The hotel is conveniently located in Hilo so it's close to everything. There is easy, free parking at the hotel. Our room was a little musty, but most everything thing is in rainy Hilo. Other than the musty smell, our room was clean and comfortable.
Traveller from US
Featuring views of the ocean or quaint Hilo Town framed by the backdrop of Mauna Kea, this full-service Hilo hotel is close …More
Staff are marvelous, room is wonderful, and views are better than anyone could ask for. It is quiet and so relaxing, you may not want to drive into Hilo, except to eat. After several days of hiking through volcanic debris, this place really hit the spot! We especially appreciated the small roof balcony to sit out at night and look at the lights of Hilo
Traveller from US
Situated in a rural location, this boutique bed & breakfast is within 6 mi (10 km) of Kalakaua Park, Pacific Tsunami Museum …More
The hotel is ok. I was not happy with the room accommodation. My room looked dirty. The floor was not kept with paint stains on the wood floor. The closet stunk, looked like a storage. Nobody changed my bed sheets/ nor cleaned my room. Nobody cleaned the bathroom till the 4th night stay until we told Maureen about it. No lock on front door, no lock on our room.
Situated near the beach, this bed & breakfast is within 1 mi (2 km) of Richardson Beach Park, Richardson's Ocean Park, and …More
Over looks Hilo waterfront and airport. We had the room with balcony. Best lightning storm ever. Sat on balcony and enjoyed the show. The place is a little old, but so am I. Had a pleasant stay. Get the balcony suite.
Situated near the airport, this vacation home is within 1 mi (2 km) of St. Joseph Catholic Church, Lyman Museum, and 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.