Kulaniapia est situé sur 22 hectares tropicaux luxuriants. Profitez de notre cascade de 120 pieds privée à seulement 15 minutes du centre-ville de Hilo. Profitez Kulaniapia Falls, ou vous promener le long du fleuve puissant Waiau au jardin de bambou et profiter d'un pavillon qui cantelevers sur la rivière avec vue sur nos cascades triples niveaux. Construit spécifiquement comme une auberge de campagne, notre invité profiter des entrées séparées pour les chambres, un coin salon confortable, d'un balcon privé donnant sur l'océan et notre chute et salle de bain privée entièrement finis en marbre Itallian. Notre tarif comprend un petit déjeuner complet avec des œufs cuits à la commande, des fruits tropicaux frais, pains, fromages, jus de fruits, et beaucoup de notre propre marque de café "Hilo Side".
2,4 sur août 16, 2014
The Inn at Kulaniapia Falls is spectacularly beautiful. It is very quiet and away from the town yet not so far that it took a long time to get to town to buy food. We stayed in the Pagoda house which we had all to ourselves. The breakfast food provided for us to fix ourselves was excellent. The beds and bedding was good. I was disappointed in other ways. There were no working fire/smoke alarms--in fact they were non existent. The oven had baked on food in it that smoked when we used the oven. We had to ask for additional toilet paper and paper towels. The electric outlets in the bathroom and the kitchen did not work; therefore, I could not use my curling iron in front of the bathroom mirror. There were no other mirrors near electric outlets. We could not use the toaster in the kitchen. We moved it to the dining room table to use it. I know the owners were stressed due to Iselle coming through. Many of the macadamia nut trees were damaged. It cost time and money to prepare for the hurricane. But, since we had electricity; I could not understand why the outlets mentioned above did not work.
5 sur août 16, 2014
My husband and I arrived on the Big Island on August 4, 2014 to begin our honeymoon. By the following Saturday, we were fleeing the area we were in and we were lucky enough to find the Inn at Lulaniapia Falls. The view from our room took our breath away and I simply cannot say enough good things about the staff, their friendliness, and kindness. A very special thank you to "Brit." Michael and I would (without hesitation) stay at the Inn again, and will definitely be recommending the Inn to our friends who visit the Big Island.
4,2 sur août 11, 2014
Stayed one night as we toured the Big Island. Property is beautiful. Breakfast was great. Wish we had had the time to stay longer.
1,0 sur août 06, 2014
My family stayed in the Pagoda house after viewing the wonderful photos on the website. However after staying at this location we found it to be very different than the photos and the description. The website description say it will sleep “up to 4 adults and 2 children (16 and under)”. My 13 year old son is a very tall, and we wanted a full side bed for him, so based on the description and photos the Pagoda house should have been fine. Unfortunately, the photos on the website are deceiving. The second floor has only one bed and the website shows this same bedroom decorated and arranged in two separate ways, leading one to believe there are two beds not one. The bottom floor had a broken trundle bed but it was very small for our teenager. After going back to the website and looking again at the two bedroom photos I discovered the deception. The bamboo-wood floor was nice, but unfinished. The floors had no end-caps when transitioning to other rooms and left rough cut edges exposed to bare feet. The screen doors did not meet flush with the corners so 2” gaps allowed insects to fly freely in the house. The indoor paint was chipping in several places. The dust was pervasive, and so were the cobwebs. Above the second floor bedroom is a recessed lighting area that was full of cobwebs and spiders. The shower curtain was stained and discolored with mildew. The refrigerator doors were lined with mold. In a word: disgusting. The website states that “included in your room rate is a full and complete breakfast”. However, we were informed that our breakfast was already in our refrigerator and that we would be cooking our own breakfast. This was a shock. In the refrigerator we found a ¾ full mason jar of premade pancake mix, a jelly jar with about three spoon scoops of jelly at the bottom of the jar, half a stick of better (previously used), overripe fruit, and slices of bread that had been repackaged into ziplock bags. And mold. Our shock quickly turned to disgust.
4,8 sur juillet 31, 2014
Staff was helpful in planning our daily schedule. Everything was equal to or better than advertised on their website.
