Halana Hale is a unique vacation rental property. Various bedrooms to suit your taste. There is a large living room, complete kitchen, family room, covered lanai, hot tub, and dining room. All rooms are located on one floor. We are 4 miles from Volcano Village and 5 miles from Volcanoes National Park. There are two different viewing areas to watch the Volcano and lava flow. The property is on 30 acres and features a large lawn, fruit orchard and a fern rainforest for hiking. If you like to relax in serenity and privacy, Halana is perfect.
3.4 on April 04, 2015
The directions given to find the place were good. Our host was quite helpful in suggesting sites to visit and things to do. She had tips for where to buy food in Volcano. We had a nice stay in a beautiful out-of-the-way place.
4.8 on February 20, 2015
This was our fourth stay at Halana Lodge on our annual visit to the Big Island. We always look forward to staying here and enjoy the spacious house out in the country near Volcano. We made Halana our base for a week while exploring the Eastern side of the island. It was such a great place to come back to each night and relax. Mahi is a superb host! Excellent local and knowledge of the island, she is always willing to share that knowledge so guests have the best experience during their stay. Comfortable, relaxing, quiet oasis, my wife and I will definitely be back next year!
4.6 on February 22, 2014
This is the second year we have stayed here on our annual visit to the Big Island. This year we brought our mothers who are in their 80's. I mention this because they found this special place to be as inviting and comfortable as my wife and I. Mahi is a first rate host and is very informative about the local area, attractions and events. The house is spacious and comfortable, the sleeping rooms as well. We enjoy the quiet 'country' feel of the property and the surroundings, yet it is close by to many of the things we enjoy doing on this part of the Big Island. Next year we are going to extend our stay to several rather than a couple of nights and make the easy drives to points north and south from here, as well as the National Park. We highly recommend this as a quality place to stay, you wont be disappointed!
4.8 on February 11, 2014
Our next visit to the big island will include a week here. It's such an inviting house with spacious rooms and ample common area to relax inside, or out on the big deck. We like the solitude, yet it's so close to Volcano National Park, Hilo and southern beaches. The small village of Volcano has many great places to eat. The hospitality here is top notch and the wealth of local knowledge makes guiding guests to a great vacation experience a certainty! This was our second stay here, it won't be our last, highly, highly recommend!
3.2 on January 10, 2014
The great thing about staying here is meeting people from all over the world! This time we met people from Sweden and Singapore. We traded Christmas traditions and shared places to explore and visit in the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. January happened to be "Volcanoes Awareness Month" with special events at the Visitor Center.
4.4 on August 01, 2013
We visited from the UK in December 2012 (it takes me a long time to get around to reviewing). After an initial misunderstanding over our arrival date, our host couldn't have been more welcoming. The lodge is very peaceful and was a couple of miles out of the National Park. Accommodation was very comfortable, and facilities excellent. An added bonus was the local knowledge and recommendations (dispensed over breakfast) of what places we shouldn't miss on Big Island during our stay: star-gazing from Mauna Kea with experts from the observatories was amazing, and not in our guide books.
4.4 on March 14, 2013
We had a great stay at the Halana Lodge. It is very peaceful and Mahi was eager to share her knowledge of local attractions. Concerns were addressed immediately. We certainly won't hesitate to stay here again.
3.8 on March 10, 2013
Location is peaceful and quiet, and convenient to Hawaii Volcanoes Nat'l Park. Stayed in the Emperor's Master Suite, which has a large bedroom and bath that were very nice. There is a large tub (and separate shower) in the bath, and a wood burning stove in the bedroom. We were so busy site seeing in the area, I wish we had an evening just to enjoy the room. The elevation make this a cool area at night. A bath robe would be nice to have, and bringing a few fire logs from the store would make starting a fire in the wood stove quick and easy. The continental breakfast included tropical fruit, cereal, cinnamon rolls, and juice. I would stay here again.
4.6 on February 09, 2013
My niece from Switzerland and I loved the place. It was exactly what we were looking for, a cozy place in the rain forest away from urban areas and conveniently located near the volcano. It's great for hiking in Volcano National Park and for traveling by car around Big Island and the owner is the best travel guide. Trust her and follow her advice and you'll get to experience Big Island like nobody else. Franz J
4.6 on January 19, 2013
I really love coming to Halana Lodge. I come every chance I get. I recently hosted a weekend seminar here and we had the whole house for a weekend. Everyone enjoyed their stay and said that they would like to come back next year. We had a couple cater the meals which were excellent. So we had lots of time to interact in the seminar. The evenings were relaxing around the fireplaces and the hot tub.
Master Suite w/ King Bed, private fire place, Cable TV, private bath with extra large garden tub, separate shower, double sink, and walk-in closet
King Bed, walk-in closet. Bathroom with shower, is shared with the Lokelani Room.
1 King and 1 Twin bed. Bathroom with shower is shared with the Kilauea room!
1King and 1 Twin bed, private bath with tub/shower combo!
King Bed, window seat sleep space for small child, private bath with shower!
The Kea'au Room is furnished with a Queen bed, two twin beds, a window seat, and private bathroom with a shower. The view from the window seat looks out over the fruit orchard. The padded window seat may be used for additional sleeping for a smaller guest at no charge.
The Mauna Kea Room is furnished with two twin beds and private bathroom with a shower. The view from the window seat looks out over the fruit orchard. The padded window seat may be used for additional sleeping for a smaller guest at no charge.
Countryside, Island, Mountains, Tropical, Village
Hilo, Hawaii (Big) Island, HI (ITO) 27 miles
From Hilo airport, take Highway 11 (Volcano Road) south. you will pass through several small towns;Just past the 26 mile marker are 2 blue signs indicating food, gas & lodging. Turn right onto Wright Road just after the second blue sign. Go 2.6 miles. After the road doglegs 90 degrees left, turn right onto Ama'uma'u Road & drive for 1.4 miles near the end of the road where you see the Halana Lodge sign on your left. Drive up the driveway to the Lodge.
Art Galleries, Beach, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Volcanoes National Park, Orchid Farm, Skate Board Park, Farmers' Market, 18 hole golf course, Casual Dining, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo
Board games, CD player, Ceiling fans, DVD Player, Desk, Fireplace, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Library, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, VCR, Wi-Fi , Hiking trail, Cable TV Emperor's Suite, Full Size Refrigerator, Ironing Board and Iron, Microwave, Cook top, Double Wall Oven, 8 person hot tub
Alarm clock, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Wired internet
Bicycle rental, Bird watching, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Lava viewing at active volcano, Imiloa Astronomy Center, Mauna Kea Observatory, Old Town Hilo, Tsunami Museum, Akaka and Rainbow Falls, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Water sports
, local restaurants, nearby