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Holo Holo In Kilauea Hospitality Group Kilauea Lodge Volcano House Volcano Inn Volcano Village Lodge

Holo Holo In

Region: Volcano

This was built back in the mid-1980s and is still owned by the same family. The property is not as lush as others in area and feels more utilitarian . . .

Kilauea Hospitality Group

Region: Volcano

Built in 1942, this inn is part of a larger collection of properties that have been through lots of changes over the years, sometimes good and sometimes not so good . . .

Kilauea Lodge

Region: Volcano

Opened in 1938 as a YMCA youth camp, this quaint lodge was converted in 1986 by Albert and Lorna Jeyte. (He was a make-up artist on Magnum P.I . . .

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Volcano House

Region: Volcano

This hotel is located on the rim of Kilauea Caldera inside Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park. Reopened in 2013 after a three-year closure. Before that it was the longest . . .

Volcano Inn

Region: Volcano

Started in 1989, this is an excellent choice in Volcano. Don’t confuse this with other properties with similar names. The grounds are lush. The rooms are not overly Hawaiian . . .

Volcano Village Lodge

Region: Volcano

What a find! This property is small, just over an acre, and was originally built as an artist’s workshop, but was converted in 2006 with buildings added over time . . .

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