600 sq. ft. Usually a 2-night minimum. They also have an off-site vacation rental that sleeps up to 9 people with a hot tub and kitchen—good for families.


(808) 985-9500
19-4183 Road E, Volcano Village
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