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Joshua at check-in very nice. They close down at 8 pm so be sure to arrive! Difficult to see entrance off of Puuae Street. No air conditioning but very cool breezes. Room comfy. Good TV, microwave and mini refrigerator. Stayed in room 25 down the...More
Basic old school motel that gives you a taste of local Hawaii away from the big tourist spots. Amazing free breakfast and friendly staff and an easy 5min walk into town where there are heaps of bars/restaurants.
There are three levels of rooms here:
If you're looking for upscale with carpeting, big screen TV etc. then look elsewhere. To be quite honest, most places on this island are scantily clad with few frills including people's homes. It's very humid here. Lot's of mildew. The more dressings, the more for...More
Let's start with the outdoor dorm. It cannot be called a dorm it is basically in the dump garage of the property, very filthy and even for hostel style accommodation really poor, worst I stayed in by far on all of the islands, and believe...More
Wild Ginger Inn final 2
It is a family business, Hawaiin people. A wood frame complex of about 40 rooms on 2 levels built on the side of a hill, sunken into lower level of a beautiful garden looking into the sea. There is lush...More
US$ 30 - US$ 114 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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