A Bed and Breakfast
Lobby Aloha Place- Inn of Volcano Breakfast Room
This magnificent house was
built several years ago and features a wood burning stove in the living room
available to all guests. The lobby serves as an art gallery
with numerous original local artists' works and is ideal for relaxing in front
of the fire on cool nights. There is FREE unlimited use of high
speed internet 24/7 where you may check your email or connect with your laptop.
Wi-fi is available in all accommodations for your additional comfort and
privacy. A wonderful lanai wraps around the
side of the house and is equipped with a hammock to capture the afternoon sun at
your leisure. There are only four rooms within this 5000' square foot structure
all with private entrances offering a tremendous amount of privacy. The
ground floor bedrooms are the Aloha
(click here for more details) and the Birds
of Paradise Room
(click here for more details). The upstairs bedrooms are the
(click here for more details) and the
Lei Room (click here for more details). The
breakfast room is located upstairs on the same level as the lobby where you will enjoy your gourmet breakfast served daily from 7am-9am. We ask only two things from our house guests
and that is to please remove your shoes before entering our "hale" (home) and to refrain
from smoking (all accommodations are non-smoking). Although we do have two
cats (Roo Roo and Tigger) they are only permitted in our private quarters.
Add $5.00/night for all rates for Friday/Saturday/Sunday night stays.
Add $10/night for all rates for major holiday night stays.
Add $20/additional guest charge.
Aloha Place- Inn of Volcano and/or Guest House at Pali Uli are your "one stop activity centers" where you can be sure of the finest accommodations and choose from a wide variety of activities. We also offer discount helicopter tours and car rental information. Aloha Place- Inn of Volcano in association with Volcano Ranch offers several horseback riding excursions. Aloha Place- Inn of Volcano can provide information on tours to Mauna Kea Observatory. Check out our Why Visit Volcano for ideas of how to spend your time with us while visiting the area. The Calendar of Events will be helpful information for local island festivals and activities. If you're not sure what to do, where to go, or how to do it, just ask us and we'll be happy to assist!