The facilities at Island Goode are great and the owners are very friendly and helpful. The location has very good views of Hilo bay and is close to a number of tourist attractions such as the botanic gardens, plus Akaka and Rainbow falls.
The main problem is in initially finding the place. There are virtually no signs on highway 19 (just a small road number), however once you're there you can spot a few landmarks to allow you to return. We had to rely on sat nav to get us there first time.
The call of the frogs are noticeable at night because it is otherwise so quiet, but the air conditioning works well to mask the sound - so we weren't bothered by it at all.
Situated by the ocean, this bed & breakfast is within 3 mi (5 km) of Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden, Hawaii Tropical …More
Not a new hotel but well maintained.
We had the room that can accomodate 6 and it was very comfortable.
Chrisi is so nice and welcoming. Talk to her about places to dine and where to visit in Hilo.
Breakfast is just fruits, banana bread and coffee that was there when we came even afternoon.
Go for a walk down at the yard for a tropical experience.
Overall a very nice and unique hotel. Made our stay in Hilo a pleasant one.
Thanks to chrisi again.
Traveller from ca
Situated in Hilo, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Mokupapapa Discovery Center and Pacific Tsunami Museum. Lyman …More
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Sugar was once king in Hilo. Now, the town is known for its bay, shops, and farmers market that teems with exotic fruit. Swaying hips abound at Hilo’s Merrie Monarch Festival, a week-long hula contest held after Easter. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is nearby. There, Kilauea is the hottest attraction as one of the world’s most active volcanoes. At its helm is Pele, the Hawaiian volcano goddess.