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All reviews akaka falls quiche the big island botanical gardens canopy bed each morning hilo area jacuzzi tub plantation style breakfast was delicious huge shower covered patio french toast lovely lanai the pacific ocean bed and breakfast our honeymoon
We love staying at this Inn near Hilo. John is a very gracious host and he makes wonderful breakfasts. The views are extraordinary and the place is peaceful and relaxing. This was our 3rd trip to the island and we will return again.
Please be aware of their strict cancellation policy. There are NO exceptions. Death of an immediate family member necessitated a reservation cancellation on Oct 17 for an Oct 21 arrival. When I called on Oct 17, I was advised if I cancelled that day I...More
We spent three nights here and enjoyed our time at the Palms Cliff House the staff was very friendly and each morning they made a delicious breakfast while we overlooked views of the Pacific ocean and the nearby cliffs
Our expectations for what we paid...More
What a beautiful piece of property!
Views and sunrise are magnificent. The rooms are very nice and quite tastefully decorated. The breakfasts were wonderful. Everything and more that you would expect from a B&B. We would definitely stay again!!
the hotel was very clean but the most important thing about this hotel is the staff and management , they were so friendly and they offered us a lot of option for visiting and enjoying our time , the wifi was free and had good...More
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Congratulations - The Big Island (BI) is a great place visit and if you have the time drive around it. Each side is different and therefore interesting. Kahala, to the North (historic in early Hawaii and Kamehameha I). Hilo... More
Congratulations - The Big Island (BI) is a great place visit and if you have the time drive around it. Each side is different and therefore interesting. Kahala, to the North (historic in early Hawaii and Kamehameha I). Hilo (closest to the Cliff House) is a jumping off side to the active volcano. Hilo is a locals version of Hawaii and if music is available you'll have to ask. When we were there in Feb. we went to see the lava flowing into the sea. First from the land (rented bikes and rode maybe 4 mi on gravel road to see "pearls" or red/orange glowing spots across the flow and then took a boat out the next day to see a huge spout dumping lava into the sea. Very impressive! Night shows may only be found on the Kona side. Driving around through Volcano Nat'l Park, South Point, into Kona, Waimea, and back to The Cliff House. BI is a great island to visit, develop special memories, and "kick off" a long life together. This is just scratching the surface but hope it shows you both there's a fun time to be had. Enjoy and Again Congratulations!!