Ala Kai, un bed and breakfast à la mer, est situé entre Kea'au et Pahoa, à 17 miles au sud de l'aéroport de Hilo Big Island. Savourez un petit déjeuner complet, y compris les fruits de l'île et du café Kona. La maison principale dispose de deux chambres avec salle de bains et une véranda enveloppante etayant une vue spectaculaire sur l'océan, le lever du soleil et la baleine saison surveiller. La maison Ohana est une location meublée de vacances de deux chambres avec une cuisine entièrement équipée, une laverie et sa propre véranda. Profitez de vélo, la randonnée à travers la forêt tropicale, la plongée et la natation à la plage de sable noir. Parc national des Volcans est à seulement une heure.
Cette chambre dispose d'un motif de bambou avec un lit queen size et une salle de bain privée avec une grande douche à l'italienne. La chambre dispose de sa propre entrée. La chambre est équipée avec réfrigérateur, télévision et lecteur DVD. accès WiFi est disponible. La réception dispose d'une bibliothèque de DVD, jeux de société, des puzzles et des micro-ondes. Glacières, chaises de plage, équipements de plongée et des serviettes de plage sont disponibles sur demande.
Prix par nuit: $115-$115
Si vous désirez plus d'isolement, le Ohana (chalet) est une location meublée de vacances de 2 chambres avec une cuisine entièrement équipée et sa propre véranda avec une vue sur l'océan. L'établissement propose également un accès Internet, télévision par satellite, lecteur CD, lave-linge et sèche-linge, micro-ondes et barbecue. Les enfants de tous âges sont les bienvenus.
Prix par nuit: $130-$130
5 sur octobre 07, 2012
We have had the most wonderful stay at Ala Kai. With my wife, two kids and my dad we booked the cottage for 6 days in the end of August. With the queens in two bedrooms and a queen hide-a-bed sofa in the living room it really was the only choice we could find for the price where we could all sleep comfortably. The place has a beautiful and tasteful decor. Full kitchen, not only with pots but also with salt and spices. Some books including a very good guide to the island that came in very handy. TV and DVD that we really did not have time for :). A washer and dryer in the garage with all the liquid soaps and what not. There is no air conditioning but we did not suffer from it at all. We were out all day and at nights the temperature was very pleasant so that we slept with open windows. We did not even used the provided fans. At night there is some loud singing outside that we thought was coming from some birds. To our big surprise these appeared to be frogs :). We actually enjoyed falling asleep listening to this singing but for sensitive sleepers the owners thoughtfully placed ear plugs at the night stands. The breakfasts we had there were simply the best! My wife and I had the same thought: "OMG, we are in Heaven!" The breakfast was served at the elevated porch (lanai) at the main house facing the ocean with waves crushing on the cliff, coconut trees and a nice swimming pool. The table was set beautifully, even with napkins in little shell holders. The food was hot and delicious. A set of fresh tropical fruit from the backyard was simply spectacular. And if I had a little bit too much, I could take a nap in the hammock right there and then have some more :). Pat and Tracy were the most friendly and accommodating hosts, interesting to talk to and very helpful recommending places on the island to visit. We will absolutely come back and stay there next time we have a chance.
5 sur août 19, 2012
We recently spent ten days on the Big Island at the Ala Kai Bed and Breakfast for a family celebration. The Ala Kai is at the end of a quiet road overlooking the ocean. We were in the vacation cottage, which is like a mini vacation home. It was well furnished, thoughtfully stocked and very comfortable. The owners, Pat and Mary were very accommodating and friendly. They were responsive to our needs. We never went wrong following their advice on sightseeing, from tidepools, restaurants, farmers' markets, gardens, etc. Beach and snorkeling equipment and a great guide book to plan our days were provided. Breakfasts were plentiful and delicious. It was always a pleasure to come "home" after a day of traveling around the Island and take a dip in the pool or sit on the lanai listening to the waves and feeling the ocean breezes. We highly recommend the Ala Kai B&B.
5 sur juillet 23, 2012
The Ala Kai B&B was wonderful. We wanted to split our time on the Big Island between the Hilo side and the Kona side, but we were also apprehensive about many of the options closer to Hilo. After scouring TripAdvisor, we decided to give the Ala Kai a try, and we could not have been happier with our choice. We stayed in the cabin behind the main house, and it was like having the best features of a B&B and a vacation rental at the same time. Pat and Mary were great hosts --- the breakfasts were very good, and featured incredibly delicious fresh fruit --- and we availed ourselves to the snorkel equipment and excellent advice for where to go swimming. We also loved the location right by the water, which along this part of the island features dramatic lava formations rather than beaches. By the time we left, we were already planning who we could get to come with us for our next visit!
5 sur avril 29, 2012
We stayed at Ala Kai B&B for 3 nights. Mary was our lovely hostess! Her breakfasts were amazing! She would always have a beautiful tray of locally and home grown fruit! Soo good. Our room was quaint and comforable. The setting is beautiful, and peaceful! We enjoyed the nightly concert by the coqui frogs too! We would recommend a stay here to anyone visiting The Big Island! Thank you Mary and Pat!!! Karyn and David from Colorado!
5 sur mars 26, 2012
We had a wonderful stay at the Ala Kai. Everything was clean, breakfasts were varied and included lots of fresh fruit! The value was outstanding. It is located somewhat "rural" and is away from town, but that adds to its beauty. Would recommend it highly!
Volcans, Proche aéroport, A la campagne, Île, A la montagne, Proche océan, Petite ville, Tropical
Hilo, Hawaii (Big) Island, HI (ITO) 17 miles
De la route de l'aéroport, tournez à gauche sur H-11S (Hawaii Belt Road) pendant environ cinq miles. Tournez à gauche sur la route de contournement les Pahoa H-130S pour environ 6 miles. Tournez à gauche sur Paradise Drive. Après 5 miles, il se transforme en paradis Ala Kai. Prendre que pour 1 mile de Ala Kai B & B, qui est la troisième à la dernière maison sur la gauche
Antiquaires , Galeries d'art, Plage, Dîner gastronomique, Sites historiques, Concerts, Cinéma , Musée, Parcs nationaux/régionaux, Zone naturelle, Océan, Observatoire, Théâtre, Zone de pic-nic, Services religieux, Entreprise vinicole, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast
Panier d'agréments, Barbecue grill, Jeux de société, Lecteur CD, Ordinateur, Internet dans la chambre, Fax, Internet, Entrée indépendante, Radio, Téléphone, Magnétoscope, Films, Machine à laver/sèche-linge , Plongée en apnée
Climatisation, Réveil, Ventilateurs de plafond, Cafetière/Bouilloire, Lecteur DVD, Réfrigérateur , Sèche-cheveux, Planche à repasser, Bibliothèque, Micro-ondes, Réception chaînes satellite, TV, Wi-Fi
Location de vélos, Pistes cyclables, Vélos, Observation d'oiseau, Base nautique, Pêche, Golf, Sentiers de randonnée , Promenade à cheval, Observation des baleines, Shopping, Excursion, Natation, Piscine
Mary Roblee and Pat Fay
2 Chats , 2 oiseaux d'amour Autres
Livres, films, marche, natation, plongée, les voyages, la cuisine et le jardinage.
Equilibré , Régime particulier , Végétarien
Banana stuffed french toast
Hawaiian sweet bread stuffed with bananas and macadamia nuts served with home-made guava or maple syrup.
Book 7 nights and the 7th night is free.