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This is a hidden gem. The staff are excellent, the restaurant was superb and the grounds are pretty and tropical. Excellent location if you are spending time at Volcano National Park.

Friendly, clean, decorated, great food, beautiful grounds

Great location and friendly staff. Will come back.

Our stay at Kilauea Lodge in the Liko room was overall OK. I would not recommend this place for an extended stay or if you're planning on staying in the room a lot and relaxing. There is no AC, only a ceiling fan to cool the room so during the day it gets very very hot. On the flip side, at night it gets very cold so beware if you leave the windows open. Location wise, it is very close to Volcanoes National Park which is a major selling point of this place. The included breakfast was good however they ask you to leave tip as if you were dining in a restaurant, adding to the expensive cost of the room (~$200 per night in November). Also, don't get the french toast, it was very bland. Overall, book here if location is important to you. What you get for the price of the room is just not there for me. Service was ok. With the exception of one of the servers, I felt like I was bothering them to ask for a bucket of ice. I believe the daily 'required' breakfast tip had a factor in that.

We were put in one of the rooms adjoining the "Common Room" (our room entrance was actually *in* that room). Some guests staying in the other rooms saw fit to carry on as if the Common Room were their personal living room. Unfortunately, we could hear every word. At dinner (which was good), I was asked if everything was OK with the room: to which I had to mention the noise (after all, they did ask). To the credit of the staff, they took the initiative and managed to move us to another room (a suite, in fact) that was *much, much* nicer. We got to pay extra for that privilege: something I was more than happy to do. The following day, after we'd moved rooms, I must say that everything, at least accommodation-wise, was really excellent. The "Breakfast Included" is OK if you want omelette, otherwise you're practically out of luck. So omelette it was. Unfortunately, both our omelettes were not adequately cooked through and had raw egg white running inside of them. We waited and waited for the "is everything OK with your meal?", but it never came. So we left.

The one bedroom apartment was good, but could have used another portable mattress bed. The futon they gave (for the 4th guest) was not comfortable. Otherwise our stay was fine.

This was a local getaway for us, as we live in Kona. The property is in a rural area and reminds me of the Pacific Northwest. Our room was nice, my wife loved the gas fireplace. We had dinner, it was good and the staff was very cordial. Breakfast was included with our stay and it was very good too. In the evening there really isn't any type of activities available and we both wished we had remembered to bring a book to read. However, it was very peaceful and stress free time for us.

We really enjoyed our stay here in the rainforest near the volcano. The breakfast was awesome (watch out for hidden charges) and the room was nice. Our son slept on an inflatable bed/ cot next to our king bed that was actually really comfortable. The grounds are really beautiful. We went to the lodge for dinner - but it was just ok (really expensive for what it was) probably better for lunch.

19-3948 Old Volcano Road Volcano HI

Hotel highlights

  • Close to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining

Kilauea Lodge and Restaurant is a short stroll from Cooper Center and Volcano Garden Arts. This 16-room, 3.5-star bed & breakfast welcomes guests with conveniences like free in-room WiFi, free self parking, and a spa tub.


Dining

This bed & breakfast is home to a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with room service. Full breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 7:30 AM to 11:00 AM.


Rooms

All 16 rooms feature coffee makers. Guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Free toiletries are also available.


Property features

Guests of Kilauea Lodge and Restaurant enjoy a spa tub, free WiFi in public areas, and a meeting room. There's free parking if you drive. Front-desk staff can assist with securing valuables and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a business center, a library, and free newspapers.

Room options

Standard Room

King 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 3

Apartment, 1 Bedroom (Hideaway)

Queen 1 | Sleeps 5

Standard Room (Paina)

King 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Deluxe Room, 1 King Bed (Honeymoon)

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Guest reviews for Kilauea Lodge and Restaurant

Everyone (9) Couples (1)
5
Partner Couples

This is a hidden gem. The staff are excellent, the restaurant was superb and the grounds are pretty and tropical. Excellent location if you are spending time at Volcano National Park.

By on Sep 26, 2019

Review comment responded on Sep 27, 2019

Mahalo for your fabulous rating and review. We hope to have you back on your next Volcano adventure!

