Top 10 Reasons To Stay at Volcano Inn Hawaii Hotel

Number 10: Pay the lowest price in Volcano Village

Hands down Volcano Inn offers the lowest accommodation price in the Volcano Village. The B&B rooms start at $99/night. All of the rooms have a nice tree-house feel with awesome garden views of the surrounding rainforest. The most popular Corner Window rooms start at $149/night. There’re also family style rooms to accommodate large groups up to a party of 8 in one suite. See rooms.

B&B Room

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Deluxe Suites

Number 9: The Longer You Stay, The Less You Pay

Multiple night discounts. The longer you stay, the less you pay! Volcano Inn offers a discount for multiple night stays for all rooms. You can even save up to 40% per night when booking for a week stay or longer!


Number 8: No Additional Fees When You Book Direct

If you book direct, you will not be charged with additional fees, as you might get them when booking online through a re-seller site. Volcano Inn strives to keep the cleanliness level high while keeping prices affordable.

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Explore The Beautiful Property

(Guest Tip: If you book online through a re-seller site, the total cost could be about 20% higher than booking directly)


Number 7: Rainforest Gardens

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to live in a rainforest resort? Volcano Inn is surrounded by the lush and serene Hawaiian rainforest with beautiful red and pink Anthurium plants. Wake up with the freshest air produced by the rainforest ecosystem. Step outside and take a stroll through the rainforest garden. Remember to snap the cutest picture in the garden.


Number 6: Free Island Style Breakfast

Free breakfast includes fresh baked banana bread and papaya bowls with yogurt & fruit. The hostess gets up at 5:30 every morning to prepare this fresh Island style breakfast for the guests. We invite you to check out our post: Free breakfast for Volcano Inn guests, local & fresh!

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Number 5: Access To Hot Tubs Nestled In The Rainforest

What is a better way to unwind after a long day of sightseeing and hiking than relaxing in a hot tub. All Volcano Inn guests have free access to the 24-hour hot tubs. The hot tubs are surrounded by the native endemic Hawaiian rainforest plants such as Ohia and Hapuu. Your room will come with robes for your convenience. The hot tub is cleaned everyday so know with peace of mind that you will soak yourself in clean & clear hot water.


Number 4: Enjoy the serene Hawaiian rainforest from lanai

The lush rainforest that surrounds all of the rooms gives you the feeling of a calm escape into nature. Grab a cup of coffee and island style breakfast in the morning. Look out into the quiet beauty of the serene Hawaiian rainforest through the big floor to ceiling windows surrounding the lanai area. Check out the gallery to see more pictures of the lanai area.

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Number 3: Location

Volcano Inn is located less than 5 minutes to the Kilauea summit. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is the #1 most visited park in Hawaii. According to NPS stats, it had over 1.8 million visitors in 2016! Volcano Inn is located 2 minutes to the entrance of Volcanoes National Park. That makes exploring the park very convenient to access, rather than wasting valuable hours of your time driving back and forth from Kona.

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Number 2: Location


Volcano Inn is the perfect “Home Base” for your island getaway. The map above is the Big Island Hawaii Map with Top 33 things to do on the Big Island. Volcano Inn is situated in the perfect area for you to visit the top 3 attractions. It’s centrally located to everything you want to see and do, including Akaka Falls, Rainbow falls, Punalu’u black sand beach, Green sand beach, Kalapana night market, Volcanoes National Park and so much more.

We invite you to read: 4 Day Trips You Can Make While Staying At Volcano Inn

Number 1: Location


Avoid The Common Mistakes:

On the map above, you could see where the Kona Airport & Hilo Airport are. A lot of people plan their Big Island trip by stay in Kona for the entire time. However, most people don’t realize that most of the tourist destinations on the Big Island are on the east side of the island and quickly get irritated with all the hours wasted driving in the car. Making travel plans to a brand new place can be stressful, confusing and overwhelming. Use the Top 33 things to do on the Big Island to help you identify where the attractions are and book your accommodations accordingly.

Frequent Comments By Guests:

1. Why did we fall for the one/two-week package in Kona when everything we wanted to do was a 5-hour drive to the other side of the Big Island?

2. We’re so glad you could accommodate us last minute, we didn’t want to drive all the way back to Kona again.

3. We are double paying to stay in Volcano while we still have our condo/hotel package in Kona, but we wish we would’ve stayed here for the week instead!

4. We wish we had stayed more than one night at  Volcano Inn. It was fantastic!

5. We walked into the hotel in the Volcanoes National Park and were put off by the high prices. We found Volcano Inn a few minutes away at less than half the price and were pleased.

6. The hotel in the Volcano park had no hot tubs.


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Final Tips for traveling around the Big Island:

We recommend you rent a car to make the most of your Big Island Hawaii vacation. If you do not want to stress out about renting a car and driving, we do have Lyft and Uber on the island and they have been operating on Big Island since March 2017.

First Time Users of Lyft & Uber

For first time users just download the app and you could use this promo code to get free ride credits:

  • Lyft promo code – VOLCANOLYFT
  • Uber promo code – LYALLB52UE

Tip: be sure to take your first ride within 14 days of entering the promo code


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