Lodges

The Cabins at Koke‘e State Park

These cabins are a worthwhile option for those looking to reboot. And reboot you will since TVs, phones and internet access were purposefully left out when renovating (and reception for any of these in the park is questionable), giving you more reason to enjoy...

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Kula Lodge

Located up Haleakala at the 3,200 foot level, this inn is the place to stay if you’re hankering to be close to Haleakala Crater, you want to stay where it’s cool, or you just want to get away from it all. No phones (they have a courtesy phone in the restaurant), no...

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Kilauea Hospitality Group

Chalet Kilauea is part of a larger collection of properties that have been through lots of changes over the years. The Deluxe Bungalow is two-story; a wooden spiral staircase leads to the bedroom with its dreamy view and is the most private. The grounds are lush...

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Waimea Country Lodge

Good-sized rooms and free WiFi internet access. We've had unpleasant interactions with staff in the past, though recently they've been more welcoming. We can't quite put our finger on why, but something makes us feel closely watched here. Their site suggests it's...

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Arnott’s Lodge

Located just off Kalanianaole Avenue in east Hilo past the industrial area, this hostel is popular with backpackers. They also offer mostly private tours in their vans, since, as they put it, “Most of our guests don’t have cars." (If you book the Mauna Kea Summit...

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Waimea Plantation Cottages

At this 27-acre resort, peace and privacy are yours—the trade-off is relative isolation given the location on the extreme west side. It started out as a dairy in the mid-1800s and then was a sugar cane plantation until it reopened as a hotel in 1994. There is much...

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