4,8 sur juillet 04, 2014
It was very relaxing and refreshing, and we would go back again, next time we will get a room with a clear view of the falls, We had a wonderful room, we could hear the falls all the time. We had only a partial view of the falls. Next time we will book one of the rooms with a full view!!!! I would and already have told others they need to stay there.
5 sur juin 15, 2014
What a great find in the middle of a beautiful forest in Hilo. Loved the tranquility of the property and the hiking area to the falls and Bambo gardens. Breakfast with a waterfall view what more could you ask for!
3,6 sur juin 05, 2014
We had our base camp in Kona but wanted a leisurely tour of the volcano and Mauna Kea, so we opted to spend the night "on the Hilo side". It was a great spot, and although our place is Kona was right over the ocean, we realized it was lovely to be out in nature, listening to only frogs and crickets. We wished we would have stayed here more than we did. We stayed in the main house, in a room on the waterfal side and a view of the Hilo airport runway, which was also kinda cool (as a seasoned pilot, I geek out on airplanes and airports). Anyway, the area is lush, you can take a swim in the little waterfal lake, and had great mac nut waffles. Yum!
4,8 sur mai 29, 2014
Best night's sleep in a long time! Great bedding, peaceful, quiet environment, going to bed with the sound of the waterfall in the background. Will be returning there soon!
4,4 sur avril 15, 2014
One of THE most unique and beautiful places you'll ever stay. We took the Pikaki room on the top floor of the building closest to the falls. The view and sound of the 80' falls from our deck was an experience we'll never forget. Take time to walk the beautifully manicured grounds and the path down to the falls passing massive bamboo and colorful flowers. Bring your camera, photo ops are numerous. Be sure to wear clothes that you're ok with getting wet or spotted with an occasional mud splatter, including shoes, as parts can be a bit "damp". In fact, wear slippers that you can take off. Walking barefoot is more Hawaiian style anyway. Be sure to enjoy the wonderful homemade breakfast and Kona coffee served each morning. Choose from macadamia nut waffles (best ever), organic (almost orange yolks), multitude of fruit flavored breads, fresh fruits and juices.The local girl, whose name I can't remember, was so friendly and informative while she cooked our eggs to order. Cross the street and scrounge for some of the many macadamia nuts that have fallen onto the ground from the many acres of macadamia trees (beware of the many Orb spider webs). Pick up the ones that still have the green husk but are cracked open. Peel it off the husk by hand to reveal the hard (super hard), brown shell inside. Take them to the main house and use the cracker to open them to eat the raw nuts inside. You don't need any roasting or flavoring to enjoy it, in fact we now prefer it that way. Although our room seemed very small (no table or bathroom sink space and only a shower stall. We used the waist level closet to place things in and on), it is our only disappointment in any otherwise amazing experience. If you go to Hawaii, you should experience the best of Hawaii and this is one way to do it right.
Hilo, Hawaii (Big) Island, HI (ITO) 10 miles
Itinéraire De l'aéroport de Hilo - Tourner à droite au premier feu de circulation après avoir quitté l'aéroport (autoroute 11). Tournez à gauche au prochain feu de circulation (kamehameha Ave). Continuez à travers le centre-ville à la dernière lumière de la circulation (Wainuenue) et tournez à gauche. Allez un bloc et tourner à droite à la prochaine rue (Keawe). Traversez le pont et tourner à gauche (Ohai). Continuer un bloc à l'arrêt. De ce point, il est de quatre miles à l'auberge. Après l'arrêt de continuer à 1 mile de la prochaine route goudronnée et prendre à gauche (Maikalani). Continuer sur Maikalani 1 mile le signe Kulaniapia. A ce stade, la route monte au milieu de 2000 hectares d'arbres de noix de macadamia. Suivez la signalisation à l'auberge. Il n'y a pas d'éclairage public de l'arrêt à l'auberge (4 miles), si cela est possible, il serait préférable d'arriver pendant les heures de lumière du jour sur votre première visite. De Hamakua (autoroute 19) - Sortie dans Hilo à l'enseigne. Vous serez sur Wainuenue. Allez un bloc à Keawe et tournez à droite. Suivre les indications ci-dessus à l'auberge.
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