5
Everyone

Friendly, clean, decorated, great food, beautiful grounds

By on Aug 19, 2019

Review comment responded on Aug 19, 2019

Aloha! Thank you for staying with us and leaving a positive review.It means a lot to our team that you enjoyed your stay with us. We all hope you'll join us again soon!

5
Everyone

By on Jul 8, 2019

Review comment responded on Jul 9, 2019

Mahalo for your 5 star rating.

5
Everyone

By on Mar 14, 2019

Review comment responded on Apr 11, 2019

We really appreciate you staying with us and hope to see you again on your next Volcano visit.

5
Family with small children

Great location and friendly staff. Will come back.

By on Feb 18, 2019

Review comment responded on Feb 18, 2019

We are so happy you enjoyed your stay with us!

4
Everyone

By on Jan 9, 2019

Review comment responded on Jan 9, 2019

Thanks for staying with us. We appreciate your feedback!

4

3 night stay

Everyone

Our stay at Kilauea Lodge in the Liko room was overall OK. I would not recommend this place for an extended stay or if you're planning on staying in the room a lot and relaxing. There is no AC, only a ceiling fan to cool the room so during the day it gets very very hot. On the flip side, at night it gets very cold so beware if you leave the windows open. Location wise, it is very close to Volcanoes National Park which is a major selling point of this place. The included breakfast was good however they ask you to leave tip as if you were dining in a restaurant, adding to the expensive cost of the room (~$200 per night in November). Also, don't get the french toast, it was very bland. Overall, book here if location is important to you. What you get for the price of the room is just not there for me. Service was ok. With the exception of one of the servers, I felt like I was bothering them to ask for a bucket of ice. I believe the daily 'required' breakfast tip had a factor in that.

By , from New York on Nov 11, 2017

Review comment responded on Nov 16, 2017

Mahalo for staying with us. We are sorry you didn't leave here feeling like your stay was very relaxing. As for the breakfast, our Sweetbread French toast is one of the most popular requests on our menu. Hope the rest of your Hawaii vacation was a pleasant one.

3

noisy stay narrowly avoided, went hungry

Everyone

We were put in one of the rooms adjoining the "Common Room" (our room entrance was actually *in* that room). Some guests staying in the other rooms saw fit to carry on as if the Common Room were their personal living room. Unfortunately, we could hear every word. At dinner (which was good), I was asked if everything was OK with the room: to which I had to mention the noise (after all, they did ask). To the credit of the staff, they took the initiative and managed to move us to another room (a suite, in fact) that was *much, much* nicer. We got to pay extra for that privilege: something I was more than happy to do. The following day, after we'd moved rooms, I must say that everything, at least accommodation-wise, was really excellent. The "Breakfast Included" is OK if you want omelette, otherwise you're practically out of luck. So omelette it was. Unfortunately, both our omelettes were not adequately cooked through and had raw egg white running inside of them. We waited and waited for the "is everything OK with your meal?", but it never came. So we left.

By , from Puako on Sep 1, 2017

Review comment responded on Sep 9, 2017

Mahalo for staying with us. We are sorry that the guest in the common room where not being courteous on keeping the noise down. We do have a notice posted for others to see. Glad you found the Hideaway much more enjoyable for the last two nights. As for breakfast, the sweet bread French toast is our biggest hit as well as the eggs Benedict. Our wait staff should have checked with you to make sure everything was okay, sorry they didn't do that. We will follow up with them to see what happened. Hope the rest of your Hawaii trip went well. Aloha~

3

nice hotel near volcano national park

Everyone

The one bedroom apartment was good, but could have used another portable mattress bed. The futon they gave (for the 4th guest) was not comfortable. Otherwise our stay was fine.

By , from CA on Apr 24, 2017

5

volcano getaway

Everyone

This was a local getaway for us, as we live in Kona. The property is in a rural area and reminds me of the Pacific Northwest. Our room was nice, my wife loved the gas fireplace. We had dinner, it was good and the staff was very cordial. Breakfast was included with our stay and it was very good too. In the evening there really isn't any type of activities available and we both wished we had remembered to bring a book to read. However, it was very peaceful and stress free time for us.

By , from Kailua-Kona on Sep 30, 2016

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