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We recently stayed 3 nights at the Chalet Kilauea. Our 2nd floor room was very large, clean, and nicely decorated. The grounds are beautiful. It's located very close to VNP and Volcano Village. One tip for your visit: make dinner reservations in advance! We saw...More
We spent 3 nights with our 3 kids.The rooms are well equipped and tidy. The property is very nice situated and quiet. The rom. Rate is reasonable. In 5 Min by car in the National Park. A very good idea is to have breakfast at...More
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Our main goal was to see the volcano at night, which we did, and this was the best available housing nearby. It had features we didn't use plus a helpful turnaround driveway, a relaxing tub with jets, a wifi connection, and a comfortable bed. A...More
This was our first visit to Hawaii and we were certainly not disappointed in our accomodations at Chalet Kilauea. The property was tranquil and serene. Our room was the the one with the bedroom on the 2nd floor, accessed by a spiral staircase. There were...More
We were directed to the Chalet Kilauea when we showed up at the lodge in the park at the height of the season (February 2016) without a reservation. The room was unique in that the large bedroom was upstairs. Entry to the bedroom was via...More
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I think it depends on which property you end up in, as this listing covers three properties. The Hale Volcano had a really repulsive shared bath- it smelled of pure ammonia. We walked checked out after a look around and... More
I think it depends on which property you end up in, as this listing covers three properties. The Hale Volcano had a really repulsive shared bath- it smelled of pure ammonia. We walked checked out after a look around and booked a clean room somewhere else.