Spent a week there. Great place, I'll stay there again if I ever go back to Hilo. Adequate but not fancy rooms equipped with a coffee maker and small refrigerator. Two chairs and a small table outside the room facing a garden courtyard. Great place to have a cup of coffee in the morning and a beer or two before bed.
Traveller from Minneapolis
Hilo Seaside Hotel is 4 miles from downtown Hilo and 1.5 miles from the airport; Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is 26 miles away.More
Comfortable and in decent neighborhood. Is rather plain and if you are into "lots of amenities and luxury, this is not a fancy chain hotel nor for you. An old plantation home that is quaint and interesting with a nice vegetarian breakfast of fruits and home made breads with great coffee provided. Fun and different.
Situated near the airport, this hotel is 4.4 mi (7.1 km) from Kaumana Caves County Park and within 32 mi (52 km) of Akaka …More
Very clean renovated room, friendly owner, she have nice super friendly dog :-). Made us feel at home. Breakfast on the porch was amazing with fresh fruit from her own beautiful tropical garden. There is a river behind the backyard and waterfalls right down the street withing walking distance. I'd recommend this place very nice.
Traveller from From Florida
Situated in Hilo, this bed & breakfast is 0.6 mi (1 km) from Kaumana Springs Wilderness and within 3 mi (5 km) of Lyman …More
"Terrific B&B in an ideal location in old Hilo town"
Matthew and Danny have done a great job of remodeling an old plantation style house in Hilo. The rooms have been fixed up with local themes like the Michner room; our favorite, and Matthew's breakfast's are unbelievable! You are within easy walking distance of numerous restaurants, the Hilo market, beach shopping, the Lyman and Tsunami museum's (both must sees), and only 45 minutes to Volcano Nat'l Park. If you don't feel like eating out, you have full use of the kitchen, gas grill and nice deck to enjoy. When we went up to the park, Matthew even loaned us a cooler so we could stay well past dark to see the caldera...all in all an outstanding place to stay if you go to the Hilo area.
Traveller from Seattle
Located in the heart of Hilo, this bed & breakfast is within a 10-minute walk of Lincoln Park and Lyman Museum. Pacific …More
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.