Volcano Village Lodge was created for people who want more out of life than a whirlwind tour of the island. You may stroll through our lush garden trails, brushing against the giant fern leaves, look up at the native ohia trees, and be delighted by the wild and delicate orchids on the trees.
5 on September 05, 2013
My wife and I stayed in the Hale Kilauea suite a few months back. The place is breathtaking. I love the rainforest. The bird calls and the sound of nature were so relaxing. We'll visit again for sure. I've been to Hawaii several times before and never discovered this gem. We also escaped the scorching heat! It's very cool and refreshing there I guess due to the high elevation. If you go don't miss out on the lava tubes and seeing the volcano!
4.0 on September 06, 2011
Although we only had one night, the three of us really loved the unit and the property. A quiet and peaceful location allowing us plenty of time to explore the Volcanoes National Park.
4.8 on June 23, 2011
The Lodge was wonderful. We stayed in the Mauna Kea unit. We felt like we were up in the rain forest canopy a million miles away from everything. Innkeepers were friendly and helpful. Would not hesitate to stay again or to recommend to others.
4.6 on June 03, 2011
10 night stay in the Mauna Loa Suite. Beautifully located, peaceful and relaxing environment. Staff were friendly and accommodating. Would recommend to family and friends.
4.0 on April 17, 2011
We were on honeymoon and were met by Jamie. She was very friendly and made us feel very welcome. The lodges are very private and like nothing we had ever experienced before. We particularly enjoyed the hot tub and were pleasantly surprised by the quality and quantity of the breakfast. We would highly recommend Volcano village lodge to fellow travellers.
4.6 on April 01, 2011
A gorgeous, secluded B&B in the Hawaiian rain forest only minutes away from volcanoes national park. Rooms are in a series of little cabins connected by walkways. Breakfast of fresh tropical fruits, quiche, french toast, and or pancakes is put in your refrigerator each afternoon so that you can eat in privacy and at your leisure the following morning. I would have spent more time here and less on the Kohala Coast had I known how wonderful this place would be.
4.2 on March 15, 2011
As soon as we arrived we were greeted by the nicest kitty ever, Gino. We were happy to find a note greeting us and directing us where to go. The room was spectacular, providing more than we ever expected, including soft robes, slippers, a fireplace, a towel warmer, fresh cream for coffee and incredible views of the rainforest. Breakfasts provided were great, although we did stay only 3 nights and had the same breakfast twice. The only thing that did not please us is we paid $195 per night to stay here and the hot tub was not working the entire time we were there. We were looking forward to using the hot tub and this was a major consideration when booking. The sign on the hot tub read it would be ready to use in 1-2 days. We were there for 3 and it was not working the entire time. We would not hesitate to stay at this bed and breakfast again. We liked the secluded feel of it and really felt pampered. Thank you Kay Lee for creating such a beautiful place to stay.
4.0 on March 05, 2011
The staff were very kind and helpful. The setting magical and peaceful. I would also strongly recommend the Kiawe kitchen in Volcano village, they provided several dinners for us that were at least the equal of any we have had in our many travels.
5 on March 03, 2011
This was our second visit to Volcano Village Lodge. It was perfect in every way and truly a magical place!
3.6 on March 02, 2011
Tucked into a private corner of the rain forest, this lodge with 5-6 rooms embraces the forest with lots of glass and sunlight. Nice private, separate cottages and a well-done "heat on your own" breakfast. Great library of books and movies; internet access but no TV. Excellent stay.
Our largest lodge, accommodates up to four people, with a king-size bed, a double, and a meditation loft. All amenities, including luxury beddings, DVD, CD, telephone, fire place, and much more. Enjoy the stunning architectural details and the surrounding nature through the floor-to-ceiling glass walls and doors. Rates are based on two persons; Each additional guest is charged $25.
Nightly Rate: $375 - $375
Our most intimate lodge room, set amidst the Hawaiian rain forest. Accommodates two in a luxury queen-size bed, cozy breakfast nook, a kitchenette, a fire place, and DVD/CD, telephone, and all comfort amenities. The lodge accommodates two guests.
Nightly Rate: $280 - $280
Beautiful and sacred octagonal lodge set next to the lava rocks and rain forest. Coming in October. The lodge accommodates up to four guests. The rates are based on two guests. Each additional guest is charged $25.
Nightly Rate: $320 - $320
The newest addition to the lodge, Hale Manaluna provides a spacious accommodation with its own jacuzzi tub, private lanai, and is set midst the rain forest. Adjacent to the common library, guests can enjoy the quiet moments with a selection of good books.
Nightly Rate: $320 - $320
Island, Mountains, Small town, Tropical, Village
Hilo, Hawaii (Big) Island, HI (ITO) 26 miles
National/State parks, Nature area, Picnic area, Winery
Bed and Breakfast
Computer, Fax Machine, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Library
Amenities Basket, Bath robes, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Fireplace, Fridge, Private entrance, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Videos, Wi-Fi
Bird watching, Hiking trails, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Sight-seeing