Kilauea Lodge

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(808) 967-7366
19-3948 Old Volcano Rd, Volcano Village

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.) The whole thing is very well done and lovingly maintained. Bathrooms were updated in 2015 with new tile and fixtures still in keeping with the feeling the the lodge. Their gift shop is filled with local items. There are different styles of rooms, such as the Honeymoon Deluxe (very romantic), Hale Maluna building (snug rooms with fireplaces and incredible skylights in the bathrooms), Hale Aloha building (larger rooms and a common sitting room). They also have four off-site homes—three two-bedroom units and one one-bedroom unit that all have full kitchens. Our favorite off-site house was the two-bedroom Ola‘a Plantation, which was utterly charming but only has one bathroom. All the grounds are lush and well-tended. The staff is top-notch. Full breakfast is included in the price of all rooms/houses. Rooms (225–325 sq. ft.) are $195–$215. 1/1 cottage without kitchen (400 sq. ft.) is $215–$245. Homes (750–1,700 sq. ft.) are $230–$300.

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Resort at a Glance

  • 12 rooms
  • Coffee makers with free coffee daily
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • No TV or phones (except in off-site properties)
  • Lanai on one
  • Restaurant
  • Centrally heated
  • Fireplaces in some
  • Hot tub (available to guests at any of their properties)

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