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Looking to escape into the wilderness for a little while? With 4481 lodges in Hawaii Island, you’ll be right in the middle of the great outdoors, so if you’re a hiker, a skier or a snowboarder, pack your gear and get a move on. Lodge accommodations are also great if you’re looking for a place to get away and enjoy a little staycation away from it all. Board games, billiards, and movie nights are always winners when you’re looking to stay inside and cozy up to the fire in your picturesque cabin.

Whether you’re traveling for a few days or are looking for lodging for an extended getaway, Orbitz has a lodge hotel in Hawaii Island with your name on it.

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Some Hawaii Island lodges have perks like pools, laundry rooms, and kitchens. If you’re looking for a ritzier experience, check out lodge resorts; you’ll likely find thoughtful concierge service, hot tubs and fitness center. These luxury lodges also provide room service, and will often rent out hiking or skiing equipment if you don’t bring your own.

Traveling on a budget? We’ve got you. Cheap lodges give you a warm, comfortable place to stay without breaking the bank. Consider lodge bookings with a kitchen and spend a night in—you’ll have plenty of money left over to splurge on the makings for s’mores.