Inns

Bamboo Inn

The rooms at this small inn are clean and quiet with a Balinese feel. Some have whirlpool tubs—two are on the deck overlooking Hana Bay. The site has some interesting history, and this is a place to get away from it all and just chill (and maybe consider turning...

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Maui Oceanfront Inn

It is truly inconceivable that a hotel can be built at the beach and yet make it feel like you are nowhere near the ocean. This place manages to do both. In fact, almost all the rooms have no ocean views. The tiny rooms are incredibly cramped. Tiny bathrooms, tiny...

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Ka‘anapali Ocean Inn

This three-story hotel building used to be a tower of the Royal Lahaina Resort. Think of it as the stepsister to the Royal Lahaina. It’s older, and even with room refreshes, it's still not on par with the main hotel. A/C in oceanfront rooms. The bathrooms have...

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Mahana House Country Inn

This small inn is set along the gorgeous Hamakua Coast, 15 miles north of Hilo in a relaxing, rural area (cell phone reception may be spotty and they don't have phones in rooms). If you’re not looking for lots of lavish amenities and enjoy getting out to explore...

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Volcano Inn

This resort is an excellent choice in Volcano. Don’t confuse this with other properties with similar names. The grounds are lush. The rooms are not overly Hawaiian in decor or updated, but they are very clean. Though the rooms vary greatly in size and amenities at...

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Kilauea Lodge

Opened in 1937 as a YMCA youth camp, this quaint lodge was converted in 1986 by Albert and Lorna Jeyte. (He was a makeup artist on Magnum P.I.) The whole thing was very well done and lovingly maintained, but it switched hands in 2018 for $4 million (we assume this...

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The Inn at Kulaniapia Falls

We’re not sure how to classify this one, so let’s start with what it isn't: a hotel, a hostel, or a bed and breakfast (but you do get breakfast if you stay in their rooms). Think of this place as a destination retreat locale. It's only about 20 minutes away from...

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Kohala Village Inn

A quaint, simple inn with TVs but no place to secure your valuables. No phones, but they’ll take messages. Rooms are small and basic with A/C and mini fridges, but clean with thin walls. If you need a desk, ask for a room with a table. Back building rooms are...

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Holualoa Inn

What an incredible find this inn is! This 30-acre property in Holualoa town above Kona began its life in 1978 as the vacation retreat for Thurston Twigg-Smith, former publisher of the Honolulu Advertiser newspaper, and his eight children. A 1987 remodel turned it...

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