Volcano Inn

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(808) 967-7773
19-3820 Old Volcano Rd, Volcano Village

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 in decor or updated, but they are very clean. Though the rooms vary greatly in size and amenities at the different sites (including a mirror on the ceiling of one of the rooms), we didn’t see any we would not stay in from the smallest budget room to the largest family room. All have dehumidifiers, and family rooms have gas fireplaces. The family rooms and corner window rooms (off-site) also have kitchenettes. You can enjoy their hot tubs 24 hours a day in cozy areas of the gardens surrounded by ferns, lights and Hawaiian music CDs. Great staff. Rooms (100–960 sq. ft.) are $99–$149. What a deal!

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Resort at a Glance

  • 20 rooms (9 are off-site but nearby)
  • 3 saline hot tubs
  • Shared lanai
  • TVs
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Hot breakfast included
  • Common room with fridge
  • Microwave
  • Free coffee/tea (all day in main building)
  • Computer
  • No daily housekeeping if you book at a discounted rate

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