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Cambridge, United Kingdom
Reviewed 14 April 2013

We stayed at Halana Lodge for 2 nights as part of our exploration of the national park. The property is set far back from the village, approximately 10-15 minutes drive. When we arrived there, we called the number displayed on the door and the innkeeper was here within a few minutes. She was welcoming and extremely polite and helpful, but...

1Thank NicF_13
Eugene, Oregon
Reviewed 10 February 2013

If you stay in B&B's you need to be adaptable, a bit flexible and a bit adventurous. Like Forest Gump's box of chocolates, you never know exactly what you're going to get. I say this because Volcano does not have a hotel and we were not sure exactly what we were going to et when we booked a coupl of...

Thank oldirish33
Stockholm, Sweden
Reviewed 5 November 2012

When we first arrived there was a note on the door which we first thought was a bit strange. But as soon as I called the number Mahi(the hostess) came fast and welcomed us at the Halana Lodge. We were planning on just staying 2 nights but due to private reasons we stayed for two more nights. We hade the...

Thank Juliette198111
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 16 September 2012

We recently stayed here for two nights whilst visiting the volcano area. First thing to bear in mind is that this is located in a remote area. Very easy to get to but remote. I would recommend arriving during the daylight. The place itself is massive. We had it all to ourselves which was very nice. The couple who run...

Thank Jonnyrlondon
Reviewed 11 April 2012

We stayed 3 nites at this Bed and Breakfast. It should be noted that they serve a continental breakfast, not a full breakfast. We loved it here. The beauty of the fern forest is unsurpassed. They had a little hiking trail that was fun. Mahi was a very, very nice hostess. Would do anything for you. Help with info in...

Thank Jim S
Reno, Nevada
Reviewed 7 April 2012

This was our first time staying at a B & B and we were pleasantly surprised. The home on entry was so inviting, large common area, well appointed kitchen area, large dining area,and cozy den room complete with TV and wood burning stove. Outside covered porch with a working hot tub. Our room was very comfortable, heating blankets nice and...

Thank 89509travelers
Reviewed 12 December 2011

We stayed early 2011 for three nights. At that time, the innkeepers were a couple living in a separate cabin on-site. They, Larry and Sarah, mentioned they were already retired, but 'retiring' again from maintaining this lodge for their friends and planning to move. When we first arrived, a post-it note by the front door let us know where to...

Thank bikinghiking123
Houston, Texas
Reviewed 21 April 2011

We stayed two nights at the Halana Lodge to visit the National Park. We don't usually go to bed and breakfasts but that is all that is really available in Volcano. We found the hosts, Larry and Sarah to be charming and very helpful with information about the volcano. We stayed in the Blue Hawaii room and found it clean...

Thank DiverBob_7
Reviewed 9 March 2011

First, I have to say that the owners are really very nice people. I just don't think they have quite captured the essence of running an inn. This is actually a B&B. Older large home with bedrooms converted to lodging rooms. We arrived to find a post-it on the door advising us which room was ours and nobody around. The...

Thank TravelerwannaB
Summerside, Canada
Reviewed 27 February 2011

This is really a B&B. The couple who own it are both 80 years old. They are "retiring" this fall. I would say they have not done any improvements in quite some time. The place looks very "used" ( floors, furniture, bedding, mattress, etc) Bathroom fans very, very noisy, could even hear the next rooms quite plainly! Have to say...

Thank Sharon T

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  • Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
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  • Non-Smoking Hotel
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  • Kitchenette
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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Halana Hale is a unique and private Vacation Rental home located in Volcano, Hawaii. Situated on 60 acres of pristine tropical rain forest, that is a Certified Wildlife Habitat. This is a wonderful place to stay while exploring Hawaii and the picturesque Volcano area including the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, the Big Island's number one attraction. The Punaluu Black Sand Beach is just 35 minutes away where sea turtles bask in the sun. Atkatsuka Orchids offers free admission and will ship orchid plants back home for you. The Punaluu Bakery in Naalehu is the southern-most bakery in the USA and has a lovely garden and gazebos where you can enjoy a lunch from their cafe. All the rooms at Halana Hale have ensuite bathrooms. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Halana Hale

Address: 19-4789 Amaumau Road, Volcano, Island of Hawaii, HI 96785
Region: United States > Hawaii > Island of Hawaii > Volcano
Price Range: ₹ 9,653 - ₹ 10,496 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:2.5 star — Halana Hale 2.5*
Number of rooms: 5
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“This location is not accessible for people with handicaps.”
Mrl84, 2 Oct 2016 | Read review
“There's a fireplace, but you'll have to be handy with starting a fire in high humidity.”
hue95, 18 Apr 2015 | Read review
“It's best to have a cell phone with you, as you'll have to call the manager when first arriving”
FredBueno, 9 Mar 2015 | Read review
“The Mauna Kea room can be a little noisy as it is close to the kitchen and living areas. Other rooms are away from the busy part of the house.”
Lovetotravel2990, 30 Aug 2014 | Read review
“Plan ahead and call early for the best rooms.”
oldirish33, 9 Feb 2013 | Read review
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