Place - Inn of Volcano in Hawaii
Aloha Place Inn Volcano Village Big Island Hawaii Bed and Breakfast B&B Guest House Lodgings Accommodations
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Host: Joan Prescott-Lighter
Guestrooms: 3 and 1 cottage
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Activities/Attractions: Located on the Big Island of Hawaii, 28 miles from Hilo at an elevation of 3700 feet, Volcano Village sits at the entrance to the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, home of Kilauea and Mauna Loa volcanoes; Kilauea being the most active volcano on the planet. Kilauea has been erupting almost non-stop for 20 years. If you can bear the unbelievable heat, you can walk right up to the flow, and in parts where it has cooled, you can walk over it knowing that just inches below is the essence of all things created.
This is the power of Kilauea - not in any spectacular form but in a deeper appreciation of beauty. If you are to explore the lava flows, it is highly recommended to take a walking tour with Arnott's Hiking - they offer the only supervised hike to the edge of the lava flow and have been doing so for over four years - however placid the lava might appear, this is a dangerous region.
"We stayed 3 nights at the Aloha Place. It was nice, clean and comfortable. The location for us was great (very close to the National Park and only about 25 miles out of Hilo and a few hours from Kona). I liked that they had things available for us to use, like beach towels, jackets for trips to Mauna Kea, and flashlights in our room for trips to the park to see the lava flows. And it has 24/7 internet access."
"The directions were very easy to follow, our key was right where it was supposed to be, and the room was clean. There were tons of amenities: chocolates, robes, flowers, hairdryer, TV, and internet access in the lounge area. Breakfast was served in the morning and the innkeeper was very pleasant. We had a great time there and would definitely stay again."
General Information: Welcome to the Aloha Place Guest House at Pali Uli ... come and experience a most unique lodging concept never to be forgotten! Where else can you appreciate the most beautiful scenery of the peaceful rainforest and see nature at its best - the creation of land itself! Located in the heart of Volcano Village one mile from the entrance to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Aloha Place is just minutes away from the most active (and safest) volcano in the world! Kilauea is now in its 27th year of continuous active lava flows and is surely a sight to behold.
Aloha Place offers elegant upcountry accommodations comprised of exquisitely appointed rooms at either Aloha Place, a bed and breakfast, or the Guest House at Pali Uli. Volcano Inn rooms feature:
The Guest House at Pali Uli offers additional accommodations within walking distance and has been painstakingly restored to its original charm. Originally built in 1928 this Mission Style home has all the modern conveniences.
We offer our most "talked about" granola, optional cereal bar, all natural yogurt from a certified maker, whole grain breads, gourmet muffins and pastries, Island jams and preserves, a selection of fruit juices and an assortment of fresh seasonal fruits including pineapple, papayas and bananas. Your choice of Kona coffee, Espresso, Cappuccino, a selection of fine teas, and hot cocoa are also available. Fruit smoothies with a "protein punch" from a certified maker, and your choice of either fruit juice, soy or rice milk are offered as our daily specialty.
Payment Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, Amex, Discover.
Rates: (Prices quoted in US Dollars).
If you are a Canadian Resident receive a 10% discount on your stay, just mention you found us at "Lodgings International" when you confirm your reservation!
"If you are looking for a place that is quiet and comfortable can't beat the Aloha Place. Rooms are clean and the breakfast is fresh and island friendly. Great location to see volcano. Friendly island hospitality at a decent price."
"My husband & I enjoyed our stay at the Volcano Inn ... The location close to the park is a plus. I would stay there again."