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All reviewstower roombasic hotelsplasher's grillrooms are cleansmall fridgefront desk staffwithin walking distanceceiling fanstayed here for one nightshops and restaurantsolder hotelali'i driveair conditionerclose to the airportper nightconvenient locationthe big island
This hotel grew on me after three days from my first impression. Yes, it is an older hotel with jaded rooms and bathrooms in need of a refresh. I wasn’t crazy about the noisy small AC unit that was constantly trying to keep the room...More
Such a clean and quaint hotel. It has lovely air conditioning, nice soap and a water filter downstairs that you can fill your water bottles with. As far as the price compared to other hotels in the area...it felt like 4 star hotel with care...More
Very happy with this middle class Hotel. Parking is tight all over this area. only $10 for guests to park per night here. It was $9 per hour on Ali'i Drive just down the hill. Free wifi, air conditioning, king sized bed and amenities were...More
This was our second time staying at the hotel. The location is steps away from Ali’i Drive and 95% cheaper than the hotels in Waikoloa. Service from the get go was excellent. Definitely will be back. With its location to the King Kamehameha Hotel, it’s...More
Note - I'm actually a resident of the area, decided to stay there overnight one weekend.
It's one of the older hotels, but the room was clean, seemed well maintained and the price was right.
Check in was easy, and there was a surprising number...More
Response from david_dale | Reviewed this property |
Check with the hotel desk (they are very helpful) - both about the affiliated restaurant next door and nearby places. There are several fast foot joints nearby (McD's, subway) that are likely open but that's probably not... More
Check with the hotel desk (they are very helpful) - both about the affiliated restaurant next door and nearby places. There are several fast foot joints nearby (McD's, subway) that are likely open but that's probably not what you want for arriving in Hawaii on Thanksgiving. Since the hotel is right in downtown Kona most likely something will be open.