Hotel was lovely.
It was clean, quiet and convenient. Great included breakfast. Only con, and it's the industry standard, sadly, is a $10 parking fee. I hate fees. :)
Now some nearby amenities:
- Just a block away was an ABC store, all the shops and restaurants.
- There is a beach, small, a couple blocks away, it did not look like much due to a ea wall, but actually the sand is wonderful and the beach is calm. It's right beside the pier.
Overall, I'd go back to it.
Traveller from Winnipeg
Located in Historic Kailua Village, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Mokuaikaua Church and Hulihee Palace. Kailua-Kona …More
A good to great hotel. We had one of the newly renovated rooms which was really nice. Once they are done all the improvements this place will be great. Beach is fun, pool is great (needs more umbrellas however). Nice staff. Close to everything in Waikoloa (walking).
Better than the Hilton, not as nice as the Orchid.
Traveller from Seattle
Fronting a deep, half-mile stretch of beach on the sunny Kohala Coast, this family-friendly Waikoloa Beach resort is located …More
We stayed for 5 days at Volcano Acres & thoroughly enjoyed Theresa & Randy's hospitality. Our room was in a separate building(a remodeled barn) and all the comforts were at our fingertips: comfortable bed, clean bathroom with plush towels (& a towel warmer!), microwave, coffee maker, fridge. There was an attached sunroom with a sofa & table that looked out over the small duck/geese pond. The grounds were entertaining with Lucy the goat, Fawn the dog, sheep, chickens and a burro to pet & feed approved snacks. Breakfast was delicious with fresh tropical fruits, baked goods, make-your-own waffles & breakfast sandwiches. I can't speak highly enough of Theresa & Randy's expert knowledge of the Big Island & especially the Volcano area. We had our wedding anniversary while staying there & a chocolate cake appeared in our room that day in celebration. You should be aware that 1) there is a rooster on site so you may need earplugs for the early morning crowing. 2) as in many locations, there are water restrictions as Volcano has no municipal water & this part of the big island has been in a drought. It's not terrible; you're requested to be conscious of running water & the sheets & towels don't get changed unless requested. We didn't mind at all. We had a wonderful time in Volcano!
Traveller from SF bay Rea
Situated in Volcano, this bed & breakfast is 0.8 mi (1.3 km) from Cooper Center and 2.1 mi (3.4 km) from Hawaii Volcanoes …More
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