Volcano Inn Hawai’i Hotel : Hawaii’s Best Volcano Hotel Value Since 1989!
Started in 1989, Volcano Inn is the perfect “Home Base” for your island getaway. We are centrally located to everything you want to see and do. For ideas about how get the most out of your trip, see our Planning Your Visit section. Spend your days adventuring around the island and your evenings relaxing in our saltwater hot tubs, tucked away in the beautiful surrounding rain forest. Located in Volcano Village on Hawaiʻi`s Big Island, Volcano Inn is less than one mile from Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park. We are at a cool 4,000ft (1,220 M) elevation on top of the active Kīlauea Volcano. Nestled in a tropical ʻŌhiʻa and Hāpuʻu fern forest, Volcano Inn is famous for its picturesque beauty and tranquility.
You may notice that we are not your typical hotel – live like a local, for less!
Enjoy the aloha spirit from our welcoming and friendly staff. Don’t take a chance with a airbnb nightmare ruining your vacation to Hawaii, causing unnecessary stress. (We often get guests who are frantically struggling to find a last minute accommodation because of an airbnb fail) Instead, enjoy your relaxing Hawaii vacation and make the most of your time by staying at Volcano Inn.
Volcano Inn Hawaii Hotel can accommodate large traveling groups and tour groups!
We offer group lodging for up to 50 people. We can accommodate wedding parties, family reunions, clubs or any kind of large groups with our array of rooms. We are right off of Highway 11 and centrally located to everything you want to see in the area. In our large common room area, your entire group can enjoy breakfast in a beautiful rain forest setting. There are three different hot tubs spread across our two properties.
Spend your Hawaii Vacation Exploring, NOT driving!
Book a room directly with us for an excellent home base while touring the Big Island of Hawaii. People planning a Hawaii vacation do not realize how much time they will waste driving when booking a hotel in Kona or Waikoloa. We have discount accommodations right where you want to be, for decades now. We have long standing credibility, be sure to stay with the Original Volcano Inn, don’t settle for any substitutes.
Check in: 1:00pm to 9:00pm (self check-in after 9pm)
Check out: 10:00am
Policies: Volcano Inn reserves the right to switch your room reservation to any room of equal or greater value. No smoking, No pets, No on-site laundry facilities (we have maps illustrating nearby shops, laundromats, and restaurants, etc.) There is no daily housekeeping service; in return we discount multi-night stays in most rooms. We will remove trash, refill water, exchange towels, etc upon request. Extended reservations will receive a room cleaning at regular intervals.
Cancellation refunds are provided pursuant to the following: Cancellations more than 45 days before the reservation date will be charged $25 per room reserved. Cancellations 14 to 45 days before the reservation date will be charged for one night at the full rate per room reserved. Cancellations less than 14 days before the reservation date will have no refund. We recommend that you purchase trip insurance to cover unforeseen circumstances. In order to keep our prices low we ask all guest to please mail a check or money order.
Breakfast: Our hostesses begin around 5:30am every morning to bring our guests fresh baked local banana bread. Coffee is ready at around 6:00am, available all day in our common area. From 7:00am until 9:00am we invite you to join us at the main house for papaya boats as well as other seasonal fruits. Our papaya boats begin with a local picked papaya, a squeeze of lemon, filled with a scoop of plain yogurt, then topped with local bananas, crushed pineapple and nuts (please inform of us any allergies and we will do our best to accommodate you). Half and half is provided in the community fridge, other beverages include tea, hot cocoa, and water.
Conservancy Statement: As an “eco-friendly” accommodation, ecology and sustainability is very important to us at Volcano Inn, not to mention we are dependent on the rain-forest for our water. We supplement with solar energy as much as possible and we ask that you please be mindful during your stay in the jungle. You will notice signs asking you to conserve water (this also includes linens/beds if you are in a room with more beds than occupants, as this creates unnecessary laundry) in addition we feature power saving mechanisms in several of our rooms, thank you in advance for contributing to our efforts to conserve resources.