The whole complex is a little run down but nothing to complain. Pool is refreshing, hotel is right at the beach but the sand in the water feels more like a swamp then sand, you can still go in the water. No shop or restaurant on site. Rooms are clean.
Molokai, part of the Hawaiian island chain, was formed from two volcanoes forming the western and the eastern half of the island. Molokai hotels are found in the villages of Kaunakakai, Kualapu'u and Maunaloa. These villages are also home to Molokai's shopping districts, but the islands natural wonders are found outside of the towns. Enjoy snorkeling and camping in Molokai's state parks. In Molokai, hotels include resorts, condominiums, and simple establishments, most with beautiful ocean views.
Stop by Kanemitsu Bakery and Coffee Shop for an inexpensive meal, and then visit Kamoi Snack-N-Go for dessert. Sample traditional Hawaiian cuisine, including mahi mahi and ribs, at the Kualapuu Cookhouse on Farrington Avenue, located conveniently near hotels in Molokai.
The Molokai Museum and Cultural Center in Kala'e, near Molokai hotels, is small, but provides interesting historical information about the region through a guided tour and film screenings.
Molokai hosts several festivals throughout the year. Hotels Molokai guests enjoy the annual outrigger canoe races from Molokai to neighboring Oahu. Races begin at sunrise. Also participate in the many hula celebrations, parades, and cultural events organized by the Festivals of Aloha organization.
Visit Molokai's rainforests and secluded beaches. December through April is prime time to see humpback whales on a Molokai Whale Watching Tour. Hike cliff-hugging trails or rent a mule from Molokai Mule Rides to explore the island.
Visit A Touch of Molokai at the Kaluakoi Hotel for great souvenir and clothes shopping on the island. The store also offers jewelry and accessories, all hand-made by islanders.