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Maybe you’re looking for a place with a swim-up pool bar, a romantic honeymoon getaway, activities for the kids, an intimate beachside location – or maybe it’s just about a great price. Now you can find the perfect place to stay for your vacation with our Hawaii Revealed app! Make a few choices and see a list of locations that match your idea of the ultimate vacation.

Download the Free Hawaii Revealed app and view all of the resorts located on an island of your choice in Hawai’i. Don’t forget to take a look at the “Where to Stay” section of the app.

Click red dots on the map or choose an accommodation from our alphabetical list below to get more info.

Arnott’s LodgeCountry Club Hawai‘i Condo HotelDolphin Bay HotelGrand Naniloa HotelHilo Bay HostelHilo Hawaiian HotelHilo Seaside HotelKama‘aina InnThe Inn at Kulaniapia FallsWild Ginger Inn & Hostel

Arnott’s Lodge

Region: Hilo

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Located just off Kalanianaole Avenue in east Hilo past the industrial area, this place is popular with backpackers. They offer several tours in their vans, since, as they . . .

Country Club Hawai‘i Condo Hotel

Region: Hilo

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So what are they—a hotel or a condo? They’re a condotel with units owned by individuals, so expect wide variations among the rooms. There are also . . .

Dolphin Bay Hotel

Region: Hilo

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We find this hotel quaint and comforting. It helps that it’s one of the better bargain hotels in Hilo. Rooms are clean and have complete kitchens. No . . .

Grand Naniloa Hotel

Region: Hilo

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This resort has gone under extensive renovations and is now part of the Hilton DoubleTree family. We will be re-reviewing it soon.

The two buildings at this . . .

Hilo Bay Hostel

Region: Hilo

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A very nice hostel with bright, very clean rooms and shared spaces, including the kitchen. You can tell they really put in the extra effort. On the second . . .

Hilo Hawaiian Hotel

Region: Hilo

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This is one of best hotels on Banyan Drive at the moment (though that in itself is not worth tons of bragging rights). Their location overlooking Coconut Island . . .

Hilo Seaside Hotel

Region: Hilo

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Very clean, simple hotel (but very dated except the bedding) rooms across from the Ice Pond. Very warm staff, well-maintained building and grounds with the only pool . . .

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Kama‘aina Inn

Region: Hilo

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This small, historic inn is your best bet if exploring Hilo town is your goal. Not only is the location perfect for walking to restaurants, shops and events . . .

The Inn at Kulaniapia Falls

Region: Hilo

This inn sits on 22 acres about 4 miles northwest of downtown Hilo. Macadamia nut trees dominate the drive in on the long private road. There is no formal check . . .

Wild Ginger Inn & Hostel

Region: Hilo

Hostel-type rooms require BYOT (bring your own towel or rent one); bedding supplied, as are lockers. No phones (two pay phone), no a/c. Everyone gets a continental breakfast . . .

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